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Power to Preach (Part A) Philip was a gifted evangelist, given a keener spiritual sense to detect when, where and what to say to people who had not given their lives to Christ. We saw Philip evangelizing on a large scale in Samaria, but now the Lord sent him to preach in the desert, where there was a sinner ready to listen, an Ethiopian, he believed the gospel and was baptized. Then, Philip preached his way up the coast to Caesarea.
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Power to Preach (Part A) Philip was a gifted evangelist, given a keener spiritual sense to detect when, where and what to say to people who had not given their lives to Christ. We saw Philip evangelizing on a large scale in Samaria, but now the Lord sent him to preach in the desert, where there was a sinner ready to listen, an Ethiopian, he believed the gospel and was baptized. Then, Philip preached his way up the coast to Caesarea.
Power to Preach (Part C) As Satan tried to crush and destroy the early church neither he nor the Christians who were being persecuted and fleeing Jerusalem realized at the time that the fleeing Christians were actually winning to conflict because they were converting more to Christianity by spreading the Gospel. In Samaria Philip made converts, then two apostles were dispatched to validate or negate the movement. They authenticated and joined the work but also rebuked a man name Simon for tying to buy God’s power.
Power to Preach (Part B) As Satan tried to crush and destroy the early church neither he nor the Christians who were being persecuted and fleeing Jerusalem realized at the time that the fleeing Christians were actually winning to conflict because they were converting more to Christianity by spreading the Gospel. In Samaria Philip made converts, then two apostles were dispatched to validate or negate the movement. They authenticated and joined the work but also rebuked a man name Simon for tying to buy God’s power.
Power to Preach (Part A) As Satan tried to crush and destroy the early church neither he nor the Christians who were being persecuted and fleeing Jerusalem realized at the time that the fleeing Christians were actually winning to conflict because they were converting more to Christianity by spreading the Gospel. In Samaria Philip made converts, then two apostles were dispatched to validate or negate the movement. They authenticated and joined the work but also rebuked a man name Simon for tying to buy God’s power.
Persecuted to Preach (Part B) Satan’s attempt to silence the voice of the truth from Christians now spreads from the murder of Stephen to attacks on Christians living in Jerusalem. This persecution will be used by God to spread the gospel beyond the borders of Jerusalem and to other peoples also. Philip, who we met in chapter six, becomes an evangelist, spreading the gospel to Samaritans, a people in religious and cultural conflict with the Jewish people and Judaism.
Persecuted to Preach (Part A) Satan’s attempt to silence the voice of the truth from Christians now spreads from the murder of Stephen to attacks on Christians living in Jerusalem. This persecution will be used by God to spread the gospel beyond the borders of Jerusalem and to other peoples also. Philip, who we met in chapter six, becomes an evangelist, spreading the gospel to Samaritans, a people in religious and cultural conflict with the Jewish people and Judaism.
Satan’s Blunder (Part C) To Satan, the ministry of Stephen was toxic. He demonstrated that not only was Jesus the Messiah according to the Hebrew Scripture, but also that they as a people routinely killed those whom God sent to them. Their zeal for God collapsed under the weight of a fanaticism that refused to be God led. Satan got them to kill Stephen but it was a blunder because it served to spread the gospel and stir a man named Saul to the point where God would reach him, converting him from persecutor into the great apostle Paul.
Satan’s Blunder (Part B) To Satan, the ministry of Stephen was toxic. He demonstrated that not only was Jesus the Messiah according to the Hebrew Scripture, but also that they as a people routinely killed those whom God sent to them. Their zeal for God collapsed under the weight of a fanaticism that refused to be God led. Satan got them to kill Stephen but it was a blunder because it served to spread the gospel and stir a man named Saul to the point where God would reach him, converting him from persecutor into the great apostle Paul.
Satan’s Blunder (Part A) To Satan, the ministry of Stephen was toxic. He demonstrated that not only was Jesus the Messiah according to the Hebrew Scripture, but also that they as a people routinely killed those whom God sent to them. Their zeal for God collapsed under the weight of a fanaticism that refused to be God led. Satan got them to kill Stephen but it was a blunder because it served to spread the gospel and stir a man named Saul to the point where God would reach him, converting him from persecutor into the great apostle Paul.
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