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What Began at Philippi - Article
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John D. Morris, Ph.D. - ... (now Greece) pleading for him to come and help them (Acts 16:9-10). Recognizing the call was from the Lord, he went immediately. Paul’s European ministry began with the conversion of Lydia, who worshipped God and readily followed...
Acts 16:14
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... a certain woman named Lydia, a seller of purple, of the city of Thyatira, which worshipped God, heard us: whose heart the Lord opened, that she attended unto the things which were spoken of...
Acts 16:14: Lydia - Study Note
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... Lydia. Lydia was not a Jewish woman but, as a native of Thyatira, had evidently attended the synagogue there and become one of the worshippers of God in their congregation. When she heard the gospel, the Lord opened her heart and she...
Psalms 2:2: take counsel together - Study Note
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... to the Sanhedrin’s plot with Romans against Christ (Acts 4:25-28) to the modern United Nations counseling together to seek a humanistic world government. The ultimate fulfillment will be at the end of the age (Revelation 16:14;...
Greatest Earthquakes of the Bible - Article
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Steven A. Austin, Ph.D. - ... was shaken by an earthquake as believers spoke boldly (Acts 4:31). 14. The Prison at Philippi An earthquake not only released Paul and Silas from the Philippi prison (Acts 16:26), but it authenticated their testimony. The jailer who...
Matthew 10:2: twelve apostles - Study Note
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... “apostles” (note Mark 16:14,15; John 20:19-23; Acts 1:8). Later a few others (e.g., Paul), with similar special training and commissioning directly by Christ, were also recognized as apostles. This designation is not appropriate for...
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