Resources tagged: PentecostActs 2 - Part 3
Pierced hearts, paradoxical grace, and persuasive pressure are three things that were present at Pentecost and should be present wherever the Word is preached.
Peter's sermon on the day of pentecost finds its' source in scripture, its' center in Christ, and its' time in the present.
The ascension scene painted by Luke illustrates Jesus' universal authority over the nations and his priestly access to the Father.
Jesus' promise of his kingdom extending to the ends of the earth was a direct response to the disciples incorrect assumptions about the kingdom of God.
The Father’s promise to the redeemed includes the incredible gift of the Holy Spirit in His fullness.