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Mom asks (for): Notes on Deuteronomy

Moses wrote the book as some kind of checkpoint for the Israelites as they were about to enter the promised land. Here, Moses recalls God’s commandments, and highlights the importance of obedience. Continue reading

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Thoughts on Acts 28:17-30 (End)

This was the last recorded “trial” of Paul, and interestingly, Luke also spared a few lines about two more years of Paul’s residence in Rome. Continue reading

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Thoughts on Acts 28:11-16

God may not have sent angels to carry Paul, but God worked through the hearts and hands of His children. Continue reading

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Thoughts on Acts 28: 1-10

If Paul hadn’t gone through what he went through, then he wouldn’t have been lead to write words that transcended centuries and touched me in a very personal way, and reminded me of God’s comfort through a very particular ordeal. Continue reading

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Thoughts on Acts 21

For this installment of Faithful Fridays, Mom asks me for my thoughts on this particular chapter of Acts 21. This chapter looks upon the gifts of the Holy Spirit, Paul’s passion for sharing the Good News, notes on the prophecy … Continue reading

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Notes on Acts 20:1-12

We have to take into account that it’s Luke who wrote the book of Acts. If we wish to know more about Paul, we have to look into his letters/epistles. Continue reading

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Paul’s farewell in Acts 20

Acts 20 shows first, Paul’s struggles before he left Ephesus, but later, we are shown his joy — not happiness that depends on happenings, but genuine joy in God that keeps him going. Continue reading

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