Tag Archives: Acts

The Gospel Unchained

Acts 28:17-31 For two whole years Paul stayed there in his own rented house and welcomed all who came to see him. He proclaimed the kingdom of God and taught about the Lord Jesus Christ—with all boldness and without hindrance! Acts 28:30-31 Luke … Continue reading

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Paul’s Adventures in Malta

Acts 28:1-16 It was a cold and rainy day when the 276 souls arrived on the island of Malta after the shipwreck, and the people on the island were very kind to them, seeing to their needs. Since it was … Continue reading

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Shipwrecked!

Acts 27:27-44 The storm had been going on 14 days, and the crew and passengers, 276 in all had not eaten. The crew discovered that they were most likely approaching land, but since it was night, they could see nothing, … Continue reading

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Perils of the Sea

Acts 27:1-26 We know from the text that Luke was with Paul on the trip to Rome; no one else who might have been with Paul on the voyage is named in the text. In the first 12 verses, Luke … Continue reading

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God’s Plan Unfolds

Acts 25:13-26:32 Apparently Festus was troubled by Paul’s case; here was this guy Paul who had done nothing against Roman law, being held in his jail. He had been accused of terrible crimes by the Jewish authorities in Jerusalem, the … Continue reading

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A Series of Curious Events

Acts 24:1-25:12 When the Jewish officials arrived in Caesarea, they presented a vague and flimsy case to Felix; there really isn’t any other way to describe it (24:1-9). If the Jews had known about the letter Felix had already received … Continue reading

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Conspiracies, Plots and Politics

Acts 23:12-35 When Paul returned to Jerusalem after his third missionary journey, there was a spirit abroad in the city; it was the spirit of evil. After the ridiculous behavior of the Sanhedrin in the last scene, a new plot … Continue reading

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