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Pentecost, Past, Present and Future by Dr. Trevor Neil Pentecost is not a religion. Read about its true meaning.
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Pentecost Past, Present andFuture
By
Dr. T.B. Neil, Ph.D., DD, RFM, CFLE
 © Copyrighted May 2005, Alberta Canada
Genesis Institute of Theology, Evangelism & Leadership
P.O. Box 5364 Ft. McMurray, Alberta, Canada T9H 3G6Phone: (780) 743-8648 Fax: (780) 743-8647e-mail: genesis.institute@shaw.caWebsite: www.genesis-institute.itcstore.com
 
Contents
Introduction ......................................................................................... 6Pre-Pentecost........................................................................................ 6 
The Origin of Israel’s Religion..........................................................6
Chapter One......................................................................................... 9 
Pentecost Past....................................................................................9
Chapter Two ...................................................................................... 28 
Daniel and Pentecost.......................................................................28
Chapter 3............................................................................................ 34 
The Illegal Covenant Rejected Pentecost........................................34
Chapter Four ..................................................................................... 37 
Pentecost to be Restored, not Temple Worship, in the Latter Days37
Chapter Five....................................................................................... 40 
Pentecost – Millennium Kingdom of Christ.....................................40
Chapter Six......................................................................................... 43
Pentecost and Times of the Gentiles................................................43
Chapter Seven .................................................................................... 46 
Pentecostal Doors Closed to all Gentiles..........................................46
Chapter Eight..................................................................................... 49 
The 24 Elders are Pentecostals.........................................................49
Chapter Twelve.................................................................................. 71 
The Final Pentecostal Harvest..........................................................71
 
Conclusions......................................................................................82
Chapter 13.......................................................................................... 84 
Significance of the Pentecost Festival..............................................84
Chapter 14.......................................................................................... 88 
1000 Years of Pentecostal Liberty...................................................88
Chapter 15.......................................................................................... 92 
Pentecost - Last Call to All...............................................................92
Chapter 16.......................................................................................... 95 
Pentecostal Altar...............................................................................95
Chapter 17.......................................................................................... 98 
A Summary of the Two Major Resurrections..................................98
Chapter 18........................................................................................ 100 
Summary Conclusion.....................................................................100
Conclusion:....................................................................................... 103Appendix........................................................................................... 104 
Charts and Diagrams......................................................................104
 
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Introduction
Pre-Pentecost
The Origin of Israel’s Religion
The world began with Adam and Eve. They worshippedthe true God until they fell in the Garden of Eden.Obedience to Satan started a new religion called “sonsof men”. “Sons of God” included Abel, Seth and Enos.Those who worshipped the true God are in Genesischapter five. Those that did not regard God are inGenesis chapter six.The flood expelled the ungodly and reserved those thatserved God for a better world. Noah and his three sonsrepopulated the earth. Origins of nations and their religions are in Genesis 10 and 11. God chose Abram,whose family was pagan. Separated from his paganbackground, God began to reveal to Abram a new faith. Abram received a divine call. Separated from hiskindred, he was guided by God on a pilgrimage of greatblessings.Promises and covenants made with Abram werecontingent on his obedience. Abram became the father of a new religion that worshipped the one, true God(Ge 5). God made Himself known to Abram as “AlmightyGod” and promised him generations of kings. Through Abram, Messianic prophecies would be promised andfulfilled in latter years. Abram’s father Terah wasidolatrous and served false gods (Jo 24:13-16). Godchanged the name Abram to Abraham.

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