The Holy Spirit F.A.Q.

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When is the Holy Spirit first mentioned in the Bible?
What divine attributes of the Holy Spirit are shown in Matthew 12:31-32, Romans 15:30, and Ephesians 4:30?
Explain the Baptism in the Holy Spirit, what it is and is not, and what about praying in tongues? Is this for today? Is it the initial sign of receiving? What do I need to do to receive?
I am wanting to know how Matthew 21:12 when Jesus came into the temple he fought, healed, and cleansed the temple, how does that affect our temple when Jesus comes in.
Must one receive the Baptism of the Holy Spirit to be used in the Gifts of the Holy Spirit?
In Acts 16:6 it says that the Holy Spirit has his own will and makes his own decisions. How is that?
I would like to know what is the unpardonable sin against the Holy Spirit and can you ever be forgiven from committing this transgression?
Can blasphemy of the Holy Spirit take place today?
What is the unpardonable sin?
How do you really know when the Holy Spirit is living and working in you?
Why isn't the Holy Ghost called Lord?
I am worried I have blasphemed the Holy Spirit.
Where will the Holy Spirit be after the rapture?
Who said the Holy Spirit was a "He" (not "she")?
Do you need to be Baptized in the Holy Spirit to be saved and go to Heaven?
What is the difference between speaking in tongues and a prayer language?
Is it true that when you are baptized in the Holy Spirit with evidence of speaking in tongues, you prayer in a heavenly language that satan does not know?
In the Old Testament, the Spirit of God left King Saul because of his disobedience to God. In the New Testament, will the Holy Spirit ever leave a born again Christian, and if so, under what circumstance(s)?
Having been baptised newly in the Holy Spirit, have started speaking in tongues but its like the barest of "baby talk" will I ever progress further and how do I do so. Can the speaking of tongues die out in a person without constant use?
Conviction - I don't feel like the Holy Spirit convicts me of my sins.

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