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How many days did the apostles pray in the upper room?

Last Updated: 2nd June, 2020

during their ten days together. “After Christ's ascension, the disciples were gathered together in one place to make humble supplication to God. And after ten days of heart searching and self-examination, the way was prepared for the Holy Spirit to enter the cleansed, consecrated soul temples” (Evangelism, p. 698).

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Consequently, how many were in the upper room on the day of Pentecost?

120 people

Also, how many days did the disciples wait for Pentecost? For some Protestants, the nine days between Ascension Day, and Pentecost are set aside as a time of fasting and universal prayer in honor of the disciples' time of prayer and unity awaiting the Holy Spirit.

Also, did Pentecost happen in the Upper Room?

In Christian tradition, the room was not only the site of the Last Supper (i.e. the Cenacle), but the room in which the Holy Spirit alighted upon the eleven apostles after Pentecost. It is sometimes thought to be the place where the apostles stayed in Jerusalem.

What does the Upper Room represent?

In short “The upper roomrepresents a place of prayer. A secret quiet time and place that you prepare and set aside for the habitation of your Lord and Master.

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