Continuing with the Acts of the Apostles and two chapters in 1 Samuel.
Acts 2, at the day of Pentecost the Holy Spirit arrived, and that day was at least 15 different tongues spoken. Peter stood up and delivered his first sermon, a powerful one with about 3000 new converts. These were good times and the believers were in good fellowship with each other.
1 Samuel 3 tells of Samuel’s first prophecy, a prophesy against Eli and his sons, for Eli failed to restrain them.
1 Samuel 4, the Philistines capture the Ark of God. Soon after Eli died, and Phineas died and his wife gave birth to Ichabod, which means “No Glory” for the glory had departed from Israel.