We are all familiar with the storyline of Jesus’ life: virgin birth, life (word and works), arrest, trials, crucifixion, death, burial, resurrection and ascension.
But the Jesus-story did not end with his ascension. Pentecost (the fiftieth and last day of the Easter Season) is the Christian Feast Day that marks the sending of the Holy Spirit to Jesus’ first followers. It is at Pentecost that the dynamic empowerment of the Holy Spirit came. He gives gifts. He, by his fruit, enables character transformation, which in turn empowers Jesus’ followers to do what he had commissioned and authorized them to do.
It is in the power of the Holy Spirit that we can connect with strangers, communicate Christianly with others and build relationships in love. Seeking formation in Christ in order to be the people of God—the church—it is especially appropriate at Pentecost for everyone of us to ask, seek and expectantly wait on God for a fresh filling of the power of the Holy Spirit (Ephesians 5:18).
Home Groups / Mid-Week
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