In June 2009, a small group of people and I embarked on what was promised to be not your average weekly bible study. We began with Acts Chapter 1, Verse 1.
Tonight, August 4, 2011, we conclude Acts Chapter 28, Verse 31. Twenty-six months in one book of the Bible. What have I learned? For one thing, this is not enough time. So much more we could have covered. I'm not joking. The Acts of the Apostles is an amazing narrative and theological example for Christians today to enjoy, be challenged and convicted by, and hold on to as we continue the very account that ended in Verse 31. I know I will never leave this book. Hope the same for you! Special thanks to everyone who was a part, and to John MacArthur, who preached diligently through this book from 1972 to 1975. The lasting application will never cease to amaze me.
Meanwhile, it appears that there are quicker ways to survey this book. Who knew.
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