Pastor Shaq Hager continues our series on the book of Acts. In Acts 1:12-26 we see the disciples as they do the work of replacing Judas with Matthias, and as they wait and pray together. It’s a group of people (over 100 in total) who are doing what Jesus told them to do – go to Jerusalem, wait, and pray. In our modern, American approach to life both waiting and praying can feel like inaction. But, as Pastor Shaq points out, waiting detoxes our urgency to produce and praying saturates our mobility with the Spirit.
Katie Long reads Acts 1:12-26 (NIV). You can see and hear Katie as she reads this passage by clicking here.