The prophets universally agree that at the end of this age, God will restore Israel—the nation, the kingdom, the monarchy, the Temple—everything He originally promised to the children of Abraham. The apostles understood that the coming of Yeshua didn’t change that; in fact, He will accomplish all of this, in time.
When Muslims walled up the two portals of the eastern gate in the ninth century, Christians took note of the prophecy in Ezekiel 44:1-2: “This gate shall be shut; it shall not be opened, and no one shall enter by it, for the LORD God of Israel has entered by it; therefore it shall be shut.”
The Bible says, “When the day of Pentecost had come, they were all together in one place” (Acts 2:1). Where was that one place? Tradition places the receiving of the Spirit on Pentecost in the upper room of Acts 1.
In biblical Hebrew, “tongue” is idiomatic for “language.” Hebrew uses the word “lip” in a similar fashion. The Hebrew word “lip (safah, ×©×¤×”)” can also mean a language. If Luke had chosen to use the word “lips” instead of “tongues” in Acts 2:4, Pentecostal Christians today would seek after the gift of speaking in lips.