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Acts 17:16-34

It appears that Paul was on the run.

His visit to Athens really began in Thessalonica, where he and those with him fled the city. His message had persuaded some people but not surprisingly had been seen as a threat to the emperor. 578 more words


Who needs whom again?

Nor is He worshiped with men’s hands, as though He needed anything, since He gives to all life, breath, and all things.” ( 321 more words


The Sequel - Day 15

April 22, Wednesday

So Paul and Silas were sent off to Berea that night. When they went to the Jewish synagogue there, they enjoyed a much better reception than in Thessalonica. 1,118 more words

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CB365 Day 83

Today’s Readings:

Numbers 30-31
Psalm 84
Acts 17:16-34

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Areopagus and a need for a renewed fervor in evangelization. 665 more words

Daily Readings

An Evangelist's Heart 

Do not be captivated by the beauty of the altar to the unknown god, but rather understand the heart of the evangelist employing it to preach the gospel.

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Exploring the Ancient City (Athens Travel Journal - Day Four)

11th May 2014

The Kerameikos is a little visited archaeological site in Athens. As I make my way there I can’t help but speculate that it is little visited because it is poorly sign posted. 2,249 more words


Athens Hills- Athens View

Athens is a city with a vast geographic diversity: sea, mountains, hills… In this chapter, I will tell give you more analytical information about its hills, which are offered for you to explore and admire the view during day and night. 548 more words