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The Office and Work of the Holy Spirit Grace and Truth Books
  • ISBN: 978-1599253558
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Page Count: 292
  • Publisher: Solid Ground Christian Books

The Office and Work of the Holy Spirit (James Buchanan)

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“James Buchanan belonged to the bright galaxy of theologians who graced the early days of the Free Church of Scotland. His brilliant and uniquely conceived treatment of the Holy Spirit expounds his Ministry first biblically and theologically, then in a series of biographical studies, and finally systematically in the life of the Christian. Buchanan superbly combines the reliable with the readable, the doctrinal with the practical, the theological with the devotional. The Office and Work of the Holy Spirit is a classic work on the Holy Spirit and a master class in theology.”
— Sinclair Ferguson, Professor, Westminster Theological Seminary

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The Office and Work of the Holy Spirit

“James Buchanan belonged to the bright galaxy of theologians who graced the early days of the Free Church of Scotland. His brilliant and uniquely conceived treatment of the Holy Spirit expounds his ministry first biblically and theologically, then in a series of biographical studies, and finally systematically in the life of the Christian. Buchanan superbly combines the reliable with the readable, the doctrinal with the practical, the theological with the devotional. The Office and Work of the Holy Spirit is a classic work on the Holy Spirit and a master class in theology.”
— Sinclair Ferguson, Professor, Westminster Theological Seminary

“James Buchanan was a pastor-theologian whose preaching and writing were precious gifts of Christ to the church. His classic book on the Holy Spirit is especially full in its treatment of the conversion of sinners, considered both in its doctrinal aspects and in several cases of conversion reported in the Scriptures. His writing exemplifies the biblical, doctrinal, experiential, and practical quality of the Reformed tradition. Highly recommended.”
— Dr. Joel R. Beeke, President, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan

“We find in Dr. James Buchanan’s The Office and Work of the Holy Spirit and in Dr. George Smeaton’s The Doctrine of the Holy Spirit, two treatises covering the whole ground; the one in a more practical, the other in a more didactic spirit; and both in a manner worthy of the best traditions of our Puritan fathers.”
— B.B. Warfield

Part 1:  The Spirit’s Work in the Conversion of Sinners

1. The Necessity of a Great Spiritual Change
2. A General View of the Spirit’s Agency, with reference both to the World and the Church
3. A General View of the Process of Conversion by which Individuals are translated from the World into the Church
4. The Work of the Spirit in Enlightening the Mind
5. The Work of the Spirit in Convincing the Conscience
(An Address to Convinced Sinners)
6. The Work of the Spirit in Renewing the Heart
7. The Result of the Spirit’s Work
8. The Regeneration of Infants

Part 2: Illustrative Cases of Conversion from Scripture

1. The Philippian Jailer, Acts 16:19-34
2. The Dying Malefactor, Luke 23:32-43
3. Paul, Acts 9:1-22
4. The Ethiopian Treasurer, Acts 8:26-40
5. Cornelius, Acts 10
6. Lydia, Acts 16:13-15
7. Timothy, 2 Tim. 3:14, 15
8. Conversions at Pentecost, Acts 2
9. Revivals, Acts 2:17, 18

Part 3: The Spirit’s Work in the Edification of His People After Their Conversion

1. The Spirit’s Work as the Spirit of Holiness
2. The Spirit’s Work as the Spirit of Adoption
3. The Spirit’s Work as the Spirit of Prayer
4. The Spirit’s Work as the Comforter

Buchanan concludes this masterpiece with:

“And now, on a calm and comprehensive review of all that has been said concerning the Work of the Holy Spirit, both in the Conversion of Sinners, and in the Edification of His People, how appropriate to the case of every reader, whatever may be his character, are the prayers of David;–‘Create in me a clean heart, O God; and renew a right spirit within me. Cast me not away from thy presence; and take not thy Holy Spirit from me. Restore unto me the joy of thy salvation; and uphold me by thy free Spirit.’ — ‘Teach me to do thy will; for thou art my God: thy Spirit is good; lead me into the land of uprightness.”

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