A Broader Vision
A Broader Vision
Acts 10:1-33
Speaker's Picture
Sunday Morning Service,  June 24, 2018

Cornelius was a sincere and good man, but he was also a gentile who did not know the gospel of Jesus Christ. Peter was key apostle who had experienced the power of God through the preaching of Pentecost, in Jerusalem and beyond. Yet his ministry was primarily to Jews, not to Gentiles. God is about to use visions to challenge each of these men and bring them together to open the door of the gospel to the Gentiles.

Lessons with Similar Topics


Other Lessons by Russ Baun

Church Membership - A Commitment
Mark Six: Church Membership
Children of God by the Spirit
The Spirit of God Makes All the Difference
A Matter of the Mind
Walk Together in Christian Love

Other Lessons in Acts

Mark Six: Church Membership
Mark Two: Biblical Theology
The Prayers of Nehemiah
Jesus, from the Start to the Finish
The Faith That Overcomes Fear
Almost Persuaded