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ACTS in 30 Days | Day 19-25

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Day 19: Wherever you are in your life right now, God is with you. Declare this today: God is near me. God loves me.

For today, we encourage you to:

1) Read Acts 17. (http://bit.ly/Acts17GNT)

2) Reflect and take down notes.

3) End your reading by praying Psalm 19. (http://bit.ly/Psalm19GNT)


Day 20: In this chapter of Acts, Paul was seen afraid, fearing that his work in Corinth would be cut short by either opposing Jews or by the highly-charged worldliness around him. The solution to Paul’s fear was for him to obey Jesus’ command to not be afraid; and not keep silent in proclaiming God’s word. The call for us today remains the same–keep telling our stories of faith and God will equip us as we minister to people.

For today, we encourage you to:

1) Read Acts 18. (http://bit.ly/Acts18GNT)

2) Reflect and take down notes.

3) End your reading by praying Psalm 20. (http://bit.ly/Psalm20GNT)


Day 21: We’re down to our last 10 days of our prayer journey with the Book of Acts. Let’s keep on doing this together as we read one chapter of Acts a day, reflect and pray the Psalms.

For today, we encourage you to:

1) Read Acts 19. (http://bit.ly/Acts19GNT)

2) Reflect and take down notes.

3) End your reading by praying Psalm 21. (http://bit.ly/Psalm21GNT)


Day 22: What was it like for the apostle Paul to travel around the Roman Empire announcing the good news about the risen Jesus? What drove him to plant new Jesus communities in city after city, and how did people respond to his message? In our third video on the book of Acts, we’ll explore all of this and more!

Paul didn’t know what was ahead of him; he even had reason to believe it was bad. But that didn’t trouble him. May we have a faith like Paul’s–always trusting that God will go before him.

For today, we encourage you to:
1) Read Acts 20. (http://bit.ly/Acts20GNT)

2) Watch this video.

3) Reflect and take down notes.

4) End your reading by praying Psalm 22. (http://bit.ly/Psalm22GNT)


Day 23: Paul’s insistence on going to Jerusalem despite the dangers predicted by the Holy Spirit was not a result of rebellion, but an obedient response to the command of the Holy Spirit in his heart.

As we pause and reflect today, let’s pray for an obedient heart like Paul’s.

For today, we encourage you to:
1) Read Acts 21. (http://bit.ly/Acts21GNT)

2) Reflect and take down notes.

3) End your reading by praying Psalm 23. (http://bit.ly/Psalm23GNT)


Day 24: As we read the Word today, let us pray for a heart that is discerning of God’s will and plans.

Acts 22:14 encapsulates the duty of every one before God: To know His will, to see the Just One (Jesus), and to hear the voice of His mouth (His word).

For today, we encourage you to:

1) Read Acts 22. (http://bit.ly/Acts22GNT)

2) Reflect and take down notes.

3) End your reading by praying Psalm 24. (http://bit.ly/Psalm24GNT)


Day 25: Brothers and sisters, take courage. Just like Paul’s story, the promise of more work to do is also a promise of continued protection. God will be with you every step of the way.

For today, we encourage you to:

1) Read Acts 23. (http://bit.ly/Acts23GNT)

2) Reflect and take down notes.

3) End your reading by praying Psalm 25. (http://bit.ly/Psalm25GNT)


 

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