Paul 12-Paul’s Final Years

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Paul 12As soon as Paul was released from prison, he went right back to work promoting the cause of Christ. But the spiritual climate soon changed and he found himself a hunted man. None of this deterred him in his efforts to win souls for Christ. View video or listen to audio.

 

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Paul 11-Into the Hands of Nero

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Paul-11Paul’s two years under house arrest in Rome wasn’t wasted. Not only did his gospel message spread throughout the Praetorian Guard, but even into the very palace of Nero himself. It was also during this time of forced rest that Paul penned his immortal epistles to the Ephesians, Philippians and Colossians. View video or listen to audio.

 

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Paul 10-Paul’s Shining Character

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Paul-10In the two-and-a-half years or so between Paul’s arrest and his arrival in Rome, he was subjected to a variety of testings of his faith and patience. In each situation, the aged apostle exemplified the character of the Messiah he followed. View video or listen to audio.

 

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The Jesus Movement vs. The Emergent Church

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CrossThe other day I was contemplating some of the similarities of the Jesus Movement of the late Sixties and the more present day Emergent Church—perhaps in the same way a sports fan would compare a current baseball team with one from the past.

Both of these Christian movements had their respective leaders and proponents. Chuck Smith is considered the father of the Jesus Movement, although David Wilkerson, Leonard Ravenhill, Keith Green and ...

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Paul 9-Onto Jerusalem

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Paul-9His days with Philip the evangelist must have been “heaven on earth;” his visit with the Jerusalem elders a mixture of hope and sorrow; but the violent attack he suffered at the hands of the Jews were an opportunity to show the dignity and courage of Christ. View video or listen to audio.

 

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Paul 8-Bound in the Spirit

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Paul-8Paul spent the winter of 57 in Corinth, strengthening ties with his people but also using the occasion to write two of his most important epistles: Romans and Galatians. But he soon left for Jerusalem, driven by an unseen Hand toward the eternal city. View video or listen to audio.

 

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