Tag Archives: Roman citizenship

May 18 – Scandalous!

Acts 25; Ruth 1-2; Psalm 47 Religious disputes are the worst, aren’t they? You see it on a small scale when churches split. There are anecdotal tales among Baptists about churches splitting over a vote on the color of the … Continue reading

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May 5 – Using Your Citizenship

Acts 16:16-40; Judges 4-5; Job 35 The day had been eventful. Paul and Silas had been beaten and thrown into prison. An earthquake had opened the doors of the prison and Paul had to convince the Roman jailer not to … Continue reading

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May 15 – “Troubles? I Got Troubles!”

Acts 22:30-23:22; Judges 19; Psalm 44 There is a reason why some situations are called “difficult.” No one wants to be in one of those situations. When you are in one it seems like there is trouble on every side. … Continue reading

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May 14 – The Rights Way

Acts 21:37-22:29; Judges 17-18; Psalm 43 As citizens of the United States we have certain rights. As followers of Jesus Christ we have certain responsibilities. Our rights and our responsibilities often come into conflict. Some might say that we should … Continue reading

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