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Bible Trivia Quiz: Acts Chapters 8-14

Updated on February 25, 2016
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Lori Colbo is an online media writer who's passion is writing on her Christian faith. Her other passion is being Nana to 12 grandchildren.

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Introduction to Acts, Chapters 8 - 14

The stories continue to become more and more exciting in the next seven chapters. God's power manifests in the most unlikely person you could imagine. He and the other apostles and new believers turn the world upside down with their brazen delivery of the message of Jesus. Prisons and persecutions of varying kinds, and grand rescues by friends of a different world. There is a few moments of levity in the story of Peter's imprionment and escape. Peter receives a life transforming message in the form of a vision, and it changes the course of his ministry. Hope you enjoy the journey through the Acts of the Apostles.

Acts chapters 8-14


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Pictoral Journey through Acts 8 - 14

"Saul made havoc of the church, entering every house and dragging off men and women, committing them to prison" (Acts 8:3).
"Saul made havoc of the church, entering every house and dragging off men and women, committing them to prison" (Acts 8:3). | Source
Saul meets Jesus on the road to Damascus where he was planning to persecute more believers. Jesus knocked him off his horse and changed his life forever. Acts 9:1-9
Saul meets Jesus on the road to Damascus where he was planning to persecute more believers. Jesus knocked him off his horse and changed his life forever. Acts 9:1-9
Peter's vision of a sheet with unclean animals and God telling him to kill and eat. What could it mean? Acts 10:9-16.
Peter's vision of a sheet with unclean animals and God telling him to kill and eat. What could it mean? Acts 10:9-16.
In Lystra Paul and Barnabas are worshiped as god's after they perform a miracle. Find out what they do. Acts 14:8-15.
In Lystra Paul and Barnabas are worshiped as god's after they perform a miracle. Find out what they do. Acts 14:8-15.

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      Lori Colbo 4 years ago from Pacific Northwest

      Nice Bill, way to go.

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      William Kovacic 4 years ago from Pleasant Gap, PA

      Yea!!! I got 100%.