Luke And Acts : The Book Of Acts

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Acts:
The book of Acts, we can see from Luke 1:1-4 and in Acts 1:1-3, the same author wrote both Luke and Acts. It has been stated that Acts was a continuance letter from the book of Luke. And that in the earliest days of the church the apostle Paul wrote both Luke and Acts (Colossians 4:14; 2nd Timothy 4:11) the book of Acts dates back “Between “61-64 A.D. The main purpose of the book of Acts is to show the coming of the day of Pentecost (Acts 2:1-4) for this is the day of the Holy Spirit. The book of Acts sheds light on receiving the Holy Spirit. We can also see throughout the book of Acts, the great importance of walking in obedience to God’s word and how doing this it can bring forth a transformation in us if we follow Jesus Christ. We can also see within the book of Acts, what happens to those that reject the truth that was being preached about Jesus Christ. But for those that receive the truth will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes (Acts 1:8) “But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; when we receive this power, we will defeat our enemies. As well in receiving the Holy Spirit, we will receive a new tongue, we will be able to speak in the heavenly language. (Acts 2:4)

Mary (mother of Jesus): Mary was a 1st- century Galilean Jewish woman of Nazareth according to the New Testament. In the gospels of Matthew and Luke, they describe Mary as a great and faithful servant of God. Mary’s greatest accomplishment was to happen to her was, she became
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