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The meaning of Pentecost Pentecost (literally the 50th day) is the Greek name given to the Jewish festival called Shavuot or The Festival of Weeks – so called because there were a total of seven (a special number) of weeks between … Continue reading
Originally posted on The Word on the Hill:
Adapted from an idea in “Plays for all Seasons” by Derek Haylock Scenario Imaginary interview between Simon Peter and two Roman guards to recount the events of the first Pentecost Sunday. Bible…
Come, Holy Ghost, our souls inspire, and lighten with celestial fire. Thou the anointing Spirit art, who dost thy sevenfold gifts impart.