Day 134 - Acts 18

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V.1-17 Though we never read of an assembly of believers being formed at Athens, we learn that many in Corinth received the Lord Jesus (v. 10). So we have the instructive two letters (Epistles) to the Corinthians. Athens, the city of the intellect. Corinth the city of luxury and immorality. Which would turn to the Lord? Paul stays at Athens a few days at Corinth 18 months.
V.18-23 Paul’s tireless activity, preaching the unsearchable riches of Christ. He didn’t miss any believers, “all” (v. 23).
V.21 Three important words “if God will.” Do we say this?
V.24-28 Though Apollos was a very intelligent and educated man, and a believer, he did not know the whole gospel story. He was willing to receive instruction from tent-makers, Acquila and Priscilla. 1 Corinthians 1:25-29 gives us the reason.