Be bold - Acts 13-28 (Soyez audacieux - Actes 13-28)
Biblical commentary on Acts 13 to 28
“[…] our dear brothers Barnabas and Paul who risked their lives for the sake of our Lord Jesus Christ” (Acts 15: 25-26 - Living Word).
What daring! Society around us is cooling down to the point of erecting its fears as a "precautionary principle".
The book of Acts shows that Christians, less paralyzed by fear than motivated by hope, share one vision: that of God for the lost. Their enthusiasm and dedication allow them to face anything to share the gospel.
Have we kept the first love intact or does our prudence prevail to the point of calculating the sacrifices before committing to the cause of our Lord?
“Indeed, if we have the dynamics of the Holy Spirit in our life, we will certainly not be satisfied with the spiritual routine. We will look to the Lord to put us at the heart of the action and make us bold pioneers instead of apathetic spectators "
May this commentary teach us not to limit ourselves to enjoying God's love for us, but to burn with love for him!
Questions at the end of the book will allow you to deepen your thinking.
Warren W. Wiersbe - Pastor, professor and lecturer of international renown. Author of numerous books including Quand la vie chancelle and the commentaries on the New Testament from the "Be" collection.
Original title : Be Daring
Author : Warren W. Wiersbe
Publisher: BLF Éditions
Publication : 2013
ISBN : 978-2-910246-51-8
Pages : 192
Format : paperback
Dimensions : 13 x 21 cm
Weight : 258 g