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Priscilla And Aquila

The apostle Peter uses a lovely expression of a Christian husband and wife when he describes them as joint-heirs of the grace of life. Priscilla and Aquila were a wonderful example of just such a couple - joint heirs indeed ...



Titus is one of the better known characters of the New Testament perhaps, for there's an epistle bearing his name. It was written to him by the apostle Paul and he describes Titus as his true child after a common ...



A missionary friend of mine who served the Lord for many years in Nigeria used to tell of a leprous man who insisted on helping him one day when he was travelling through a dangerous part of the bush. He ...



Another Bible character who must have been well known to the apostle Peter was Barnabas. He was an encourager of others. His first name was Joseph. That's what his parents called him. But the apostles surnamed him Barnabas, because he ...



Another of the apostle Paul's companions was a man called Silvanus, sometimes shortened to Silas. And he worked with Peter too, for Peter writes about him at the close of his first epistle. In fact, it seems as though Silvanus ...



Onesimus was a runaway slave, whom the apostle Paul helped to find the Saviour. He spoke about him as "my child, whom I have begotten in my bonds, Onesimus". He became very helpful to the aged apostle when he was ...



The two opening verses of Romans chapter 16 provide lots of useful instruction: "I commend unto you Phoebe our sister, who is a servant of the church that is at Cenchreae, that ye receive her in the Lord, worthily of ...



Epaphras was a Colossian. He's mentioned only three times in the Scriptures, but Paul says so much about him in those three references that we feel we know him well. He describes him as a faithful minister of Christ. That's ...


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