Pastor Rich Laskowski - September 5, 2021

The Strange Bunch

Acts chapter 4 gives us a glimpse of the newly formed church in Jerusalem. They were a strange bunch, strange in the sense that they were so different from everybody else. It wasn’t how they talked or dressed; it was like they saw everything from a completely different perspective. They didn’t think like other people. They didn’t act like other people. They were different. They were in the world, but not of the world. They were a strange bunch, but Satan was very nervous. There was something extremely attractive about this strange bunch. Yes, they had to be stopped. We talk about Acts chapter 4: 32-37. What we see there is a people that had been “called out” from the world to live by kingdom principles and provide an alternative community to the system of the world. This is one of Satan’s greatest fears, that the church would once again become that strange bunch of people that we see in Acts 4.

From Series: "Plundering The Kingdom Of Darkness"

In this study, we focus on passages in the Book of Acts where the Kingdom of God and the kingdom of darkness clash. We watch the sick get healed, the demon-possessed delivered, and blind eyes opened as Jesus kicks Satan to the curb. Church, we learn that we have the advantage in this warfare and need not be afraid.

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