The Christian’s Superpower | Acts 2:14-17a, 22-23, 32-33

The popular game show and cultural weather vane, The Family Feud, posed the question: “Name a superpower you wish you had.” Coming in at number four was the ability to become invisible. Number three was x-ray vision,
followed by psychic powers or mind reading at number two. And the number one, most desired superpower? Survey says, the ability to fly. No more traffic jams! But there is a superpower the survey missed, and it totally eclipses all other superpowers. What’s more, it’s not a superpower that exists only in comic books and wishful thinking. This superpower is the ability to communicate with the Supreme God of the Universe. Even better, whenever we want! Better still, He will listen and answer! This superpower is not pie in the sky. It is the privilege and province of every Christian. It is the Holy Spirit, who resides in the heart of every believer. This morning, with the account of Pentecost as our context, we are going to examine more closely the third person of the Triune God, who he is, what he does for us, and how we can draw upon His power and grace to walk more closely and effectively with our God.


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