Monthly Archives: February 2018

28 Days In Acts-Chapter 28

February 2013: As we come to the final chapter in Acts, we see Paul and the passengers of the ship, ship-wrecked on the island of Malta.  The natives were kind to them and helped warm them with a fire.  Paul … Continue reading

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28 Days In Acts- Chapter 27

February 2013: Paul, as a prisoner, was put on a ship for Italy, along with friends, sailors, centurions, and other prisoners.  The trip became dangerous.  Paul began to admonish the centurion that the voyage would cause damage to the ship … Continue reading

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28 Days In Acts- Chapter 26

As chapter 26 opens, Paul was given permission to speak for himself before Agrippa.  Agrippa was well acquainted with Jewish custom, as he controlled the temple treasury.  Paul addressed him by once again recounting his conversion on the road to … Continue reading

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28 Days In Acts- Chapter 25

February 2013: Festus arrived three days later.  After some time, the Jews who had come from Jerusalem, once again brought charges against Paul with no witnesses or evidence of any kind.  Paul respected the law and had not defiled the … Continue reading

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28 Days In Acts- Chapter 24

February 2013: After five days Ananias, some elders, and Tertullus (an attorney) went before the governor, Felix, and brought charges against Paul.  They complimented the governor in hopes he would grant them the favor of finding Paul guilty.  Paul was … Continue reading

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28 Days In Acts- Chapter 23

February 2013: Today, I want to look at some of the verses that stood out to me and made me think. Verse 1, Paul looked straight at the Sanhedrin and said, “My brothers, I have fulfilled my duty to God … Continue reading

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28 Days In Acts- Chapter 22

February 2013: Chapter 22 opens with Paul addressing the crowd, and when they heard him speak in an Hebraic language, they became quiet.  Paul let them know he was a Jew from Tarsus, but was raised in Jerusalem.  He told … Continue reading

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