June 24, 2018

Etymologically Speaking

Passage: Acts 3:11-18
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Rev. Rob Morgan once wrote, "According to etymologists, the word "enthusiasm" has a Christian origin.  When people in the early church came to Christ, they were filled with a joy, zeal, and power they'd never known before.  Since no one term described all these things, they put together the Greek word for "in"--"en"--and "God"--"Theos, creating the term "en-theos-ist": ENTHUSIAST."  Join us in Acts 3:11-18 as the Apostle Peter put all of the crucial words together.  Praise the Lord!