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Pentecost is not the idea of God, or a piece of God, but the real presence of the Living God the hope of Glory in you. On Pentecost there was a new wind that was set loose upon the earth with a fresh breath of hope and empowerment. The church was born from the wind and fire of Pentecost.
Acts 2, Acts 2:1-4, Acts 2:42-47
Many churches ignore Memorial Day because it is not one of the holy days on the church calendar. But I believe it is good for us to consider what Memorial Day really represents, for its very name calls us to remember. (Powerpoints Available - #345)
Exodus 12:12-14, Joshua 4:4-7, 1 Corinthians 11:24-27
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The early church was born on this day and it fueled them to go out and conquer the world. It energized their Christian lives. It was a significant event that changed everyone. Let’s take a look at Pentecost Past, Pentecost Present, and Pentecost Future
Holy Spirit - Pentecost Sunday -
The Fulfillment of God's Promise-The Coming of the Holy Spirit!
The Power of God's Promise - The Infilling of the Holy Spirit!
The Proclamation of God's Promise - New Life through the Holy Spirit
Acts 2:1-21, Luke 24:48-49, Acts 1:4-5
I would propose to you that it is not important who was the very first to celebrate "Memorial Day". What is important is that Memorial Day was established.
Memorial Day is to remember those who have given their lives in the military service of our country. Memorials are needed! Are we a memorial for Jesus or against Him?
Joshua 4:1-9, Joshua 3, Joshua 4, 1 Samuel 1:16-17, 2 Chronicles 34:14-28, 1 Corinthians 3:16, 1 Peter 3:15, 2 Chronicles 34, 2 Chronicles 35, Galatians 2:20, Romans 12:1-2, 1 Thessalonians 5:23-24
A Memorial Day sermon that transitions from the normal Memorial Day themes to the idea of our lives being a living memorial with the foundation of God's Word, the framework of faith in Jesus Christ, and the walls of works.
The Day of Pentecost marks the beginning of an authentic ministry for the disciples of Jesus, and we need such an experience to be effective in ministry, especially as we prepare people to come to the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ.
John 14:16, Acts 2:1-4, John 7:37-39, Acts 1:12-15, John 14:14
Memorial Day jogs our memories of our nation, our families and our faith. God taught Israel the importance of memorials and memories.
This was the first great revival.
2nd in a series of messages from Joel 2:28-32; also cross ref Acts 2:1-4
Children are so often neglected in our society. But in Jesus' kingdom they are the keys to the community!
A Memorial Day sermon remembering the sacrifice of soldiers as well as the sacrifice of our Lord. The Lord's Supper is a fitting memorial. The Gettysburg address was a fitting memorial in 1863, but the words of Jesus are a lasting memorial.
1 Corinthians 11:23-26
This morning we are going to look at the event which sparked the beginning of the Church, pouring out of the Spirit on the Day of Pentecost.
There were two memorials constructed of stones on the day Israel crossed the Jordan River and entered Canaan. The LORD knew that eventually people would ask about these memorials. God told Joshua what to do and say.