Acts 15:1-31 - Come On In

August 23, 2020 00:39:13
Acts
Florida Coast Church
Acts 15:1-31 - Come On In
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As the number of non-Jewish believers in Jesus began to overwhelm the original Jewish Christians, some wanted to make it harder for non-Jews to become Christians.  As recorded in Acts 15:1-31, the church met in Jerusalem to discuss the matter and reaffirmed that both Jews and Gentiles receive salvation in the exact same way: by God's grace through faith in Jesus.

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