“On the Nature of Pneuma”

Day of Pentecost Sunday.  The Disciples staying in their upper room keeping a low profile.  Then, the Holy Spirit blows fresh air into their lungs and the rush out to preach to the world that had come to Jerusalem for the Pentecost festival.
(Time for a Greek lesson – Pneuma…(pronounced: NEW-muh) is the Greek word for spirit, breath, wind.)
Wind is a force that may or may not be powerful or destructive but it is well known known and felt by its affects.   Does the spirit cause you to transform your life? Do you like things just the way they are?   Acts 2.1-21

 

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