πŸ“… The Day of Pentecost – Daily Bible Reading


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August 8, 2022

Today’s reading: Acts 2:1

The Day of Pentecost

We read in Acts 2:1:

1 When the Day of Pentecost had fully come, they were all with one accord in one place.

The Day of Pentecost signifies the pouring of the Holy Spirit upon God’s people. Before Christ was crucified, He already talked about the time when the Ruach HaKodesh would be given to His people. The disciples were also instructed to stay in Jerusalem where they will receive power through the Holy Spirit.

In 2 Timothy 1:7, we read:

7 For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind.

God’s Holy Spirit transforms us just like how it transformed the disciples from cowards to courageous men. If we are going to do mighty things, we must rely on God’s Spirit. It is through the set-apart spirit that we become more like God and less like ourselves.

Therefore, let’s thank Yahweh for granting us His Spirit. Let’s thank Yahshua for His sacrifice and for making this Holy Spirit available to us.

May we not grieve the Holy Spirit, but rather, let it do its great work for us. 


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