There is more confusion and imbalance about the 3rd person of the Godhead than there is about the Father & the Son. The work, function and role of the Spirit has been taken to extremes on BOTH sides of Charismatic and non-Charismatic denominations.
Some Christians ignore the work of the Holy Spirit in their lives for fear of being perceived as "Charismatic". Others involve the Holy Spirit in every facet of their lives; even in areas where the Holy Spirit ISN'T involved in biblically.
What is the role of the Holy Spirit within the Godhead? Should He receive recognition as being God just like the Father and the Son among Christians? Does the Bible CLEARLY teach that Christians can/should pray to the Holy Spirit and can worship Him as we're commanded to worship the Father and the Son? If Christians don't worship the Holy Spirit, but STILL recognize and acknowledge Him as God, does that make the Holy Spirit any less God?
Christians are commanded to "be ready in season and out of season". This includes how, when and wherever the situation arises, we must give a biblical response to those who inquire about issues of the Christian faith.
From Kirk Franklin's vagueness regarding homosexuality to the recent 106 and Park interview with Lecrae, Christians seem to allow the fear of man and the displeasure of their actions to determine how to respond to a watching and listening world. How SHOULD we as Christians respond? Even regarding controversial subjects as abortion, homosexuality and other forms of sin?
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