In Acts 26:19-32 the apostle Paul concludes his testimony before King Agrippa, Governor Festus, and many other dignitaries in Caesarea.
There are no saviors or miracles in democracy, only a grueling, soul-sucking, forever war of attrition. That is the enduring lesson of the 2022 midterms, as it is every election.
It’s no secret, especially for our size, that Mississippi is the trial lawyer capital of America. Some have coined the term “jackpot justice” referring to these individuals getting rich off your misfortune.
Please turn in your Bibles to Matthew 17:14-21. It is very clear in this passage that Matthew wants to highlight the danger of unbelief.
We have been looking at the benefits of salvation the Apostle Paul mentioned in Acts 26:18 while he was testifying about the Lord Jesus Christ before King Agrippa and other leaders in the city of Caesarea.
Did you know that in Mississippi – the state that led the charge to overturn Roe v. Wade – elective abortions are both illegal and a constitutional right at the same time?
Please turn in your Bibles to Matthew 11:1-13. In this passage, we see the manifestation of the glory of Christ.
In Acts 26:17 Paul testifies before King Agrippa that the Lord Jesus commissioned Paul to go to the Gentile nations with the gospel “to open their eyes, so that they may turn from darkness to light and from the power of Satan to God, that they may receive forgiveness of sins and a place among those who are sanctified by faith in Christ”
At this point, it would save everyone time if Democrats could simply point to a policy agenda item that isn’t going to save democracy — if such a thing exists.
Please turn in your Bibles to Matthew 16:24-28. In this passage, Jesus connects His unique sufferings and death with the life that He expects His disciples to live.
In Acts 26 Paul has been summoned by governor Festus to give his defense before King Agrippa and other Roman leaders for the charges the Jews made against him. Paul first spoke of his past life before becoming a Christian (Acts 26:2-8).
Please turn in your Bibles to Matthew 16:21-23. We come to a significant point of departure in Jesus’ teaching of His disciples.
In Acts 25:13-27 Festus, the new governor of Judea, is visited by King Agrippa II and his sister Bernice (verse 13).
NBC News’ Dasha Burns recently aired the first in-person interview with Pennsylvania senatorial candidate John Fetterman since his stroke.
Please turn in your Bibles to Matthew 16:13-20. Here in Caessarea Phillipi, the Lord Jesus has one goal in mind.
Please turn in your Bibles to Matthew 16:1-12. In Matthew 16:1, Jesus and His disciples have arrived back on the western shore of the Sea of Galilee.
In this passage, Acts 24:22-27, Paul has defended himself from the charges the Jewish leaders have brought against him, and now the governor of Judea, Felix, is to give his ruling on the case.
There is not just good news to report from the Madison County School District, there is amazing news.
With charter-school applications repeatedly being denied, it’s time to overhaul the approval process.
Please turn in your Bibles to Matthew 15:29-39. Christ’s ministry in this passage and His repetition of the great miracle of the feeding of thousands is designed to teach us spiritual truth.
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