This is the 21st sermon in the book of Acts. Today we looked at Acts 14 and asked 3 questions about this chapter. 1) Why do Paul and Barnabas encounter so much opposition? 2) Why are Paul and Barnabas mistaken for Zeus and Hermes? 3) How did Paul and Barnabas respond to all of this?
Why the Hate? | Pastor Mike Hyatt | 35:44
Acts 13 begins in the church at Antioch where the Holy Spirit leads the church to send Paul and Barnabas out on their first mission trip. The rest of the chapter shows us the opposition they faced as they faithfully shared the gospel in Cyprus and beyond.
The Holy Spirit, Missions, Opposition & Joy | Pastor Mike Hyatt | 36:35
We looked at Acts 12 this Sunday and saw that the Lord provides for his people, that he doesn't always rescue his people, the Lord will, however, be victorious no matter how bad things look, and the Lord hears the prayers of his people.
Don't Always Expect a Get-Out-Of-Jail Free Card | Pastor Mike Hyatt | 32:44
Acts 11:19-30 introduces the church at Antioch which becomes a prominent church in the book of Acts. It's made up of ordinary believers who are faithful to King Jesus, they make disciples and they are generous. Are you an ordinary believer like this?
Ordinary Believers at Antioch | Pastor Mike Hyatt | 35:46
Do you find yourself being critical? Do you wonder what it is to be a member of God's people? Those questions are answered in this sermon from Acts 11:1-18.
Criticism and the People of God | Pastor Mike Hyatt | 32:28