3 Bible questions from ACTS 20 you just can’t answer

3 Bible questions from ACTS 20 you just can’t answer
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  1. Did the early church move the Sabbath?
  2. Is the church today striving to invest in people or are we striving to invest in our church?
  3. Is the church today looking out for these wolves?

3 Comments

  • Reply September 19, 2019

    Louise Cummings

    Acts 20:6) Paul was at Troas. Verse six says And we sailed away from Philippi after the days of unleavened bread( speaks of Passover Week. ).and Came unto them to Troas in five days; where we abide seven days. (7) And upon the first day of the week, when the Disciples came together to break bread( Sunday had become the main day of worship. ) Paul preached unto them, ready to depart on the morrow; and continued his speech until midnight. ( the Sabbath was changed until the first day of the week. This was after Jesus arose from the Dead , On the first day of the week. Ever since then. Most people , WORSHIPED on the First Day Of The week. Putting Jesus first and not last.

  • Reply September 19, 2019

    Varnel Watson

    Isara Mo I STILL dont see RichardAnna Boyce answering ANY

    • Reply September 20, 2019

      RichardAnna Boyce

      Acts 20:24 Paul asserted, “none of these things move me; nor do I count my life dear to myself.” He then explained why he held these twin dispositions, saying, “so that I may finish my race (cf. 1 Cor 9:24-27; 2 Tim 4:6-8) with joy, and the ministry which I received from the Lord Jesus.” Paul explained his ministry essentially as “to testify to the gospel of the grace of God” (cf. Acts 14:3; 20:32). Paul embodied the gospel of the grace of God in that God saved him from a legalistic concept of life and in spite of his persecution of the Church. His message consisted of belief in Christ for salvation as a free gift and apart from works.
      We sometimes add denominational works to the Gospel of Free Grace; putting our church before the people.

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