Discussions on “Acts”

Acts: Chapter 20

In Chapter 19, we left Paul in Ephesus having been involved in a riot. The town clerk restored order and the disciples were unscathed.

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Acts: Chapter 17

The apostle Paul’s 2nd Journey with fellow travellers, Silas and Timothy, continues.

The next stop was Thessalonica, a Grecian city with enough Jewish residents to warrant a Synagogue. You may have noticed that although Paul was keen to spread the gospel to the gentiles, he usually began by contacting the Jewish community.

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Acts: Chapter 19

There were very few people at Winton House for the Bible reading group this time. We recommend the experience of reading the Bible in a group, and discussing together. Anybody will be made welcome.

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Acts: Chapter 18

Paul continues his journey and meets with others who are keen to help him preach the word of God through an understanding of the teachings, and death and resurrection of Jesus.

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Acts: Chapter 16

Paul began his second missionary journey at the end of Acts 15 and was now keen to visit the other believers that he had last seen some five years before.

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Acts: Chapter 15

This chapter highlights the problems that arose between the Jews and the Gentiles (non-Jews) who had become Christians.

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Acts: Chapter 14

Having been thrown out of Antioch in Pisidia, Paul and Barnabas went to Iconium. They preached in the synagogue. Verse 1 records that Jews, gentiles and Greeks believed but the Jews stirred up the gentiles and the apostles fled to Lystra and Derbe.

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Acts: Chapter 12

The growing interest in the teachings of Jesus, as proclaimed by the believers, led to a great deal of persecution of those who were called Christians.

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Acts: Chapter 11

After staying with Cornelius at Caesarea for a few days Peter, and the believers who travelled with him, went on to Jerusalem.

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Acts: Chapter 10

In this chapter we see how Peter is shown that salvation is not just for the Jews but for all people who believe in God and his purpose with mankind through the life, death and resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ.

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