"BODY" LESSON 4 PROGRESS
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Those that `gladly received the word` were baptized (in the authority of Jesus).
Three thousand or so were added to the apostles.
O.K. They continued being taught (doctrine) by the apostles and observing what Jesus had commanded the apostles.
Yes. The church is now in existence.
Correct. The saved were added to the church by God. Church=people. People added to people.
Yes. They were learning and they believed.
They were commanded in the authority of Jesus to repent (turn from their sins).
Yes. The preaching was to include the command to 'be baptized'.
Yes. Remission of sins;
shall be saved [from
The preaching was to include the command to observe "all" what Jesus had taught and commanded the apostles.
The signs and wonders were to follow the apostles to prove their witness.
The signs was the power promised to the obedient apostles.
John was with him.
Signs (special miracles that confirmed the messenger).
Notice: no prayer was used in the signs of the apostles. Peter took his hand and lifted him up.
The beggar expected to receive something (such as alms).
The beggar did not have faith in Jesus for
1. He expected alms; 2. He praised God (not Jesus) for his recovery.
All the people ran together to Solomon's porch in the Temple.
Repent and be converted.
Power (dynamite power or ability). The name implies "by whose authority".
21To "their company" [associates]. The other apostles who are praying for their fellows?
Simply by "thy servants."
"with all boldness they may speak thy word" - THAT THEY MIGHT PREACH BOLDLY.
"... that signs and wonders may be done by the name of thy holy child Jesus" - THAT THEY MAY DO SIGNS.
The place was shaken
Still just "by the hands of the apostles."
The apostles (Peter and the eleven).
Men with specified qualifications. Note: "Full of Holy Spirit (Ghost) does not mean power to perform signs.
Note: Stephen will not only serve the widows but will be the first martyr for Jesus.
The apostles. Acts 8 reveals what this "laying on of hands" is all about.
Power. This was the "dynamite" power or ability [to do signs].
Great wonders and miracles; i.e., signs.
The seven: Stephen, Philip, Prochorus, Nicanor, Timon, Parmenas, Nicolas
Philip was now in Samaria (north of Jerusalem).
Philip was performing miracles.
You have finished lesson #4.
You have now FINISHED lesson #4.