Wind and Fire

How does everyone explain a life-changing event? We say, “It was like this . . .” For Luke, the author of Acts, the day of Pentecost was like a rushing  wind and flames of fire. But not just for a particular people at a particular time and place, adds Bishop David Reed, in the second installment of our five-part audio series on the book of Acts.”The coming of the Holy Spirit,” says Reed, “revealed that the Good News of the Kingdom is global and is for all.”

Listen to the entire audio below.  We suggest that you read chapters 1 and 2 of Acts before you listen.

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