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ACTS in 30 Days | Day 12-18

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Day 12: Peter interprets the events in the reading today by remembering the words of Jesus.

In our lives, may we strive to be like Peter–always attentive to God’s leading.

For today, we encourage you to:

1) Read Acts 11. (http://bit.ly/Acts11GNT)

2) Reflect and take down notes.

3) End your reading by praying Psalm 12. (http://bit.ly/Psalm12GNT)


Day 13: Our new video on Acts Ch. 8-12 explores how God’s Spirit transformed Jesus’ followers from a small collective

of messianic Jews in Jerusalem, into a multi-ethnic movement that quickly spread throughout the nations.


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Day 15: Being filled with joy and being filled with the Holy Spirit go together.

May this always be our outlook in our lives. May we always shine the light of God to other people.

For today, we encourage you to:

1) Read Acts 13:26-52. (http://bit.ly/Acts13GNTPart2)

2) Reflect and take down notes.

3) End your reading by praying Psalm 15. (http://bit.ly/Psalm15)


Day 16: It is no small thing to walk with the Lord. It takes a strong soul and an encouraged faith.

As we reflect on the readings today, let us ask for God’s grace that we may always look at pain as significant in His plan for our lives and for strength to always overcome them.

For today, we encourage you to:

1) Read Acts 14. (http://bit.ly/Acts14GNT)

2) Reflect and take down notes.

3) End your reading by praying Psalm 16. (http://bit.ly/Psalm16GNT)


Day 17: Peter showed how the heart is purified: by faith, not by keeping of the law. Christians are not only saved by faith; they are also purified by faith.

For today, we encourage you to:

1) Read Acts 15. (http://bit.ly/Acts15GNT)

2) Reflect and take down notes.

3) End your reading by praying Psalm 17. (http://bit.ly/Psalm17GNT)

Understanding the Bible is stepping into a new world. If you’re confused, it’s okay. But there are things that you can consider to help you– the setting, and the bigger story.


Day 18: Today, we reflect on the lives of Paul and Silas. The jailer was so impressed by Paul and Silas – by the love they showed to him, and from their ability to take joy even in misery.

This is how God wants our lives to be–to reflect His love and draw people to Him. As we pause today, let us ask for heaven’s grace to encourage us to be living testimonies of God’s goodness here on earth.

For today, we encourage you to:

1) Read Acts 16. (http://bit.ly/Acts16GNT)

2) Reflect and take down notes.

3) End your reading by praying Psalm 18. (http://bit.ly/Psalm18GNT)


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