Monthly Archives: July 2015

Shipwreck and Salvation

Yesterday morning we looked, in Acts 27, at the story of Paul’s journey to Rome which involved a shipwreck. We focused on the idea of the providence of God and on the importance of being reminded of God’s promises in … Continue reading

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Paul and Agrippa

This morning we looked at Paul’s speech before Agrippa in Acts 26. Among other things, we saw that: God can change everything quickly, our experience of salvation should lead us to trust in the power of the gospel, and coming … Continue reading

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Paul and Festus

Yesterday morning we looked at Paul’s trial before Festus in Acts 25. Among other things, we considered the fact that, while the world does not value Christianity, nevertheless God will vindicate himself and his people in the end. Last night … Continue reading

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Paul and Felix

Yesterday morning we looked at the trial of Paul before Felix in Acts 24. Among other things, we considered the ideas of suffering that we don’t understand and of the need to respond to conviction from the Holy Spirit. Last … Continue reading

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