THE PURPOSE OF PENTECOST BEYOND THE UPPER ROOM by Dr Paul Enenche
Pentecost was the time when they gave thanks to God for what the land had produced and for what their labor in the fields had yielded. The Christian observance of Pentecost is so called because it occurred during this major Jewish festival, when Jews from all over the Mediterranean world were gathered in one place. Pentecost is the day recorded in the second chapter of the Acts of the Apostles, when the Holy Spirit suddenly filled the room where the disciples were gathered. What appeared to be cloven-shaped tongues of flame appeared over the head of each of them, and the disciples began to speak in a language that allowed all the people that had gathered in Jerusalem from more than a dozen different countries to understand what the disciples were saying in their own native language.
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