In this second message of the “Holy Spirit” series, Pastor Pete explained the meaning of two of the three major holidays on the Jewish calendar: Passover and Pentecost. In the Old Testament, Passover celebrates when God spared the lives of the sons of the Israelites who put lamb’s blood over their doors during the plague in Egypt. This was a foreshadowing of what Jesus would do for us. Jesus, who is our Passover lamb that came to fulfill the Old Testament law and holidays, was crucified on Passover. Pentecost, which means ‘fiftieth’, is observed fifty days after Passover and celebrates the day that God wrote His law on tablets of stone in the Old Testament. In the New Testament, the Holy Spirit was poured out on the Church on Pentecost, fifty days after Jesus died for us. And this time, God wrote his law on our hearts and gave us His power to make a difference. The Holy Spirit empowers us to live righteously, supernaturally, and on mission to accomplish the things God created us to do.