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It is more blessed to give than to receive.
Acts xx. 35.
The Holy Bible: King James Version
When Jesus left his disciples, the Holy Spirit came to remain with them. Written by Luke as the sequel to his Gospel, Acts records key events in the history of the work of the early Christian Church to spread the Gospel throughout the Mediterranean world.
Bibliographic Record



1  The Promise of the Holy Spirit
The Ascension
Judas' Successor Chosen
2  The Coming of the Holy Spirit
Peter's Address at Pentecost
Life among the Believers
3  A Lame Man Healed at the Gate of the Temple
Peter's Address in Solomon's Porch
4  Peter and John before the Council
The Believers Pray for Boldness
All Things in Common
5  Ananias and Sapphira
Many Signs and Wonders Performed
The Apostles Persecuted
6  The Appointment of the Seven
The Arrest of Stephen
7  Stephen's Defense
The Stoning of Stephen
8  Saul Persecutes the Church
The Gospel Preached in Samaria
Philip and the Ethiopian Eunuch
9  The Conversion of Saul
Saul Preaches at Damascus
Saul Escapes from the Jews
Saul at Jerusalem
Aeneas Healed
Dorcas Restored to Life
10  Peter and Cornelius
Peter's Address in Cornelius' House
The Gentiles Receive the Holy Ghost
11  Peter's Report to the Church at Jerusalem
The Church at Antioch
12  James Killed and Peter Imprisoned
Peter Delivered from Prison
The Death of Herod
13  Barnabas and Saul Begin Their First Missionary Journey
The Apostles Preach in Cyprus
Paul and Barnabas at Antioch of Pisidia
14  Paul and Barnabas at Iconium
Paul Stoned at Lystra
The Return to Antioch in Syria
15  The Council at Jerusalem
Paul Separates from Barnabas and Begins the Second Missionary Journey
16  Timothy Accompanies Paul and Silas
Paul's Vision of the Man of Macedonia
The Imprisonment at Philippi
17  The Uproar in Thessalonica
The Apostles at Beroea
Paul at Athens
18  Paul at Corinth
Paul Returns to Antioch and Begins the Third Missionary Journey
Apollos Preaches at Ephesus
19  Paul at Ephesus
The Riot at Ephesus
20  Paul's Journey to Macedonia and Greece
Paul's Farewell Visit at Troas
The Voyage from Troas to Miletus
Paul's Address to the Ephesian Elders
21  Paul's Journey to Jerusalem
Paul Arrested in the Temple
Paul's Defense before the People
22  Paul Tells of His Conversion
Paul's Call to the Gentiles
Paul in the Custody of the Chief Captain
Paul before the Council
23  The Plot against Paul's Life
Paul Sent to Felix the Governor
24  Paul's Defense before Felix
25  Paul Appeals to Caesar
Paul Brought before Agrippa and Bernice
26  Paul's Defense before Agrippa
Paul Tells of His Conversion
Paul's Witness to Jews and Gentiles
Paul Appeals to Agrippa to Believe
27  Paul Sails for Rome
The Storm at Sea
The Shipwreck
28  Paul on the Island of Melita
Paul Arrives at Rome
Paul Preaches in Rome


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