Characters in Acts
True conversion to Christ is a matter of the heart. In this book, Harry Uprichard examines seven people in the book of Acts who had a close encounter with the gospel, and explores their different heart reactions. Some accepted the gospel, responding with believing, changed, open and vital hearts. Others delayed, disdained or denounced the good news. The accounts of these lives tell of a
heaven to be gained and a hell to be shunned only through the Lord Jesus Christ
About the Author:
Harry Uprichard is a retired minister of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland, having pastored the congregation of Trinity, Ahoghill in Co. Antrim for over forty years.
He has authored several books, including A Son Is Given: Christ in Isaiah, A Son Is Promised: Christ in the Psalms, A Son Is Revealed: Christ in Mark and an EP Study
Commentary on Ephesians (all Evangelical Press). He spends his time preaching and writing. His interests include music, sport, walking and detective thrillers.
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