Paul at Ephesus, Acts 19 20

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Paul shares the complete gospel with those in Ephesus.

The Holy Spirit fills the disciples and they are baptized in Him.

You have to have the real deal, to cast out demons. 

Like in the past, we have to make sure, we don’t pick up false gods and idols.

Paul lays hands on the kid, who fell 3 stories to the ground, but by the power of the Lord, Paul prayed for him and he didn’t die.

Paul gives a heart felt last talk to those in Ephesus. He said, he was innocent of the blood of all men. WOW! 

Let’s do the same, by telling others about Jesus every opportunity we get.

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Paul’s 3rd Missionary Journey, Acts 17 18

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Paul travels to Thessalonica, Berea, Athens and Corinth.

His sermon on Mars Hill.

His 3rd missionary journey.

Paul continues to go to the Jews first, but once they show they won’t listen to reason, he takes the message to the gentiles.

Roman rulers won’t punish the new converts so, the Jews take matters into their own hands.

Paul notices that the Corinthians have idols worshippers among them.

The gospel, in spite of persecution, spreads. 

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Acts 15 16 Jerusalem Council

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 This episode starts with the council at Jerusalem and James giving proper insight and judgement.

Paul’s 2nd missionary journey and split with Barnabas.

The Macedonian woman beckons them to come her way.

The first converts in Europe.

Paul and Silas imprisoned and beaten, but released and asked not to start a fuss. Paul was a Roman, who shouldn’t have been beaten and thrown in prison.

The jailer gets the benefit of Paul’s being in prison, his entire family is saved.

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The Gospel To The World, Acts 13, 14

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Paul and Barnabas go on their first missionary journey.

Healing a lame man from his mother’s womb.

Paul gets up after being stoned.

Paul turns to the Gentiles.

The new disciples were being continually filled with joy and the Holy Spirit.

Paul and Barnabas take no credit for the miracles, but instead let the listeners know, it is the Lord God who heals, to those who believe on the name Jesus.

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Prison Doors Opened, Acts 11 12 ready

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 In this episode we see that God is not a respecter of person. He came that all might be free.

NO doors well be kept closed, if the Lord wants you to walk through them.

The word will go forth as we are obedient to His call.

The name Christians began in Antioch.

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The Conversion Of Saul, Acts 9, 10

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This episode lets us know, nothing is impossible with The Lord, when it comes to forgiveness.

Saul is forgiven and begins his life of serving Christ.

Peter becomes that rock and stands out as man of great power and authority.

Cornelius finds out that being faith to God has it’s rewards, not only to him, but to his family and friends as well.

Gentiles are not left out of the plan of salvation, we hear the Good-News.

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Stephen Stoned For His Belief, Acts 7, 8

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 In this episode, we learn that we will be persecuted for our faith, maybe not stoned, but certainly laughed at and not taken seriously.

When we remind people of who Jesus is, it convicts them.

Once the gospel goes out, it will not return void, but it will save folk and it will create miracles in their lives.

Listening to the Spirit of God is so very important. Phillip hear from the Lord and he acted on it. The Ethiopian Eunuch would not have been saved, had it not been for the obedience of Phillip listening and obeying the Spirit.

We must do the same today. Act on His word, His power and His command.

The word will spread no other way, than you and I telling people about Him.

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