After being driven out of Iconium, Paul and Barnabas arrived at Lystra where they continued to preach the gospel (Acts 14:5-6). After Paul had spoken to the people, he looked upon a crippled man and commanded him to stand up. The man immediately rose up and began to walk.
Turn in your Bible to Matthew 5:21-26 as we continue our study of the Sermon on the Mount.
Gifted students have to check their privilege and get over themselves.
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Paul and Barnabas, driven out of Antioch in Pisidia, travel about 90 miles to Iconium. Undeterred by the persecution they suffered in Antioch, they go into the synagogue and speak the word of God’s grace to the people in the city. And we see that “a great number of both Jews and Greeks believed” (Acts 14:1).
Turn in your Bible to Matthew 5:17-20. We’ve been studying the Sermon on the Mount for the past few weeks and we have said so far that the Sermon on the
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