Paul witnesses to King Agrippa who sends him to Rome. The ship wrecks on the way to Rome.
The silver idol makers are angry with Paul for ruining their business. Paul tells a crowd how he came to accept Christ as Savior.
Antioch becomes the new base of operations for the church. Paul and Barnabas make it clear that belief on the Lord Jesus Christ is what saves, not the Law. Paul establishes the church in Corinth.
Saul meets Christ on the road to Damascus. Peter learns that Gentiles have also received the Word of God. God sends an angel to break Peter out of jail.
The Jewish leaders take action against Peter, John, and Stephen for preaching the gospel. The number of disciples grows tremendously.
Jesus is crucified, dies, is buried, and rises from the dead. The resurrected Christ spends time with several of His disciples. Jesus gives His last instructions then ascends to Heaven. God sends the Holy Spirit.
O: People mock, threaten, and abuse Jeremiah as he continues to pray for them and plead with them.
WN: Paul writes to the church at Rome explaining how the gospel saves the sinner.
O: Jeremiah mourns over the sins of Judah against God and pleads with them to return to God.
WN: Paul writes to the churches from prison.
O: Isaiah continues to call Judah to return to God. He gives them a glimpse of God’s coming Kingdom.
WN: Paul uses various preaching styles to communicate the gospel to a variety of audiences.