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Bible Thought:
(Acts 13:38-41)
"...through this Man is preached to you the forgiveness of sins; "and by Him everyone who believes is justified from all things from which you could not be justified by the law of Moses. "Beware therefore, ...'" (NKJV)
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"THE WITNESS OF THE PROPHET
LUKE AND THE APOSTLE JOHN"

"THE WITNESS OF THE PROPHET
LUKE AND THE APOSTLE JOHN"



checked 7/2015

We have studied Acts 1, Matthew 28, and Mark 16's witness to Jesus' commission to the apostles.
First, we review this information and then we study Luke's account.

1. Acts 1 records that the apostles were
   (1) to wait at Jerusalem for the Holy Spirit,
   (2) to witness into all the earth, and
   (3) to know that Jesus' promise is that He is coming back.

This is Matthew`s record.
   (1) Jesus commands his apostles to go to all nations.
   (2) They are to teach disciples and baptize them.
   (3) The apostles are to teach the baptized disciples to observe all of Jesus` commands.
   (4) He promises to be with them always.

This is Mark`s record.
   (1) Jesus commands his apostles to go and preach the gospel to everyone.
   (2) He that believes the gospel and is baptized shall be saved.
   (3) The apostles will perform signs to confirm the gospel.

New Testament books
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THE ACCOUNT ACCORDING TO LUKE
THE ACCOUNT ACCORDING TO LUKE
THE ACCOUNT ACCORDING TO LUKE

New Testament books
John book
THE ACCOUNT ACCORDING
TO THE APOSTLE JOHN
THE ACCOUNT ACCORDING
TO THE APOSTLE JOHN
THE ACCOUNT ACCORDING
TO THE APOSTLE JOHN
   
The purpose of this lesson was to help the student to reason (by induction) the following information from the passages:
 



A chief message in the selected passage from Luke is (select):

He that believes the gospel of Jesus Christ and is baptized shall be saved.

The apostles were to preach repentance and remission of sins beginning at Jerusalem.

The believer that can perform a miracle will be saved.

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A chief message in the selected passage from John is (select):

He that believes the gospel of Jesus Christ and is baptized shall be saved.

The apostles were to preach repentance and remission of sins beginning at Jerusalem.

The apostles were to receive the Holy Ghost and gives the rules for remission of sins.




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