The Witness’s Central Subject
The Witness’s Central Subject
Acts 3
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Sunday Morning Service,  May 3, 2015

Most of us have favorite subjects of conversation we can go on and on about. But in order to carry on the mission of Jesus as his witnesses, our central subject must be the name of the one who called us. As we read through this remarkable account in Acts 3, we are encouraged by two of Jesus’ earliest witnesses as they continually point their listeners to him.

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