Acts

The number of early Christian Church followers grow as they devote themselves to Jesus’ teachings and spread goodwill to all (Acts 2:42 – 2:47)

Many people devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching. They were filled with awe at the many wonders and signs performed by the apostles. The believers owned everything together and shared with one another. They sold their property and possessions to give to anyone who had need. Each day they met together in the temple courts.

Detailed outline of the Book of Acts (of the Apostles)

Peter and the Beginnings of the Church in the Holy Land (chs. 1–12) “Throughout Judea, Galilee and Samaria” (1:1—9:31; see 9:31 and note) Introduction (1:1–2) Christ’s resurrection ministry (1:3–11) The period of waiting for the Holy Spirit (1:12–26) The filling with the Spirit (ch. 2) The healing of the lame man and the resultant

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