Acts: The Unhindered Advance of the Gospel
Text: Acts 13:42-52 Main Point: Our gospel privileges in Jesus Christ are the product of God’s purposeful work on our behalf.
Text: Acts 13:13-43 Main Point: The law of Moses could never secure what God freely offers through faith in Jesus Christ.
Text: Acts 13:1-12 Main Idea: The mission of the church is wholly dependent upon the presence and power of the Holy Spirit.
Text: Acts 12:1-25 Main point: Faithful Christians may face every manner of danger but those who oppose God are facing a far greater danger.
Text: Acts 11:19-27. I. The Mission of the Church is Advanced Through the Faithful Witness of Everyday Christians (Acts 11:19–21) II. Christian Maturity Requires a Cadre of Faithful Gospel Servants (Acts 11:22–26) III. The Health of a Church is Revealed in its Concern for Other Christians (Acts 11:27–30)
Text: Acts 10:1–11:18. C. No matter how moral or religious a person might be; sinful humans are saved one way— hearing and believing the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Text: Acts 9:10-31 Main Point: Jesus makes his enemies part of his church and enlists them in his gospel spreading work.
Text: Acts 9:1-9 Main Idea: The grace of God can soften the hardest heart.
Text: Acts 8:26–40 Main Point: Nothing in your past can prevent you from finding lasting joy in Jesus and being fully incorporated into the family of God.
Acts 8:4–17 Main Idea: There are no second-class citizens or unwanted stepchildren in the family of God.