Gregg Bing - February 22, 2015

Paul's Unique Acts Period Ministry

The Book of Acts

The book of Acts is a transitional book, changing from God's dealing with the nation of Israel and the prospect of a restored kingdom to God's dealings with the Church, the Body of Christ and their prospect of a heavenly hope in Christ. Paul's ministry during this period was unique, including a ministry to the Jew first, but upon their rejection, a ministry to the Gentiles as well (1 Corinthians 9:19-23). It is necessary to rightly divide Paul's epistles as well, especially those letters written during the Acts period.

Scripture References: 1 Corinthians 9:19-23

From Series: "The Book of Acts"

These lessons provide a verse by verse study through one of the most challenging books of the Bible from a dispensational viewpoint, showing the transition from God's focus on Israel to the start of the Church, the Body of Christ.

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