For the months of May and June we take time to acknowledge the Feast of Pentecost, also known as Feast of Harvest, Feast of Weeks and the Feast of the First Fruits. As outlined in the scriptures, Pentecost is celebrated 50 days after Passover in the third Hebrew month, Sivan.
This great feast points to: 1) the time when Christ will pour the Holy Spirit upon His saints to prepare them for His coming during the last days; and 2) the gathering together of the 144,000, a group of saints that are deemed the “first fruit” of God’s harvest or His people. This year Pentecost is on Sunday, June 5th.
You can learn about the events that led to this wonderful feast in the presentations below. Enjoy and God bless!
Feast of Pentecost
The Holy Spirit
The Outpouring of the Holy Spirit
The First Fruit of God
The Spirit of Elijah
Saul vs Paul: the Power to Change Through the Holy Ghost
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"Unlike man, God does not change. He said, For I am the Lord, I change not]. (Mal 3:6). Yet grievous wolves came into the Christian churches set up by the disciples. They changed the laws of God to worship idols."
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