Acts 9:32-43 When Luke sat down to write the history of Jesus, he did this by writing two books. The first, Luke, is the history of the earthly life of Jesus. The second, Acts, is the history of the continuing work of Jesus through his followers. Acts 1-3 begins with the ascension of Jesus into…

Acts 9:19-31 Acts 9:19–31Saul spent several days with the disciples in Damascus. 20 At once he began to preach in the synagogues that Jesus is the Son of God. 21 All those who heard him were astonished and asked, “Isn’t he the man who raised havoc in Jerusalem among those who call on this name?…

Acts 9:1-19 When Saul set out from Jerusalem to Damascus, he had no idea his life would be turned upside down, shaken, and redirected. Saul was a Pharisee who was zealous in his protection of Torah, the law of God that was being rejected by the Jews who followed Jesus. He had stood as witness…

Luke 1&2 When my youngest sister was about to give birth she decided she wanted to have the extended family present. I have five sisters and I think at least two of them were there in addition to the midwife, so I was clearly not needed. So I sat in a comfortable chair and worked…

Luke 2:8-20, Matthew 2:7-17In each life, in each generation, there are unforgettable moments. My father remembered where he was in 1941 when he heard that the Japanese had bombed Pearl Harbor. (That was seventy-nine years ago tomorrow, December 7.) He remembered where he was when he heard that the war in the Pacific was over….

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