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Anne's answer covered the reason WHY the Holy Spirit is full Deity in accordance with the Trinitarian doctrine, thus showing that the Holy Spirit is worthy of worship. But I think the answer doesn't yet address the main concern the OP was asking which is about praying TO and conversing WITH the Holy Spirit. So my answer is focusing on the common practice ...


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Reformed theology maintains the full deity and personality of the Holy Spirit, so that there is no inferiority attached to the Holy Spirit that would result in the kind of subordination that the ‘Reformed House Church’ you mention makes in its statement of faith. What they claim seems to be but one step removed from ancient movements such as the ...


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I do not know who it was that organized your house group, but the churches that call themselves "Reformed" hold to the same doctrine of the Trinity that virtually all other Christians do. In this doctrine the Holy Spirit is one person of the Trinity, fully God and fully equal with the other persons, making it perfectly OK to pray to and worship him. There ...


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In the Gospel of John, we see the 'Godhead' repeatedly displayed. As a disclaimer, I would say first that trying to use a single verse to explain God is both incomplete and dangerous in that it can cause a person to be on a slippery slope--humanizing God. With that said, John 1 v.1 identifies Jesus as the Word, that He was with God in the beginning, and ...


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