Now  the  apostles  and  the  brothers  who  were  
throughout  Judea  heard  that  the  Gen4les  also  had  
received  th...
And  I  heard  a  voice  saying  to  me,  ‘Rise,  Peter;  kill  
and  eat.’  But  I  said,  ‘By  no  means,  Lord;  for  
...
And  the  Spirit  told  me  to  go  with  them,  making  
no  dis4nc4on.  These  six  brothers  also  
accompanied  me,  a...
As  I  began  to  speak,  the  Holy  Spirit  fell  on  them  
just  as  on  us  at  the  beginning.  And  I  
remembered  ...
When  they  heard  these  things  they  fell  silent.  
And  they  glorified  God,  saying,  “Then  to  the  
Gen4les  also...
While  Peter  was  s4ll  saying  these  things,  the  
Holy  Spirit  fell  on  all  who  heard  the  word.  And  
the  bel...
Then  Peter  declared,  “Can  anyone  withhold  
water  for  bap4zing  these  people,  who  have  
received  the  Holy  Sp...
Peter’s  example:  
•  Make  it  a  priority  to  hear  from  God.  
•  Make  it  a  priority  to  obey  instantly,  witho...
SHUT  UP  AND  WORSHIP!  
Allow  God  to  have  the  last  word  
Acts  11:1-­‐18  
I.  CONFLICT  IS  MOST  EFFECTIVELY  DEALT  WITH  
BY  A  LIFESTYLE  OF  INTIMCACY  WITH  GOD  
A  soT  answer  turns  away  wrath,  
        but  a  harsh  word  s4rs  up  anger.  
Proverbs  15:1  (ESV)  
I.  WE  DEAL  WITH  CONFLICT  BY  A  LIFESTYLE  OF  
INTIMCACY  WITH  GOD  
II.  WE  DEAL  WITH  CONFLICT  BY  FOLLOWING  ...
I.  WE  DEAL  WITH  CONFLICT  BY  A  LIFESTYLE  OF  
INTIMCACY  WITH  GOD  
II.  WE  DEAL  WITH  CONFLICT  BY  FOLLOWING  ...
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Shut Up and Worship Slides, 11/10/13

  1. 1. Now  the  apostles  and  the  brothers  who  were   throughout  Judea  heard  that  the  Gen4les  also  had   received  the  word  of  God.  So  when  Peter  went  up   to  Jerusalem,  the  circumcision  party  cri4cized  him,   saying,  “You  went  to  uncircumcised  men  and  ate   with  them.”  But  Peter  began  and  explained  it  to   them  in  order:  “I  was  in  the  city  of  Joppa  praying,   and  in  a  trance  I  saw  a  vision,  something  like  a  great   sheet  descending,  being  let  down  from  heaven  by   its  four  corners,  and  it  came  down  to  me.  Looking  at   it  closely,  I  observed  animals  and  beasts  of  prey  and   rep4les  and  birds  of  the  air.    
  2. 2. And  I  heard  a  voice  saying  to  me,  ‘Rise,  Peter;  kill   and  eat.’  But  I  said,  ‘By  no  means,  Lord;  for   nothing  common  or  unclean  has  ever  entered   my  mouth.’  But  the  voice  answered  a  second   4me  from  heaven,  ‘What  God  has  made  clean,   do  not  call  common.’  This  happened  three   4mes,  and  all  was  drawn  up  again  into  heaven.   And  behold,  at  that  very  moment  three  men   arrived  at  the  house  in  which  we  were,  sent  to   me  from  Caesarea.    
  3. 3. And  the  Spirit  told  me  to  go  with  them,  making   no  dis4nc4on.  These  six  brothers  also   accompanied  me,  and  we  entered  the  man's   house.  And  he  told  us  how  he  had  seen  the   angel  stand  in  his  house  and  say,  ‘Send  to  Joppa   and  bring  Simon  who  is  called  Peter;  he  will   declare  to  you  a  message  by  which  you  will  be   saved,  you  and  all  your  household.’  
  4. 4. As  I  began  to  speak,  the  Holy  Spirit  fell  on  them   just  as  on  us  at  the  beginning.  And  I   remembered  the  word  of  the  Lord,  how  he  said,   ‘John  bap4zed  with  water,  but  you  will  be   bap4zed  with  the  Holy  Spirit.’  If  then  God  gave   the  same  giT  to  them  as  he  gave  to  us  when  we   believed  in  the  Lord  Jesus  Christ,  who  was  I  that   I  could  stand  in  God's  way?”  
  5. 5. When  they  heard  these  things  they  fell  silent.   And  they  glorified  God,  saying,  “Then  to  the   Gen4les  also  God  has  granted  repentance  that   leads  to  life.”   Acts  11:1-­‐18  (ESV)    
  6. 6. While  Peter  was  s4ll  saying  these  things,  the   Holy  Spirit  fell  on  all  who  heard  the  word.  And   the  believers  from  among  the  circumcised  who   had  come  with  Peter  were  amazed,  because  the   giT  of  the  Holy  Spirit  was  poured  out  even  on   the  Gen4les.  For  they  were  hearing  them   speaking  in  tongues  and  extolling  God.    
  7. 7. Then  Peter  declared,  “Can  anyone  withhold   water  for  bap4zing  these  people,  who  have   received  the  Holy  Spirit  just  as  we  have?”  And   he  commanded  them  to  be  bap4zed  in  the   name  of  Jesus  Christ.  Then  they  asked  him  to   remain  for  some  days.   Acts  10:44-­‐48  (ESV)  
  8. 8. Peter’s  example:   •  Make  it  a  priority  to  hear  from  God.   •  Make  it  a  priority  to  obey  instantly,  without   ques4oning.   •  ATer  we’ve  heard,  as  we  obey,  make  it  a   priority  to  get  out  of  the  way  and  follow  God,   no  maZer  HOW  He  chooses  to  move.  
  9. 9. SHUT  UP  AND  WORSHIP!   Allow  God  to  have  the  last  word   Acts  11:1-­‐18  
  10. 10. I.  CONFLICT  IS  MOST  EFFECTIVELY  DEALT  WITH   BY  A  LIFESTYLE  OF  INTIMCACY  WITH  GOD  
  11. 11. A  soT  answer  turns  away  wrath,          but  a  harsh  word  s4rs  up  anger.   Proverbs  15:1  (ESV)  
  12. 12. I.  WE  DEAL  WITH  CONFLICT  BY  A  LIFESTYLE  OF   INTIMCACY  WITH  GOD   II.  WE  DEAL  WITH  CONFLICT  BY  FOLLOWING   THE  LEADING  OF  THE  HOLY  SPIRIT  
  13. 13. I.  WE  DEAL  WITH  CONFLICT  BY  A  LIFESTYLE  OF   INTIMCACY  WITH  GOD   II.  WE  DEAL  WITH  CONFLICT  BY  FOLLOWING   THE  LEADING  OF  THE  HOLY  SPIRIT   III.  WE  DEAL  WITH  CONFLICT  BY  SUBMITTING   TO  THE  WORD  
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