God was launching a new entity: the church— the body of believers. They would need new power and an indwelling presence of God to accomplish their mission.
Jacksonville, FL (PRWEB) May 08, 2012
In Exodus 19:16, the Israelites experienced Pentecost at Mount Sinai, 50 days after Passover. It was accompanied by the sound of a trumpet and fire, they listened as God spoke and they received the Word or Pentateuch.
In the New Testament, Holy Spirit was poured out according to Acts 2. The supernatural event took place in Jerusalem, 50 days after Passover. It was herald by the sound of wind and tongues of fire; but more than observing the event, the believers spoke as the Spirit gave the Words. They received the Holy Spirit.
Patricia Holland urges her readers; “Look at the similarities between the two accounts. The New Testament Pentecost is the Old Testament Pentecost personalized.” She goes on to explain, “God was launching a new entity: the church— the body of believers. They would need new power and an indwelling presence of God to accomplish their mission.”
Patricia does far more than illuminate the differences between Old Pentecost and New Pentecost; she helps her readers to discover the person of Pentecost. Holy Spirit and Pentecost have been shrouded by error and mysticism that prevent believers from experiencing the victorious, Spirit-filled lives that Christ intended His followers to have.
Pentecost Lost will irrevocably change the hearts of the readers by opening their eyes to the reality of a viable and empowering relationship with Holy Spirit. Pentecost Lost will inspire believers to experience God’s Pentecost Found.
Patricia Holland is a minister in the Peninsula Florida District of the Assemblies of God. She is an anointed speaker with a deep love for the Word of God and a passion to make it come alive to her audience. She is a gifted speaker with the ability to captivate her audience while making scripture simple to understand.
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