Gregg Bing - November 1, 2015

Changes After Acts 28 - Part 1

The Book of Acts

Paul's pronouncement in Acts 28 brought great changes in God's dealings with men on the earth. It marked the setting aside of Israel, nationally. In the letters Paul wrote from Rome, especially the book of Ephesians, it marked the full unveiling of the mystery of Christ, concerning a new dispensation of grace during which God would deal with a new body of believers, the Church, the Body of Christ. As a result, we see the diminishing of the sign gifts.

Scripture References: Acts 28:25-31

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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