Keep Doing What You Know To Do

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Acts 17:2

As was his custom, Paul went into the synagogue, and on three Sabbath days he reasoned with them from the Scriptures.


When St. Paul arrived in Thessalonica to preach the gospel for the first time, he went on the Sabbath day to preach the good news about Jesus. He did this three Sabbaths in a row.


This passage tells us that it was Paul’s custom to do this in every city he travelled to. He was a learned and skilled Rabbi. So for him to speak in a Jewish synagogue was normal and very much accepted by Jewish people, even though he was a “Jesus Follower.” The way Paul the Apostle spread the good news was to do what he knew to do, which was to start by speaking in the synagogue. That was the meeting place. Because he did, Jewish people would follow Jesus and then the doors would open for people of all religious traditions to be saved. Maybe you haven’t turned the world upside down for Jesus yet, but if you’ll “Keep Doing What You Know To Do” eventually good things will happen.


Dear Jesus,

Today, with Your help, I’m going to “Keep Doing What I Know To Do” in faith, believing that a miracle is right around the corner. Amen

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