Pentecost: Rhythms of the Spirit

Pastor Chris Seay.


Acts 2:1-12; 36-47 

"Man's sensitivity to little things and insensitivity to the greatest things are marks of a strange disorder."

— Blaise Pascal

“The disciples, filled with the Spirit, begin the work of Jesus’ sovereign and saving rule over the world, whose Lord he now is, by their shared common life, their works of healing, their proclamation of him as Lord and King, and their bold witness against the authorities who try to stop them. And that just about sums up the whole book, all the way to when Paul arrives in Rome and announces God as King and Jesus as Lord right under Caesar’s nose, openly and unhindered. So Pentecost is about the powerful presence of Jesus with his people; about the implementation of Jesus’ healing, saving rule through his people; and thirdly about the anticipation, in and through that work, of the final day when heaven and earth shall be one. It isn’t just that the Spirit is the ‘down payment’ of what is to come for us as his people; the Spirit is the advance sign of what God is going to do for the whole earth, the entire created order.” 

— N.T. Wright

Worship Set

Somebody Was Watching Over 

Hope To Carry On 

Awake My Soul 

In Christ Alone 

Blessed Assurance 

It'll All Be Over 

Down to the River