Concerning interpretation of Scripture, there’s something referred to as “the law of first mention.” Always pay attention to first mentions because they establish something very important about a particular topic. The first time the Holy Spirit is ever mentioned in the Bible is in Genesis 1:1 and 2. In this very first reference, He is found moving. This is important because from these verses to the end of the Bible — from Genesis to Revelation — the Holy Spirit moving! In fact, throughout Scripture, you never find the Holy Spirit silent or inactive. That’s why the book of Acts is called the book of ACTS. It’s actually “the acts of the Holy Spirit.” When the Holy Spirit moves, divine power is released and phenomenal things take place. Tune in to tonight’s Home Group for more on this exciting subject!