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The ACTS of the Apostles.
Jesus is seen as: The Sender of the Holy Ghost
-Bible Study Info-WRITER. In the Acts of the Apostles Luke continues the account of Christianity begun in the Gospel which bears his name. In the "former treatise" he tells what Jesus "began both to do and teach"; in the Acts, what Jesus continued to do and teach through His Holy Spirit sent down.

DATE. The Acts concludes with the account of Paul's earliest ministry in Rome, A.D. 65, and appears to have been written at or near that time.

THEME. This book records the ascension and promised return of the Lord Jesus, the descent of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost, Peter's use of the keys, opening the kingdom (considered as the sphere of profession, as in Mat. 13) to the Jews at Pentecost, and to the Gentiles in the house of Cornelius; the beginning of the Christian church and the conversion and ministry of Paul.

The Holy Spirit fills the scene. As the presence of the Son, exalting and revealing the Father, is the great fact of the Gospels, so the presence of the Spirit, exalting and revealing the Son, is the great fact of the Acts.

Acts is in two chief parts: In the first section (1-9.43) Peter is the prominent personage, Jerusalem is the center, and the ministry is to Jews. Already in covenant relations with Jehovah, they had sinned in rejecting Jesus as the Christ. The preaching, therefore, was directed to that point, and repentance (i.e. "a changed mind") was demanded. The apparent failure of the Old Testament promises concerning the Davidic kingdom was explained by the promise that the kingdom would be set up at the return of Christ (Ac 2:25-31; 15:14-16). This ministry to Israel fulfilled Lu 19:12-14. In the persecutions of the apostles and finally in the martyrdom of Stephen, the Jews sent after the king the message, "We will not have this man to reign over us." In the second division (10.1-28.31) Paul is prominent, a new center is established at Antioch, and the ministry is chiefly to Gentiles who, as "strangers from the covenants of promise" (Eph 2:12), had but to "believe on the Lord Jesus Christ" to be saved. Chapters 11, 12, and 15 of this section are transitional, establishing finally the distinction, doctrinally, between law and grace. Galatians should be read in this connection.

The events recorded in The Acts cover a period of 32 years.

Ref: The Scofield Reference Bible.

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21. ACTS 5:17-32
1983-01-30  S-A.M.  28:05   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ACTS 5:17-32

The second persecution.
The answer of the apostles.
22. ACTS 5:33-42
1983-01-30  S-A.M.  38:48   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ACTS 5:33-42

The warning of Gamaliel.
The apostles beaten.
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23. ACTS 6:1-8
1983-02-13  S-A.M.  38:04   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ACTS 6:1-8

The first deacons.
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24. ACTS 6:9-15
1983-02-13  S-A.M.  36:48   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ACTS 6:9-15

The third persecution: Stephen brought before the council.
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25. ACTS 7:1-60
1983-02-27  S-A.M.  41:08   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ACTS 7:1-60

Address of Stephen before the council. Theme: The unbelief of Israel.
Th first martyr: First mention of Paul.
26. ACTS 8:1-4
1983-03-06  S-A.M.  40:38   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ACTS 8:1-4

The fourth persecution: Saul chief persecutor.
The first missionaries.
27. ACTS 8:5-13
1983-03-13  S-A.M.  39:09   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ACTS 8:5-13

The ministry of Philip.
The case of Simon the sorcerer.
28. ACTS 8:14-25
1983-03-27  S-A.M.  31:11   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ACTS 8:14-25

The case of Simon the sorcerer.(Cont).
29. ACTS 8:26-40
1983-04-03  S-A.M.  35:38   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ACTS 8:26-40

Philip and the Ethiopian.
30. ACTS 9:1-19
1983-04-10  S-A.M.  28:42   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ACTS 9:1-19

The conversion of Saul.
Paul filled with the Spirit.
Paul brethren.
31. ACTS 9:20-31
1983-04-17  S-A.M.  38:16   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ACTS 9:20-31

Paul preaches.
Paul visits Jerusalem.
Paul returns to Tarsus.
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32. ACTS 9:32-43
1983-04-24  S-A.M.  36:46   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ACTS 9:32-43

The healing of Æneas.
Tabitha raised from the dead.
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33. ACTS 10:1-8
1983-05-08  S-A.M.  28:13   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ACTS 10:1-8

Peter`s second use of the keys: The Gospel given to Gentiles.
Cornelius sends for Peter.
34. ACTS 10:9-22
1983-05-15  S-A.M.  31:53   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ACTS 10:9-22

Peter`s vision of the great sheet.
Peter and the messengers of Cornelius.
35. ACTS 10:23-48
1983-05-22  S-A.M.  32:51   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ACTS 10:23-48

Peter goes to Cæsarea.
Peter`s sermon to Gentiles in the house of Cornelius. Theme: Salvation through faith.
The Holy Spirit given to Gentile believers.
36. ACTS 11:1-18
1983-05-29  S-A.M.  36:34   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ACTS 11:1-18

Peter vindicates his ministry to Gentiles.
37. ACTS 11:19-30
1983-06-05  S-A.M.  32:01   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ACTS 11:19-30

The church at Antioch: the new name.
The church at Antioch sends relief to Jerusalem.
38. ACTS 12:1-19
1983-06-12  S-A.M.  31:49   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ACTS 12:1-19

The fifth persecution: arrest of Peter.
Prayer for Peter`s deliverance: an angel sent.
39. ACTS 12:20-25
1983-06-19  S-A.M.  30:36   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ACTS 12:20-25

Death of Herod.
40. ACTS 13:1-5
1983-06-26  S-A.M.  33:00   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ACTS 13:1-5

Paul and Barnabas called by the Holy Spirit.
Paul`s first missionary journey.
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