In the book of the Acts of the Apostles the arrival of the Holy Spirit happens fifty days after the resurrection of the Christ, and is celebrated in Christendom with the feast of Pentecost.
When did you first receive the gifts of the Holy Spirit?
Baptized People receive the indwelling or gift of the Holy Spirit when they are baptized, immersed, according to Acts 2:38. Acts 2:39 said it would be perpetuated to all generations. This is what the Bible teaches and this is what we practice.
When did Jesus first promise to send the Holy Spirit?
Jesus talked to the *disciples about the promise of the *Holy Spirit just before he died. John records it for us, in John chapters 14-16. Jesus promised that the *Holy Spirit would teach the *disciples. The *Holy Spirit would help them to remember what Jesus had taught them (John 14:26).
When did God first send the Holy Spirit?
Pentecost was a Jewish festival fifty days after the Passover. Jesus was crucified during the Passover celebration. Seven weeks later, on the day of Pentecost, the risen Lord Jesus fulfilled the promise he had made in John 15:26—namely, that he would send the Holy Spirit.
Did the Apostles receive the Holy Spirit at Pentecost or before?
The tenor of Jesus' final teaching conversation with His Apostles in the upper room indicates that they are true believers before the coming of the Spirit at Pentecost. Although Holy Spirit came at Pentecost in a new epochal way, He was present before then. Jesus essentially said: “You know Him because He's with you.
Why is it important to receive the baptism of the Holy Spirit?
Jesus Christ taught that everyone must be baptized of water and of the Spirit (the Holy Ghost) for the remission, or forgiveness, of sins. Through baptism by one who holds priesthood authority and through receiving the Holy Ghost, you will be spiritually reborn.