Contributed on Jun 9, 2014
The Day of Pentecost signifies the birth of the New Testament Church and fulfillment of even more of Jesus' promises.
Pentecost: The Birth of a Supernatural Body: Acts 2:1-13 OUTLINE: I. The Supernatural Signs and Setting (1-4) 1. Like Wind: (Ezek. 37:9, 13, John 3:8) 2. Like Fire: (Matt. 3:11, Ex. 3: 2) II. Supernatural Spirit-Enabled Speech (5-13) 1. The SPEECH was a SIGN of the promised baptism of ...read more
Contributed on Jun 17, 2014
The pouring out of the Holy Spirit on Pentecost was promised and portrayed in the Old Testament.
"Pentecost: A Pouring Out” Acts 2:14-21 OUTLINE: I. Old Testament Pouring Out 1. Water (1 Sam. 7:6)- turn to God in repentance. 2. Dust or Dirt- (2 Sam 20:15, Isa. 37:33, Jer. 6:6, Ezek 4:2) 3. God’s Wrath: (Isa 42:25)- Points to the bowls in Revelation. 4. Oil- ...read more
Contributed on Jun 24, 2014
Peter's Pentecost sermon explains the determined purpose and foreknowledge of God in Christ's Life, Death, and resurrection
“Jesus: Approved by God” Acts 2:22-24 We have been looking at the day of Pentecost, the day that THE CHURCH was baptized with the Holy Spirit and placed into union with one another and with Christ. They were filled with the Holy Spirit and became a powerful force for the spreading ...read more
Contributed on Jul 1, 2014
Peter's Pentecost Sermon was used by God to give birth to the Church.
Jesus: The Superior King: Acts 2:25-41 OUTLINE: (note: Acts 2:25-36 quotes From PSALM 16:8-11, 68:18 and 110:1) Peter’s Pentecost message from God is to an unsaved world and, like all of scripture, the spotlight is on the LORD JESUS CHRIST. 1. The Superior and Eternal King spoke ...read more
Contributed on Jul 5, 2014
As a result of the outpouring of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost, the First Congregation in Jerusalem set the pattern for biblical apostolic preaching and the disciplines of the Church.
The First Church of Jerusalem Acts 2:41-42 OUTLINE; The Work of God in the Growth of the Church 1. The First Church was a REDEEMED Church: They received the Word gladly. 2. The First Church was STEADFAST. (proskartereô) A True branch abides 3. The First Church continually taught Biblical ...read more
Contributed on Jul 14, 2014
The birth of the Church commences the Growth of the Church by the Spirit and the Word.
Steadfast in Prayers: The First Church of Jerusalem (2) Acts 2:42: “And they continued steadfastly in the apostles' doctrine and fellowship, in the breaking of bread, and in prayers.” As the God’s Heavenly Holy Spirit is sent down upon those gathered at Pentecost in ...read more
Contributed on Jul 26, 2014
The Spirit-energized Pentecost Church was the, miraculous, sharing, attractive growing Body of Believers.
The Vital Church Acts 2:43-47 Acts 2:41: So then, those who had received his word were baptized; and that day there were added about three thousand souls. 42 They were continually devoting themselves to the apostles' teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer. The ...read more