The Old Testament Passages Of The Day Of Pentecost

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On the Day OF Pentecost the disciples were all with one accord at one place (Jerusalem), waiting for the promise of the coming of the Holy Spirit.
The Day of Pentecost was the day that the Jews celebrated The Feast Of Pentecost typifying the point out of the Holy Spirit, was fifty days after the Feast of Firstfruits which gave facts of the resurrection of Christ. (Historical Context) As they sat waiting I believe they might have been discussing Old Testament Passages that described the feast of Pentecost. Scriptures like Lev. 23: 15-16 or maybe they were saying Psalm 133, “Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity” (The Old Testament). We will explore Acts 2:1-47 to really see through Luke’s eyes how every
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To this idea belongs a literary forms of which many concepts or represented in Luke 24: 49-53 and Acts 1: 9-12. The departing figures testament the earth bound scenario, the transporting cloud and the interpreting angels. This passage sounds direct echoes of the accounts of Elijah’s ascension in 2King 2: 9-13 and together with the third Gospel passages showing Elijah parallels, may attest Luke’s depth to Christians circles that celebrated Jesus’ earthly ministry as the climax Israel’s colorful tradition of charismatic prophecy. Other possible facts of the ascensions tradition history includes Eph. 4: 8-10; 1 Tim 3:16; John 2: 17. The visibility and historicity of …show more content…
Pentecost was first through off as fifty days. And the originally yearly Jewish celebration of harvest also called the feast of weeks and the feast of harvest. And it’s so interesting that on the first Pentecost after Christ’s resurrection, the Holy Spirit came upon believers (Acts 2:1-10), Student Bible Dictionary). Scripture and

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