In Pharaoh's house there were frogs in the bedrooms, on the seats, in the food. Yet when God let him decide when the curse of frogs should be removed, he said, "Tomorrow". It seems foolish that he asked for one more night with the frogs but in reality many of us are doing the same thing.
Can I be sure that I am saved? What if there is some sin in my life I forgot about that will keep me out of heaven? The Bible teaches that the Christian can know his standing before God. There are answers to those questions.
Who is the Holy Spirit? Many regard Him as merely an impersonal force—a sort of divine influence emanating from God. In truth He is a distinct person in the God-head, with a special work and personality.
Can you picture Jesus Christ on the cross? The pain, the blood, the agony. And yet no words of hate or pleas for release came from His lips. In His darkest hours He spoke seven times, and the words were words of love.
When the Holy Spirit quietly moves in the heart of a repentant sinner and changes him into a son of God we call it the new birth. It is a marvelous work of grace that humanly cannot be explained but that must take place if you want to reach Heaven.