New Testament In a Year: July 14 – Acts 19:21-41

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Acts 19:21-41
(21-41) A Riot at Ephesus
Because of Paul’s faithfulness in preaching, the Gospel had a profound affect on the region of Ephesus. A silversmith named Demetrius who made false gods was nearly put out of business because people were turning to Christ and no longer buying his idols. Our Gospel message and our Christian witness should make a difference in our communities and our culture. It should cause people to turn from lies to the truth, from darkness to light, and from false gods to the one true God.

Favorite verse: (32) Now some cried out one thing, some another, for the assembly was in confusion, and most of them did not know why they had come together.

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