July 2 Bible Reading

Today’s Scripture

Today’s Scripture

Grace permitted Paul to take a Jewish vow to win the Jews. If he had been a Gentile it would have been questionable to adopt a foreign custom. Finally, this is the man who could say at the end of his life when he wrote his own epitaph, “I have finished my course” (see 2 Timothy 4:6-8). ~ Dr. J. Vernon McGee

2 Kings 20:1-22:2 / Acts 21:18-36 / Psalm 150:1-6 / Proverbs 18:9-10
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Daily Bible Reading Extra – New Testament – Acts 21:18-36
Acts 21:28

Acts 21:28

Paul Visits James
Paul Arrested in the Temple
Acts 21:28

Crying out, “Men of Israel, come to our aid! This is the man who preaches to all men everywhere against our people and the Law and this place; and besides he has even brought Greeks into the temple and has defiled this holy place.”
~ Acts 21:28

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Expository preaching by John MacArthur just click on the title below

Acts 21:27–40
“How to give a positive testimony in a negative situation.”
I suppose that every Christian is faced at times with the dilemma of how to give a positive testimony in a negative situation. I imagine that all of us are in negative situation. Now, some of us have been in those situations where we have sort of let out a little peep about our faith and the whole world seems to clamber after us and try to shut us up. And then we face the battle about whether we ought to say anything else.
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Date

Jul 02 2021

Time

All Day
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