Acts 18:28 For he mightily convinced the Jews, and that publickly, shewing by the scriptures that Jesus was Christ.
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Acts 18 videos-
.New Testament church planting
.Tent makers [Paul worked a job]
.Jesus is the Christ
.Gallio [Not the famous scientist]
.Inscription found at Delphi backs it up
.Law cannot save
.Why Greek- not Latin?
.John Chrysostom [Golden tongue]
.John’s baptism- Christian baptism [different]
.The early believers did not even have a complete New Testament how did they make it?
.The power of the Spirit and the living Christ
.John Chrysotom- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Chrysostom
NOTE- I mentioned Gallio on the video- he was the brother of the philosopher Seneca- who was the tutor of Nero.
An inscription found at Delphi [Greece] tells us that Gallio was indeed the proconsul of Achia in A.D. 52- which is archaeological proof for the history recorded in Acts.
PAST POSTS [Past teaching I did that relates to today’s post- ACTS 18- verses below]
· ACTS 18- Paul goes to Corinth, he meets Aquila and Priscilla. They are all tent makers and he stays with them and does some manual labor! Poor Paul, he just didn’t understand that when we read earlier in Acts, that the Apostles at Jerusalem devoted themselves to prayer and the word, that this meant they were in ‘full time ministry’. I am being sarcastic! The point is Paul did not see his very gifted apostolic ministry as a ‘ministry’ that would be run like a modern business. He certainly did not see manual labor as some type of lack of faith. In today’s environment you can ask a brother ‘how are you supporting yourself’ and many times the answer is ‘we are a faith ministry’ kind of saying ‘I don’t work, but I ask for money’ [Ouch!]. Now, Paul will say it’s good to meet the material needs of laboring elders/pastors, but don’t develop more into it than this. At Corinth Paul teaches for a year and a half, one of the longest recorded stays at any of his ‘churches’ [cities with believers in them]. He goes to Ephesus and back to Antioch. [ some sites see here https://ccoutreach87.webstarts.com/blog/post/acts-8-6 ]Then makes a tour of the cities where he originally preached. Basically going back and strengthening the churches. The Lord speaks again to Paul in a vision while at Corinth, he says ‘don’t be afraid to speak, no one will lay a hand on you. I