Do you desire to see your people filled with the purposes of God, speaking God's intention and living an empowered life? This Pentecost sermon will resource you for this purpose. Filled with the scriptures about Pentecost, skillfully woven to show why Pentecost is a significant day on The Salvation Army calendar. Download this complete resource kit which will save you time.
William Booth once wrote, ‘No matter what else you may lack, or what may be against you, with the Holy Spirit you will succeed…’
This two part Pentecost series explores the characteristics of the Holy Spirit and how we can be filled with God’s empowering presence.
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Celebrate Pentecost this year by searching out the great treasures within God's Word.
The first instalment of our new devotional series, this insightful resource includes: an overview of Pentecost:, including its history, key features and developments. A study guide including a chapter outline of Acts 2, verse by verse comments, key words, and reflection questions.
Pentecost is one of the greatest days in God’s redemptive calendar.
It is the day when the Church was born and when God's redemptive power was made available for all. In this two part series, you will explore some great questions, especially: "what does all this mean?" (Acts 2:12)
God thinks of everything. Salvation is a total package deal. He has not left anything out that we need to live life as He intends or to be the people that He calls us to be. 2 Peter 1:3 tells us, “His divine power has given us everything we need for life and godliness”. Over this three-week Pentecost series we are looking at what we have been given to enable us to live lives of power and holiness.
God has always desired to dwell amongst his people. Throughout history, He has lived amongst the people of Israel, first in the tabernacle and then in the temple. In the New Testament, the church is the new temple of God. At Pentecost, God came to dwell in his temple, amongst his people. His presence and his glory rests on us. This Pentecost series looks at the significance of the church being the place of God's dwelling and what this means for mission.