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Contents Preface to the Second Edition Introduction Basic Principles of Approach 1 The Promise of the Spirit The Promise of a Distinctive Blessing The Promise of a Universal Blessing The Day of Pentecost The Samaritan Believers The Ephesian Disciples The Language of Baptism 1 Corinthians 12:13 Conclusion 2 The Fullness of the Spirit The Difference Between "Baptism" and "Fullness" Continuous Appropriation Marks of the Spirit's Fullness The Command to Be Filled The Average Christian Special Experiences An Exhortation 3 The Fruit of the Spirit Supernatural Origin Natural Growth Gradual Maturity Application 4 The Gifts of the Spirit The Nature of Spiritual Gifts How Many Different Gifts Are There? The Relation Between Spiritual Gifts and Natural Talents Are All Spiritual Gifts Miraculous Gifts? Are All the Spiritual Gifts of the Bible Given Today? The Word Charismatic The Extent of Spiritual Gifts: To Whom Are They Given? The Source of Spiritual Gifts: Where Do They Come from? The Purpose of Spiritual Gifts: What Are They Given for? Conclusion
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