The seventh sermon in the book of Acts: Acts 20:16-37 (specifically Acts 20:18-35)

Obey God RegardlessSetting: Miletus

Speaker: Paul

Audience: Elders from the church of Ephesus

Preceding Events: Paul, compelled by the Holy Spirit, is steadfastly traveling to Jerusalem.

Overall Theme: Paul gives his personal testimony (he has worked hard for God, has no regrets, and is obeying the Holy Spirit) and offers encouragement to the elders.

Scripture Quoted: Paul quotes Jesus, but those words are not directly found in the gospel accounts of Jesus.

Central Teaching: Paul will do what God tells him, even though it will result in hardships.

Subsequent Events: Paul leaves and once in Jerusalem is thrown in prison.

Key Lesson: Doing what God tells us to do is more important than our own safety and comfort.Doing what God tells us to do is more important than our own safety and comfort. Click To Tweet

This post is from the series “Sermons in the book of Acts.” Read about sermon #6 or sermon #8.

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