Tag Archives: Pentecost

Immersed in the Deep End

When I was in the third grade I took swimming lessons at the Collier Park Pool in Ramona, California. I can remember many scorching southern California days spent cooling off in that pool. But none stands out in my mind … Continue reading

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Pentecost – A Poem

Today is Pentecost. It is the day we celebrate the coming of the Holy Spirit into the hearts of believers. Jesus has returned to heaven to sit at the right hand of the Father, and this day marks the fulfillment … Continue reading

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Whoosh – A Poem

At dVerse Poets Pub today, Sheila provided us with the interesting prompt of writing a poem involving onomatopoeia. As I read her post, the word-sound “whoosh” came to mind and I could see the roomful of disciples on Pentecost when … Continue reading

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To Following Willingly

Several months ago I wrote about Revelation 3:20 and a painting of Jesus that portrays this verse that hangs in my in-laws house and in my own living room. This is a great verse to ponder in preparation for Thanksgiving … Continue reading

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The Priesthood of All Believers

Yesterday was Pentecost, considered the birthday of the Christian Church. The events of the first Christian Pentecost are recorded in Acts 2. However, Pentecost was a Jewish celebration of the Festival of Weeks, which is why the first disciples were … Continue reading

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