On Sunday I’m preaching on Acts 11.

One of the most striking things from our series on Acts is the fact that the movement you see taking place is unquestionably God’s movement. Humanly speaking everything is against it succeeding. People are out to stop the followers of Jesus through physical force, the apostles appear completely disorganised (how often do you find them having to send someone to a place to find out what God has been doing there?!). And yet the movement keeps on going. It crosses racial and religious and cultural boundaries in an unprecedented way.

Gamaliel was right in Acts 5. If the movement was of human origin, it was bound to fail. But if it is a movement of God then that’s a whole other matter.

The video below is designed to illustrate this…