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unwanted down time

unwanted down time Acts 23:23-35 (JDV) Acts 23:23 He called for two of his centurions and said, “Get two hundred soldiers ready with seventy cavalry and two hundred spearmen to go to Caesarea at nine tonight. Acts 23:24 Also provide … Continue reading

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no coincidences

no coincidences Acts 23:12-22 (JDV) Acts 23:12 When it was morning, the Jews formed a mob and bound themselves under a curse not to eat or drink until they had killed Paul. Acts 23:13 There were more than forty who … Continue reading

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justice delayed–God’s will accomplished

Acts 23:12-24:27 Those guarding Paul knew that the accusations against him were false.  They took great pains to protect him against the wrath of the non-Christian Jews.  The Holy Spirit delivered Paul by letting his nephew overhear the plot against … Continue reading

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his geographical will

Acts 21:17-23:11.  My Bible records the words of Jesus in red letters.  Reading through this text, it becomes quite clear that Paul goes where he goes because Jesus prompts him to do so. Jesus told him to go to Damascus … Continue reading

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