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“The day of the pentecost is the day of rest, after that Isaiah saith: Upon whom shall my spirit descend, but upon an humble heart and being still.”
“Hence the feast of pentecost, that is, the fiftieth day, was the inauguration of the Old Testament church, and the divine wisdom is apparent in the selection of the same reason for the institution of the New Testament church (Joh 1: 17; Ac 2: 1).”
“But on the approach of pentecost, which is a festival of ours, so called from the days of our forefathers, a great many ten thousands of men got together; nor did they come only to celebrate the festival, but out of their indignation at the madness of Sabinus, and at the injuries he offered them.”
“Link well i told her i was lost and she told me all about the pentecost”
“The Church has been under attack since the Holy Spirit visited the apostles in the Upper Room on pentecost.”
“It was during this pentecost feast, that the followers of Jesus were seated in the Upper room, awaiting the coming of the Holy Ghost, which had been promised to them by Jesus Luke 24:49.”
“Today we're talking about immigration trends and pentecost at Bible study.”
“It's pentecost weekend, which means an extra day off.”
“It was pentecost eve, which means all stores closed at 16, so I went to the mall to get some shopping done.”
“Oops, I just noticed that there are lots of different pictures, besides the one with the caption of “a personal pentecost” and that they can be scrolled by simply clicking on the pictures.”
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