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In Acts 25-26, Paul proclaims the gospel to Festus and Herod before heading to Rome. Acts will move all of us to be far more ready to share our testimony and shows us how.
What does it mean to repent? How can you tell when someone is truly sorry for what they’ve done? When have you done enough to prove that you’ve changed? What will repentance look like? You know that sorry isn’t enough. You’re not sure that you can ever forgive them. How can you tell if YOU are genuinely repentant over sin in your life?
GOD TURNS OBSTACLES INTO OPPORTUNITIES as Paul appeals to Caesar in Acts 25. In the midst of Paul’s first interaction with the new Governor Festus, God’s Word describes the unsaved’s hatefulness toward the Gospel, the lost’s enslavement to sin, and the need for Christians to grow deeper in their confidence in God’s sovereignty.
Three different aspects of why we should want to be effective managers of our home include being a faithful steward, a faithful obeyer, and a faithful doer.
Paul is tried by the Roman Governor FELIX. The prosecution is a slick lawyer (hired by the Sanhedrin) who wants Paul dead. What is amazing is looking at the entire court case from God’s perspective: it is actually FELIX who loses in God’s court. Governor Felix makes the worst mistake anyone, anywhere, could ever make.
We continue in our study of HIS WORD, in Acts, chapter 22-23, as Paul faces three days of danger, showing us how to live for the Lord Jesus Christ when under stress and more…
God has given us an amazing God-ordained role in marriage – to love our husband, to be our husband’s helper, and to allow him to lead us
We continue in our study of Acts, now in chapters 21 and 22 with Paul’s arrival and arrest. How does the Lord want you to react…when you do the Biblical thing but it all turns out wrong? In fact, you even get punished for doing the right thing. As Paul arrives and is arrested in Jerusalem, The Lord makes it clear that He desires humility and heralding, and a growing discernment on what’s most important, especially knowing how to deal with preferences. A powerful section of Acts you will not want to miss…
Acts 21 addresses COURAGE and CONVICTION. We now live in a day when believers cannot live for Christ without convictions and without courage, listen to see how you can develop both and not live by fear but live by faith.
Understanding and walking in our created purpose not only sets the foundation for our role as mother but it is the way we get the desired results from our role as mom.
We expose what the bible says about WHO IS IN CHARGE of our CHURCH and what
Christ expects the CHURCH TO DO with unrepentant so called Christians. A special
sermon on God’s Sovereignty, the Bible’s Authority, Sanctification, dealing with sin,
concentrating on the importance of marriage and moral purity.
As Paul talks to his beloved friends and fellow workers, the elders of Ephesus, he shares the truth about their importance of their heart in ministry to people. More important than a Fathers work, a mother’s schooling, a students study, a believers ministry and a preachers sermon is THE CONDITION OF YOUR HEART. this week acts 20