Acts 101
1431 - The Other Side of Pentacost
Added: 12th November 2015
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Kameron DeVasher discusses the feasts of the Bible and their significance. Learn about The Other Side of Pentecost from the perspective of John in Revelations. What does Pentecost look like to those in Heaven? This first lecture in the Acts 101 series helps us discover the truth about Pentecost.

1432 - The Apostle Peter
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Who was the apostle Peter? Continuing on our investigation into the book of Acts, Kameron DeVasher explores Peter’s humble beginnings as a fisherman to his miraculous growth in Christ. Peter serves as an effective example of a disciple’s life. Learn about one of the most prominent characters in the whole Bible in this engaging lecture.

1433 - The Apostle Paul
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Paul had an extremely challenging life. Though well educated with a good ancestral background, the Jews he used to call friends quickly turned on him when he started seeking and preaching God with all his heart. Despite all his difficulties, this divinely appointed man did not give up. God gave him the strength he needed to continue. Learn more about the difficult but fulfilling life of Paul from the book of Acts.

1434 - The First Jerusalem Council
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Kameron DeVasher continues his Acts 101 series by studying the First Jerusalem Council. What happened between the Jews and the Gentiles? Hear about what a spirit-driven republic looks like, and how God used Peter to teach unity amongst the believers. This is a great reminder that God can speak to the most difficult and unwilling of souls.

1435 - The Second Jerusalem Council
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During the Second Jerusalem Council, Paul established that men can be circumcised, but they are not required to be. However, the question arose of should they be. Sometimes with God, we do not have to, but we should. God wants us to work together for His ultimate glory. Consider whether we are supporting other Godly men and women and their work, or are we hindering God’s kingdom through our own hesitence and unsupport? Though we may not be required to treat others a certain way, should we?

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