Tag Archives: Paul

A Time to Separate

The Childrens Bread 6/12 Paul left the synagogue with his disciples and resumed meeting in the lecture hall of Tyrannus. Two years of extraordinary miracles followed, which leaves us with a question of epic proportions. Why didn’t the miracles begin while they … Continue reading

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The Benefit of Controversy

The Children’s Bread 5/12 “Paul entered the synagogue and spoke boldly there for three months, arguing persuasively about the kingdom of God. But some of them became obstinate; they refused to believe and publicly maligned the Way. Paul returned to … Continue reading

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The Foundation and Preparation for Miracles

The Children’s Bread 4/12 The Foundation and Preparation for Miracles  The ancestors of Jesus’ generation were no strangers to the miraculous power of God. But their ancestors had to wait a long time to receive the things God promised. An … Continue reading

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He Who Seeks Finds

The Children’s Bread PART 3/12 He who seeks Finds A great revival that spread throughout all of Asia began when Claudius commanded all Jews to leave Rome (Acts 18:2). Aquila and Priscilla traveled to Corinth where they met a fellow … Continue reading

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Where Are the Miracles?

The Children’s Bread PART 1/12 Where Are the Miracles? I was browsing through Facebook comments when I happened upon a discussion about miracles. “Why don’t we see more miracles in the church?” a pastor asked. The responses were sparse. No … Continue reading

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CH 17 IF ONLY

From the time of Israel’s rebellion at Hazeroth until they reached the border of Canaan God gave his people no rest. They moved nineteen times in nineteen days before they settled in Kadesh Barnea, which I will refer to as … Continue reading

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