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‘Outpouring Of Holy Spirit’ Coincides With Key Change

Yup.

Source: The Babylon Bee: ‘Outpouring Of Holy Spirit’ Coincides With Key Change

Michael Riley

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Student of theology, apologetics, and Christian affections. Pastor of Calvary Baptist Church, Wakefield, Michigan.

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One Response to ‘Outpouring Of Holy Spirit’ Coincides With Key Change

  1. Back when I was in high school, I played a synthesizer as part of the worship team at a Pentecostal church. The Pastor came to me one time and tried to encourage me by saying, “I really appreciate you playing the keyboard. It just adds so much and the Holy Spirit’s really been moving.”

    I couldn’t figure out why those two things deserved to be in the same sentence. Was the Holy Spirit dependent on me playing the keyboard? It was the beginning of me paying attention to the psychological effect of music in worship.

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