Acts 28 The Dispensational Boundary
Is there a boundary in Scripture at Acts 28?
Are you filled with questions or unease about this life you are living? Have you ever wondered why you exist or why there is so much sorrow in this world? Is there a God? Is there purpose behind any of this or is it all just random chance? What happens if I die? Does it ever feel like there is something missing because nothing in this life seems to satisfy? The questions can be endless, however, there is an answer to all these questions and more. They can be found in The Word of The One and Only True Living God.
Gods Word contains answers for the beginning and end of things and everything in between. You will find that its not about going to church, dressing a certain way, talking a certain way, bowing down to idols, being good enough, doing enough good deeds and on and on... God's Word, you will find, is filled with answers not rules, love and not fear. It is different than what all the religions in the world have made it out to be. There is Love beyond measure, satisfaction that can't be contained, a hope beyond your wildest imagination, and a peace that passes all understanding. If this sparks your interest, lets take a peek at what God's Word has to say. A couple of key verses in The Word of God which are focal to an epic purpose and plan that we can be a part of, but also key to our own individual lives, and a beginning point to answering all the questions you have are;
John 3:16 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.
John 3:17 For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved.
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