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After Paul and the ship's crew were shipwrecked on the Island of Malta they are greeted with great hospitality from the islanders.  During which time the people were impressed with the miracle of Paul's snake bite and his ability to heal their people.  As a result in the midst of great trial, Paul was able to witness and win many to the Lord.  From there they head for trial in Rome.  Once again Paul took great risk and shared the good news with the Jews who were there.  This podcast concludes our study in Acts.  Next series will be in the Book of Daniel.

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Acts the Church on Fire Bible Study - Chapter 28 Application Principles pdf file.

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The Acts – Church on Fire Application Principles for Chapter 27 pdf file.

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In this chapter Paul sets sail for Rome to appear before Caesar.  They leave a little late in to the Winter season making sailing dangerous.  God inspires Paul to give advice to the ship’s Captain and the Roman Centurion that saved everyone’s lives.

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Acts - The Church on Fire Chapter 26 Application Principles pdf.

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In this Chapter the Apostle Paul is given the chance to speak freely to King Agrippa and share the gospel.

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How far will the devil go to keep a Christian from serving God?  The Apostle Paul experienced many things that the devil would attempt to keep him from doing the work of the Lord, but Paul never let it stop him.  He always found places to witness in those situations.  He trusted in his God who was bigger and smarter than anything the devil could bring against Paul, even unjust accusations in a court of law and time being held in prison.  No lawyer or accusers can stand up against God.

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Acts - The Church on Fire Chapter 25 Application Principles pdf file.

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We learn a great deal from Paul in how to handle ourselves when being accused of wrong doing when we have done nothing wrong.  He has kept a clear conscience that allows him to fight the battle easier.  Paul also teaches us that we need to know the law of the land so we are able to defend ourselves better if we have to be in court.  He shows us that even a Christian that has lived righteously can still have evil things spoken of them and must endure for the sake of Christ.  Paul also shows us that we must make the most of every occassion to witness for Christ.

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Acts - The Church on Fire Chapter 24 Application Principles pdf file.

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