Sunday, December 12, 2021

#REDChallenge | Week 50 | Day 346 | Sunday, December 12, 2021 | Acts 20:4-38; Acts 21; Acts 22; Acts 23:1-35

#REDChallenge | Week 50 | Day 346 | Sunday, December 12, 2021 | Acts 20:4-38; Acts 21; Acts 22; Acts 23:1-35

Acts 20:4-38

Acts 21

Acts 22

Acts 23:1-35

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All Week 50 Readings

Day 344 | Friday, December 10, 2021 | Romans 11-13

Day 345 | Saturday, December 11, 2021 | Romans 14-16

Day 346 | Sunday, December 12, 2021 | Acts 20:4-38; Acts 21; Acts 22; Acts 23:1-35

Day 347 | Monday, December 13, 2021 | Acts 24-26

Day 348 | Tuesday, December 14, 2021 | Acts 27-28

Day 349 | Wednesday, December 15, 2021 | Colossians 1-4; Philemon

Day 350 | Thursday, December 16, 2021 | Ephesians 1-6

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  1. “But there is another urgency before me now. I feel compelled to go to Jerusalem. I’m completely in the dark about what will happen when I get there. I do know that it won’t be any picnic, for the Holy Spirit has let me know repeatedly and clearly that there are hard times and imprisonment ahead. But that matters little. What matters most to me is to finish what God started: the job the Master Jesus gave me of letting everyone I meet know all about this incredibly extravagant generosity of God.
    Acts 20:22‭-‬24 MSG

  2. “Now it’s up to you. Be on your toes—both for yourselves and your congregation of sheep. The Holy Spirit has put you in charge of these people—God’s people they are—to guard and protect them. God himself thought they were worth dying for.
    Acts 20:28 MSG

  3. “Now I’m turning you over to God, our marvelous God whose gracious Word can make you into what he wants you to be and give you everything you could possibly need in this community of holy friends.
    Acts 20:32 MSG

  4. A short run from Tyre to Ptolemais completed the voyage. We greeted our Christian friends there and stayed with them a day. In the morning we went on to Caesarea and stayed with Philip the Evangelist, one of “the Seven.” Philip had four virgin daughters who prophesied.
    Acts 21:7‭-‬9 MSG

  5. “But he said, ‘Don’t argue. Go. I’m sending you on a long journey to outsider non-Jews.’”
    Acts 22:21 MSG

  6. That put a stop to the interrogation. And it put the fear of God into the captain. He had put a Roman citizen in chains and come within a whisker of putting him under torture!
    Acts 22:29 MSG

  7. Paul surveyed the members of the council with a steady gaze, and then said his piece: “Friends, I’ve lived with a clear conscience before God all my life, up to this very moment.” That set the Chief Priest Ananias off. He ordered his aides to slap Paul in the face. Paul shot back, “God will slap you down! What a fake you are! You sit there and judge me by the Law and then break the Law by ordering me slapped around!”
    Acts 23:1‭-‬3 MSG

  8. That night the Master appeared to Paul: “It’s going to be all right. Everything is going to turn out for the best. You’ve been a good witness for me here in Jerusalem. Now you’re going to be my witness in Rome!”
    Acts 23:11 MSG