Draw near to God during the week with our daily devotional.
The one who once killed Christians for their faith in Jesus would now give up his life for Jesus.
Paul would touch many lives during this two-year imprisonment.
In the face of fierce adversity, Paul continued to trust in God.
Paul found himself in chains, a prisoner of the state, all because of his faith in Jesus.
Paul returned to Jerusalem despite knowing that persecution awaited him there.
Reflect the lives of the early believers.
Paul’s only desire was to “finish the race and complete the task” which the Lord Jesus had given to him.
This story shows how men who are alienated from God make all life centered around the material.
Despite fierce opposition, Paul continued to declare the Good News of Jesus to anybody that would listen.
A disciple is one who responds in faith to the gracious call to follow Jesus Christ.
For in Him we live and move and have our being.
Trust in God’s character, whose ways you may not understand at the time.
Paul and his companions were open to whatever the Holy Spirit had planned for them.
Take the time to pray and ask God for guidance along life’s journey.
We all owe a great debt of gratitude to those who came before us and chose to invest in us spiritually.
Even strong, mature believers may not agree on everything.
The council issued a decision, declaring that the Gentile Christians would not be forced to become Jews first.
Are you a bold witness for Christ?