Loosing the Spirit? Does that imply that He has been caged? Or that His power has somehow been curtailed? But He’s the Third Person in the Trinity. He’s God. He cannot be constrained. Who could possibly constrain the omnipotent God of the Bible?


In A Way of Escape, readers learn how to let loose their inner-working Holy Spirit power (Ephesians 3:20). Readers learn how to overcome the flesh by stepping up the degree to which they “walk in the Spirit” (Galatians 5:16). They learn how to build a library of Spirit-anointed, flesh-diffusing apps. Apps that are uniquely fitted to them, and their unique Spirit-filling triggers.

I say then: Walk in the Spirit, and you shall not fulfill the lust of the flesh (Galatians 5:16).

The let-loose Spirit gives the still-struggling another option. The let-loose Spirit offers the still-struggling fresh hope for discovering that long-sought-after way of escape from sin and temptation (I Corinthians 10:13). A way that—because it is wholly Spirit-powered—does not require enlisting the aid of an accountability partner or group. Truly, a game-changer!


Have you figured out my little blog-opening riddle? Have you figured out who it is that could possibly constrain the omnipotent God of the Bible? If so, then today’s blog has been a huge success!

(for more clues to the identity of the person who could constrain the omnipotent God of the Bible, see the full blog at www.wileygrafbooks.com/news/loosing-the-spirit-v2)