When  the  day  of  Pentecost  arrived,  they  were  all  together  in  one  place.  And  suddenly  there  came  from  hea...
Now  there  were  dwelling  in  Jerusalem  Jews,  devout  men  from  every  na=on  under  heaven.  And  at  this  sound  t...
Phrygia  and  Pamphylia,  Egypt  and  the  parts  of  Libya  belonging  to  Cyrene,  and  visitors  from  Rome,  both  Jew...
And  while  staying  with  them  he  ordered  them  not  to  depart  from  Jerusalem,  but  to  wait  for  the  promise  o...
Acts  2    •  Begins  with  the  miracle  of  Pentecost,  •  Then  Luke  records  Peter’s  sermon  and  the  great  result...
Pentecost  •  A  sound  like  a  mighty  rushing  wind  filled  the  house  where  they  were  wai=ng  &  praying.  •  Tong...
Tipping Point Slides, 6/23/13
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Tipping Point Slides, 6/23/13

  1. 1. When  the  day  of  Pentecost  arrived,  they  were  all  together  in  one  place.  And  suddenly  there  came  from  heaven  a  sound  like  a  mighty  rushing  wind,  and  it  filled  the  en=re  house  where  they  were  si>ng.    And  divided  tongues  as  of  fire  appeared  to  them  and  rested  on  each  one  of  them.  And  they  were  all  filled  with  the  Holy  Spirit  and  began  to  speak  in  other  tongues  as  the  Spirit  gave  them  uBerance.  
  2. 2. Now  there  were  dwelling  in  Jerusalem  Jews,  devout  men  from  every  na=on  under  heaven.  And  at  this  sound  the  mul=tude  came  together,  and  they  were  bewildered,  because  each  one  was  hearing  them  speak  in  his  own  language.  And  they  were  amazed  and  astonished,  saying,  “Are  not  all  these  who  are  speaking  Galileans?  And  how  is  it  that  we  hear,  each  of  us  in  his  own  na=ve  language?  Parthians  and  Medes  and  Elamites  and  residents  of  Mesopotamia,  Judea  and  Cappadocia,  Pontus  and  Asia,    
  3. 3. Phrygia  and  Pamphylia,  Egypt  and  the  parts  of  Libya  belonging  to  Cyrene,  and  visitors  from  Rome,  both  Jews  and  proselytes,  Cretans  and  Arabians—we  hear  them  telling  in  our  own  tongues  the  mighty  works  of  God.”  And  all  were  amazed  and  perplexed,  saying  to  one  another,  “What  does  this  mean?”  But  others  mocking  said,  “They  are  filled  with  new  wine.”  Acts  2:1-­‐13  (ESV)  
  4. 4. And  while  staying  with  them  he  ordered  them  not  to  depart  from  Jerusalem,  but  to  wait  for  the  promise  of  the  Father,  which,  he  said,  “you  heard  from  me;  for  John  bap=zed  with  water,  but  you  will  be  bap=zed  with  the  Holy  Spirit  not  many  days  from  now.”  Acts  1:4-­‐5  (ESV)  
  5. 5. Acts  2    •  Begins  with  the  miracle  of  Pentecost,  •  Then  Luke  records  Peter’s  sermon  and  the  great  results,  •  Closes  with  the  great  photograph  of  the  new  life  enjoyed  by  the  rapidly  growing  community  of  witnesses.  
  6. 6. Pentecost  •  A  sound  like  a  mighty  rushing  wind  filled  the  house  where  they  were  wai=ng  &  praying.  •  Tongues  of  fire  appeared  to  them  all  and  descended  on  each  one.  •  They  were  all  filled  with  the  Holy  Spirit  and  began  to  speak  in  other  tongues  as  the  Spirit  gave  them  uBerance.  

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