The early Christians spread the good news of the Kingdom to the most distant part of the earth. Jesus directed them where to preach and miraculously enabled them to teach people in their own languages. Jehovah gave them boldness and the power to overcome vicious persecution.
Jesus gave the apostle John a vision of Jehovah’s glory. In another vision, John saw the Kingdom of the heavens conquer Satan and end his domination forever. John saw Jesus ruling as King and his 144,000 corulers with him. John also saw the whole earth become a paradise where everyone worships Jehovah in peace and unity.
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What miraculous power does holy spirit give to them?
The religious leaders who had Jesus killed now try to silence his disciples. But they cannot.
Saul is a violent enemy of the Christians, but that is about to change.
Why does God send Peter to the house of this man, who is not a Jew?
The apostle Paul and his missionary companions begin the preaching work in distant lands.
How are a demon, an earthquake, and a sword all involved in this story?
The two men work together as friends and fellow servants for many years.
The journey is full of dangers, but no difficulty can slow down this apostle.
Jesus gives him a series of visions about the future.
The Revelation to John shows how God’s Kingdom will change life on earth.