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Paul is in heaps of trouble. He has riled up the crowds with talk of Jesus, and now he’s in prison. The guards don’t know what to do with him, so they put him in chains and the mob outside isn’t willing to settle for anything less than Paul’s execution. What happens next is simply amazing. Join us for Paul’s sermon from the prison steps.
We are saved by the grace of God. We don’t earn it. We don’t have to work for it. We receive it. That’s what we hear from Dr. J. Vernon McGee as our study of Acts continues. Grab a front-row seat as Paul ministers in Miletus, Caesarea, and Jerusalem.
What would happen if your pastor preached till midnight? In this study, Paul visits Troas on his third missionary journey. His time in their city was short, and the people were hungry to hear the Word of God. So, Paul kept teaching them until way after midnight. And then a funny thing happened. Dr. McGee shares the story and Paul’s journey continues to Ephesus.
Our journey through Acts continues as the gospel takes root in people’s hearts in the city of Ephesus. People were turning from their idols to Jesus Christ. And it was upsetting the idol industry in Ephesus! Find out what happens next and follow along as Paul prepares to set sail for Greece and Corinth.
The resistance to the gospel was big in Corinth, so much so that Paul thought of leaving. But just as he was making plans, God spoke to him through a vision and basically told him stay. Find out what happens in Corinth and travel with Paul to Antioch and Ephesus in this eventful study.
Paul’s journey continues in ancient Athensa very religious city with altars, idols, and beautiful temples. In its day, it was the cultural and intellectual capital of the world, and yet the Athenians didn’t know the true God. Hear Paul’s magnificent message on Mars Hill, the place where philosophers and the religious people of Athens hung out, and trace his next steps to Corinth.
Every lesson from McGee is full of milk and meat! Food for the children and meat for adults.
Timeless and spot on
I’ve caught TBB on the radio several times a week for around 10 years and finally have started “in the beginning” with this podcast.
No matter when or what message I’ve caught, they’ve always made an impact.
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