They devoted themselves to the apostles' teaching and to the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer.

Pentecost: God Changed His Address

Beginning with Moses and the Tabernacle and culminiating in the temples built by Solomon and Herod, God dwelt amongst his people in a place built by human hands. On a special day, fifty days after Jesus’ resurrection, God changed his address.

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At the Father’s Right Hand

The hand was very symbolic in the ancient world representing an individual’s authority and serving as the instrument that carried out a person’s intentions. From Pharaoh to Caesar to Christ, the right hand was a symbol of authority and “to be seated at the right-hand” a place of honor.

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Doubting Thomas

Today, if anyone has a tendency to be hesitant or skeptical of a situation, they are labeled as a “Doubting Thomas”. Is this a fair label to hang on this disciple of Jesus or should he be remembered in a different light?

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