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Paul’s Final Exhortation and Departure, Acts 20:31-38

Marcus Grodi and Jim Anderson | April 18, 2007 No Comments

In the book of Acts we read about the sacrificial ministry of the Apostle Paul, carrying the Gospel message to the Jews and gentiles living in the countries along the shores of the Mediterranean sea. Every where he went he prepared leaders, appointing bishops and elders, to carry on after him, and one thing he was sure would happen: the devil would do everything he could to stop the proclamation of the good news. No matter what Paul did or said, there would be someone who would try to find fault with him and his message. Such has been true throughout the history of the Church and this is part of what we will be discussing today on Deep In Scripture.

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