Yesterday we celebrated Pentecost Sunday – a day where the Holy Spirit made one of His miraculous appearances in a very dramatic way.  As the words to hymn and special music were sung, I could almost imagine what happened on that day when  He placed tongues of fire on the apostle’s heads and gave them the confidence, the words and the power to go and tell the world the good news of the Gospel.

The Spirit is a part of the Trinity that we don’t always hear about, but oh what an important part of the Godhead He is.  In Ezekiel 37, the prophet described another amazing event including this often quiet, but most necessary part of the nature of God.

Ezekiel was led out, by  the Spirit of the Lord, to a desolate graveyard and introduced the


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4 Responses to THIS LIGHT OF MINE

  1. dnorris99 says:

    Glad you posted this. I had no idea yesterday was Pentecost. I’m used to knowing when it occurs on the Hebrew calendar which this year won’t be until June 12th. (This year, Passover and Easter are almost a month apart.) Not one mention of it yesterday in the church we currently attend. How can a Christian church ignore the birth of the original Christian church??

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