You rambled on and on about nonsense. I see it struck a heretical nerve.What does Acts 2:33 say or are you so blind you only see what you want to see?
Jesus pours out the Holy Spirit (Acts 2:33).
The "promise" of the Holy Spirit is the Holy Spirit.
Mounce's Complete Expository Dictionary of Old and New Testament Words: Jesus tells the disciples that he is sending "the promise of the Father" to them, and then in Acts 1:4 this thought is resumed when the disciples are instructed to remain in Jerusalem and await "the promise of the Father." In Acts 2:33 it becomes explicit that in this case "the promise of the Father" is the Holy Spirit as Luke records Peter saying in his Pentecost sermon: "having received the promise of the Holy Spirit from the Father, he has poured out this that you see and hear." (Promise, page 542)