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Acts 28:1-31 - Corps Notes - January 27, 1977

The closing chapter, of course, sits here in Acts and it just all at once seems like it drops the
whole thing. I think it basically is because the original revelation of God’s greatness started in
Jerusalem on the day of Pentecost, then it moved to Samaria, then it moved to other cities. It
moved from city to city across the then known world. Then it moved from province to province
and finally ends up in the greatest of all the metropolitan cities of its day and of its time; in
Rome, with the greatest man of God perhaps the world has never seen as a born again son of
God; Paul. Some thirteen to fifteen years before he gets to Rome he writes the epistle that you
and I have read in the Bible, the Book of Romans. So when we come to this 28th chapter of
Acts which is the history of the rise and the expansion of the Christian Church, He just gets him
to Rome and that’s the end of it. Once God gets it to Rome, here in the Book of Acts, He just
stops it. God had quite a time getting him there but he finally ended up there.

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Publication Date: 01-27-1977

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