The Holy Spirit was poured out at the Exousia for equipping leaders at the Community of the Cross.

One of the results of this “pouring out” was a new worship song given to the worship leader, Jonathan Reuel.

Also at this Exousia, Debbie and Allen Kemp brought some anointed teaching on the Father’s Love in addition to all the teaching on cooperating with the Holy Spirit.

This new song given to Jonathan is wonderful.

The new song, Let Your Love Pour Out, was truly inspired by the Holy Spirit. Listen to it HERE.

In the photo to the left, Jonathan, a gifted worship leader, is praying with Ann Gibert, a United Methodist Pastor, at the Prayer Porch at the Community of the Cross during the Exousia/Arise equipping event.

We have often reported on outpourings of the Holy Spirit.

But what does this really mean? And what happens when the Spirit is poured out?

In the book of Acts, this is the way Luke describes what happened at Pentecost:

Acts 2:33 “So then, exalted to the right hand of God, and having received the promise of the Holy Spirit from the Father, he has poured out what you both see and hear.”

By the way, the term “So when the Holy Spirit is poured out” is also used in Acts 2:17 and Acts 10:45.  

This means that He is doing His outward work of empowerment and there will be manifestations.  

These manifestations can be any of the gifts of the Holy Spirit listed in 1 Corinthians 12 and 13 but could also be other signs of the power and presence of the Holy Spirit, one of which is giving new songs giving glory to Jesus Christ.  

It is incredibly exciting and entirely by the grace of God that the Spirit is consistently being poured out at PRMI’s events.

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