This study is specifically designed to examine New Testament Cases of Conversion to find out what people did in the Bible to be saved and what people must do today.Read More
“Therefore let all the house of Israel know assuredly that God has made this Jesus
whom you crucified, both Lord and Christ, and when they heard this they were cut to the
heart and they cried out, ‘men and brethren what shall we do?’” Acts 2:36-37.
Today we’re going to be studying about cases of conversion in the Bible. In
essence, we‘re asking the greatest question that's ever been asked: What must I do to
“As they went down the road, they came to a certain water and the eunuch said, ‘See here is water, what hinders me from being baptized?’ and Philip said, ‘If you believe with all your heart, you may,’ ” Acts 8:35-37.
Welcome to our study of cases of conversion in the New Testament.Read More
To one of the greatest enemies of Christianity the Lord and Savior Jesus
Christ said, “Saul Saul why are you persecuting me?” Saul responded by
saying, “Who are you Lord?” “I'm Jesus whom you are persecuting It's hard
for you to kick against the goads.” And with the right heart and intent Saul
said, “Lord what would you have me to do?” Acts 9:4-6.
The apostle Peter said, “Can anyone forbid water that these should not be
baptized? Then he commanded them to be baptized in the name of the
Lord,” Acts 10:47-48.
We welcome you today to our study of cases of conversion in the
book of Acts. As we think today about this powerful case of the conversion
of Cornelius, we encourage you to stay tuned as we open our hearts and
our minds to the word and the will of Almighty God.