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Conversions in Acts: What Do They All Have in Common?
Hearing? Faith? Repentance? Confession? Baptism? Which of these characteristics were found with each incident of conversion in the Acts of the Apostles?
The Rabbi and the Dragon
This morning I would like to share with you two stories. This talk will focus around two historic events. Nineteen hundred years separate the two stories. Interestingly, there are many similarities between the stories. Each story features two men. In each story, one of the two men is a Jewish rabbi. Both stories reach their climax at night, with a knock on the door, and an unexpected visitor. Both stories tell of an event that changed a person’s life. Both stories take place in capital cities. Both stories involve a group of hostile and deadly protagonists.
Rebirth: The Rabbi and the Dragon
Listen to two real life stories of how two Jewish rabbis used words to bring new life to two men. Nearly two centuries separate the two stories, yet many similarities exist between the two. In both stories, hate and intimidation is overcome by love, bringing opportunity to embrace new life.