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Tag Archives: Disciples Commission
(Acts 20:13-38) In these verses we see Paul hurrying to get to Jerusalem to try and be there by Pentecost Day. As he journeyed he came to a place near Ephesus named Miletus. While there he called for the elders … Continue reading
(Acts 8:4-8) It’s ironic how the actions of a few to stop something often leads to an expansion and growth of the very thing they tried to stop. Think about the actions of the Jewish elders and especially Saul who … Continue reading
(Acts 5:33-42) As humans we frequently generalize about all kinds of things. We make broad sweeping statements and too often it is wrong to do so. Paul pointed this out in the Bible when writing to Titus in Titus 1:12 … Continue reading
(Acts 5:21-26) Think about Jonah. He tried to escape from doing the work of The Lord by running away to sea. Did he get very far? Nope! The Lord brought a storm down, threatening to sink the boat Jonah was … Continue reading
(Acts 2:42-47) One of the key messages of the gospel in the New Testament is the need for fellowship. We see the purpose and focus of fellowship in these few verses in Acts 2 after the outpouring of the Holy … Continue reading
(Acts 1:15-26) Judas betrayed Jesus. He was selected by The Lord as one of the twelve knowing full well that he would betray Jesus. That was why he was chosen for it was necessary to fulfil the scriptures and prophecy … Continue reading
(John 4:31-38) This teaching is an interesting one as it appears bang in the middle of the teaching about the woman at the well. It is interesting because Jesus shows us here that no one person in God’s Kingdom can, … Continue reading
(John 1:43-51) We hear a lot about some of the disciples and early apostles. Some are held in high esteem by many in the churches. And yet we know there were twelve who were called to do the early work … Continue reading