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Tuesday Bible Study – 08/20/2013


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TFM-Tuesday-Mens-Bible-StudySpeakers:

  • Richard Eutsler, Sr.
  • Steven Atherton
  • Paul Muller
  • Richard Eutsler, Jr.

Scriptures used:

  • Acts 23

Subject:

  • Paul, when he gives the true testimony of his life having been lived in all good conscience before God, is smitten on the mouth at the command of the High Priest.
  • Paul is always on the offensive – here he is 1 against 70 – he is never on the defensive, always moving forward.  We, too, should never be on the defensive, if we are we are wrong.
  • God gave us power to tread on serpents and scorpions and over all the power of the enemy.
  • Revilest thou God’s high priest?  Made an idol out of the position.  High Priest was wrong – Paul was right – and they knew it.  Paul wished he did not have to speak to him as he did.  He didn’t speak evil – just called him out for doing wrong.
  • Paul leveraged the situation when he knew they were both Pharisees and Sadducees.  Pharisees believed in the resurrection, Sadducees do not.  He was being called into question for his testimony of the resurrection from the dead.  An example of Paul having the mustard seed of faith, always looking for a way to preach the Gospel.  He did exactly what was needed, it was of the Lord, not of Paul.
  • Paul was delivered by the chief captain.
  • Jesus stood by Paul, who found himself in an extraordinary situation.  Paul zealously serving the Lord and the Lord came and stood by him.
  • Nothing would prevent Paul from going to Rome.
  • Plot to kill Paul was heard by Paul’s nephew who told Paul who sent him to the chief captain.
  • When it comes to walking in the anointing so called Christians are the most offended.  All comes down to pride.
  • Plan to kill Paul gets thwarted.  Chief captain takes the threat seriously and sends Paul under cover of darkness with 470 soldiers to Felix the governor (political leader).
  • No Roman citizen (which Paul was) would be worthy of death by going against Jewish law.  If so, even they could be put to death.
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