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  • "What Is Pentecost ?"

    Contributed by Gerald Roberts on May 15, 2016
    based on 1 rating

    Sermon describes Pentecost is a Time to Offer to God, Pentecost is Unity. Pentecost is sounds from Heaven, Pentecost is being Filled, and Pentecost is Hearing.

    What is Pentecost? Acts 2:1-11 • Traditionally been understood as the birth of the Christian church. • The Anointed One promised in the scriptures of the Jews This day would come “I will not leave you comfortless, but I will send the Holy Spirit” • Pentecost, meaning more

  • Celebrating Pentecost

    Contributed by Stephen Funderburk on Jun 4, 2006
    based on 18 ratings

    understanding the day of Pentecost in Acts 2

    Intro: as Pentecostals we should admit we don’t do church celebrations as good as many other denominational churches. I think many churches do communion better than we do, and celebrations around Lent and Advent are done much better in many churches. So I think we should do Pentecost Sunday better more

  • What Is Pentecost?

    Contributed by J. Yeargin on Aug 19, 2003
    based on 54 ratings

    Peter, and many others, got something down deep inside of them that day and never stopped talking about Pentecost the rest of their lives.

    WHAT IS PENTECOST Text: Acts 2:1 thru 4 There is much to learn from the story of the Day of Pentecost, but I am impressed to speak today about it’s importance. In scanning over verses 5 thru 11, we can see there were many different languages spoken as a result of Pentecost. The people more

  • Pentecost

    Contributed by Gerald Roberts on May 15, 2013

    The sermon describes what provoked Pentecost and the purpose of Pentecost which is to fill us, prepare us, and to pour out on us.

    Pentecost Acts 2:1-21 When is Pentecost? A. Pentecost is the 50th day after the Sabbath of Passover week (Lev 23:15-16), What is Pentecost? A. The word derives from the Greek for "the 50th day." It was the Jewish Feast of Weeks (Exod 34:22; Deut more

  • The Feast Of Weeks (Pentecost) Series

    Contributed by David Moore on Jul 28, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    This message seeks to show that the purpose of Pentecost was to mark the harvest of the church age.

    The Power of Pentecost. Text: Leviticus 23: 15-22; Acts 2:1-11 Introduction. A few weeks ago we began a series on Sunday mornings surrounding the Feasts of Israel. You will recall from Leviticus 23, how God has set out a plan of the ages, a great prophetic calendar whereby the history of the more

  • The Birth Of The Church

    Contributed by Melvin Maughmer, Jr. on Jun 6, 2003
    based on 47 ratings

    And when the Day of Pentecost was fully come. What really happened on this wonderful day.

    The Birth of the Church Understand the Church is not a physical building, it’s not an organization or denomination, it’s not a particular ministry, the Church is made up of the body of believers that are called by His name according to His purpose. The Church is people called out of people. The more

  • The Feast Of Pentecost Or Weeks Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Mar 14, 2005
    based on 34 ratings

    Pentecost foreshadows the truth that during the church age, a new phase in God’s program has emerged: Jewish and Gentile believers are united in one body through the Holy Spirit -- and God uses them to labor for a harvest of people.

    Pentecost or Weeks (Shavuot) (Leviticus 23:15-23) 1. Many Christians are surprised to find out that Pentecost is a Jewish Old Testament holiday. 2. A Jewish man was confronting a Christian man: “You know, you people borrowed the 10 Commandments from us.” 3. “Well,” responded the Christian, “we more

  • Churchology 101-The Beginning

    Contributed by Steven Boyns on Feb 3, 2006
    based on 3 ratings

    This series is not designed to deal with the intra-workings of the church, nor is it designed to discuss deep theology or deep doctrinal issues related to the church. Rather these messages are intended to look at the church and the role it plays in the l

    Last week we began our series of messages entitled Churchology 101. And we said that this series is not designed to deal with the intra-workings of the church, nor is it designed to discuss deep theology or deep doctrinal issues related to the church. Rather these messages are intended to look at more

  • Holy Spirit And The New Age Series

    Contributed by Davon Huss on Mar 4, 2012

    A sermon on the Holy Spirit in the age of the church, the new Christian age (Material taken from Dr. Jack Cottrell's books, Power From On High, Chapter 5, and The Holy Spirit: A Biblical Study, Chapter 3)

    HoHum: James Candlish says of the Old Testament era, "The general bestowal of the spirit as the source of holiness is spoken of as a thing of the future, one of the blessings of the promised reign of God over His people. In the theocracy in Israel, the spirit of God had been given to certain more

  • When The Day Of Pentecost Was Fully Come Series

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Mar 17, 2015
    based on 1 rating

    Pentecost has been the source of much too much confusion and little unity. What does it mean?

    When the Day of Pentecost Was Fully Come Acts 2:1 We now begin the first of several messages about the day we called Pentecost or Whitsunday on our church calendar. Careful exposition of the text is very important here, because to go wrong here is to go wrong for the rest of the Book of Acts. As more

  • What Makes A Pentecostal Church? Series

    Contributed by Eugene Pansler Jr on May 21, 2021

    what are the basic three things that make a Pentecostal Church?

    What makes a Pentecostal church, is it the music, is it moving lights on the "stage", or is it a message on prosperity that everyone is going tp get rich? What makes a Pentecostal church, (first, second, third): 1. It's The Mission. What is the mission the Pentecostal more

  • Who Is A Pentecostal? Series

    Contributed by Eugene Pansler Jr on Feb 17, 2021

    who is a Pentecostal?

    Who is a Pentecostal, are they someone who goes by feelings, are they someone who is following a false doctrine, or are they someone who is doing something that is not for today? Who is a Pentecostal, (first, second, third: 1. A Pentecostal is Someone Who Knows The Fullness Of Pentecost. more

  • Pentecost Today

    Contributed by Dr. Jonathan Vorce on Jun 3, 2017
    based on 1 rating

    This message explores a brief historical meaning of Pentecost and then brings that meaning into today. What should be our response to Pentecost Today?

    Text: Acts 2:1-4 I. The Meaning of Pentecost A. Pentecost is a one day celebration that follows the Harvest Feast, Feast of First Fruits, or Feast of Weeks. This feast lasted for 7 weeks or 49 days. Pentecost is the next day, the 50th day. 1. Pentecost was the Jewish harvest-home celebration. more

  • Pentecost--A Real Reality

    Contributed by Richard Futrell on Oct 6, 2010
    based on 5 ratings

    Sometimes we don’t realize how much we need Pentecost. Pentecost is the birthday of the New Testament Church. Pentecost is God giving His Holy Spirit to all believers, not just a few.

    Intro During the last ten days of the Church year, we’ve been living in liturgical limbo, existing between two realities. We’ve celebrated our Lord’s ascension into heaven. But since the Ascension, we’ve been waiting. We’ve been waiting for this day. Like the Apostles of old, we’ve been more

  • Pentecost Revival Series

    Contributed by I. Grant Spong on Sep 25, 2021

    What happened on that first New Testament Pentecost and how did the giving of the Holy Spirit make it a different kind of revival to Pentecost in the Old Testament?

    What happened on that first New Testament Pentecost and how did the giving of the Holy Spirit make it a different kind of revival to Pentecost in the Old Testament? The Feast of Weeks was so named for its counting of seven weeks from the Sunday of Passover week, the Days of Unleavened Bread more