Acts 1

Acts  1:5  “For John truly baptized with water;  but ye shall  be
baptized with the Holy Ghost not many days hence.”

Acts 1:8  “But ye shall receive power,  after that the Holy Ghost
is  come  upon  you:  and ye shall be witnesses unto me  both  in

Jerusalem,  and  in  all Judea,  and in  Samaria,  and  unto  the
uttermost part of the earth.”
(Gentiles)

Acts  1:14   “These all continued with one accord in  prayer  and
supplication,  with the women,  and Mary the mother of Jesus,
and with his brethren.”
(His brethren?)

Acts  2:1-4  “And when the day of Pentecost was fully come,
they were all with one accord in one place.  And suddenly there
came a sound from heaven as of a rushing mighty wind,  and it
filled all the house where they were sitting.   And there
appeared unto them cloven  tongues like as of fire,  and it sat
upon each  of  them.  And they were all filled with the Holy
Ghost,  and began to speak with other tongues, as the Spirit
gave them utterance.”
(Arrival of the Holy Ghost)

Acts  2:6-11   “Now when this wqas noised abroad,  the
multitude came together,  and were confounded, because that
every man heard them  speak in his own language.   And they
were all  amazed  and marveled,  saying one to another,
Behold, are not all these which speak  Galileans?   And how
hear we every man in our own  tongue, wherein we were born?
Par’thi-ans, and Medes, and E’lamites, and the dwelllers in
Mesopota’mi-a, and in Judea, and Cappado’cia, in Ontus,  and
Asis,  Phyrig’i-a,  and Pamphyl’i-a, in Egypt, and in the parts of
Libya about Cyre’ne, and strangers of Rome, Jews and
proselytes,  Cretes  and arabians,  we do hear them speak in
our tongues the wonderful workd of God.”
(Are “tongue” languages of gibberish?)

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