The Promise of the Holy Spirit

Act 1:1  Dear Theophilus: In my first book I wrote about all the things that Jesus did and taught from the time he began his work
Act 1:2  until the day he was taken up to heaven. Before he was taken up, he gave instructions by the power of the Holy Spirit to the men he had chosen as his apostles.
Act 1:3  For forty days after his death he appeared to them many times in ways that proved beyond doubt that he was alive. They saw him, and he talked with them about the Kingdom of God.
Act 1:4  And when they came together, he gave them this order: “Do not leave Jerusalem, but wait for the gift I told you about, the gift my Father promised.
Act 1:5  John baptized with water, but in a few days you will be baptized with the Holy Spirit.”
The Ascension
Act 1:6  When the apostles met together with Jesus, they asked him, “Lord, will you at this time give the Kingdom back to Israel?”
Act 1:7  Jesus said to them, “The times and occasions are set by my Father’s own authority, and it is not for you to know when they will be.
Act 1:8  But when the Holy Spirit comes upon you, you will be filled with power, and you will be witnesses for me in Jerusalem, in all of Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.”
Act 1:9  After saying this, he was taken up to heaven as they watched him, and a cloud hid him from their sight.
Act 1:10  They still had their eyes fixed on the sky as he went away, when two men dressed in white suddenly stood beside them
Act 1:11  and said, “Galileans, why are you standing there looking up at the sky? This Jesus, who was taken from you into heaven, will come back in the same way that you saw him go to heaven.”

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Our Lord told the disciples the work they were to do. The apostles met together at Jerusalem; Christ having ordered them not to depart thence, but to wait for the pouring out of the Holy Spirit. This would be a baptism by the Holy Ghost, giving them power to work miracles, and enlightening and sanctifying their souls. This confirms the Divine promise, and encourages us to depend upon it, that we have heard it from Christ; for in Him all the promises of God are yea and amen.     MHCC

To whom can the holy God be compared?

To whom can the holy God be compared? Is there anyone else like him?
Look up at the sky! Who created the stars you see? The one who leads them out like an army, he knows how many there are and calls each one by name! His power is so great—not one of them is ever missing!
Israel, why then do you complain that the LORD doesn’t know your troubles or care if you suffer injustice?
Don’t you know? Haven’t you heard? The LORD is the everlasting God; he created all the world. He never grows tired or weary. No one understands his thoughts.
He strengthens those who are weak and tired.
Even those who are young grow weak; young people can fall exhausted.
But those who trust in the LORD for help will find their strength renewed. They will rise on wings like eagles; they will run and not get weary; they will walk and not grow weak.    Isa 40:25-  GNB.

But they that wait upon the LORD shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint.  Isa 40:31 kjv.