Tag Archives: New Testament

Study on Galatians (1:3-6)

Galatians 1:3-6 Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ, who gave Himself for our sins so that He might rescue us from this present evil age, according to the will of our God … Continue reading

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Acts 15- Acts in 28 Days

Acts 15   At the beginning of chapter 15, we see that the people of Antioch were receiving false information about Salvation and Paul and Barnabas debated with these false teachers.  The believers in Antioch appointed a team, which included … Continue reading

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Acts 14- Acts in 28 Days

Day 14 As chapter 14 opens, Paul and Barnabas went to the Jewish synagogue. They “spoke so effectively that a great number of Jews and Greeks believed.” There were some Jews who refused to believe and they began causing trouble … Continue reading

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Day 13- 28 Days in Acts

Day 13 In the thirteenth chapter of Acts we see that there were prophets and teachers fasting and worshiping the Lord and the Holy Spirit spoke to them to “Set apart for me Barnabas and Saul for the work to … Continue reading

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Day 12- 28 Days in Acts

Day 12 In Acts 12,  we se that King Herod has arrested some of the believers of the Church.  James, the brother of John, has been put to death, and it pleased some of the Jews, so Herod had Peter … Continue reading

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Acts 1- 28 Days in Acts

Day 1 In Acts   Some of the points that stood out to me in the first chapter of Acts: In verse 3, we see that Jesus was with them for 40 days and “spoke of the kingdom of God”. … Continue reading

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Day 11- Acts in 28 Days

Day 11   In Chapter 11 we see that Peter explained his actions to the Jewish (circumcised) believers who criticized him for fellowshipping with Gentiles.  Peter described to them his vision and how he came to the home of Cornelius.  … Continue reading

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