Living out the Gospel amidst the days of unleavened bread Welcome to Watchman n Warrior
For the apostles and the early church living under the eye’s of the Roman empire was constant. For much of the time, in the beginning jews as well as the gentiles did not understand the power of the gospel of Christ, Yeshua. After its momentus spread after Pentecost the Jews saw it as a threat. The Lord appeared to Shaul, who became Paul and the crier and proclaimer of the gospel was sent out. The feasts were a part of their lives. Even the days of unleavened bread found the group, that is, those who traveled with Paul busy. Their lives would center around the feasts and the days of unleavened bread.
In this portion from acts Paul is seen leaving one area of Philippi after the days of unleavened bread. They came to Troas in five days, and abode seven days. The importance of this is the acceptance and following of unleavened bread. They ministered and always kept the feasts. The group’s lifestyle to spread the gospel, travel, preach, teach, and pray involved the days of unleavened bread as well as the other feasts.
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