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  • The Next Day

    Contributed by David Richardson on Apr 1, 2005
    based on 15 ratings

    People remember the next day because it indexes our life chronologically and it indexes our life emotionally. It stands in time as a point of transition from bad to good or from good to bad.

    Title: The Next Day Scripture: Acts 21:1-26 Let someone pick a random day in your life and chances are you won’t be able to remember exactly what you were doing that day. But, ask any older American what they were doing on December 7th 1941 and they can tell you. Or ask someone what they were more

  • Impacting The Body Series

    Contributed by Jason Jones on Mar 7, 2009

    Exposition of Acts 21:16-26 about how Paul’s arrival in Jerusalem was used to build up the church in three ways

    Text: Acts 21:16-26, Title: Impacting the Body, Date/Place: NRBC, 3/8/09, AM A. Opening illustration: tell about when Bailey Smith created such a stir at SEBTS, B. Background to passage: the third missionary journey of Paul’s ends here in Jerusalem. And when he arrives, as usual, his presence more

  • Keeping The Peace Series

    Contributed by Mark Opperman on Dec 14, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    Our words and actions have a direct impact on the unity of the church.

    Keeping the Peace Acts 21:16-26 Intro: Jesus said, “Blessed are the peacemakers.” Paul refers to God as the “God of all peace.” If the only peace people get from you is a piece of your mind, then maybe this message is for you. Regardless, we all need peace w/ God, others, and ourselves. In our more

  • Cooperation For The Sake Of The Gospel

    Contributed by Bart Leger on May 4, 2005
    based on 18 ratings

    Cooperation is necessary for the protection of unity in the church.

    Paul was a great statesman for the faith. When we think of Paul we normally think of a man of unwavering faith, firm resolve, and unshakeable courage. One virtue which may not come to mind as quickly is Paul’s humility, gentleness and willingness to abase himself for the sake of the gospel. more

  • Learning To Compromise

    Contributed by Shane Brooks on Apr 22, 2007
    based on 6 ratings

    Sometimes the greatest asset a Chistian can have, is their ability to compromise. A lesson about the heart of Paul.

    Acts 21:17-26 We discussed this scripture a couple of Wed’s Ago Weren’t for sure if I was right— Called it from memory Come to find out I was about 80% right--- There are many lessons to be learned from this Scripture 1. Sometimes Good news is received with Concern- vs 19-21 The church was more

  • Fly High - Acts Part 19 Series

    Contributed by Michael Mccartney on Nov 27, 2006
    based on 1 rating

    Paul knew his divine destiny and he followed it right to the end. We need to ask ourselves two questions today, “What is my divine destiny?” and “Am I following it?”

    “Fly High” – Acts part 19 On the lighter side of life: Thesis: Paul knew his divine destiny and he followed it right to the end. We need to ask ourselves two questions today, “What is my divine destiny?” and “Am I following it?” Scripture Text: Acts 21 The Holy Bible, New International more

  • Overcoming The Tendency To Blame God For Our Choices (Part 3) Series

    Contributed by Dan Proctor on Apr 28, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    The greatest apostle in the New Testament was mobbed, arrested, jailed, and eventually executed. A person might ask, “Why would God do this to Paul?” Isn’t it sad that we look to blame God? People must understand that choices always have consequences. The

    Overcoming the Tendency to Blame God (for Our Choices) – Part 3 Acts 21 Introduction: 1. Have you ever noticed how we love to blame others when things fall apart? Did you know that this human characteristic goes all the way back to the Garden of Eden? • When more

  • Responding To Trouble

    Contributed by T.j. Conwell on Sep 22, 2013

    This sermon examines two critical question for a believer to understand and apply: 1) Can suffering be God's will for us? -and- 2) How should we act when we know suffering awaits us? (Acts 21)

    Responding to Trouble Acts 21:1-36 Introduction We are called to have a common purpose in what we do -- The purpose is to worship, to love, and to celebrate Christ and share Him always -- That is our challenge, mission, and it is STILL where we find ourselves today Most will agree that more

  • Make It Count Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on Sep 11, 2021
    based on 1 rating

    This is the 69th sermon in the series "Action". This series is from the Book of Acts and the Epistles. This series began when the COVID19 pandemic began.

    Series: Action [#69] MAKE IT COUNT Acts 21:1-26 Introduction: 20 years ago yesterday, the unthinkable attack on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon happened. I remember how our Nation pulled together and how Churches pulled together. We promised that we would never forget and that the more

  • The Heart Of A Servant Series

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on Feb 21, 2021

    In the midst of a rumour accusing Paul falsely, we see him doing what he can to preserve the unity of the church and mission of the church. This is the heart of a servant of God.

    Read Acts 21:15-26. LET US PRAY: Thank you for your written Word. May the truth of your Word inspires us again, to know you and trust you, and to be faithful followers of Christ. May the life and ministry of Paul be an encouragement for all of us who are serving you today. Bless us with your more

  • Paul's Paradoxical Personality Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 18, 2021

    Paul took seriously the obviously impossible goal of being all things to all men. The result is, he had the potential for pleasing everybody, but also for aggravating everybody ,and Paul was quite good at both.

    A lion, a fox, an a hyena were moving through the jungle collecting their dinner. When they were done they had gotten a large pile of animals. The lion said to the hyena, "Why don't you go over and divide the pile into three equal parts." The hungry hyena said, "Sure." He more

  • Paul-A Victim Of Slander Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 19, 2021
    based on 1 rating

    Paul trying to bring peace produced as much violence that we see anywhere in the New Testament. The whole plan backfired, and now Paul is the most hated man in town.

    When Irving Berlin visited London as a young man he gave the doorman at the station the largest tip of his life. He did it because when he held the door open for him he was whistling, "Alexander's Ragtime Band." That was Berlin's first big hit. That doorman was in the right more

  • Acts Of The Apostles 31 Of 39

    Contributed by Dr. Odell Belger on Mar 13, 2022

    The Bible records many oral reports that were given.

    For example, if you remember in the Old Testament, Moses sent out the ten spies to scout out the land and they came back and gave their report. Some of them gave a very negative report. They said that they should not attempt to invade the land because there were giants in the land, and they would more

  • A Good Plan That Went Awry – Or Did It? Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on May 23, 2021

    A unanimous apostolic plan that went awry, Jewish rumors, gentile riots, and an apostle getting a ride on Roman soldiers. The purpose of the Christian life is not to avoid problems; indeed, God can sometimes use our problems to further His plans.

    A Good Plan That Went Awry – Or Did It? (Acts 21:17-40) 1. The invention of Post-it notes is interesting. What seemed like a failure was turned to a great success: In 1968, scientist Spencer Silver at the 3M company created a very weak adhesive that would peel off when removed from any surface. more

  • Paul At Jerusalem Series

    Contributed by Rev. Dr. Andrew B Natarajan on Aug 17, 2021

    Paul prepared for the eventuality, and he was ready to die for the sake of Jesus Christ. Paul determines to take the good news to the ends of the Earth as per the promise of Jesus Christ. The ends of the Earth refer to the Roman Capital, Rome.

    Acts 21:10-26 Paul Journeys to Jerusalem 21:10-16 Paul at Seaport of Caesarea 21:17-26 Paul reports to James and Elders 21:10-16 Paul at Seaport of Caesarea Paul stayed at Caesarea and had fellowship with the evangelist and Deacon Philip. A prophet named Agabus from Judea prophesied about the more