The Conversation Of A Slave Girl by Jerry Vines

THE CONVERSION OF A SLAVE GIRL
Acts 16:16
Dr. Vines 1/18/87
We are pursuing our study now in Paul's second missionary journey. We
come tonight to the conversion of the young slave girl, and also the
conversion of the Philippian jailer.
On the journeys of the apostle Paul everywhere he went there was either
a riot or a revival. There was never any neutralities so far as Paul and his
ministry was concerned. Everywhere he went he made friends with Jesus Christ
or he made foes for Jesus Christ. When Paul went into a city he did not stay
in the penthouse, but normally, he was placed in the jail house. Paul, coming
with a dynamic, saving, changing Gospel of Jesus Christ divided men concerning
their alleigiance to the Lord Jesus. So, it is very important for us to see
that when Christ comes and when people are saved, there is a change and there
is a difference in their lives. Conversion is never the same between
individuals. Some people respond one way, some people's conversion is another
way. Last Sunday night we looked at the conversion of Lydia. Lydia was a
career woman -- a seller of purple. She seems to have had a rather quiet
conversion experience. The Bible says that Paul preached the Word. Shared the
Good News of Jesus Christ and the Lord opened her heart. She invited Jesus
into her heart and she had a wonderful salvation experience. It was a rather
quiet, deeply personal experience, but it was very, very real. In this passage
of Scripture tonight there is the conversion of a slave girl. It was a rather
eruptive kind of conversion. It was an explosive situation. A riot occurred as
a result of her conversion experience. So, when people are saved there is a
variety of response that may be found. We are going to see tonight what takes
place in the conversion of this young lady and in the conversion of a man who
would be considered an absolutely, impossible case. There are no impossible
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cases with Jesus Christ. The Bible says in the Old ...


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