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Yes, God is speaking to you!
Every time we open the Scriptures and read from them, God speaks to us!
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Acts Chapter 2
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1 On the day of the seven weeks, they were all together. 2 Suddenly there was a voice from heaven, like the sound of a mighty gust of wind, and it filled the whole house where they sat. 3 Then they saw tongues of flames, scattered and resting on each one. 4 And all the spirit of the sanctuary was filled, and they began to speak in other tongues, as the Spirit gave them to speak.
In Jerusalem there were Jews who feared God from all people and people under heaven. When this voice was heard, they gathered together with a rabbi and all were embarrassed, for every man heard them speaking in his own language. 9 They were filled with astonishment and astonishment, and said, "All these words are cylindrical, 8 and how do we all hear in the language of his homeland?" 9 Pratim We and Medim, the gods and inhabitants of Mesopotamia, the inhabitants of Judah and Cappadocia and Pontus and Asia, Rome, who live here, 11 Jews and Jews, and Jews and Arabs -
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and here we hear them tell us the greatness of God in our tongues! "
All were astonished and embarrassed. They said to each other, "What is this supposed to be?" 13 But others mocked and said, "They are full of wine." 14 And when Peter stood with the eleventh, he spoke, and said to them, "Jewish people, and all the inhabitants of Jerusalem, know this, and listen to what I say: These people are not drunk, as you believe, for it is nine o'clock in the morning. Yoel the prophet:
17 And it came to pass at the end of days, saith God,
I will pour out my spirit upon all flesh
And your sons and daughters prophesied;
Your boys will see visions
And your elders dream of a whale.
18 And also of my servants and of my servants in the days of the beast
I will pour out my spirit and prophesy.
19 And I gave signs in heaven above
And signs in the land below,
Blood and fire and smoke.
20 The sun shall become darkness and the moon into blood
Before the coming of the great and terrible day of the Lord.
21 And all that he shall call upon the name of Jehovah shall be saved.
22 The people of Israel heard these things: Jesus of Nazareth, a man who was ordained for you by God, with greatness and miracles, and with the signs which God made in you, as you yourselves know; 23 He who shut down according to the firm counsel of God, and knowing him in advance, whom you took, and by the wicked, crucified and killed. 24 And God resurrected His death, for death could not stop him. 25 David says about him:
"The Lord has always answered me,
For on my right is Bel Amot.
26 Therefore my heart is glad, and my glory is revealed,
My flesh shall dwell safely,
27 For my soul shall not leave to inquire,
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Do not let your followers see hay.
28 Let me know that I have lived,
Seven are glad for your face. '
29 Brothers, we can tell you with confidence that our father David is dead and buried, and his grave is with us to this day. 30 For he was a prophet, and knew that God had sworn to him that he would sit down from the fruit of his loins on his throne, 31 foreseeing the resurrection of the Messiah, that he had not been left to seek his soul. 32 Jesus was raised up by God, and we are witnesses to this. 33 And after he had delivered to the right hand of God, and received from the Father the spirit of the sanctifying sanctuary, he poured it out as you see and hear. 34 David did not ascend to heaven, but he says:
35 The LORD said to my lord, Sit on my right hand
Until the blood of your enemies is brought to your feet. '
36 Therefore the whole house of Israel knew clearly that God put the Lord and the Christ Jesus Christ, whom you crucified. "
37 When people were very sad in their hearts, they said to Kafka and the rest of the apostles: "People are brothers, what should we do?"
38 Peter said to them, "Repent and baptize each of you in the name of Jesus Christ to forgive your sins, and you shall receive the gift of the Holy Spirit." 39 For you have the promise and your children and all those far away.
40 In many other words, he testified to them and urged them: "Bequeathed from this rebellious generation!" 41 Those who accepted his word were baptized, and on that day some three thousand souls were added. 42 They were diligent in the teachings of the apostles, about the bonding, about the cutting of bread, and about the prayers. 43 Every soul was filled with awe and wonders, and many signs were made by the apostles. 44 All the believers were together, and all they had were drinkers. 45 They sold their possessions and possessions, and divided them into all, for every man as they consumed. 46 Every day they continued to be one heart in the temple, and they would cut the bread in their homes, eat their food with joy, and their daughter to heart, and praise God. They liked the whole people, and the gentleman added them to the venerable every day.