Professor of New Testament
Florida Christian College
The instrument of Jesus spirituality was not the miracles, exorcisms and healings he performed (which were a part of his unique role as Israels Messiah) but rather the routine practices of faith (disciplines) that permeated his daily life and gave rise to his growth (Luke 2:40,52; Heb 5:8) in the Spirit. This article examines the disciplines Jesus practiced and seeks to determine whether they fostered the power of the Spirit in his everyday, human existence.
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