Gregg Bing - October 11, 2015

Paul in Rome - Part 1

The Book of Acts

Why was it a "must" for Paul to see Rome? This would be his final appeal to the Jews, their final rejection, and his final turn to the Gentiles -- a significant turning point. So, Paul calls the leaders of the Jews in Rome and tells them that "for the hope of Israel, he was bound with a chain." We examine what Paul meant by this.

Scripture References: Acts 28:17-20

From Series: "The Book of Acts"

These lessons provide a verse by verse study through one of the most challenging books of the Bible from a dispensational viewpoint, showing the transition from God's focus on Israel to the start of the Church, the Body of Christ.

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