ACTS Part 1.
An introduction to the Book of Acts
ACTS Part 2
Pentecost - Acts Chapter 2
- The event
- Peter's First Sermon
- the result
ACTS part 3
1st Century people-
What did the Romans ever do for us?
-Tolerance for Jews
ACTS part 4
Peter after Pentecost Acts chapters 3 and 4
-Who was Peter?
-The healing of the Cripple at the Beautiful Gate
-Peter before the Sanhedrin
ACTS part 5
A History of Persecution
ACTS part 6
Persecution in Acts chapters 6, 7, and 8 v1-4
-Why Stephen was a problem
-The Death of Stephen
-The effect of the death of Stephen
ACTS part 7
Acts chapter 9 - the Conversion of Paul
-who was Paul?
-what was his job?
-what did he look like?
-why did he have two names?
-How do we know about him?
-What was his education like?
-His conversion story
ACTS part 8
“What is the Message of the Gospel in the Book of Acts?”
-The content of the message
-The gifts accompanying the message
-The effect of the message
-The baton is passed on
ACTS Part 9
“Cornelius and the world changing visions” ACTS chapter 10
-The tragedy of Israel
-The vison of Cornelius Acts 10 v 1-8
-The Vison of Peter Acts 10 v 9-22
-Peter’s sermon to the gentiles Acts 10 v25-48
-Some conclusions – why this is important
ACTS part 10
The first Missionary Journey - ACTS chapter 13 and 14
This superb video is from a Lutheran Church but I am not sure who to credit with the copyright
This is a marvellous introduction - Pity the artist only did the first journey!
ACTS part 11 The message part 2 -delivering the message
A 60 second summary
The bit we are missing out – chapters 11 and 12
Principles for Mission
- The rule of 2
-Listen to God
-Go to ears who will hear
-There will be a mixed response
-They reported back
ACTS part 12 – The day Paul and Barnabas became Gods.
Barnabas Acts 13
– 1st Missionary Journey
Cyprus Acts 14 Lystra and Derbe
- We are only human
- There is one God
- Crowds are fickle
- New churches are formed
line Drawing from Rev John King see https://timstking.wixsite.com/website
Church of England
Diocese of London
Parish of St . Mary and St. Peter Staines
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