This is the Story of Pentecost. Read it in the Bible here:
After you’ve watched the video, read the full story in the Bible, then use the questions to help you think about the story of Pentecost.
- How did the video make you feel? Did you know whose story it was?
- How did the video impact how you read the full Bible story?
- What did you learn about God from the story?
- What did you learn about yourself from the story?
- What now? Will this story change how you live?
Suitable for use in a youth organisation, Bible Study group or small group, the ‘Story’ resources can help people work through a Bible story in a new and fresh way. Get the conversation started by downloading the resources now:
Click here to download the video of the story of Pentecost. When the video screen appears, right click and ‘Save video as…’ (or equivalent) to download.
The story of Pentecost is amazing. Everyone who was there was able to hear the Gospel and understand it in in their own language. Those of us who have the Bible in our own language often take it for granted that we can read and understand what God’s Word. Unfortunately, many people around the world don’t have a copy of the Bible in their language. Currently 1.5 billion people worldwide do not have the full Bible in their language and 246 million people have no scriptures in their own language at all.
The Bible Society in Northern Ireland helps to raise vital funds for Bible Societies around the world translating the scriptures into many different languages. One of these projects can be found in Argentina. Currently the people of West Toba, Argentina, only have the New Testament translated into the Toba language. Now, after years of having only the New Testament, the community has expressed their want to have the whole Bible and translation has begun.
The Bible Society in Northern Ireland is delighted to be supporting this project in 2019. To find out more click here.