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ACTS of the APOSTLES: Movement by the Holy Spirit

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Imagine you lived in the 1st century.  How would you feel after Christ Jesus’ ascension? Where would the disciples go and who would help them in spreading the Good News? The star of the Acts of the Apostles is the answer – and it’s actually not Peter and Paul who feature predominantly. Rather, this is the story of the Holy Spirit guiding the Church and it’s a thrilling one!  Written by Luke, the Acts of the Apostles conveys the breathless, stirring stories of the Gospel’s spreading power.  Luke helps us see not only the nature of the Holy Spirit but how it affects the entire world. Acts 1:8 — “You will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.” (NRSV)  Acts relates to the reader what it was like during the days of the early Christian church, and is full of many life lessons pertinent in today’s world. The Book of Acts is one of the most popular for Bible Study groups, especially those just launching.  A workbook is available for the Acts of the Apostles if you and your friends decide to undertake such a study.  Enjoy this live recorded audio lecture in CD format or MP3 instant digital download. Runtime: 1 hour 18 minutes

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Digital Download (MP3), CD


1 hour 18 minutes

1 review for ACTS of the APOSTLES: Movement by the Holy Spirit

  1. Diana Rhodes (verified owner)

    First I love the idea of the Bible being made more accessible by means of these audio lectures. By sharing this way, Madelon is giving a wide audience the benefit of her life time of research and scholarship, putting the Acts of the Apostles into the context of the times, and filling in details that makes it come to life. Its puts us right there in the midst of all the action of a church in its birth and formation, traveling the roads the Romans built. Anyone who has visited the Middle East can appreciate the magnitude of transformation that took place over the course of those early years when adherents first met in homes and with hearts on fire shared the “good news” – spreading Christianity throughout the Roman empire.

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