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ISN’T HE WONDERFUL? Isn’t He Wonderful, Isn’t He Wonderful Isn’t Jesus my Lord Wonderful! Eyes have seen, ears have heard It’s recorded in God’s Word Isn’t Jesus my Lord Wonderful! Isn’t He the Prince of Peace, Isn’t He the Prince of Peace Isn’t Jesus my Lord the Prince of Peace! Eyes have seen, ears have heard It’s recorded in God’s Word Isn’t Jesus my Lord the Prince of Peace!
Isn't the love of Jesus something wonderful, Wonderful, wonderful. O isn't the love of Jesus something wonderful, Wonderful it is to me.
ACTS 2: 1 -13 THE COMING OF THE HOLY SPIRIT Witnesses to the World (Growing, Glowing, Going)
INTRODUCTION The Holy Spirit in the New Testament: Luke 1: 15, 35; 3: 22 John 14: 17; 16: 7, 13 -14
MAIN IDEA • Through the power of the Holy Spirit, Christians can proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ, and people will believe and become a part of His body, the church.
Symbols of the Spirit’s Coming (1 -4) • God empowers His church for ministry through the coming of the Holy Spirit. A. The sound at Pentecost (1 -2) B. The sight at Pentecost (3) C. The speech at Pentecost (4)
PRINCIPLE • When people filled with the Holy Spirit proclaim the gospel, a supernatural ministry takes place.
Results of the Spirit’s Coming (5 -13) • Sometimes unbelievers make fun of Christians who act in ways God empowers them. A. The crowd (5 -11) 1. The men (5) 2. The marvel (6 -11)
B. The confusion (12 -13) 1. “What can this mean? ” (12) 2. “They’re drunk!” (13)
PRINCIPLES • The languages which the apostles spoke differed, but their message remained the same: the wonderful works of God. • People shocked by a supernatural phenomenon may choose to accept God’s hand at work, or they may turn away and chalk it up to something else.
ASSIGNMENT • What is the difference between baptism and filling of the Holy Spirit?