Acts 2:1 (TPT) On the day Pentecost was being fulfilled, all the disciples were gathered in one place.
Pentecost was one of Israel’s main feasts. The name is from pentekostos, which means “fiftieth,” since it was held on the 50th day after the Passover Sabbath. The “Day of Fifty” was the Jewish festival known as the Feast of Weeks, described in Lev. 23:15. “It was the feast of ingathering and so was peculiarly fitting to be the day of the beginning of the ingathering of all nations into God’s Church” (the birth of the Church). As never before, the gospel would go out from Jerusalem into all the world, to every tribe and every nation. It happened as believers were gathered in one place (in one accord KJV)—“no disharmony” “no scattering.” What wonderful work God can accomplish through us when we are united under the headship of Jesus Christ, led by the Holy Spirit, and walking in loving harmony together!