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Entries from July 2011

The Apostolic Witness of Jesus Resurrection

July 31st, 2011 · No Comments

The Book of Acts tells the story of the Gospel’s spread from Jerusalem to Rome in a period of about 30 years after Jesus’ resurrection and ascension to heaven. Luke focuses on the work and witness of the apostles as the foundation for the church and its mission to preach the gospel of salvation in [...]

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Further Study of the Early Jerusalem Church in Acts 3-4

July 24th, 2011 · No Comments

Peter’s Sermon at the Temple (Acts 3) Luke has been telling the main story of how the apostles bear witness of Jesus’ resurrection with signs and wonders following to confirm the authenticity and veracity of their witness. The healing of a lame man in Acts 3 results in a crowd gathering in the Temple precincts [...]

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The Call and Commission of Jeremiah the Prophet

July 17th, 2011 · No Comments

Jeremiah’s Call (1:1-10). Note here 7 things: Background: Jeremiah was a priest, acquainted with priestly ways. He knows the Word of God and has ministered in sacrifice and incense in the sanctuary. God sometimes calls priests to be prophets, as was the case with Jeremiah (Jer 1:1-3) and Ezekiel (Ezk 1:1-3). Times: Jeremiah ministered for [...]

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Stir Up the Gift of God Within You

July 17th, 2011 · No Comments

Our teacher here offers a brief exhortation to seek for and stir up the gifts of the Holy Spirit. Note the following verses: 1 Cor 12:7: the manifestation of the Spirit (in and through and the various members of the Body of Christ) is given for the common good. Every gift is important and given [...]

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Establishing the Testimony of Jesus and the Church on its Apostolic Foundation

July 10th, 2011 · No Comments

Acts 2:17-21 (quoting Joel 2:28-32) states that the outpouring of the Spirit in the “last days” (the period between Jesus’ resurrection and return in glory) will result in the spirit of prophecy resting on God’s people, to bear the testimony concerning Jesus (Rev 19:10). The true church of Jesus Christ, which is called to be [...]

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Paul and Timothy- a Father and a Son in the Gospel

July 3rd, 2011 · No Comments

A Wish for Mercy Paul describes Timothy as his “beloved son” in the faith (2 Timothy 1:1; cf. 1 Timothy 1:1). In both letters written to Timothy the salutation contains a wish for “mercy” to be granted to Timothy (added to the standard salutary wish for grace and peace). God’s mercy has many dimensions. While [...]

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