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September 19, 2013

It is common for people to read the New Testament and wonder why we don’t see as many miracles happening today as they did in the book of Acts. The book of Acts contains highlights of thirty years of apostolic ministry, by over twenty leaders, in many nations. There are spectacular miracles recorded in Acts and there are still miracles happening today. By taking a closer look at the miracles recorded in Scripture and contemplating the messages given by the apostles, we can gain great insights into how God can work in our lives today.

Our new sermon series is called, A Radical Disciple. This Sunday I will focus on the miraculous healing of a lame man in Acts 3:1-16. This man was lame from birth. It was not his fault that he was crippled. He was a lowly beggar, but he was chosen by God to receive a powerful miracle. His healing did not only impact hundreds of people who knew him at the time, this miracle is still impacting people today by revealing the healing power of Jesus’ name. It is vital for us to know what the Lord can do, because Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever (Hebrews 13:8).

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