During this Easter, as we read to Chyella from our Jesus Storybook Bible, we were struck by the length of time between Jesus’ resurrection and the coming of the Holy Spirit. How many questions the disciples must have had!
After celebrating Easter morning, and hanging around for a while, Jesus left. Much like us now, the disciples sheltered in-place, waiting on something to change—waiting on God to move at Pentecost. It struck us how we have, in many ways globally, been brought back to such a moment.
So why don’t we, like them, focus on prayer? Until this year’s Pentecost on May 31, let’s return to what makes us a community together in Jesus, and ask to be empowered, waiting and listening. Who knows what may happen?
We’ve created a devotional for the month of May leading up to Pentecost (May 31). If you’d like to join us in reading, praying and listening together, please take our Pentecost Devotional.
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Love to you all!
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On Sun, May 3, 2020 at 2:11 PM Bakers in Madagascar wrote:
> nandtbaker2013 posted: ” During this Easter, as we read to Chyella from > our Jesus Storybook Bible, we were struck by the length of time between > Jesus’ resurrection and the coming of the Holy Spirit. How many questions > the disciples must have had! After celebrating Easter morn” >
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Thank you Ted! Thanks for joining us in this devotional!