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Acts 8:26-40 1.We must be surrendered to the opportunities of the Spirit—vs.. 26,39 2.We must secure the objective of the Spirit—vs. 35 3.We must be swift to obey the Spirit—vs.. 29,30    (1)because the time is right    (2)because the time is short   ©Ron Dunn, LifeStyle Ministries, 2001

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Acts 2 I. The Holy Spirit is the Abiding Possession of the Christian. Vs. 38, “you shall receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.” II. The Holy Spirit is the Activating Principle of the Christian.  His coming changed the disciples and sent them into the world to witness of Christ. III. The Holy Spirit is the   Read More …

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Text: Acts 11:19-30 The last sentence in verse 26 says, “And the disciples were called Christians first in Antioch.” Has anybody ever called you a Christian? I know that you call yourself a Christian and I know that those who know of your affiliation with the church call you a Christian, but has anybody on   Read More …

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Text: Acts 4:23-33 If you study the history of revival, you will discover this undeniable fact: In the recorded history of the church there has never been a mighty outpouring of the Spirit in Revival which did not begin in the persistent, prevailing prayer of a desperate people. Revival has never come because men “planned”   Read More …

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Text: Acts 2 The book of Acts is similar to the first two chapters of Genesis in one way. The first two chapters of Genesis reveal to us what God intended the world should be like before sin entered. And the first few chapters of the book of Acts, I think, or most of the   Read More …

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Text: Acts 2 I want to share with you a basic precept of victorious Christian living: My inability to do anything for myself in the spiritual realm. Repeat it, memorize it, believe it! For until you come to realize and acknowledge this truth you are going to meet with repeated failure. For this reason God   Read More …

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