We notice the evangelism style of the Apostle Paul in this chapter. He’s not like modern day evangelicals, who preach at people and offend them with their approach.
Death on the front end of Acts 5, and new life at the closing. Which will you choose? Choose life, there is more blessing that way.
How do you share your faith with others? Will your faith story tell others about Jesus?
We learn through Acts 3 that God’s Spirit is on the move and He brings healing, wholeness and joy as a result.
So often we look at Acts 2 merely as the beginning of the church, which is important, but we can easily miss the character of God displayed through His supernatural generosity, His supernatural boldness, leading us to supernatural repentance, and creates a supernatural community as a result.
We look to the character of God so that we have a firm foundation to stand on when all around us is crumbling. Join us each week as we walk through the Book of Acts together.
Comparison is a killer. It kills your joy, it kills relationships, it kills marriages, it kills your purposes in the world.
Fear grows when we give it power. You no longer need to be afraid. Stand courageous before the Lord and let His grace empower you.
We spend so much time on wasted words. It’s so easy to think of the negative rather than the positive. Complaining is our default mechanism because of our sin nature. We can learn to quit on complaining by analyzing our complaining habits. Join us as we walk through Philippians 2 together.
You don’t need to keep making excuses, because no one cares how good your excuses are. Jesus tells a story in Luke 14 where people give excuses instead of coming to the Master’s banquet. He is saying that our excuses have no place in the Kingdom of God. In order to grow in faith, we need to quit making excuses.