The early church began with a handful of disciples who within a few years “turned the world upside down” with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. How did they do it? In his new series on the book of Acts, Dr. Robert Jeffress will help you harness the same, extraordinary power of the Holy Spirit that allowed the early church to become an “Unstoppable Power” for God
Introduction: Today, we begin our study of the book of Acts that records the supernatural birth
Today, we are going to look at the birth of the Church of Jesus Christ and why every Christian can celebrate the priceless “birthday favor” that was distributed that day to every true follower of Jesus Christ
Today, we are going to explore the first miracle ever performed in the church that resulted in the healing of a lame man. Does God still heal people today? If so, why doesn’t He heal everyone who asks? We will discover the answer to those questions and more in Acts 3.
Today, we have come to another of many “firsts” in the book of Acts: the first instance of persecution because of the proclamation of the gospel. As we observe how Peter and John reacted to the threats of the religious leaders, we can learn some important principles for how to react when – not if – persecution comes.
God takes sin in the church seriously. In today’s passage from the book of Acts, we will examine the first instance of sin in the early church and discover the timeless truths for how God continues to deal with disobedient believers today.
Are Christians being persecuted for their faith today? In some parts of the world, yes. But in other countries like the United States, persecution begins subtly and grows incrementally — just as it did in the First Century, as we will see in today’s passage.
As our nation continues to be increasingly polarized, church splits – and even lawsuits – seem to be happening more frequently among believers. Today, we are going to examine the first disagreement in the history of the church and how the members responded to it.
Opposition to the gospel of Jesus Christ is at times subtle, while at other times opposition is blatant as illustrated in today’s passage. Acts 7 records the death of the first Christian in history and provides a model for how Christians should respond to the inevitable attacks from unbelievers.
The first – and only – person called an “evangelist” in the Bible was not a paid professional apostle or pastor, but a layperson named Philip. Today, we are going to discover how God used this ordinary Christian in an extraordinary way to be the first person to take the gospel beyond the city limits of Jerusalem.
Is there any sin for which God can never forgive a person? Is there any failure that disqualifies a person from being powerfully used by God? Both questions are answered clearly from today’s study of the most dramatic conversion in the history of Christianity.
Our study of Acts has led us to a milestone event in the history of the church – the salvation of the first Gentile. As we look at the miraculous story of a centurion named Cornelius, we will discover three truths about how God saves those who have never heard about Jesus Christ
Creativity is essential for success in every area of life — including the ministry. Today, we are going to look at a portrait of two churches who experienced God’s blessing because they were willing to “color outside the lines” when it came to reaching people with the Gospel.
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davidsheep88: Hello and how are we all ;D ? working hard but personal promblems
Jun 24, 2022 1:07:32 GMT
davidsheep88: fix them all got things done.
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Anna: That's what you do davidssheep88. You plow through and get it done. ::lxQP6r:: If you need prayers, we have a section for that, and it seems to stay busy w/ guests in there. ::SRtMXu::
Jun 24, 2022 7:14:21 GMT
Anna: The Prayer request section has been moved. It is no longer included with the Praise section. I've been wanting to do that for a long time. I'm such a procrastinator. It's why we can't have nice things.
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Anna: I hope all Americans are having a very nice Happy 4th of July weekend. Sorry I haven't been on much, I haven't been home much. ::Mp9fJC::
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Anna: Getting closer to the weekend. ::n8Rcdq::
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Anna: I hope everyone is having a nice weekend. ::gPBcdD::
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davidsheep88: Hello there having A good day.
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Anna: I hope ya'll are enjoying the music tonight. ::iFtk3E::
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Anna: I hope everyone is resting in body spirit and mind; at least 2 out of 3.
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