Tonight we look at Acts 1:12-26 and Luke's account of the apostles finding Judas Iscariot's replacement.  It seems strange that Luke would write of this account in between his discussion about the Holy Spirit, but upon a closer look we see that Luke is teaching us something powerful about the Spirit's work.  In this story we see that God's plans and purposes are unstoppable and that the Holy Spirit works to bring God's plan to fruition.  Join us we study these verses and find a God who stands unwaveringly committed to His plans, even in the midst of what seems to us as chaos.  

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