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The Pentecostal Significance of Numbers 11

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Numbers 11 describes a very significant interconnectedness of the Spirit of God and leadership/ministry of God's people and prophetic activity. This is established as the LORD answered the first great need of Moses in leading the people of Israel on the journey through the wilderness of the Promised Land with a special demonstration of his Spirit. The empowering of the 70 elders accompanied by a prophetic experience foreshadowed the Acts 2— Pentecost event. Therefore, Number 11 should be considered as the foundational Charismatic/Pentecostal passage in the Old Testament.

Affiliations: 1: Assemblies of God Theological Seminary, 1435 N. Glenstone Avenue, Springfield, MO 65802, USA, Email: RCOTTON@AGSeminary.edu

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