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2:17). No wonder we've gotten into such a mess! The "soul," called psyche in Greek, is the psychological part of us—composed of our intellect, our will, and our emotions. This part of us is wonderful, when it is under the control of God through the Spirit, but when it is out of control it does terrible things. This is why human history is the record of hate, bloodshed, cruelty, and confusion; human beings are dead spiritually —"dead in trespasses and sins" (Eph. 2:1 KJV) and trying to live soulishly while being out of touch with God and therefore lost (Luke 19:10).
They must have expected it to be a wonderful experience from the way John spoke about it, and that this experience would be just as clear and positive as their baptism with water had been. They were probably expecting it to happen at any time, but instead, as they followed Jesus, He did miracles, and healed the sick, was crucified, and resurrected from the dead, but still no one was baptized with the Holy Spirit! After Jesus had died and risen from the dead, He appeared to His disciples the very evening after His resurrection, and conferred on them the new life in the Spirit which we talked about in the first chapter (John 20:22).
2:1 KJV) and trying to live soulishly while being out of touch with God and therefore lost (Luke 19:10). "Lost" means we don't know who we are, or where we are going, or what we are for. " The great and desperate need, then, is to come alive, to get back in touch with God; and this is exactly what Jesus Christ is offering us. Through Jesus, and through Jesus alone—there is no other way—God's life can come and bring us alive (John 10:10). However, the evil, which we committed while we were lost and out of touch with God, created a wall of sin and guilt which would keep us from receiving this new life (Isa.