Acts 16:1-40 Paul came also to Derbe and to Lystra. A disciple was there, named Timothy, the son of a Jewish woman who was a believer, but his father was a Greek...
think about it.
Who joins Paul's ministry team and what were his qualifications (16:1-5)? What was Paul's vision about (16:6-10)? What was the first breakthrough in Philippi (16:11-16)? What was the first setback (16:16-24)? How did God redeem this setback (16:25-40)? How have you seen God take a setback in your life and turn it into something positive?
Do you ever think to yourself How should my life look or what should I be doing as a follower of Christ? I sure do, and at certain times more than others. So I'm finding the entire Book of Acts helpful because it's showing me a lot about the people who received Christ as Savior and followed Him during the days of the early church.
So what have you learned about being a disciple of Christ from Paul and Barnabas in the last few chapters of Acts? What about from Timothy, Lydia or the Philippian jailer from Acts 16 today? Tami W.
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