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Acts 22:1-16

Friday Evening Service

September 7, 2018 • Ron Arbaugh

"Three times between now and the end of Acts, Paul is going to give his personal testimony. There is genuine power in your testimony. It may not be as dramatic as Paul’s, but there is power nonetheless. The purpose of personal testimony is to glorify God, not self or sin. Only you are an expert in your story. People will listen as you share because they can see (visually) the change you are talking about."

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Acts 28:17-31

Friday Evening Service • November 30, 2018 • Ron Arbaugh

"Jesus said: 'The Holy Spirit spoke the truth to your forefathers when he said through Isaiah the prophet 'Go to this people and say, "You will be ever hearing but never understanding; you will be ever seeing but never perceiving." Basically, Isaiah is saying, “If you reject Jesus, it doesn’t matter what you hear or see. He is the only way to truly see God.” There are people today who say the same thing: “I have my own relationship with God. I don’t have to go through Jesus.” Or, “God and me have an agreement. He understands the way I am.” Not true. The biggest tragedy of all is that it was always God’s desire to heal them. THAT is what they missed out on."

Acts 28:1-16

Friday Evening Service • November 23, 2018 • Ron Arbaugh

"Did God have Paul protected or not? Did Paul find favor with Julius or not? Did God send an angel to let Paul know everything would be alright or not? The same thing is true for all of us in the middle of storms—if you stay with Jesus, I promise you will land safely on some shore. I like calling this shore a ‘shore of grace.’"

Acts 27:26-44

Friday Evening Service • November 16, 2018 • Ron Arbaugh