Paul begins his third missionary journey. He doesn't establish any new churches, but visits churches previously planted
The conclusion of Paul's second missionary journey finds Paul in Corinth.
Paul presented Christ at Mar's Hill in Athens. There is much for us to learn about witnessing in this passage.
The Apostle Paul continued on his second missionary journey with great success, but much opposition from Christ rejecting Jews.
The conversion of the Philippian jailor and his household.
Paul and Barnabus have a falling out before the second missionary journey, but God made it a positive because there would now be two teams going out instead of one.…
The Judaizers wanted the newly converted Gentiles to follow Moses' Law in addition to receiving Christ. A meeting was called in Jerusalem to deal with the matter.
Paul's first missionary journey comes to a close. Persecution increased throughout the journey.
The last part of chapter 13 records the results of Paul's first message. The focus of ministry changed to the Gentiles. Jewish leaders filled with jealousy and envy stirred up…
The Apostle Paul preaches his first message in a synagogue in Antioch in Pisidia. It was very similar to Stephen's message in Acts 7. Christ was central in his preaching…
The Apostle Paul is now the main character replacing Peter. The Holy Spirit chooses the first missionaries and sends them out from the church of Antioch of Syria.
Bible Text: Acts 12: 1-25 | Preacher: Pastor Dennis | Series: Acts
Paul and Barnabus spend a year in Antioch of Syria teaching the Word of God. It is here that believers were first called Christians. Who coined the title? What does…
Peter rehearses for the Judaizers how God saved the Gentiles and gave them the same Holy Spirit as the Jews received when they received Christ.
The Holy Spirit falls upon the Gentiles the moment they repent and believe on Jesus. They spoke in tongues just like the Jews did in Acts 2.