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53 days after Jesus death more than 120 of Jesus followers were gathered together. Suddenly they heard a sound like a mighty wind and then saw what appeared to be tongues of fire on their heads as they were filled with the Holy Spirit. Upon being filled with the Holy Spirit they began speaking in different languages and told everyone in their own language about Jesus. The promise of salvation isn't just for us, it is for everyone. Jesus expects us to spread this good news.
What are spiritual senses? Well, whatever they are, they don't operate apart from our physical senses. It's a way of seeing, a way of hearing. In fact, I think Wesley is talking about letting the Holy Spirit train our physical senses, raise them to the next level, so that we can use them to help us tune into the reality of the spiritual, the presence of God. For me, that's what it means to be born again, to have God fill up my senses ("like a night in the forest, like a mountain in springtime, like a walk in the rain…")
Rex Morgan delivers a sermon for the Day of Pentecost on New Beginnings.
Pentecost was an unique historical event, but because the Spirit dwells within each believer, the effects of Pentecost should be seen in our daily lives, as the Spirit moves and unites and draws people to Jesus.
We need to ditch the distractions in our lives, because they are killing us. We get busy with things that aren’t our assignments from God, and then get frustrated and easily distracted.
In order to appreciate our sermon theme of “the sending church” we need to pay attention to how the first century church helped individuals clarify their call to serve the world.
Pentecost Sunday: Pastor Darrel Phillips delivers a sermon on the empowerment of the Holy Spirit from Acts 2:1-21. The Sanctuary Choir offers Brad Nix's setting of "The Solid Rock" as its anthem.