One Prophetic Word, Two Opposite Interpretations

This may sound odd, but we can actually hear an authentic word of God and somehow misunderstand or misconstrue it. This is evidenced by an interesting story from Paul’s life towards the end of Acts. On the next day we departed and came to Caesarea, and we entered the house of Philip the evangelist…. and…

Philip Takes Flight

The abundant supernatural work God does through humans is attested to in the early church’s ministry. The Book of Acts is full of all kinds of crazy stories and we have to be incredibly ignorant to miss them. It’s there we find Christians that speak in foreign tongues (2:4, 10:46, 19:6), perform signs and wonders…

Pentecost Before Acts

The church is so used to associating the outpouring of the Holy Spirit with Pentecost that we often forget that Pentecost was a holiday before this moment. With this in mind, we shouldn’t think that God sent the Holy Spirit on a day that just-so-happened to be Pentecost, but rather that He intentionally chose this…

The Man Who Brought Opponents Together

The Pharisees and Sadducees were not what you would call, “great friends.” They were separated on many fronts. But if there was one thing that unified them, it was their desire to put an end to Jesus. And perhaps this has more to speak to our world today than we first realize. Check out the…

Yokes

When Jesus tells us to take up His yoke, He’s not just making an important statement, but also an important comparison. Learn more on the 1208PODCAST. Check out this podcast episode on 1208GREENWOOD’s webpage or simply subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Spotify, or Google Play.