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1Peter 1:1-2:2


Acts 28


Acts 27

How do you react when tragedy strikes? Do you get mad at God? Do you panic? This section of Acts teaches us how to keep calm and see God in the midst of terrible circumstances

Acts 25:1-26

To escape means to use your own power to avoid trouble. Deliverance means God uses His power to take you out of trouble. It

Acts 24

How his accusers acted, and how Paul responded can teach us lessons when we face trials

Acts 22-23

I think many of us struggle with the direction of our lives


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Acts 21

Sometimes God destines for us to go through tough times too

Acts 20

In his missionary journeys Paul has faced lots of problems

Acts 19

How do you picture the Devil? Is a funny-looking guy in a red suit with horns and a pitchfork? Is he an all powerful force, which you are incapable of resisting? In truth, neither is accurate.

Acts 18


Acts 17

Today we are going to see two groups of people who treat the knowledge of God

Acts 16

Today we find our friends: Paul and Silas, singing their way out of jail. And it

Acts 14

Paul faced long odds and serious injuries: but kept going. We too can take hope from his example as we battle for our King and Lord: Jesus Christ against a very tough and ruthless enemy: Lucifer, the Devil himself.

Acts 13

We see Paul & Barnabus receive a job from God

Acts 12

Peter finds himself alone in prison - but he is not really alone. Sometimes in life we feel like we're boxed in with no where to turn. God comes to us and helps us escape from our prisons too.


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Acts 10

Feelings eventually become views, which held long and firm enough become opinions

Acts 8

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Acts 7

We find Stephen, a powerful witness for Jesus, contending with men of a synagogue made up of freed slaves. When they cannot win against his arguments, they hire others to lie about Stephen to the rulers of the day


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