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How Were the Disciples of Jesus Important to the New Testament Church?
Those called apostles were eyewitnesses of Jesus and served as shepherds and leaders of the early church. They took on critical roles as they went into the world.
Fighting Fire with . . . Prayer?
Think about the daunting challenge the church of the first century faced. They had no political base, no voting block in the Roman Senate, and no emperor of Rome who was sympathetic toward them.
A Different Set of Criteria?
In Acts 6, the newfound church had exploded into existence and discovered their first problem: they had a great deal of money!
Why is Acts an Incomplete History?
G. Campbell Morgan
To one taking up the book for the first time, the title, “The Acts of the Apostles,” would seem to suggest that in the book we should find a chronicle of all the doings of all the apostles. We know that this is not so.
Why Did James Die But Peter Lived?
We see it all the time in the Scripture: one person is spared from what seems like certain death, while another endures hardship and dies in faith.
Acts: Our Source for Evangelism Information?
The Book of Acts is the most critical source in the universe for our views of evangelism.
The Unstoppable Apostles?
Unstoppable is the word that comes to mind when you look at the early days of the church.
Philip: Our Example of Trusting Jesus?
Philip is an example of a believer who trusted in Christ, regardless of the situation.
Repentance before Salvation?
Does it seem strange that Peter said “repent” instead of “believe”?
Faith or Works?
The word believe is made up of two words: be and live.
The Apostles: They Weren't So Different?
What we see in the Book of Acts is normal, New Testament Christianity. It is the standard that God has set.
Apparent to Their Enemies?
Just as with the Apostles Peter and John, your relationship with Jesus should be apparent even to your enemies.
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