Pentecost

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  • Analysis Of Greeting And Luke's Letter To Theophius

    Subsequently, through prayer and through casting lots, they chose Matthias as the 12th Apostle. Title: Through Prayer and Lots, Matthias Became the Next Apostle  Title: Prayer and Relying on Casting Lots Led to the Appointment of Matthias Who Will Encounter the Holy Spirit.  2:1–4 On the day of Pentecost, they were all together the Holy Spirit filled them and they began to speak in different languages. Title: On Pentecost, when They Altogether, the Holy Spirit Fell on Them  The Spirit Came; Thus, the Promise of the Holy Spirit was Fulfilled  2:5–13 The Jewish audience saw this event as of which caused them to be perplexed. Title: Tongues of the Holy Spirit perplexed the Jewish Audience  Title: The Event of the Holy Spirit Falling on Pentecost was a New Event  2:14–21 Peter addresses the audiences regarding what they were seeing. Title: Peter Addresses the Audience in a Speech that References Joel  Title: The Outpouring of the Holy Spirit is Biblical  2:22–28 Peter continues his speech by teaching Christology. Title: Peter Adds to His Speech by Referencing Historical Records and Davidic Verses Concerning Jesus  Title: Jesus is Biblical and the Holy Spirit in Connected with Jesus…

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  • Graduation Speech: The Spirit Fun Activities

    I know what many of us are thinking, we are happy summer has finally arrived. Warmer weather, no rain (hopefully it all came in May), cookouts, vacations, no school, and many other activities. Summer seems as a time when we can take a 3 month long break before we kick back into gear in the fall. I would agree, summer is a time to relax and give thanks (I too am making summer plans) but I know sometimes God has other plans for us. On Pentecost Sunday, we talked about how the Holy Spirit lights…

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  • Gugliemite Research Paper

    Spirit. Thus, he interpreted his role as Guglielma’s “only-begotten son,” which required him to create a new canon of epistles and gospels that started with the words: “At that time the Holy Spirit said to her disciples…” Andrea was clearly influenced by the Joachimites and 1260 marked an important date for Joachimite expectations. Likewise, 1260 marked the beginning of the flagellant movement in Perugia. Joachim of Fiore believed in a third age, the age of the Holy Spirit, which would user…

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  • Perspectives On Pentecost

    Critical Paper: Perspectives on Pentecost Dr. Gaffin’s focus upon Pentecost views a supernatural, singular, non repeatable event in church history where the Holy Spirit has been given to the believers present. (Col. 2:17) Their experience is completely unique due to the divine work taking place. This fact shapes our doctrine and our practice in worship today as reformed believers. The Aramaic and Greek was expected to be heard outside the temple but not inside and especially not various other…

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  • Pentecost: The Power Of The Holy Spirit

    James D G Dunn notes: “The epochal significance of Pentecost raises the whole course of salvation-history to a new plane ….In one sense, therefore, Pentecost can never be repeated - for the new age is here and cannot be ushered in again. But in another sense Pentecost, or rather the experience of Pentecost, can and must be repeated in the experience of all who would become Christians.” Dunn is effectively saying that in order to witness for Jesus Christ today, just as the disciples…

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  • The Old Testament Passages Of The Day Of Pentecost

    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…

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  • Pentecost Comes To California Analysis

    Pentecost Comes to California Los Angeles resident Neely Terry, who attended a small holiness church pastored by Julia Hutchins, made a trip to Houston, Texas, in 1905. She attended the church that William Seymour was pastoring. Although Seymour had not yet received the baptism of the Holy Ghost with evidence of speaking in other tongues, he was convinced that it was biblical and preached the message with great fervency. Impressed by Seymour’s character and message, Terry told her church about…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Personal Day Of Pentecost

    mother Mary and his brothers. One hundred and twenty disciples. Those who were connected to the Day of Pentecost continued steadfastly in prayer (2:42). Also at Pentecost after the miracle experience, connected with the Pentecost, after the connection with Pentecost , after felling the Holy Spirit followed by the speaking of other tongues, up to now, the Spirit of God had been with the disciples, but how He took up His residence in them (John 14:17). Beginning with The Day of Pentecost, the…

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  • The Feast Of Unleavened Bread Summary

    Prophetic Significance 1. The Feast of Passover is a prophetic picture of Yeshua as our Passover Lamb whose blood was shed for our sins. Yeshua was crucified on the Day of Preparation for the Passover, at the same time the lambs were being slaughtered for the Passover meal. Thus, Yeshua's crucifixion fulfilled the Feast of Passover. 2. The Feast of Unleavened Bread is a prophetic picture of Yeshua as the bread of life who came down for heaven to give everlasting life to all who would call on…

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  • Essay On Doctrine Of Depravity

    The doctrine of depravity says that man is as bad off as he can be. There is a vast difference between being as bad as he can be, and being as bad off as he can be. The doctrine of depravity has to do, not with man’s estimation of man, but rather with God’s estimation of man. (Pentecost 9-10) The doctrine of depravity has to do not so much with man’s conduct as with man’s state. It has to do not so much with man’s behavior as with his condition before God. In Galatians 3:22 we read, “…the…

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