Tag Archives: Pentecost

One Unforgettable Day

One of the most important “memories” of the church is found recorded in Acts chapter 2. What is significant about this memory and distinguishes it from many other memories we have in our life is that the memory of what happened then is something that is still happening today! We not only remember through the pages of the scripture what happened when the Holy Spirit moved in the early church in the book of Acts but we also are witnesses and for some of us participants in the outpouring of the Holy Spirit today! And for those who have and are experiencing Him, it truly is unforgettable! Continue reading

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Empowerment: Is it In You?

This entry is part 5 of 7 in the series The Coach in Your Corner

Pentecostals have existed for the last 100 years because they rediscovered the source of effective staying power for Christian service. Jesus called it the baptism in the Holy Spirit. The key to confidence for early Pentecostals was that they knew and experienced firsthand the infilling power of the Holy Spirit. “Is it in you?” Continue reading

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The Day of Pentecost: One Unforgettable Day!

Today, I?d like to take a look at this “memory” of the work of the Holy Spirit in the beginning Church found in Acts and in doing so I pray the Holy Spirit will do a fresh work in our hearts this morning in the hopes that this will truly be unforgettable! Continue reading

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