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The theme of God's visitation and universal offer of salvation through Jesus Christ is first expressed in the Gospel of Luke through Zechariah Luke 1: The traditional promise of a Savior for all of humanity is fulfilled in Christ, who desires salvation for Israel and all Gentiles Luke 3: There is a narrative unity to Luke and Acts, for the mission of Jesus in Luke and his disciples in Acts is to carry out the "Purpose of God," a concept expressed in Luke 4: Jesus tells the people of Capernaum that "I must preach the good news of the kingdom of God to the other cities also, for I was sent for this purpose" Luke 4: Luke's Gospel and the Acts of the Apostles are key to the description of the history and mission of the early Church.

The Acts of the Apostles is an exciting narrative and may be enjoyably read in one sitting. The Acts of the Apostles begins with Jesus Christ instructing the Apostles for 40 days following his Resurrection and commissioning them to be his witnesses to the ends of the earth Acts 1: Our English word martyr is a direct translation of the Greek word for witness. The martyr is the ultimate Christian witness!

The Acts of the Apostles describes the infancy period of the early Christian Church , a time when Christianity spread like wildfire. The emergence of Christianity is primarily seen through the actions of Peter, actually the first Apostle to bring Christianity to the Gentiles, and Paul, with his four missionary journeys - three from Antioch and his voyage to Malta and Rome. Following the Pentecost 2: There are four speeches by Peter: Chapter 8 opens with the severe persecution of the Church in Jerusalem and the subsequent dispersion throughout Judea and Samaria.

Chapter 9 depicts the Conversion of Saul on the road to Damascus, when Jesus identified himself with the Church.

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Chapters 10 to 12 detail the inauguration of the mission to the Gentiles: Peter's conversion of Cornelius in Caesarea 10 , the mission led by Barnabas to the dispersion and Hellenists in Antioch 11 , followed by Herod's persecution of James and Peter Chapters record the first missionary journey of Barnabas, Saul, and John Mark to Cyprus, concluding with the Council of Jerusalem. Chapter 16 records the introduction of Christianity into Europe. Paul continues to gain converts among the Gentiles but suffers rejection and persecution in the synagogues.

Paul returned to Ephesus in Asia Minor on his third missionary journey, where he spent a total of three years Acts In his Farewell meeting with the Church of Ephesus on his return to Jerusalem, Paul repeats a saying of Jesus not found in the four Gospels: Paul is on trial in Chapters for his belief in the Resurrection of Jesus from the dead, but also because he considers this as the fulfillment of the "hope in the promise made by God to our fathers.

Chapters narrate Paul's fourth missionary journey through Malta to Rome. Paul arrives in Rome and spends two years there under house arrest preaching the Gospel. The Holy Spirit is named 40 times in Acts, more than any other book of the Bible.


Peter laid his hands and bestowed the Holy Spirit in Acts 8: The Holy Spirit directed Peter to accompany the emissaries sent by Cornelius The Holy Spirit called for Barnabas and Saul before they began the first missionary journey Paul also laid his hands and bestowed the Holy Spirit in Acts Antioch, Syria was an early home of Christianity after the dispersion, and especially after the destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans in 70 AD. Indeed the followers of Jesus were first called Christians in Antioch Acts Followers of Jesus were also referred to as Nazarenes Acts Barnabas and Saul on the first missionary journey to Cyprus and Asia Minor appreciated that the Gospel of salvation be spoken first to the Jews but that the Gentiles were open to the message of Jesus Christ Acts The Council of Jerusalem resolved the important issue on Gentile converts - Peter and the Council supported Paul and Barnabas in allowing Gentile converts to become Christians without subjecting themselves to all the precepts of the Mosaic law.

This issue would continue to create dissension within the early Church, as we can see in reading Paul's Letters to the Galatians and Romans. The Council also served as the precedent for future Councils of the Christian Church. As Paul was directed to Rome by the Lord himself in Acts Paul fulfilled Christ's mission given in Luke In contrast to Jonah, who was running from the Lord and imperiled the safety of the ship, Paul was obedient to the Lord and saved the lives of all on board!

There is a lesson here: Malta is an important aspect of the narrative, for the natives there representing the Gentiles were receptive to Paul's mission. Publius, the chief man of the island, became a convert and the first Bishop of Malta. This is in contrast to the Jews of Rome, who, while individually may have been responsive to the Word, as a group rejected Paul's message. Does this product have an incorrect or missing image?

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