• Barbara Brittain

BBQ on the beach

In his sermon for Pentecost John included three fires.

The first fire was being used by people to warm themselves, Peter, one of Jesus' disciples, stood near and was asked three times if he was a follower of Jesus and three times he denied it.

The second time was on the beach where Jesus used a fire to cook fish for the disciples. Three times Jesus asked Peter if he loved him and Peter said he did three times, showing that Peter was restored.

The third fire was on the day of Pentecost, where Peter, inflamed by the Holy Spirit, preached to the crowd and thousands of people turned to following Jesus.

Just like Peter, we too can love Jesus and be filled with the Holy Spirit.

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