The Spirit Of Pentecost

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The Feast of Pentecost was celebrated 50 days after the Passover, Exodus Chapter 12.

The Day of Pentecost Acts chapter 2, was 50 days after the crucifixion of Christ Jesus. Where Jesus became our Passover 1 Corinthians 5 v 7.

At The Day of Pentecost in Acts a rushing mighty wind blew around. Wind is one of the best ways to explain the Trinity of God. {The Father, The Son and The Holy Spirit].

We can’t see the wind, but we can see it’s effects of it presence, we can hear the wind and we can feel the wind blowing on us.

So just in the same way we can see the presence of God in all His Creation. We can hear from God and we can feel His presence around our lives.

Somehow I believe the coming of the Holy Spirit with the fire allowed us to see a touch of the Glory of God, in the tongues of fire.

A pattern has been established: first repentance and acceptance, then water baptism in water, signifies burial and resurrection, then a touch of the Glory in the Baptism of The Holy Spirit.

Salvation.followed by Justification then Sanctification, will allow us into the Glory of God in Eternity, God through the Baptism of The Holy Spirit allows us a touch of His Glory.

We come to the Father, by what God The Son did for us on the Cross, then we accept the empowerment of The Holy Spirit.

When we think about the concept of wind, it will help in our understanding of The Trinity

We were created in the image of God, The Father The Son and The Holy Spirit, and we are a three part being as well , body, soul and spirit.

God has a constant display in His Creation of who He is, and in  the Wind, we can obtain understanding of The Father, The Son and The Holy Spirit. workings.

My Lord My God, let the Wind of Your Presence blow all around us, renewing us, invigorating us, so we can be the people you have destined us all to be. Come Holy Spirit empower us to accomplish all you would have us do.

God Bless.

O F J.

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