Tell Me About the Holy Spirit

How to be filled with love, joy, peace and power, and extend the Kingdom of God.

Christian - Non-Fiction
116 Pages
Reviewed on 12/21/2021
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Reviewed by Divine Zape for Readers' Favorite

Tell Me About the Holy Spirit: How to Be Filled with Love, Joy, Peace and Power, and Extend the Kingdom of God by Arnold V. Page is a spiritual gift that shows readers the work of the Holy Spirit. In this book, the author explores the work of the Holy Spirit, the Gift of Jesus, starting with the experience on the morning of Pentecost with the disciples and sharing lessons about the way the Holy Spirit works in us to help us live up to the mission Jesus entrusted to His followers.

In Tell Me About the Holy Spirit, Arnold V Page weaves together Bible teaching and his own personal experience and intimate relationship with the Holy Spirit, and illustrates how the Spirit leads us to Christ, restores our life, enables us to witness to Jesus’ love and compassion, and overcome evil. The author teaches readers how to receive the Holy Spirit and, with relevant biblical references, he discusses the fruits of the Holy Spirit. This is one of the most comprehensive, intelligently composed, and solid books I have read on the Holy Spirit. Arnold V. Page writes in prose that flows gracefully and in a conversational style that is engaging and brings clarity to the different themes discussed. The basic message of this book is that the Holy Spirit transforms us, filling our lives with gifts that allow us to become living witnesses to Christ. In this book, every sentence rings with truth, every enunciation sustained by a relevant scripture passage. Tell Me About the Holy Spirit shows a path that is accessible to everyone, driving home to readers the certainty that they can receive the Holy Spirit and allow him (or Him) to work powerfully in their lives.

Edith Wairimu

Tell Me About the Holy Spirit: How to be filled with love, joy, peace, and power, and extend the Kingdom of God by Arnold V Page is an enlightening Christian work that searches through biblical scriptures to expound on who the Holy Spirit is and what His role is. The work begins by examining the first time when the Holy Spirit fell on the disciples as they waited for Him in Jerusalem. Through multiple examples, Page explains that the Holy Spirit’s intervention caused the disciples to be successful in spreading the Gospel. In the first chapter, the work explains the role of the Holy Spirit in leading people to Christ and the three main ways He uses to convince people that they need Christ.

Tell Me About the Holy Spirit’s other chapters explain other important aspects that relate to the topic, including the promise of the Holy Spirit and how to receive Him, how the Holy Spirit helps us obey God’s laws, and how He transforms us and helps us produce spiritual fruit that draws other people to Christ. The book answers important questions about the Holy Spirit that include questions about speaking in tongues and how one can be filled with the Holy Spirit. It also addresses common arguments that oppose the workings and gifts of the Holy Spirit in modern times. It includes Page's experiences that help in explaining the topics. Tell Me About the Holy Spirit by Arnold V Page is a thorough and succinct work. It is an invaluable resource for anyone who wants to learn more and develop a closer relationship with the Holy Spirit.

Jamie Michele

Tell Me About the Holy Spirit: How to be filled with love, joy, peace and power, and extend the Kingdom of God by Arnold V Page is an inspirational theological resource intent on bridging the gap between the desire to fulfill the command in Ephesians and truly surrendering to inhale spiritually. The book begins with Page's brief testimony of his own true-life experiences, and then progresses by section, broken down into eleven distinct and wholly immersive chapters. The entirety of the text is firmly rooted in scripture, which is presented in context and in an approachable and comfortable narrative that is among the most comprehensive that I've come across.

Tell Me About the Holy Spirit is more than just a source for motivation. What Arnold V Page has written is what I can only really describe as an instruction manual. It is a road map to aid waylaid readers in the direction of God's fullness through faith; not because we deserve it, but because it has been promised to us. I admit that speaking in tongues has been more of a source of intrigue to me than something I wholeheartedly desired, but chapter four shifted this outlook. With the comfort of a friend having a conversation, Page details his experience in a compelling way. What joy it brings to read of those touched beyond his own household, and that such incidents have not been isolated to a single experience. I nearly cried as the physical feeling is described; an emotional response to a gorgeous experience. I feel blessed to have had this book fall into my lap, an event that was not coincidental.