Through Romans 1:1-18, Bernard Briscoe teaches us about who we boast in – ourselves or our Lord.
Acts 13:42-52 focuses on responses to the Good News. It reminds us that there are only two basic responses to the Good News of salvation from sin and death through Jesus Christ: (1) offense to the stink of death; (2) joyous, Spirit-wrought trust.
This passage in Acts 13:13-43 teaches us the three essential components for a sound presentation of God’s great message to mankind: (1) argument for the Gospel (or, the case for Christ); (2) content of the Gospel; and, (3) consequences of the Gospel.
Acts 13:2-12 teaches us three things about being missional: (1) God’s calling; (2) God’s word; (3) God’s power and protection.