19 December 2021
The sovereignty of God in the life of Paul is shown in a storm-caused shipwreck in Paul’s sea voyage to Rome. So anchor your life in Jesus Christ to be saved.
5 December 2021
Determined to kill Paul, a group of Jews plotted to kill him in Jerusalem,
but the plot was exposed and Paul was sent to Caesarea to be judged by
Felix, the governor.
28 November 2021
Having an overwhelming desire to see his countrymen won the Christ Paul returns to Jerusalem but in doing so is confronted by the hostility of the unbelieving Jews. His
attempt to share his faith before the Sanhedrin is not successful and he remains in prison.
21 November 2021
Paul speaks of being all things to all men to save them: that commitment may lead to unusual behaviour, surely to be criticized by some and heralded by others. But the most severe criticism can lead to anarchy when the lawless rebellion of people who refuse to abide by rules and authority.
3 October 2021
1. Conflict over circumcision and the law. (vv 1-3)
2. Conference at Jerusalem (vv 4-12)
3. The conclusion to the matter (vv 12-35)
26 September 2021
After the difficulties Paul and Barnabas had in Antioch in preaching the gospel they travelled to Iconium. From there they travelled Lystra where Paul was stoned. They also preached in Derbe before they returned to Antioch (Syria) through the cities they had previously travelled.
12 September 2021
Salvation comes through the preaching of the gospel of Christ and forgiveness of sins is through Christ’s atonement alone.
5 September 2021
Acts 13:12 “When the proconsul saw what had happened, he believed, for he was amazed at the teaching about the Lord.”
22 August 2021
The church was shattered by the death of James and was called to pray at the imprisonment of Peter. In a miraculous way Peter escaped from prison and was welcomed by the church. After the death of King Agrippa the church continued to grow.