Acts

# 3 “Discerning God’s Call”

Discerning God’s particular call is not the first thing in the Christian life. Responding to His general call is 1st. Receive Jesus as your Savior, etc. Then we learn more of God’s general call for us. 1. Make disciples 2. Be filled with the Holy Spirit We need to...

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#4- Acts 14:19-28 Grace For God’s Call

2 Timothy 2:1 You therefore, my son, be strong in the grace that is in Christ Jesus. Be strong- endunamoō- en-doo-nam-o'-o- to empower:—enable, (increase in) strength (-en), be (make) strong, to receive strength. Acts 14:26 26From there they sailed to Antioch, where...

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Acts 2:42-47 Live Simply, Love Sincerely

QUESTION: How does someone become great at what they do? ANSWER: By focusing on that one thing. Christian F. Hebbel- “Nothing great in the world has ever been accomplished without passion.” The early church lived simply before God. They loved God and people sincerely....

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Acts 2:42-47 Simple, Powerful Christian Living

I. Continued Steadfastly V. 42 A. Continued Steadfastly- proskartereo - to adhere to one; to persevere and not to faint; to show one's self courageous: – to "hold on to" something. Here, it’s a "continuous" sense of "holding on". See also Acts 1:14; 2:46; 6:4 B. How...

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Acts 20:22-24 Finishing God’s Call

I. Paul’s View Of His Own Life A. A Bondslave Of Jesus 1. Paul considered himself tied to Jesus, and to the will of Jesus V. 22 2. Paul, a doulos…from the word deo-to tie or bind Romans 1:1 Paul, a bondservant (doulos)of Jesus Christ, called to be an apostle,...

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Acts1:12-26 The Quiet Beginning Of Greatness

1:12 Sabbath day’s journey- the distance determined by Jewish religious leaders to be allowable for traveling on the Sabbath. The Sabbath was a day of rest for the Jews, and so they determined what was or wasn’t an allowable distance to travel. They returned to...

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Acts1:12-26 The Quiet Road To Greatness

1:12 Sabbath day’s journey- the distance determined by Jewish religious leaders to be allowable for traveling on the Sabbath. The Sabbath was a day of rest for the Jews, and so they determined what was or wasn’t an allowable distance to travel. They returned to...

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