Whats Wrong with Ananias and Sapphira?

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Based on Acts 5:1-11 Background : The text we are going to analyze today is from Acts 5:1-11. To give a background Ananias and Sapphira (Husband & wife) decided to become part of the newly formed 1st Century Christian church. Hence as requested by the custom of the 1st-century church …

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Defending Gospel – Paul before Felix (Acts 24)

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Do we have defense for our Christian faith? How God took care of us in the past? How he showed his love for us? If we do not have a defense for our faith on why we believe in Jesus, it’s time to compose one right now. We will go …

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Jews 1st Century Political Situation

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The political situation during the first century AD. Judea was ruled by Herodian Dynasty. They came close to the gospel of Jesus many times. But chose to ignore the gospel of Jesus Christ.

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