Acts 2:10 Phrygia and Pamphylia, Egypt a

Acts 2:10

Phrygia and Pamphylia, Egypt and the parts of Libya near Cyrene; visitors from Rome …

So who else did God make sure would witness the move of His Spirit?

People from Phrygia – the aborigines from Turkey. They saw the Spirit and however they responded the next generations from this region became believers for we know that several bishops were present at the Councils of Nice, AD 325 and of Constantinople in AD 381.

People from Pamphylia – again modern day Turkey. They saw the Spirit and however they responded the next generation from this region became believers for we know that Paul preached in the capital Perga (Acts13:13)

People from Egypt. They saw the Spirit and however they responded the end time generation from this region though it’s history was idolatrous will become converted. Isaiah prophesies in 19:25. “Blessed is Egypt My people …”

People from Libya. They saw the Spirit and however they responded the end time generation from this region are definitely going to be at the centre of end-time activity (Daniel 11:40-45).

People from Rome. They saw the Spirit and however they responded the end time generation from this region have always been prophesied of in the way that it will be an end-time empire in a chain of empires who bring oppression to God’s people.

These people all saw the move of the Spirit and subsequent generations were effected positively or not.
How has the move of God’s Spirit as you have witnessed it effected your next generation?
What will come after you? What legacy will you leave?
It would appear that any move of the Spirit that you witness or partake in is not solely for you but that others are definitely in the mind of God, even to the end of the age.

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