Sermon ❯

Pastor Ron Sunday Service April 7

Primary Text: Acts 2:42-47

Supporting Text: 1 Tim. 4:-7; Tit. 1:11; 2 Tim. 4:3-4; Ep. 4:3-6; Php. 2:1-2; 1 Jn 1:1-3; Luke 11:9-13;

The Church began nearly 2000 years ago during the festival called Pentecost. In Israel, the word “Pentecost” was Greek for the Hebrew Feast of Weeks. It was so named because it was celebrated 50 days after the First Fruits.

When the church began, it was exciting and exuberant. New and wonderful things were happening. The book of Acts records the birthday of the church, and the healthy qualities it displayed.

The marks of a healthy church:

1) A continual devotion to instruction or the Word

2) A continued devotion to fellowship

3) A continual devotion to worship

4) A continual devotion to evangelism

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