1) "He was on his way back home": Ethiopian eunuch
Acts 8 we learn of a man who was both a preacher and a deacon who was
successful preaching and baptizing in
2) "He was on his way home": Moses
Exodus 3 we learn of Moses who was on
his way home to
"He was on his way to
In Acts 9 we read that Paul was on his way to Damascus thinking he was doing God a service by arresting, and sometimes killing, Christians. The Lord appeared to Paul and told him that he was causing injury to Him, when the Church suffers, the Lord suffers. Later Paul resumed his journey to Damascus and learned that even though one is sincere, one can be sincerely wrong. Paul learned that the Law of Moses had been “nailed to the cross” and had been “wiped out” (Col. 2:14). Paul also learned “the truth” (John 8:32) and was baptized. Paul became a great servant of God and died for his convictions.
4) "He was on his way to a new home": Abraham
Genesis 11-12 we find Abram, Sari and
5) "They were on their way home without Jesus": Mary and Joseph
Luke 2 we learn the parents of Jesus who came to
6) "He was on his way back home": Prodigal son
In Luke 15 we have the lesson of the prodigal son who left for a new home only to find the “grass wasn’t greener on the other side”. He acknowledged that going home was preferable to staying where he was, so he made plans to return. Having it “our way” may be the American way but that isn’t God’s way.
Are you on your way home?