Daily Devotion

ACTS 23:25-35 The seat of the Roman government was not in Jerusalem but in Caesarea. The praetorium is the residence of a governor. The praetorium Caesarea was a palace that had been built by Herod the Great. Lysia wrote his letter absolutely fair...

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ACTS 23: 1-10 There was a certain audacious recklessness about Paul's conduct before the Sanhedrin; he acted like a man who knew that he was creating a challenge. To say Brethren was to put himself on an equal footing with the court, for the normal...

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ACTS 22:11-21 Once again, Paul is stressing, to begin with, his identity with his audience. When he reached Damascus, the man who instructed him was Ananias, a devotee of the Law whom the Jews knew to be a good man. Paul is stressing the fact that...

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MATTHEW 1:18-25 (continued) This passage tells us how Jesus was born by the action of the Holy Spirit. It is called the VIRGIN BIRTH. At the moment, we are concerned only to find out what this means for us. If we come to this passage with fresh...

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LUKE 1:1-2 Luke's introduction is unique because it is the only place where an author uses the pronoun "I." It is the best Greek in the New Testament. It is as if Luke said to himself, "I am writing the greatest story in the world, and nothing but...

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Luke 2:21-24 J esus underwent three ancient ceremonies that every Jewish baby boy had to undergo. (1 st ) Circumcision: Every Jewish boy was circumcised on the eight day after his birth, and on that day the boy received his name. So sacred was that...

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