Marshall Brown - June 16, 2024

Designed to Be Spirit-Filled

The book of Acts provides depictions of some of the events that took place at the start of the church after Jesus' ascension into heaven, including amazing miracles, challenging sermons, and people coming together as a community. All these stories help to provide a blueprint of how God wants His church to function. But one key aspect of God's plan for His church that we often overlook is the presence and power of the Holy Spirit. So how does the Spirit fit into the church's framework? And how do I connect with and allow myself to become filled with the Spirit in my own life?

Scripture References: 1 Corinthians 12:4, Romans 8:27, Galatians 5:25, Galatians 5:16, John 16:13, Acts 2:4

From Series: "Blueprint: The Framework for a Healthy Church"

Just like the blueprints that builders and engineers use to get a clearer picture of what it is that’s being built, get a better understanding of certain features of the structure or machine, and get a clearer focus on goals that need to be accomplished, scripture also shows us a picture of God’s design for the church. This summer at Flagstone, we’re taking a closer look at God’s blueprint for His church as we walk through the first eight chapters of the book of Acts, and we want you to join us on the journey!

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