Paul seized every opportunity to testify that God has sent His Son, Jesus, for the salvation of all people. He didn’t need a pulpit, or platform, or a special occasion to let others know about the saving grace God provided through Jesus Christ. Even as he is arrested, he took advantage of the situation to tell others what God has done for all of us.
We should never make excuses for not telling others what Jesus has done for us personally.
As we read through the book of Acts, it is everywhere apparent that courage is always important in the Christian life, but never more than when your loyalty to the faith will lead to hardship in your life.
Acts 21:1-14 gives us insight as to how we should respond to doing God’s will even when we know trouble lies ahead because of it.
The basis of the scripture this morning is that Paul felt compelled by the Holy Spirit to go to Jerusalem.
Have you ever felt led of the Lord to do something? If so, then you know what Paul was feeling!
In these verses, the great apostle teaches us what a believer does when he or she is compelled by the Holy Spirit as we see a powerful lesson of dedication, determination, and steadfastness.
When you became a Christian, Jesus set you free. But what does that freedom really mean, and how is it different from the freedom we celebrate on Independence Day?
If you want to cultivate a heart that is centered on the love of God, it is important to consider what the Bible has to say on the topic of Christian liberty.