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The Pentecost Story

Here we present the Pentecost story, and its effects on the lives of those who lived it. As you read it, we hope you can be stirred in your heart to know that the same effects of the gospel are being experienced now by communities of believers around the world.

This is the story of the last week leading up to the crucifixion of Yahshua,1 his resurrection, and the phenomenal effect of the first public proclamation of his radical message by his disciples on the day of Pentecost (Shavuot).

It is written from the perspective of Joseph, a Levite from Cyprus, who was undoubtedly an eye witness of these events.

Although this story is fictional in the sense that most of Joseph’s personal story is not told in the Scriptures, it has been carefully reconstructed from details that have been preserved in the Bible and other sacred writings, in accord with the spirit of the teachings of Yahshua.

Thunderclap Pentecost Story

Therefore, it is a truthful story that reveals the very heart of our Creator, the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, and his great love for Abraham’s offspring in sending Yahshua to redeem them from their crippling iniquities. We earnestly hope it will speak to the descendants of Abraham today.

Here is a quote from inside the Pentecost Story...

Truly they were first fruits of a brand new Israel, free of guilt, and full of faith and love for one another.

But what would they do now? Having utterly surrendered their lives in obedience to the clear gospel they had heard that day, they could not just return to their homes and go on with life as usual. They were forever bonded to the apostles and to one another in a lifelong covenant of love.

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