Tomorrow is Pentecost Sunday. Christians celebrate it seven weeks after Resurrection Sunday. I usually speak on the third Sunday, and when Pastor David made a point of the day, I thought maybe he wanted me to stick to the theme, but I think I misunderstood. I didn’t have any better ideas, but I thought it would probably be a dry, academic sermon more like a college lecture. However when I started to look into the significance of Pentecost I was overjoyed to see how it was that God fit everything together so that we would have no doubt that Jesus is the promised messiah and His Holy Spirit the sign of our relationship with Him. We’ll read from the second chapter of Acts and also explore what it means for us today. I’m excited to share it with you and I hope you will come and be blessed! Join us at Bartimaeus Baptist Temple at 2:30pm. You don’t even have to get up early.
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