He answered, "You don't need to know the dates or the times; the Father has kept these under his own authority.
But you will receive power when the Ruach HaKodesh comes upon you; you will be my witnesses both in Yerushalayim and in all Y'hudah and Shomron, indeed to the ends of the earth!"
After saying this, he was taken up before their eyes; and a cloud hid him from their sight.
As they were staring into the sky after him, suddenly they saw two men dressed in white standing next to them.
The men said, "You Galileans! Why are you standing, staring into space? This Yeshua, who has been taken away from you into heaven, will come back to you in just the same way as you saw him go into heaven."
Then they returned the Shabbat-walk distance from the Mount of Olives to Yerushalayim.
After entering the city, they went to the upstairs room where they were staying. The names of the emissaries were Kefa, Ya'akov, Yochanan, Andrew, Philip, T'oma, Bar-Talmai, Mattityahu, Ya'akov Ben-Halfai, Shim'on "the Zealot," and Y'hudah Ben-Ya'akov.
These all devoted themselves single-mindedly to prayer, along with some women, including Miryam (Yeshua's mother), and his brothers.
During this period, when the group of believers numbered about 120, Kefa stood up and addressed his fellow-believers:
"Brothers, the Ruach HaKodesh spoke in advance through David about Y'hudah, and these words of the Tanakh had to be fulfilled. He was guide for those who arrested Yeshua -
he was one of us and had been assigned a part in our work."