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I’ve been reading the New Testament Book of Acts, and been particularly fascinated with the missionary journeys of the Apostle Paul. There’s an enormous number of insights to glean from those chapters, however, one thing that glaringly stands out is just how often he found opportunities for sharing Christ.
Walking about in the city? He would find a local synagogue and engage local Jewish religious leaders about the Messiah.
Temples - Places - Philosophers - Writers - Poets
Entering local temples or places philosophers hung out? He actually used their own writers and poets to open the door to sharing the Christian message.
Threatened by hostile crowds? He explained what he was doing by sharing the gospel with them.
Prison - Audience
Thrown into prison? He discovered he had a captive audience, so he let it rip.
Brought before local rulers? He intertwined the gospel message into his legal defense.
The bottom line is that...
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