The Feast of Weeks

[column parallax_bg=”disabled” parallax_bg_inertia=”-0.2″ extended=”” extended_padding=”1″ background_color=”” background_image=”” background_repeat=”” background_position=”” background_size=”auto” background_attachment=”” hide_bg_lowres=”” background_video=”” vertical_padding_top=”0″ vertical_padding_bottom=”0″ more_link=”” more_text=”” left_border=”transparent” class=”” id=”” title=”” title_type=”single” animation=”none” width=”1/1″ last=”true”]

[column_1 width=”1/3″ title=”” title_type=”single” animation=”none” implicit=”true”]

Pastor Steve Hull



[column_1 width=”2/3″ last=”true” title=”” title_type=”single” animation=”none” implicit=”true”]

The Israelites rested from their festivals for 7 full weeks until the Feast of Weeks, or Pentecost. As the Israelites would celebrate the coming of the ten commandments, the disciples received the Holy Spirit. The disciples would then go on to translate the Word into the language of the neighborhood. We are likewise challenged to recognize this power and the opportunities of the Holy Spirit as we translate Jesus into the language of our neighborhoods.





, ,