The Third Pentecost
George Kirkpatrick
 


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When the word "Pentecost" is mentioned, our first thought is the outpouring of the Holy Spirit in Acts 2. 

We are all very familiar with this outpouring of the Spirit, but how familiar are we with the outpouring of the Holy Spirit that occurred in the Old testament; and how much do we know of the outpouring of the Holy Spirit that will take place in the near future?

Paul was speaking of this outpouring when he wrote in II Thessalonians 1:10

"When He shall come to be glorified in His Saints and to be admired in all them that believe in that day."

We live in that day when God will fulfill His Word in His people. The Spirit has begun to reveal the deeper things of God. The prophet, Isaiah, spake,

"None saith restore." Isaiah 42:22

Today, God's people are crying "restore" because the day of restoration is at hand. Jesus spoke in Luke 19:10

"For the Son of man is come to seek and to save that which was lost." 

Jesus did not say to seek and save those who are lost, but that which had been lost. When man sinned in the garden, what was lost? The communion God had with His creation. When man sinned, he hid himself from God for he could no longer stand in the presence of God because of sin. It is God's desire to commune with His creation. Jesus came that man may have forgiveness of his sin; that man could, again, stand in the presence of God. Those who desire to come into His presence are crying "restore".

We begin to sense that God is about to do something new in His people, and the "Third Pentecost" is about to take place. It is the time of much excitement and much stirring in our spirit. Most do not know what to expect, but God's people are very expectant. This expectancy is becoming excitement and thus excitement has given God's people a new hope. They are not hanging on to the old, but are looking ahead to the soon-appearance of our Lord and reigning King.

When we think of pentecost, we are naturally drawn to Acts 2 and the coming of the Holy Spirit. But this was actually the second pentecost.

Let us first examine the word "Pentecost". The word pentecost means "fiftieth" and refers to the fiftieth day after passover. Passover occurred in the first month. Pentecost was in the third month. In the old testament, what we call pentecost, was known as "Feast of Harvest", Exodus 23:16, and the "Feast of Weeks", Exodus 34:22. This feast was to be the day after the seventh sabbath, or the 50th day after passover. Leviticus 23:16

The men of Israel were to appear before the Lord three times in a year, Exodus 34:23. Israel was not to appear before God empty, Exodus 34:20. The 3 times Israel was to appear before the Lord, were the feast times: Passover, Feast of Weeks (Pentecost) and Ingathering (Feast of Tabernacles). These three feasts reveal the complete salvation plan of God. 

The Feasts of Israel are types and shadows of the coming of Jesus, the coming of the Holy Spirit and the coming of the ruling and reigning Christ Jesus. The Feast of Passover foretold the coming of Jesus; the Passover Lamb of God. The "Feast of Weeks" (Pentecost) was the coming of the spirit (Acts 2). The Holy Spirit was the second witness of Jesus. The Bible reveals that all things will be established out of the mouth of 2 or 3 witnesses. Jesus tells us that, when the Holy Spirit comes, He will testify of Him. John 15:26

The first witness was the Father. Twice He spoke, "This is My beloved Son." Matthew 3:17 and Matthew 17:5

God's salvation plan came into effect and the church began on the day of pentecost. The "Feast of Tabernacles", or the "Feast of Ingathering" is yet to be fulfilled. The "Feast of Tabernacles" will be fulfilled when we are called unto His very presence. 

The first pentecost was when God came to His people. The second pentecost was when He came upon His people, and the third pentecost will be when He comes into His people. To understand the "Third Pentecost" and the soon coming outpouring of the Holy Spirit in its fullness, we must look at the first pentecost.

Israel left Egypt on the 15th day of the first month. They came to Mt. Sinai in the third month, Exodus 19:1. God told Moses to prepare the people because He wanted to have a special meeting with them. He would come down on Mt. Sinai and speak directly to His people, Israel. God spoke to Moses that if His people would obey His voice and keep His covenant, they would be a peculiar treasure unto Him above all people. For the earth was His and He would make Israel a kingdom of priest and a Holy nation. Exodus 19:5-6

This same promise, God has made to His new covenant people. We are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a peculiar people, I Peter 2:9. Peter also stated that we are Living Stones building up a spiritual house, a Holy priesthood, to offer up spiritual sacrifices acceptable to God by Jesus Christ, I Peter 2:5. God has purposed in Himself to have a royal kingdom of priests and a holy nation. This is the Chosen generation that God's eternal desire will be fulfilled in.

The first pentecost was at Mt. Sinai when God spake to Israel by voice. There was much preparation to be made before God could speak to Israel. Moses came down from the mount after being in the presence of God, and told the people God's words. All the people answered and said, 

"All that the Lord hath spoken, we will do." Exodus 19:7-8

Then, as now, before God can speak directly to His people, they must be willing to be obedient to His Word. It was when Israel made this proclamation to be obedient to God's voice that Moses told the people to sanctify themselves today and tomorrow and wash their clothes because the third day God would come down in the sight of all the people upon Mount Sinai. Exodus 19:10-11

The people were to sanctify themselves for 2 days.  The word sanctify means "to set apart unto God". It has been less than two days since Jesus ascended from off the earth. Peter revealed, 

"A day is with the Lord as a thousand years and a thousand years as a day." II Peter 3:8

These two days that the people were to sanctify themselves, is a shadow of what Jesus spake in the New Testament. 

"And He said unto them, Go ye, and tell that fox, Behold, I cast out devils, and I do cures to day and to morrow, and the third day I shall be perfected." Luke 13:32

The third day of perfection . . . Jesus was speaking of the day He would be perfected (glorified) in His saints.

After the people came into obedience and were sanctified, they were to wash their clothes. Clothes, in the spiritual realm, represent flesh.

The Holy Spirit came on the day of pentecost and sat upon the flesh, Acts 2:3. It has been about 2 days since the cloven tongues of fire came upon the flesh for the cleansing of the flesh. Those 2 days Jesus spoke of, as the days of casting out demons and doing healings, are about to come to a close.

This was foretold in the 2 days of Israel, sanctifying themselves and washing their clothes. Israel had no way of cleansing their flesh (spiritually speaking). But that which was upon the flesh had to be cleansed.

Moses was to set bounds around the mountain. If any man or beast touched the mountain, they were to be stoned or shot through, Exodus 19:13. When the bounds were set and the people sanctified, then God descended with all His glory.

"And it came to pass on the third day in the morning, that there were thunders and lightnings, and a thick cloud upon the mount, and the voice of the trumpet exceeding loud; so that all the people that was in the camp trembled." Exodus 19:16

What a day for God's people when the Spirit of God, in all His Glory and Majesty, came upon that mountain in the presence of all His people!! 

"And Mount Sinai was altogether on a smoke because the Lord descended upon it in fire: and the smoke thereof ascended as the smoke of a furnace, and the whole mount quaked greatly.And when the voice of the trumpet sounded long, and waxed louder and louder, Moses spake, and God answered Him by a voice." Exodus 19:18-19

What a day that must have been for God's people, when all present heard the voice of God.

In the 20th chapter of Exodus, God spoke by voice the Ten Commandments. It was God's desire to speak continually with His people, Israel. But when Israel saw the thundering and the lightening and heard the noise of the trumpets and saw the smoking mountain, they removed themselves and stood afar off. Exodus 20:18

"And they said unto Moses, Speak thou with us, and we will hear; but let not God speak with us, lest we die." Exodus 20:19

Israel was not ready to stand before God in the flesh. They thought they were ready, but when the majesty of God came unto their presence, they could not stand, nor did they want to hear His voice. Many, today, think they are ready to stand before God in the flesh, but no flesh can survive in the presence of God. Paul wrote,

"That no flesh should glory in His presence." I Corinthians 1:29

Israel wanted Moses to speak to them and tell them what God wanted them to do. Man still wants to hear from man. Many will only receive that which comes from the pulpit. If God does speak, they take it to the man in the pulpit and if he does not agree or understand it, it is rejected. Israel, as many today, do not seek God on their own but they expect to receive all direction from man.

This was the first time in the Bible God revealed Himself in all His majesty and glory to His chosen people. But Israel rejected God's Voice, and it was not until 1,480 years later that the Voice spoke from heaven again, and proclaimed that

Mt. Sinai was the first pentecost where God revealed Himself and spoke with all His glory to His people, Israel. This was in the third month on the third day, Exodus 19:1. The third day and the third month are shadows of the pentecost that is to come. 

The day of pentecost came 50 days after the Feast of Passover. Jesus, the Passover Lamb, was killed the day before the Feast of Passover.

Just as the children of Israel were to kill the Passover lamb the evening before the angel passed over in Egypt Exodus 12:6. Jesus was killed and was buried in the evening before the feast. He laid in the tomb for 3 days and arose on the first day of the week.

"But, before Jesus' death, He proclaimed to His disciples, the promise of the Father. He told them to tarry in Jerusalem until they be endued with power from on high. Luke 24:49

After His resurrection, He walked on the earth for 40 days, Acts 1:3. On the 43rd day from passover, He ascended off the earth. Jesus was "taken up; and a cloud received Him out of their sight", Acts 1:9. That cloud was the same cloud that descended on Mt. Sinai. It was the glory of God's spiritual presence. 

The disciples returned to Jerusalem, which was a sabbath day's journey; or about 3/5 of a mile, or approximately a 20 minute walk, Acts 1:12. When arriving at Jerusalem, they went into the upper room. They remained there 7 days until the day of pentecost was fully come, Acts 2:14. And they continued with one accord in prayer and supplication. Acts 1:13-14

While in the upper room, Matthias was selected to be the 12th apostle to replace Judas Iscariot. Twelve is the number of God's perfect government. Eleven represents confusion. The Holy Spirit could not be poured out on confusion. God is not the God of confusion. I Corinthians 14:33

The day of pentecost had fully come and the promise of the Father was about to come as a mighty wind and was to fill the whole house. Only the 120 in the upper room would receive God's outpouring of the Holy Spirit.

The question arises, why would these 120 in the upper room receive this mighty outpouring of the spirit of God? The answer to that question is very simple. They were obedient. As Jesus spoke in Luke to those who would be the recipient of the gift of the Father, would be those who tarried in the city of Jerusalem until they were endued with power from on high. Only those who were obedient and were in Jerusalem in the upper room received this outpouring of the Holy Ghost. 

God told the children in the wilderness to sanctify themselves and wash their clothes. Those who were to receive the outpouring of the Holy Spirit in the upper room came together with prayer and supplication in one accord. For seven days prior to the day of pentecost, they sanctified their lives before God. This outpouring of the Holy Spirit was upon the flesh.

"And there appeared unto them cloven tongues like as of fire, and it sat upon each of them." Acts 2:3

On the day of pentecost, the cloven tongues of fire rested upon them. They were filled with the Holy Ghost and began to speak with other tongues. This filling of the spirit was from the outside in, not the inside out. This is very important to understand, because the "Third Pentecost" will be the time when the spirit comes to dwell in us forever. Jesus spoke in John,

"And I will pray the Father, and He shall give you another Comforter, that He may abide with you for ever; 

Even the Spirit of truth; whom the world cannot receive, because it seeth Him not, neither knoweth Him: but ye know Him; for He dwelleth with you, and shall be in you.

I will not leave you comfortless; I will come to you." John 14:16-18

Jesus said the Spirit of Truth was dwelling "with you and shall be in you". Then He said, "I will not leave you comfortless, I will come to you." 

He came to them on the day of pentecost but shall be in them when He comes to inhabit His temple. Hallelujah!

As further proof, the second pentecost came upon the flesh. Jesus told His disciples to 

"Tarry ye in the city of Jerusalem until ye be endued with power from on high." Luke 24:49

The word endued is the Greek word ENDUO which means "to clothe upon". The power was on the flesh as clothes are on the flesh. 

Jesus further stated,  "But ye shall be baptized with the Holy Ghost not many days hence." Acts 1:5

Baptism takes place on the outside of the body, whether water or spirit. This is why we still get goose bumps when the spirit is upon us.

Another statement Jesus made was that they would

"Receive power after that the Holy Ghost is come upon you." Acts 1:8

Jesus did not say "into you" but "upon you". On the day of pentecost, the cloven tongues of fire sat upon each of them, Acts 2:3. Paul revealed that the Holy Ghost is given unto us. Romans 5:5 

There is no indication that our relationship with the spirit has changed since the day of pentecost. The anointing is from the outside in. But the day is coming when God will come into His temple to inhabit it forever. Then the anointing will be from the inside out.

Many today, are frustrated just as Paul was. Paul had so much trouble with the flesh and cried out,

"O wretched man that I am! who shall deliver me from the body of this death?" Romans 7:24

Many, today, have been informed that they have come into the fullness of the spirit. Jesus spoke unto Nicodemus,

"That which is born of the flesh is flesh; and that which is born of the Spirit is Spirit." John 3:6

We have not yet been born of the spirit, but are still born of the flesh.

When the spirit comes in the fullness, the flesh will be consumed. This is why Israel could not come close to the mountain because their "adamic" flesh would have been consumed. The Lord said unto Moses, 

". . .Away, get thee down, and thou shalt come up, thou, and Aaron with thee: but let not the priests and the people break through to come up unto the Lord, lest He break forth upon them." Exodus 19:24

God said He would break forth on the people. The phrase break forth means "to completely raze, totally level or completely destroy". The mortal flesh cannot stand before the majesty of God. Paul wrote that we only have the earnest and the firstfruits of the spirit. It was the earnest (down payment) that came on the day of pentecost. If God had descended on the upper room as He did on Mt. Sinai, no flesh would have survived.

The writer of Hebrews states that "God is a consuming fire," Hebrews 12:29. On the day of pentecost, God did not come as a consuming fire, but rather as a cleansing fire and that fire was as cloven tongues sat upon the flesh. 

When the consuming fire comes, it will consume the flesh. This will take place when we are changed, in a moment, in the twinkling of an eye. When this corruptible puts on incorruption and the mortal puts on immortality, I Corinthians 15:52-53. Corruptible and mortal both refer to the body of flesh. The word corruptible means "that which will die and rot!"; the fleshly body.

No one has this changed body as yet, because this will happen at the last trumpet when the dead is raised incorruptible and we are changed, I Corinthians 15:52. At that time, God will inhabit His temple in a body not made with hands.

Stephen, under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, revealed, 

"The most High dwelleth not in temples made with hands." Acts 7:48. 

Paul revealed this same truth to the Athenians of Mars Hill.

"God that made the world and all things therein, seeing that He is Lord of heaven and earth, dwelleth not in temples made with hands." Acts 17:24

This body that we have was formed by God from the dust of the ground. Genesis 2:7

We were made by His hands. He is not going to dwell in a temple that is made by hands. But He will dwell in the house not made with hands when we are clothed upon with the spiritual house from above.

"For we know that if our earthly house of this tabernacle were dissolved, we have a building of God, an house not made with hands, eternal in the heavens. 
For in this we groan, earnestly desiring to be clothed upon with our house which is from heaven." II Corinthians 5:1-2

The word heaven is OURANOS and is where the birds fly or the same heavens that God created on the second day of creation.

"And God called the firmament Heaven...," Genesis 1:8. Then He said, "...The foul (birds) may fly above the earth in the open firmament of heaven." Genesis 1:20

At the creation, heaven was the area above the earth. Many times the body is referred to as earth. Just as the heaven was above the earth at creation, so is the spiritual realm above the flesh realm. The body made with hands was made from earth, Genesis 2:7. The heavenly realm is the realm over the earth realm. Heaven is the unlimited spiritual realm of God.

Most believe heaven is a place and those who die go to this place called heaven. But the word heaven appears over 575 times in the Bible and not one says we are going there. It does say we are going to be with God and He is in the heavens. A little study reveals that God is the spiritual realm.

So when Paul said, "We will be clothed upon with a house not made with hands", that is from heaven and eternal in the heavens, he is speaking of the changed body we will receive at the last trumpet. This will be our spiritual body. We have born the image of the earthly, and we will bear the image of the heavenly. I Corinthians 15:49

Exodus 20 is a foreshadow of the blowing of the trumpets and this body being changed. The blowing of the trumpets was on the third day. The change that will take place on this flesh will be on the third day, also. Paul spoke of this change. This will be the "Third Pentecost".

"Behold, I shew you a mystery; We shall not all sleep, but we shall all be changed, In a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trump: for the trumpet shall sound, and the dead shall be raised incorruptible, and we shall be changed. For this corruptible must put on incorruption, and this mortal must put on immortality.  So when this corruptible shall have put on incorruption, and this mortal shall have put on immortality, then shall be brought to pass the saying that is written, Death is swallowed up in victory." I Corinthians 15:51-54

This is when the temporal becomes the eternal and God will come to His temple to inhabit the temple that is completed from the living stones built up into a spiritual house. I Peter 2:5

This will be the fulfillment of the words of Jesus in John 14:17, when the spirit of truth that dwelt with you shall be in you.

This is when the anointing of God will be from the inside out and God will be glorified in His saints in that day, II Thessalonians 1:10. That day is the last day, or the third day from the time Jesus ascended off the earth. 

That day is also the millennium, or the 1000 years we will rule and reign with Christ. 

That day is also the seventh day of Creation. God entered into His rest on the seventh day, Genesis 2:2. And we, too, will enter into our rest the seventh day. Hebrews 4:5

Let us review Jesus' words to Nicodemus when He said,

"That which is born of flesh is flesh; and that which is born of the Spirit is spirit." John 3:6

We are still flesh and flesh is temporal. Spirit is eternal and there will be no eternal until this flesh is changed, the mortal is put off and the immortal takes its place. This will be when death is overcome and this temporal body is changed to an eternal body from flesh to spirit. When Paul stated,

"And as we have borne the image of the earthy, we shall also bear the image of the heavenly." I Corinthians 15:49

Paul was not talking about when we all get to heaven, but he was speaking of the change that was coming to this flesh. This will be when God comes to His temple to inhabit His people. Then we will truly understand.

"To whom God would make known what is the riches of the glory of this mystery among the Gentiles; which is Christ in you, the hope of Glory." Colossians 1:27

When Christ comes into us, this is our hope of God's glory. It is also our hope of life eternal in Him.

"For all flesh is as grass...The grass withereth, and the flower thereof falleth away." I Peter 1:24

There is no glory in the flesh. The only glory is in the spirit and we have so many promises of that glory being revealed in us. This revealed glory, so often spoken of in the Word, is God's spirit and the glory that is going to be revealed is His spirit in us.

God's coming glory is revealed in the scriptures. Paul wrote,

"For I reckon that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the Glory which shall be revealed in us." Romans 8:18

Paul first spoke of the sufferings of this present time. This was the outpouring of the spirit on the flesh for the cleansing of the flesh and when that process is complete, then God, in all His glory, will inhabit that cleansed vessel. If we defile that temple, then God will destroy it. I Corinthians 3:17

Paul said the glory "shall be revealed in us", SHALL is futuristic. Paul was a recipient of the earnest of the spirit as we are, but he saw the day of God's glory in His people.

Peter spake this same revelation, 

"Beloved, think it not strange concerning the fiery trial which is to try you, as though some strange thing happened unto you: But rejoice, inasmuch as ye are partakers of Christ's sufferings; that, when His glory shall be revealed, ye may be glad also with exceeding joy.  If ye be reproached for the name of Christ, happy are ye; for the spirit of glory and of God resteth upon you: on their part He is evil spoken of, but on your part He is glorified." I Peter 4:12-14

The "fiery trials" is the cloven tongues of fire that is on the flesh. We are to rejoice at this time when we are partakers of Christ's suffering, just as it was necessary for Jesus to suffer in the flesh. But when His glory is revealed, we are going to be glad with exceeding joy; when this cleansing process is complete and we have overcome the flesh.

In verse 14, Peter regresses from the former statement of "When His glory shall be revealed," to the present when he said, "For the spirit of glory and of God resteth upon you." This is the Holy Spirit anointing that is on our lives today. And is evil spoken of by those who refuse to receive. But on our part, He is glorified. Praise God!

Peter restated this in I Peter 1:5

"Who are kept by the power of God through faith unto salvation ready to be revealed in the last time."

He further states in I Peter 5:10

"But the God of all grace, who hath called us unto his eternal glory by Christ Jesus...",

Those whom receive His eternal glory will receive the changed body, and those will be the Chosen Ones who will make up 

His Body; who will make up His glorious Church; 

"That He might sanctify and cleanse it with the washing of water by the Word, That He might present it to Himself a glorious church, not having spot, or wrinkle, or any such thing; but that it should be holy and without blemish." Ephesians 5:26-27

Jesus came to bring many sons unto glory. Hebrews 2:10

Paul reveals in Ephesians 1:17-18

"That the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of Glory, may give unto you the spirit of wisdom and revelation in the knowledge of Him:
The eyes of your understanding being enlightened; that ye may know what is the hope of His calling, and what the riches of the glory of His inheritance in the saints."

Three is God's complete number. All things are complete in three and we will become complete (perfect) in the "Third Pentecost".

When we come into the kingdom, we will have experienced all three pentecosts. The first pentecost is when we come to the Lord. We know by His Word that no one comes to the Father except the Father calls. Jesus said, 

"Ye have not chosen Me but I have chosen you." John 15:16

The second pentecost is the time of the Word and Spirit cleansing the flesh. 

"The Third Pentecost" is when God, in all His glory, moves into His cleansed temple forever.

"Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love Him." I Corinthians 2:9

Which pentecost do we need in our lives? We MUST have all three!

God is looking for a people today, who will seek Him in the Word, in prayer and with their whole heart. We live in a marvelous time of God's revelation. Paul wrote that we may

"Be filled with the knowledge of His Will in all wisdom and spiritual understanding." Colossians 1:9

"The Lord whom ye seek, shall suddenly come to His temple." Malachi 3:1 

THE THIRD PENTECOST

Questions

1. What is our first though when Pentecost is mentioned? 
2. What will God fulfill in His people in this present day? 
3. What did man do after He sinned? 
4. What does the word Pentecost mean? 
5. What three feasts reveal the complete salvation plan of God? 
6. What are the three feasts types of?
7. The first Pentecost was when God came ___________ His people. The second Pentecost was when He came _____________ His people, and the third Pentecost will be when He comes ________________ His people. 
8. Before God can speak directly to His people, what must they be willing to do? 
9. What do clothes represent in the spiritual realm? 
10. Where was the first Pentecost, when God revealed Himself and spoke with all His glory to His people? (Exodus 19:1)
11. What event runs a parallel to the children of Israel killing the passover lamb, the evening before the Angel passed over Egypt?
12. What was the cloud that Jesus was taken up in at the time of His ascension and also the cloud that descended on Mt. Sinai? 
13. Why did only the 120 in the Upper Room receive the mighty outpouring of the Holy Spirit? 
14. Endued is from the Greek word "Enduo" which means what? 
15. When the spirit comes in its fullness, what will be consumed? 
16. Flesh is ______________ and spirit is ______________. 
17. What is God's number of completeness? 
18. When will we become complete (Perfect)? 
19. When is the third Pentecost? 
20. What Pentecost do we need in our lives? 

THE THIRD PENTECOST

Answer Key

1.What is our first though when Pentecost is mentioned? 
The outpouring of the Holy Spirit, spoken of in Acts 2
2. What will God fulfill in His people in this present day? 
His Word
3. What did man do after He sinned? 
He hid himself for he could no longer stand in God's presence
4. What does the word Pentecost mean? 
fiftieth
5. What three feasts reveal the complete salvation plan of God? 
(1) passover (2) Feast of weeks (Pentecost) (3) Ingathering 
(Feast of Tabernacles)
6. What are the three feasts types of? 
(1) The coming of Jesus (2) The coming of the Holy Spirit (3) The coming of the ruling and reigning Christ Jesus
7. The first Pentecost was when God came ___________ His people. The second Pentecost was when He came _____________ His people, and the third Pentecost will be when He comes ________________ His people. 
to, upon, into
8. Before God can speak directly to His people, what must they be willing to do?
Be obedient to His Word
9. What do clothes represent in the spiritual realm? 
The flesh
10. Where was the first Pentecost, when God revealed Himself and spoke with all His glory to His people? p 8 (Exodus 19:1)
Mt Sinai
11. What event runs a parallel to the children of Israel killing the passover lamb, the evening before the Angel passed over Egypt? p 9
Jesus being killed and buried the evening before the feast
12. What was the cloud that Jesus was taken up in at the time of His ascension and also the cloud that descended on Mt. Sinai? The glory of God's spiritual presence
13. Why did only the 120 in the Upper Room receive the mighty outpouring of the Holy Spirit? 
They were obedient and tarried in Jerusalem until they were endued with power from on high
14. Endued is from the Greek word "Enduo" which means what? 
To clothe upon
15. When the spirit comes in its fullness, what will be consumed? 
The flesh
16. Flesh is ______________ and spirit is ______________. 
Temporal, eternal
17. What is God's number of completeness? 
number 3
18. When will we become complete (Perfect)? 
We will become complete (perfect) in the third Pentecost
19. When is the third Pentecost? 
When God, in all His glory, moves into His cleansed temple forever
20. What Pentecost do we need in our lives? 
We must have all three

 


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