Adults lessons on pauls missionary trips

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And don't forget to check out our blog pages for thoughts from students around the world. Lesson 7 August Most certainly, the gospel was to go to the Gentiles as well as the Jews. This was a message that, slowly but surely, the early Jewish Christians were starting to grasp. Our first explicit report of Gentiles joining the faith in large scale relates to Antioch.

3 Lessons from the Apostle Paul

Paul’s 1st Missionary Journey- Lystra – Mission Bible Class

This lesson will be a summary of Paul's journeys. After his conversion, he spent time in Damascus, Jerusalem and Antioch. Then, he set out on what are now called his "missionary journeys. These journeys set the stage for the letters he would later write to check up on and correct issues that were occurring in the churches he established. Paul and Barnabus are Commissioned Acts The Holy Spirit told the church at Antioch in Syria that Paul and Barnabus were to carry the message of the Gospel to many different places.

pauls missionary journey

Despite not being one of the disciples, Paul's influence looms over the early church. Out of the 27 books in the New Testament, Paul wrote He went on more than four missionary journeys and was greatly responsible for the spread of the gospel.
Scripture Reference: Acts and Acts Suggested Emphasis: We should think for ourselves and not just follow a group. You might turn out like them and get caught in a trap.