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Acts 26:28 – Romans 2:23 The lesson found in Acts 27 is, by far, my most favorite story in the book of Acts.  The heading explains that Paul, in a perilous voyage, travels to Rome. The season is late fall, sometime in the middle of October.  Winter is fast approaching, and “sailing was now dangerous.” […]

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Acts 22:4 – Acts 26:28 One of my least favorite teenage phases is called the “almost” phase. My oldest son, Caleb, was expert at this phase.  It went something like this.  I would text, “Are you coming home?” His reply?  “Almost.” My question, “Have you finished your homework?” His reply, “Almost.” Me, “Is your room […]

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Acts 18:9 – Acts 22:4 In the book of Acts we read of a man name Ananias and his wife, Sapphira, who were members of the church.  They sold a piece of property and promised to lay the money they earned from that property at the feet of the Apostles.  However, at the last minute […]

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Acts 14:15 – Acts 18:9 The book of Acts includes two verses about a woman named Lydia, a seller of purple. We don’t know much about Lydia.  The scriptures simply tell us that she was a woman who worshipped God. One Sabbath day Paul and Timothy, two disciples of the Lord, went to preach at […]

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Acts 10:27 – Acts 14:15 In Acts, chapter twelve, we learn an interesting lesson on prayer. The chapter begins with the news that King Herod had killed James, the brother of John, with a sword. Because the killing of James pleased the Jews so greatly, Herod took Peter into custody also. It was his intention […]

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