How to Deal with Disrupted Plans | A Sermon from Acts 25:1-12

How to Deal with Disrupted Plans | A Sermon from Acts 25:1-12

The Apostle Paul wanted to visit Rome. He probably never imagined that he would have to first sit in jail for two years and then be carried there as a prisoner in order to fulfill this plan. Have you ever had plans disrupted? How do we deal with it when our life gets thrown upside down? Where is God in all of the chaos? This sermon explores those things as we look at Paul’s story in Acts 25:1-12.

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