Pentecost

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Fifty days after the [[Resurrection]], on the exising Jewish feast of Pentecost, while the [[apostles|disciples]] and many other followers of [[Jesus Christ]] were gathered together to pray, the [[Holy Spirit]] descended upon them in the form of "cloven tongues of fire," with the sound of a mighty rushing wind, and they began to speak in languages that they did not know.  There were many visitors from the Jewish diaspora to Jerusalem at that time for the Jewish observance of the feast, and they were astonished to hear these untaught fisherman speaking praises to God in their alien tongues. This account is detailed in the [[Acts of the Apostles]], chapter 2.
 
Fifty days after the [[Resurrection]], on the exising Jewish feast of Pentecost, while the [[apostles|disciples]] and many other followers of [[Jesus Christ]] were gathered together to pray, the [[Holy Spirit]] descended upon them in the form of "cloven tongues of fire," with the sound of a mighty rushing wind, and they began to speak in languages that they did not know.  There were many visitors from the Jewish diaspora to Jerusalem at that time for the Jewish observance of the feast, and they were astonished to hear these untaught fisherman speaking praises to God in their alien tongues. This account is detailed in the [[Acts of the Apostles]], chapter 2.
 
 
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Holy Pentecost

Pentecost is one of the Great Feasts of the Orthodox Church, celebrated fifty days after Pascha (thus always falling on a Sunday).

Fifty days after the Resurrection, on the exising Jewish feast of Pentecost, while the disciples and many other followers of Jesus Christ were gathered together to pray, the Holy Spirit descended upon them in the form of "cloven tongues of fire," with the sound of a mighty rushing wind, and they began to speak in languages that they did not know. There were many visitors from the Jewish diaspora to Jerusalem at that time for the Jewish observance of the feast, and they were astonished to hear these untaught fisherman speaking praises to God in their alien tongues. This account is detailed in the Acts of the Apostles, chapter 2.

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