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But I'm giving you a new command. You must love each other, just as I have loved you. 35If you love each other, everyone will know that you are my disciples.

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›› Lesson 8 Romans 3:24 (CEV) But God treats us much better than we deserve, and because of Christ Jesus, he freely accepts us and sets us free from our sins.

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After Paul had stayed for a while with the Lord’s followers in Corinth, he told them JRRGE\HDQGVDLOHGRQWR6\ULDZLWK$TXLODDQG Priscilla. But before he left, he had his head shaved at Cenchreae because he had made a promise to God. 19The three of them arrived in Ephesus, where Paul left Priscilla and Aquila. He then went into the Jewish meeting place to talk with the people there. 20They asked him to stay longer, but he refused. 21He told WKHPJRRGE\HDQGVDLG¾,I*RGOHWVPH,œOO come back’.

A Jewish man named Apollos came to Ephesus. Apollos had been born in the city of Alexandria. He was a very good speaker and knew a lot about the Scriptures. 25He also knew much about the Lord’s Way, and he spoke about it with great excitement. What he taught about Jesus was right, but all he knew was John’s message about baptism. 26Apollos started speaking bravely in the Jewish meeting place. But when Priscilla and Aquila heard him, they took him to their home and helped him understand God’s Way even better.

Paul sailed to Caesarea, where he greeted the church. Then he went on to Antioch. 23 After staying there for a while, he left and visited several places in Galatia and Phrygia. He helped the followers there to become stronger in their faith.

Apollos decided to travel through Achaia. So the Lord’s followers wrote letters, encouraging the followers there to welcome him. After Apollos arrived in Achaia, he was a great help to everyone who had put their faith in the Lord Jesus because of God’s kindness. 28 +HJRWLQWR¿HUFHDUJXPHQWVZLWKWKH-HZLVK people, and in public he used the Scriptures to prove that Jesus is the Messiah.

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›› Lesson 18 Timothy’s mission: To continue passing on the mission!

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Connect A2 Upper Primary Student Activity Book  
Connect A2 Upper Primary Student Activity Book  

A sample from the Revised 2017 edition of the Connect A2 Upper Primary Student Activity Book.