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The Holy Spirit’s Workshop is not a denomination or a new movement. It is a fellowship where all believers are invited to become disciples of Jesus through the baptism of the Holy Spirit, and from the disciples the Holy Spirit chooses His elect.  All disciples of Jesus are to obey the Father’s one and only command to the disciples: “Listen to Him!” Whereby we uphold that once we have drunk the blood and eaten the flesh of Jesus, and continue to do so in acknowledgment of His covenant, we are cut off from the laws of the old covenant.  We are no longer under it as it has been superceded by the Law of Jesus under the New Covenant, but we uphold the Levitical Law for those who are still under the old covenant. Therefore, we practise all the words of Jesus with the power of the Holy Spirit, under the supervision of the Holy Spirit, beginning with continuous repentance and forgiveness of sins in abidance with the New Covenant for the Forgiveness of Sins.

It is a workshop because what needs repair is the body of Christ.  It is repaired and revitalised when believers become disciples and speak in new tongues, demons are driven out, the sick are healed, the blind see, the lame walk, the lepers are cured, the deaf hear, the dead are raised and the Good News of the Kingdom of God is preached to the poor – just as Jesus did and told us we would do, and even greater things.

The primary goal of a Holy Spirit’s Workshop is to practise all the words of Jesus and to testify with the Holy Spirit as proof of Jesus’ righteousness that He is the Way, the Truth and the Life, in order to prepare and remain alive to greet Jesus upon His arrival on Earth to reign with Him for a thousand years. For He is coming soon!

Our Doctrine:

  1. Listen to Jesus to obey the Father;
  2. Practise Jesus’ words to honour Jesus;
  3. Empowered as Jesus is to give the Holy Spirit rest;
  4. To bring Jesus back for God’s glory;
  5. To raise up worshippers who worship God the Father in spirit and in truth.

N.B.  For the record, when a sick person is receiving treatment from a doctor, he should always continue that treatment until it is no longer deemed needed or available by the doctor.