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Be Ah Lydia — Be Ah Bringer of Others  (Acts 16:11-15) - Booty and Treasures fer All!
“If you consider me a believer in the Lord, come and stay at my house.” Acts 16:15 (Acts 16:11-15) In Philippi Saul Paul, Silas, Tim, and Luke stayed several days and because thar whar not ah synagogue, tha Four trekked outside tha city gates ter find ah quiet place ter pray. While by tha banks […]
Eddie Jones,
Separating the Truth from False Doctrine: Debunking Baptism Myths - House of Mercy Christian Assembly UK
The catholic teachings on baptism are different from the myths that many people believe. Here are some common myths about baptism and the actual truth.
Jean-Michel Tchamba,
A Look at the Inspiring Story of Lydia in the Bible and the Four Lessons We Can Learn From Her
Lydia in the Bible is only mentioned two times in scripture. Both in Acts. We find the record of her conversion and then her baptism. From the story of Lydia in the Bible, we can learn quite a bit about conversion, especially the conversion ofJewishbelievers. So, setting sail from Troas, we made a direct voyage
Sue Nelson,
A Look at the Inspiring Story of Lydia in the Bible and the Four Lessons We Can Learn From Her
Lydia in the Bible is only mentioned two times in scripture. Both in Acts. We find the record of her conversion and then her baptism. From the story of Lydia in the Bible, we can learn quite a bit about conversion, especially the conversion ofJewishbelievers. So, setting sail from Troas, we made a direct voyage
Sue Nelson,

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