Immersion in the Spirit (Study Version)

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Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John all emphasize the fact that Jesus is the Baptizer in the Holy Spirit. But what does it mean to be baptized in the Spirit? And how can we receive this baptism? Discover the answer to these questions and more in this foundational study by Derek Prince.

Points Derek explains are:

  • Jesus is the Baptizer in the Holy Spirit
  • The baptism is both a seal and a down payment
  • Fruit or gift-which is it, and why?
  • How the Holy Spirit comes
  • Why the Holy Spirit was given.

Derek finishes the teaching by presenting the seven requirements for receiving the baptism in the Holy Spirit. 

This book is part of a series of 10 messages by Derek Prince, based on the doctrinal foundation of the Christian Life described in Hebrews 6:1-2. Each study can serve as a stand-alone study, but you will experience an even greater blessing when you decide to do all ten studies. 

Each study contains the transcript of Derek’s talk, Bible verses for memorisation, questions for personal applications and questions that can be discussed in a group setting. 
When this teaching is applied in your life, with faith, it will deepen your relationship with God and enable you to live a truly successful Christian life.

Discover the vital, foundational doctrines of the Christian life:
1. Founded on the Rock
2. Authority and Power of God’s Word
3. Through Repentance to Faith
4. Faith and Works
5. The Doctrine of Baptisms
6. Immersion in the Spirit
7. Transmitting God’s Power
8. At the End of Time
9. Resurrection of the Body
10. Final Judgment

  • Each book contains a QR-code that links you to a talk by Derek Prince, but upon request, we are happy to send you a free DVD with every book you order.
  • Books are £3.99 each, but when you purchase the whole series of ten books, or ten copies of a single title, you pay only £29.90 for the set of 10 books.

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