1. We number our days not according to our timeframe but according to God’s work and his rhythms.
  2. Jesus fills us with the Spirit and sends us as sources of living water into the thirsting world.
  3. Through Christ we have the full outpouring of the Holy Spirit rather than the limited pouring out we see with Moses in our text.
  4. At the heart of Pentecost, the coming of the Holy Spirit launches the new Temple of the Lord, His holy Church.
  5. The Holy Spirit isn’t so much the one you look at, as he is the one who turns you from looking at yourself and your sin to your Savior, Jesus.
  6. On this episode of Preaching the Text, John Hoyum and Steve Paulson discuss the texts for Pentecost.
  7. The epistle text from Colossians 1 declares how the great drama of redemption and human history ends.
  8. As the church year ends, we are not give a vision of Jesus on His throne, ruling over a new creation. Instead, we see Jesus ruling from the cross. His grace comes in the midst of suffering and pain.
  9. We look forward to the return of Christ, which fills us with hope that there really is an end to this marathon called life.

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