The phemen of Pentecost is one of the most debated issues in the Church worldtoday. The so-called Pentecostals have made it an issue of tongues orsupernatural acts of one kind or ather. Others have made it an issue of dress, i.e.what kind of clothing should be or should t be worn, mainly by women.The term glossolalia, a combination of two Greek New Testament words meaning tospeak and tongues, has been used by many to define Pentecost. Although it is stated in Acts 2:4 and other places that they all spake with other tongues, speaking with tongues in and of itself does t define the fulfillment of the Feast of Pentecost about which we read in the New Testament. In fact, those who define the fulfillment of Pentecost in the manner I have described above should t call themselves Pentecostal at all, for they have missed the very heart of the matter. They have made Pentecost a man made movement rather than a reality of Salvation, which is fulfilled in Christ. In so doing, they have divided, weakened, and robbed the Body ofChrist of the true greatness of our Salvation.It is the desire of the author and all who contributed to this work, to set before thereader, whose heart hungers for the Truth, the true richness of Pentecost as fulfilled inChrist. May the Spirit of Pentecost lead and guide all who read with a heart that isturned to kw Christ in all of His glorious fullness.