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39) According to Gordon, the Holy Spirit was "Christ's other Self," "the invisible image of Christ" who indwelled each believer with an enduement of power for service and witness through the experience known as the baptism of the Spirit.
Pentecostals tend to connect the idea of the baptism of the Spirit with spiritual gifts, that is, speaking in tongues or healing.
of what may be happening in the baptism of the Spirit and provide
Fabbri considers that the baptism of the Spirit has no real effect on the flesh of Jesus, for because that flesh was already united with the Word, Jesus Christ was already in full possession of "the divine life.