“All In”

Following his arrest in Jerusalem, Paul had the opportunity to defend himself before the Roman governor Festus. Festus solicited King Agrippa’s help (Ac 25:12-27).

Paul first told of his old life but he then told of the Lord’s appearance to him and how he had since been obedient “ALL IN” (totally committed) to God and to declare the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Paul asked King Agrippa if he believed the prophets. Agrippa replied, “Almost thou persuadest me to be a Christian” (Acts 26:27).

King Agrippa represents those who are HOLDING OUT on the Lord. People on the verge of coming to Jesus, but for some reason, they are holding out, close, but still not saved!

“ALL IN” -You really shouldn’t expect God to expect anything less. When God sent Jesus Christ He went all-in. When Jesus died on the cross He went all-in. Jesus gave all of His life for us and He wants us to give all of our life to Him.

“God is ready to assume full responsibility for the life wholly yielded to Him”
—Andrew Murray.

Inspired in part by Matthew West song titled the same, “ALL IN”.

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