This post tackles part 2 of chapter 5 in the book of Acts. The apostles are arrested, put in prison, freed then brought before the council. When before the council, the apostle Peter speaks again once more to the Jewish leaders. The Jewish leaders are in desperate need to stop this new doctrine of Christ and don’t know what to do. Let’s look into the details.
Ananias and Saphira – In this post, we will see what was happening in the early church that was built by God on the hands of the apostles. As the church grew and the disciples shared everything, the church was far from being perfect. Some were true examples of gratitude but some acted with hypocrisy.
Acts 4 – Peter and John Arrested – In this post, we continue our biblical study of the book of Acts chapter 4 where Peter and John are arrested and brought before the council after they healed the lame beggar. We will see why they were arrested, what Peter claimed about Jesus as well as the evidence used for the Lord.
Acts 3 – The apostles Peter and John heal a lame man from birth sitting on the gate of the temple. Peter delivers his second sermon about Jesus and faith in His name. This article is a biblical study of this chapter and will show you dear reader how important is faith in the name of Jesus.
In the second part of Acts chapter 2, the apostle Peter exposes the good news of Jesus Christ. He exposes what we should believe and what we should do to be reconciled to God through the sacrifice of His Son. In this article, I will lay some details down to help you dear reader single out the important details of the gospel and of the Christian life.
The day of Pentecost in chapter 2 of the book of Acts is a major event. It is the one event when God intervened and blasted off the Church as a missile into Orbit. We are still living the consequences of that day. Every Christian should have their day of Pentecost. This article is a commentary on that event. May the Lord bless you dear reader and seeker of the truth!
In this study of the first chapter of the book of Acts, it is surprising how much we can learn if we take our time when we read the Word. The Spirit taught me through this chapter how I have to wait on God and not think He is on my timetable. He fixes things out of His own will and He leads the way, we only have to follow. In this small post, I want to look at some of the things in this chapter. May the Lord use His servant for His glory!