What does Paul have to say about our darkest days and deepest fears? Listen this week to find out!
Our text this week opens with Paul troubled by the idols all around him. We tend to think that idolotry was something that happened in days past. However, our world is likewise filled with idols. What can we learn from Paul in how we respond to idols?
We live in a time where the reach of a preacher is limited only by how far the internet goes. In the days of Charles Spurgeon, thousands of people had to cram into his church to hear him proclaim God's Word. Today, you can open your smartphone and download sermons from churches all over the world. That is wonderful because you can hear from tremendous Bible preachers regardless if you can see them in person.
It's also risky because you don't know if the preacher your friend recommends is a preacher you should actually listen to. This week, as we look at the next portion of the book of Acts, we see that Paul and the others are accused of "turning the world upside down". What sort of preaching and evangelism does this? This Sunday, we'll find out the three things that this sort of preaching contains.