Hello, you have a lot of different passages here and you are kind of running them all together. First thing to do is clear up each passage and their meaning most of them do not mean what you ask about them.
33 What you should want most is God’s kingdom and doing what he wants you to do. Then he will give you all these other things you need.
This passage tells us that God’s Kingdom should be what we want when we worship and when we are part of any religion the kingdom/government is what we are searching for. This is God's plan and using the kingdom to provide salvation to all mankind should become the most important thing in our lives. This is indeed the information that come out of Jesus Christ and was preached around the world as Good News. Another point is relayed in the passage above is to learn the laws written in the Bible and try to live by them this is the message from Jesus Christ who preached these things. Under this conditions God will provided the things you need.
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9 He said to them, “I can guarantee this truth: Some people who are standing here will not die until they see the kingdom of God arrive with power.”
This is a very interesting passage people living in Jesus' lifetime will get to view the power of the kingdom through the preaching work that he did. As the preaching work spread all over the world, we can watch its influence on the hearts of millions of people, different races, and cultures all accepted and followed the Good News of Jesus Christ and the Kingdom of God as it's only hope. This means since the first century as told to us in the Bible now in the 21st century, we see wild religious conversion and people everywhere becoming Christians all based on the Bible of the life and time of Jesus of Nazareth that became the Messiah/Christ. What information helps us see how the power of the kingdom was used in the first century?
1 Corinthians 2:4
4 And my preaching was very plain, not with a lot of oratory and human wisdom, but the Holy Spirit’s power was in my words, proving to those who heard them that the message was from God.
1 Thessalonians 1:5
5 For when we brought you the Good News, it was not just meaningless chatter to you; no, you listened with great interest. What we told you produced a powerful effect upon you, for the Holy Spirit gave you great and full assurance that what we said was true. And you know how our very lives were further proof to you of the truth of our message.
2 suddenly there was a sound like the roaring of a mighty windstorm in the skies above them and it filled the house where they were meeting. 3 Then, what looked like flames or tongues of fire appeared and settled on their heads. 4 And everyone present was filled with the Holy Spirit and began speaking in languages they didn’t know, for the Holy Spirit gave them this ability.
This passage tells the power that the Holy Spirit has and what it can do to people the receives it. The people began to preach in foreign languages to those within the city a skill that they did not have before. This power displayed was clearly what the Holy Spirit truly is and not a person in anyway. It was used to connect with the brain and released languages in a certain region in which it enabled the people to speak just one foreign language.
5 “John baptized you with water,” he reminded them, “but you shall be baptized with the Holy Spirit* in just a few days.”
- Acts 1:5 with water, or “in water.” with the Holy Spirit, or “in the Holy Spirit.”
This s a prophecy that tells of the Holy Spirit being used as a means of BAPTISM; this is a feature of Christianity. The result means that the Holy Spirit will guide the preaching and teaching work done by followers of Jesus Christ. This is important that the Holy Spirit is a mark that is acknowledged with all of Christian followers, Revelation 7:3. Another very important point is that at the Second Coming of Christ when the gathering of all the Chosen Ones is done, they are search in the hearts of each one for the seal of the Holy Spirit, 2 Corinthians 1:21-22. What is another passage in the Bible that tells us the effect we have of receiving the Holy Spirit?
25 So you must stop telling lies. “You must always speak the truth to each other,” because we all belong to each other in the same body. 26 “When you are angry, don’t let that anger make you sin,” and don’t stay angry all day. 27 Don’t give the devil a way to defeat you. 28 Whoever has been stealing must stop it and start working. They must use their hands for doing something good. Then they will have something to share with those who are poor.
29 When you talk, don’t say anything bad. But say the good things that people need—whatever will help them grow stronger. Then what you say will be a blessing to those who hear you. 30 And don’t make the Holy Spirit sad. God gave you his Spirit as proof that you belong to him and that he will keep you safe until the day he makes you free.