Tag Archives: Pentecost

How did believers experience the Holy Spirit in the Old Testament? [Re-post]

David Murray, Professor of Old Testament & Practical Theology at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, has posted a couple of interesting thoughts over the past few days. They might be questions that not many of us have considered, but they have a knock-on effect on how we view the eternal work and ministry of the Spirit. […]

What Happened at Pentecost? [Re-post]

What happened at Pentecost? Wasn’t it the day the Holy Spirit was invented? It seems to be quite a common view that after the ascension, as the Disciples waited for the ‘Counsellor’ (John 14:16), they had no idea who they were expecting as it was something completely new to them! So, were the Disciples the […]

How did believers experience the Holy Spirit in the Old Testament?

David Murray, Professor of Old Testament & Practical Theology at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, has posted a couple of interesting thoughts over the past few days. They might be questions that not many of us have considered, but they have a knock-on effect on how we view the eternal work and ministry of the Spirit. David outlines John […]

What Happened at Pentecost?

What happened at Pentecost? Wasn’t it the day the Holy Spirit was invented? It seems to be quite a common view that after the ascension, as the Disciples waited for the ‘Counsellor’ (John 14:16), they had no idea who they were expecting as it was something completely new to them! So, were the Disciples the first […]