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Church On The Move (Part 3   A Restorative Movement)
Church On The Move (Part 3   A Restorative Movement)
Church On The Move (Part 3   A Restorative Movement)
Church On The Move (Part 3   A Restorative Movement)
Church On The Move (Part 3   A Restorative Movement)
Church On The Move (Part 3   A Restorative Movement)
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Church On The Move (Part 3 A Restorative Movement)

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  • 1. .:Part  3  -­  A  Restorative  Movement:.
  • 2. A Missional Church Christ Centered Prayer Focused Spirit Empowered People Embodied
  • 3. A  Restoration  of  Sight Acts  3:1-­5                                                                                                                One  day  Peter  and  John                                                                                                                  were  going  up  to  the  temple                                                                                                                    at  the  time  of  prayer—at                                                                                                                  three  in  the  afternoon.  Now                                                                                                                  a  man  crippled  from  birth                                                                                                                  was  being  carried  to  the   temple  gate  called  Beautiful,  where  he  was  put  every   day  to  beg  from  those  going  into  the  temple  courts.   When  he  saw  Peter  and  John  about  to  enter,  he  asked   them  for  money.  Peter  looked  straight  at  him,  as  did   John.  Then  Peter  said,  "Look  at  us!"  So  the  man  gave   them  his  attention,  expecting  to  get  something  from   them.  
  • 4. A  Restoration  of  Touch Acts  3:6-­8 Then  Peter  said,  "Silver  or  gold  I  do  not  have,  but  what   I  have  I  give  you.  In  the  name  of  Jesus  Christ  of   Nazareth,  walk."  Taking  him  by  the  right  hand,  he   helped  him  up,  and  instantly  the  man's  feet  and  ankles   became  strong.  He  jumped  to  his  feet  and  began  to   walk.  Then  he  went  with  them  into  the  temple  courts,   walking  and  jumping,  and  praising  God.  
  • 5. A  Restoration  of  Perspective Acts  3:9-­12 When  all  the  people  saw  him  walking  and  praising  God,   they  recognized  him  as  the  same  man  who  used  to  sit   begging  at  the  temple  gate  called  Beautiful,  and  they   were  Xilled  with  wonder  and  amazement  at  what  had   happened  to  him.  While  the  beggar  held  on  to  Peter   and  John,  all  the  people  were  astonished  and  came   running  to  them  in  the  place  called  Solomon's   Colonnade.  When  Peter  saw  this,  he   said  to  them:  “Men  of  Israel,  why   does  this  surprise  you?  Why  do  you   stare  at  us  as  if  by  our  own  power   or  godliness  we  had  made  this  man   walk?”
  • 6. .:Part  3  -­  A  Restorative  Movement:.

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