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ACTS in 30 Days | Day 5-11

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Day 5: We come together today to witness the growth and challenges in the Early Church and encounter both weakness and grace.

For today, we encourage you to:

1) Read Acts 5. (http://bit.ly/Acts5GNT)

2) Reflect and take down notes.

3) End your reading by praying Psalm 5. (http://bit.ly/Psalm5GNT)


Day 6: Our chapter today shows the challenge of change in building of a church of disciples.

Let’s dive in and think about what it implies to us now.

For today, we encourage you to:

1) Read Acts 6. (http://bit.ly/Acts6GNT)

2) Reflect and take down notes.

3) End your reading by praying Psalm 6. (http://bit.ly/Psalm6GNT)


Day 7: The book of Acts shows how God fulfilled His ancient promises to restore His blessing to all the nations through the offspring of Abraham: J

esus of Nazareth. In this video, we’ll explore how Jesus and the Spirit renew the people of Israel and prepare them to announce good news to the nations.

Bless more lives, bless your life.

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Day 8: We continue our reflection story from yesterday’s readings.

The death by stoning of Stephen marked a turning point in Christianity.

Stephen set the stage for the spread of Christianity so Jesus will be known.

For today, we encourage you to:

1) Read Acts 7:30-60. (http://bit.ly/Acts7GNTPart2)

2) Reflect and take down notes.

3) End your reading by praying Psalm 8. (http://bit.ly/Psalm8GNT)


Day 9: In this chapter, we will learn how God can and will use pressing circumstances to guide us into His will.

Read and be blessed by His message for you today.

For today, we encourage you to:

1) Read Acts 8. (http://bit.ly/Acts8GNT)

2) Watch this preaching explaining how the Bible is an expression of God’s love.

3) Reflect and take down notes.

4) End your reading by praying Psalm 9. (http://bit.ly/Psalm9GNT)


Day 10: “Lord, what do You want me to do?” This is often our question. And this is often the character of God’s direction in our lives.

God patiently directs our steps instead of revealing His grand plan all at once.

For today, we encourage you to:

1) Read Acts 9. (http://bit.ly/Acts9GNT)

2) Reflect and take down notes.

3) End your reading by praying Psalm 10. (http://bit.ly/Psalm10GNT)


Day 11: Meet Cornelius, a Gentile who served God. He is undoubtedly a good man, and yet He needed Jesus.

No matter how good we live our lives, we will always seek Jesus.

For today, we encourage you to:

1) Read Acts 10. (http://bit.ly/Acts10GNT)

2) Reflect and take down notes.

3) End your reading by praying Psalm 11. (http://bit.ly/Psalm11GNT)


 

 

 

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