The Jews in Antioch of Pisidia had a unique privilege: the privilege of being God’s chosen means of bringing blessing and salvation to the ends of the earth. From Abraham onward, this was God’s intention for his people. But when Paul and Barnabas brought the gospel to their city, these people who should have been the first to embrace it instead turned it away. Nevertheless, God did not let this rejection deter his plans to bring salvation to the Gentiles, and he determined that if he could not work through the Jews in this city, he would work around them.
This week we are studying from Acts 13:44-52.
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