By Cornelius Stam
Covers Acts 1:1 via 15:35
Far greater than an encouraged storybook, Acts offers a transparent line of educating and explains why the achievement of prophecy was once interrupted a few nineteen centuries in the past to make method for the preaching of Jesus Christ in line with the revelation of the secret. adequately this publication has been known as "the booklet between." so far as the constitution of the Scriptures is worried it matches completely among the 4 documents of our Lord's earthly ministry and the epistles of Paul.
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Do there have to be two or three? Did not Paul say, with regard to his first appearance before the Emperor Nero: "No man stood with me, but all men forsook me... Notwithstanding the Lord stood with me . "? (II Tim. 4:16,17). Indeed, there is an even higher truth here for believers today to learn and rejoice in. It is the truth that in God's sight we have been exalted together "with Him" in the heavenlies. Whereas the outstanding feature of the promised kingdom will be that God, in Christ, dwells with man, "God with us," the outstanding feature of the mystery is our position "with Him" in the heavenlies (Eph.
According to prophecy the rejected Messiah was to return to earth to occupy the throne of David and reign over Israel and the world. And He was to return "in like manner" as He had now ascended. As we have seen, our Lord Himself had foretold this coming, when He said: "And then shall they see the Son of man coming IN A CLOUD with power and great glory" (Luke 21:27). To this the prophet Zechariah adds the following significant detail: "AND HIS FEET SHALL STAND IN THAT DAY UPON THE MOUNT OF OLIVES" (Zech.
May we faithfully carry it out! 6 Instrumentally, by water baptism (Acts 2:38). " -- Acts 1:9. It is interesting to observe that God first appeared to Israel in a cloud--not a rain cloud, of course, but the Shekinah cloud, the visible vehicle of the divine presence and majesty. Enshrouded in what appeared as a pillar of cloud by day and a pillar of fire by night, Jehovah Himself led His people through the wilderness (Ex. 13:21,22; I Cor. " They could not have looked upon the sight that later blinded Saul of Tarsus.
Acts Dispensationally Considered - Volume 1 by Cornelius Stam