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  • Celebrating Pentecost

    Contributed by Stephen Funderburk on Jun 3, 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 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • Out Of Many, One

    Contributed by David Roth on Sep 18, 2015
    based on 1 rating

    Pentecost (B). Jewish Pentecost celebrated the giving of the law on Sinai, the God choosing Israel as His people. In the Pentecost of the Church we are assured that we too are chosen by God and live in His kingdom.

    “Out of Many, One” J. J. May the words of my mouth, and the meditations of our hearts, be acceptable in Thy sight, O Lord, our Rock and our Redeemer. Amen. “Out of Many, One” Today is Pentecost. And most of us are familiar with the account of the events of that day. more

  • The Promise Of Pentecost Series

    Contributed by Jerry Lewis on Jun 16, 2004
    based on 381 ratings

    Part 1 It was on the Day of Pentecost that the Holy Spirit was poured out on 120 Followers of Christ gathered in an Upper Room in Jerusalem. Pentecost is not a Denomination, but is an Experience every Blood – Bought Child of God Should Receive.

    THE PROMISE OF PENTECOST Part 1 of 2 Acts 2:1-4; 12-18; 37-39. Last Sun. on the Religious Calendar was Pentecost Sunday!!! What in the world is Pentecost??? The word “ Pentecost” designates the 50th day after Passover, which was a Feast Day. Also known as the Feast of Weeks or Feast of more

  • An Outline For Acts 2

    Contributed by Jonathan Spurlock on Apr 28, 2021

    This outline of Acts 2 comments on four aspects of the Day of Pentecost. The Lord Jesus Christ had promised the disciples in Acts 1 that they would receive power to be His witnesses, and on Pentecost, it happened!

    Outline for Acts 2, The Church-Its Foundation and Mission Introduction: The Church began on the Day of Pentecost (Acts 2) after Peter delivered his message about Jesus and the Resurrection. After he finished, 3000 people repented and were baptized—and the story continues to this day. (Note: this more

  • Fire: Pentecost Is The Norm - 14 Of 14 Series

    Contributed by Russell Metcalfe on Jan 27, 2021

    What is Pentecost? Why should anyone call it one of the "big three" Christian holy days? Do you know?

    May 31, 1998 In the last days, God declares, I will pour out my Spirit upon all flesh ... Acts 2:17 Today we celebrate one of the three great days of the entire church year. Everyone celebrates Christmas, and most people even know that it has to do with the birth of Jesus, whether or not they more

  • The First Fruits Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Jan 6, 2018
    based on 5 ratings

    Pentecost was a dramatic display of God's power and Spirit. Why did Jesus pick Pentecost to begin His church and what can that mean to us?

    OPEN: In the land of Norway there is a valley. This valley is long and narrow with mountainous peaks that tower 1000s of feet into the air, and nestled deep inside that valley is a little town whose name I’m not sure I can pronounce. This village has existed for over 100 years and it is a beautiful more

  • Pentecostal Power

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Jul 28, 2008

    Pentecost is the inauguration of a new era: the era of the Spirit.

    Pentecostal Power Acts 2:1-13 1. Does your walk with God get old? Are you spiritually tired? 2. If you have been faithfully serving God and God’s people, the church, year after year, it is easy to feel burned out or lose your creative enthusiasm. 3. Yet I have found that God can revive my soul 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

  • "Fifty Days After Easter, At Nine O'clock In The Morning..."

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on May 16, 2012
    based on 6 ratings

    A sermon for Pentecost.

    Acts 2:1-21 “Fifty Days after Easter, at Nine O’clock in the Morning…” Sometimes there are names that are so attached to a particular product or something else that people might forget where the name originally came from. For instance, how often do you ask for a tissue more

  • Understanding Pentecost Series

    Contributed by Joseph Ricohermoso on Jul 7, 2011
    based on 5 ratings

    Originally delivered on Pentecost Sunday, this message reviews the highlights of this historic event as recorded in Acts 2 namely: the bestowal of the Holy Spirit and the birth of the Church in Jerusalem.

    Understanding Pentecost (Acts 2) Introduction: Do you know that today is Pentecost Sunday? In Italy it was customary to scatter rose petals from the ceiling of the churches to recall the miracle of the fiery tongues; hence in Sicily and elsewhere in Italy Whitsunday is called Pasqua rosatum. The more