123-101 Acts


There are several reasons why Luke wrote the Book of Acts. There were many false stories about the Christians. The people that were telling these stories were afraid that the Christians wanted to cause trouble. Luke wanted the Roman authorities to know that this was not true. Christians helped people to behave well. Luke wanted to show the authorities that their practice was good for the Roman government.

Every paragraph in this book is related to the church witnessing for Christ. The author is continually concerned with the history of the early church. The description is not on local church organizations but a view of the unique body in which Jews and Gentiles were united on a perfect equality. The union of such had been intimated by Christ, (John 10:16) but the mystery of this body was not revealed until after His resurrection. (Ephesians 3:6) The book of Acts shows how this body came into being. Acts describes how the church gradually came from a local sect into a universal brotherhood. Christianity was emancipated from Judaism and became a worldwide religion. The author follows the church’s growth throughout the empire from Jerusalem to Rome. He shows how the Christian faith embraced representatives of many nationalities and always remained as a united body.


1.    Acts 1 2.    Acts 2
3.    Acts 3 4.    Acts 4
5.    Acts 5 6.    Acts 6
7.    Acts 7 8.    Acts 8
9.    Acts 9 10. Acts 10
11. Acts 11 12. Acts 12
13. Acts 13 14. Acts 14
15. Acts 15 16. Acts 16
17. Acts 17 18. Acts 18
19. Acts 19 20. Acts 20
21. Acts 21 22. Acts 22
23. Acts 23 24. Acts 24
25. Acts 25 26. Acts 26
27. Acts 27 28. Acts 28

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