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Acts 15:1-35

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Jordan M

on 25 October 2013

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Transcript of Acts 15:1-35




-- Disagreement --
Does a Gentile need to become a Jew in order to be saved?
Paul & Barnabas
Acts 15:1-35
Verse 1-2
Since they could not come to an agreement, they decided to ask the apostles in Jerusalem.
Paul & Barnabas
Go talk about it with the church leaders in Jerusalem
So Paul and Barnabas left Antioch and traveled to Jerusalem
Verse 3
Verse 4-21
After arriving and debating the problem, Paul stood up to explain what God had done through him.
God sent me to share the Good News with the Gentiles. Many came to know him through us.
Since God has not made a distinction between Jew or Gentile, why should we?
Paul is right. The Holy Spirit reminded me that the Old Testament says this, too. A Gentile does not need to become a Jew to be saved.
James (Apostle)
Let's write a letter to all the churches explaining our conclusion to this confusion. I am sure they will all be glad to hear of it!
James (Apostle)
So they wrote a letter to all the churches explaining their conclusion.
Verse 22-35
Then, they sent Paul, Silas, and Barnabas with the letter to the churches.
Praise God!
Thank God!
You do not need to be a Jew in order to be saved from your sins!
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