God works in patterns. In the Old Testament, Moses met with God on the mountain on the fiftieth day after Israel’s deliverance from Egypt. In this meeting, God came down in fire and thick smoke from where He spoke audibly – a foreshadowing of the day of the outpouring of the Holy Spirit. On this day when the Law of sin and death was given, three thousand people were slain because of their sin. On the day of Pentecost, the promised Holy Spirit of life in Christ Jesus descended with fire and a mighty rushing wind and in absolute contrast to the day the Law was given, three thousand people were saved. When people established the city of Babel and built a tower to reach God, it was symbolic of human fleshly religion but God thwarted this by confusing their language. On the day of Pentecost, God established the heavenly city, the one which Abraham was looking for, the Bride of Christ, the New Jerusalem, giving them a new heavenly language. As there are three Lords (Father, Son and Holy Spirit), there are also three baptisms. When a person gets born again, he/she gets baptized into the Body of Christ (first baptism). After salvation follows the second baptism in water, symbolizing what the Spirit did by placing the person in the Body of Christ. The third baptism is when Jesus baptizes the person with the Holy Spirit. The person of the Holy Spirit, the third person in the Holy Trinity, is our awesome gift from Jesus, making us limitless supernatural beings, fully identified with Him, enabled to do His works. This gift means that we always have someone with us, we will always have a place where we belong, we will always have some Godly works so do as well as the power therefor. We need to practice the gifts of the Spirit in our services, for instance speaking in other tongues or languages, messages in tongues and interpretation, revelation, prophecy, and singing psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs to edify one another.