When Victory Looks and Feels Like Defeat | The Mission to Philippi
Topic: Children, Kids, Evangelism, Gospel, Great Commission Scripture: Acts 16:11–16:40
There are many opportunities to quit serving Christ, many points, at which, gospel work seems hopeless. Standing in the rubble of a bold new endeavor is most certainly one of those times. What do you do when you’ve followed God, seen His hand leading you, and witnessed Him saving souls only to see the enemy attack and destroy everything you’ve labored over? When you and your Christian service lay on the floor demoralized and bloodied from the battle against the kingdom of darkness, what is the next step? This is When Victory Looks and Feels Like Defeat and Paul's Mission to Philippi.
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