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Date Shared: 18 August 2017
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When the day of Pentecost came, the Apostles were all together in one place. It was ten days after Jesus has gone back to heaven. Before he had left them, he had made a promise. “The Holy Spirit will come to you. The Spirit will give you the power to tell people about me.” For ten days, the Apostles and some other followers of Jesus had stayed together, praying and waiting. But now the great day had come! Suddenly, a noise like a strong wind filled the whole house and the followers saw something that looked like flames of fire, falling on each person there. They were all filled with the Holy Spirit, and they began to speak different languages. At that time Jerusalem was full of Jewish visitors from all over the world. They were all surprised because each of them heard the Apostles speaking in their own language. They were completely amazed at this. They said, “Look! Aren’t all these people we hear speaking from Galilee? But we hear them telling in our own languages about the great things God has done!” But others made fun of the Apostles, saying, “They have drunk too much wine.” But Peter stood up with the eleven apostles. In a loud voice, he spoke to the crowd: “Listen to me. Pay attention to what I have to say. These people are not drunk, as you think; it is only nine o’clock in the morning!” Then Peter made a long speech, telling the crowds all about Jesus. That day, about 3,000 people became followers of Jesus and were baptised. They spent the rest of their time in Jerusalem learning all about Jesus from the Apostles before returning home. And the Apostles continued to meet together to pray and break bread.
18 August 2017
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