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Pastor Post - August 30, 2017

This Sunday we will be in Acts 27, which is one of the most famous accounts of a storm and shipwreck that is found in ancient literature. It is vivid and contains edge-of-your-seat suspense. But far more importantly, it contains the encouraging truth about "Anchors in the Storm." Read through the chapter prior to Sunday. You'll find it fascinating, especially if you have ...

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Pastor Post - August 23, 2017

This week we will begin in Acts 25:23, as King Agrippa and Bernice enter an ornate hall at Caesarea "with great pomp." Also present is the royal court, and other prominent officials. And then a prisoner, the Apostle Paul, is brought before them. What does he say? Does he plead for his life? No, he pleads for souls. Paul takes this opportunity to share his testimony and sh...

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Pastor Post - August 16, 2017

This Sunday we will continue in our study of Acts by looking at Acts 25:1-22. It's about "God's Protection, Promises, and Providence." As you read over these verses, where do you see these 3 things in the text? In verses 1-5, we see God protecting Paul from assassination. His plan was for Paul to end up in Rome, the capital of the Empire, with the gospel. What does thi...

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Pastor Post - August 9, 2017

This Sunday we will study Acts 24:1-27. As you prepare your heart for the Lord's Day, think about the following as you read over the text: Why does Paul continually bring up the resurrection? (See 1 Corinthians 15) Felix has the opportunity of a lifetime. How does he blow it? (verse 25) What does Paul speak about when he is given the opportunity? (verse 25) Life is...

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Pastor Post - August 2, 2017

It's great to be back in the swing of things, and we are looking forward to an awesome August at FBC. It was good to be back in the pulpit Sunday, and I am grateful to Lindsay for filling in on June 23rd. We are so blessed with the preachers and teachers in our church! This Sunday we will study one of the most emotional and revealing passages in Acts, as Paul says his g...

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