Sermons

Jesus takes the Gospel into Europe

(Acts 16:6-15)
Rev John de Jongh, November 24, 2013 Sunday Evening

The book of Acts is the story of the ascended Jesus taking the gospel from Jerusalem, into the surrounding country, and to the ends of the earth, by his Holy Spirit, through his church.

This passage is especially significant for many of us. This was when Jesus took the gospel, for the very first time, into Europe. Lydia is the first European recorded to have ever accepted the gospel.

And for 2000 years now, the gospel has ebbed and flowed in Europe to one degree or another; and gone out from there especially to Nth America and Australia.

Now in our day, Jesus is especially taking it into the Middle East, Asia, Africa and Sth America.

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