November 13, 2016 | Sharad Yadav
Scripture: Acts 28:17-31 | Series: Uncommon
All of our stories are littered with the grief of endings. At the conclusion of the book of Acts, Paul comes to what he believes could be the end of his life. His priorities in that moment demonstrate what it means to finish well: he maintains the vulnerability of hope, a clarity of conscience and the integrity of his character. But all these things were just the natural results of a life committed to the good news about Jesus Christ for which Paul lived his life.