All 66 Books: Acts
After my break, I wanted to jump back into my #All66Books series. One habit that I was able to build consistently in 2019 was reading my Bible. It is still something I enjoy doing every day, and reading full books in as few sittings as possible has helped my understanding of God’s Word tremulously. I hope you are enjoying this series and able to dive in and read for yourself.
Dallas Theological Seminary offers some fantastic free classes that I have been able to enjoy. Including one on Acts. To prepare for the course, I decided to read the book in its entirety. For the first time ever. After reading Letters To The Church by Francis Chan for the first time, I knew that I needed to learn for myself what Jesus wanted the Church to look like. And Acts is all about the early church. According to Crossway, it takes 2 hours and 15 minutes to read the whole book.
Just a reminder, it’s best to let scripture interpret scripture. I like these resources because they help me better understand scripture, but I may not agree with everything they say. As in all things, pray and invite God to help you in your time of reading and studying. Allow the Holy Spirit to guide you and use discernment when using resources outside of the Bible itself. “Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who does not need to be ashamed and who correctly handles the word of truth.” (2 Timothy 2:15 NIV)
Here are some additional resources I recommend looking into after you read Acts through on your own:
FYI these messages are taught as Luke/Acts. Videos 1-13 cover Luke and 14-26 cover Acts, which is what is included below.
Leave me a comment below if you have taken the 2 hours and 15 minutes to read the book of Acts. Do you know any other great resources for this book? Leave them below.
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