Sermons on Acts
The end of Acts is just the beginning of the mission of the Church. So, let us share the unbound gospel wherever the Lord plants us.
In a world that offers so many opportunities to lose heart, be careful to notice the many expressions of God’s faithfulness.
The many aspects of being a faithful witness for Christ from being respectful in times of rejection to explaining the gospel message to praying for lost souls.
Having a clear conscience before God and man means we speak and live according to the truth while never putting off obeying the truth.
God’s work done in God’s way never lacks God’s provision.
Paul’s personal testimony offers us reminders about being wholly surrendered to God.
When dealing with opposition to your Christian character or the work of God, be willing to be humble and loving.
The church that lives in submission to the Holy Spirit will gather together for instruction and fellowship, be pastored by Spirit formed elders, and trust the Lord in all circumstances.
Sometimes making disciples means doing ordinary things like following up, filling in gaps and evangelizing. Sometimes making disciples might also include extraordinary things that can only be explained by God’s power.
Because God is faithful to us, especially in times of difficulty, we should respond with faithful service to Him.