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Acts 11:19-30

  1. The persecution of Stephen brought the gospel to Antioch. (Acts 11:19)
  2. Jesus revealed to the people that he could only do what he saw the Father doing. (John 5:19)
  3. Elders of the early church followed this same model of Jesus, so they sent Barnabas to Antioch to see what the Father was doing there. (Acts 11:22)
  4. Henry Blackaby challenged the leaders of Walworth County to “see what God is doing” in our county and to be a part of it.
  5. When Barnabas arrived, he didn’t just see potential, he saw fruit. (Acts 11:23)
  6. God uses others to exhort us to remain steadfast and faithful to Him. (Acts 11:23)
  7. Barnabas went to get Saul and bring him back to the place where he saw God moving. (Acts 11:26)
  8. The Elders of the early church were not only aware of what God was doing in their own community, but in the surrounding communities as well.
  9. When God is moving in an area, He will often send people there to speak for Him. (Acts 11:27)
  10. The disciples in Antioch saw that God wanted to do something special in Judea, so they sent relief. (Acts 11:29)