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Posted: August 19, 2018

"And so, we came to Rome"–with those words Luke brings us to the final chapter in Paul’s journey, and an uncertain future. This week on No Falling Word, Liam Goligher will conclude his study of Acts 28. Paul finds himself under house arrest and chained to his Roman guard. The circumstances would discourage most, but he makes full use of the situation to proclaim Christ to all who will listen.  In fact, he finds such freedom in his circumstances that, despite his bonds we might ask, “just who is the prisoner?”

Posted: August 12, 2018

Sometimes we struggle with the way things work out in our lives. We want to glorify God, but surrounded by our problems we find ourselves asking, “How can God be glorified in this?” On Paul’s journey to Rome in Acts 28, everything that could possibly go wrong did go wrong. Satan had a plan to derail his ministry but God had another plan, and He used those very circumstances to further Paul’s mission.

Posted: August 05, 2018

What did Paul’s journey to Rome have in common with the voyage of the Titanic?  Both ships would be lost at sea.  As Paul’s voyage goes from turbulent to perilous, the ship’s captain ignores his advice.  But despite the appearance that all will be lost, Paul never doubts that even in the midst of storms and tribulations, God has a plan for his life and God will not desert him.

Posted: July 15, 2018

The Christian faith recognizes God as the final authority in all matters but the Christian is still submissive to earthly governments because God has established them for peace and order. Today on No Falling Word with Liam Goligher we are continuing our study of Acts Chapters 25. Festus has heard Paul’s defense and Paul has appealed to Caesar.

Posted: July 08, 2018

Paul has languished in prison for two, long years. Felix has been replaced as governor. What fate awaits Paul as he is brought before the new governor, Festus? Today on No Falling Word with Liam Goligher we are studying Acts Chapters 25 as Paul appears for his second official hearing. Will he find justice under any human court?

Posted: July 01, 2018

What should you do when you are falsely accused?  Turn the other cheek, defend yourself, let others defend you-- or just do nothing? Paul has claimed his Roman citizenship and it has had quite an effect on his Roman guards.  Now as he stands before Felix and his accusers he uses his right as a citizen and avails himself of the government’s legal system.  Paul has no qualms about defending himself before the court and making a case for his innocence.

Posted: June 24, 2018

The Apostle Paul ruffled Jerusalem and made many enemies, but after he was taken into protective custody by the Roman guard, a miraculous thing happened.  On No Falling Word with Liam Goligher we’ll continue our study of Acts Chapters 23 and 24.  As Paul ponders his fate, the Lord Jesus Himself stands by Paul in his prison cell and tells him to “take courage”--his work is not finished.

Posted: June 17, 2018

Standing before the Sanhedrin, Paul makes a bold statement--that he has fulfilled his duty to God in all good conscience.  What was it about this simple statement that so angered the Jewish leaders?  Liam Goligher continues the study of Acts in chapter 22 and 23. Whether intentional or not, Paul’s words caused such an uproar that his guards had to rush him to safety.

Posted: June 10, 2018

Jealousy is a destructive emotion. But can it ever be used for good? When Paul announced to the crowd in Jerusalem that he was to bring the kingdom of God to the Gentiles, the citizens of that city were furious.  But Paul hoped that, even though the people were angry, they might one day receive his testimony and that jealousy would cause them to consider the claim of Jesus as the long-awaited Messiah.

Posted: June 03, 2018

Your story defines who you are.  How your story intersects with the stories of others can shift the direction of your life.  This week on No Falling Word with Liam Goligher we’ll continue through the book of Acts.  Paul has reached his destination, Jerusalem, where he will have the opportunity to share his story.