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Acts Chapter 18 covers Paul, Aquila, Priscilla and Apollos in Corinth and Ephesus. Acts 18 contains some interesting lessons for our lives today. The study questions are designed for personal or group inductive style Bible study and discussion. 

Acts Chapter 18

For more information on the early church, see recent books on the Book Of Acts.

Aquila and Priscilla in the Bible, Acts 18:1-17:

1.  Why were Priscilla and Aquila in Corinth instead of their home in Italy?

2.  How do you feel this is an example of God using bad things that happen to do good things?

3.  Can you think of an example where God used a bad event in your life?

4.  Why is it significant that Paul "shook out his clothes?"

5.  Since most of the Jews did not accept Paul's teaching, what do you think life was like for Crispus, the synagogue ruler?

6.  Since Paul had served Jesus as an apostle for many years, why do you feel God told him not to be afraid?

7.  Do you feel today's servants of God ever experience fear?

8.  If fear is a normal experience for servants of God, why do you feel so many people let it stop them?

9.  In verse 17, it lists Sosthenes as the Synagogue ruler, what do you think happened to Crispus? 

Apollos, Priscilla and Aquila, Acts 18:18-28:

Review Acts 1-18:  Paul had stayed in Corinth more than 18 months.  In all that time, Acts only records once when God spoke to him and no healings or other miracles.

1.  Why do you feel we get impatient if we haven't heard from God in a week?

2.  Does it make sense for us to expect to see miraculous healings, prophecies or other signs to know God is still with us?  If so, why would we need faith?

3.  Why do you feel people in modern times don't cut their hair off because of a vow?

4.  On his way back to Antioch, Paul passed through Ephesus.  Why do you feel he only taught in the synagogue one day even though they had asked him to stay?

5.  What do you feel it means by "John's baptism?"

6.  Since Apollos knew only John's baptism, do you feel he was a Christian?

7.  Why do you feel the Bible points out that Apollos had a "thorough knowledge of the Scriptures?"

8.  Is it important for us to have a thorough knowledge or can we just do what our minister says?  Why/why not? 

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