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“…Jesus opened their mind to understand the scripture” Luke 24: 45 Listening to Acts “…Jesus opened their mind to understand the scripture” Luke 24: 45 Listening to Acts as script(ure) for Brentwood Oaks Church of Christ Acts

Listening to Acts after John 21 Jesus the Fisherman Peter the Shepherd: Feed the Listening to Acts after John 21 Jesus the Fisherman Peter the Shepherd: Feed the sheep John: beloved (friend) of Jesus Acts 1 Galilean Fisherman become witnesses Peter feeds the sheep Theophilus: beloved (friend) of God

Listening to Acts… and to Luke Acts 1: 1 -2 a first (prior) “word” Listening to Acts… and to Luke Acts 1: 1 -2 a first (prior) “word” about (in dedication) what Jesus began to do and teach until taken up instructing his chosen apostles through Spirit Holy Gospel according to Luke write an orderly narrative, 1: 3 (in dedication) about things fulfilled among us, 1: 1; 24: 44 you are witnesses. . . I send the promise 24: 48 f Acts-Luke: one fourth of New Testament

Who wrote ¼ of the NT? Unnamed narrator Recipient of eyewitness’ tradition, Lk 1 Who wrote ¼ of the NT? Unnamed narrator Recipient of eyewitness’ tradition, Lk 1 Traveler: A 16: 10 -17; 20: 5 -15; 21: 1 -18; 27: 1 -28: 16 Author named Dr. Luke (in second century) Paul’s co-worker: Phl 24; Col 4: 14; 2 Tim 4: 11 Style and Genre of 2 volume writing History… continues story of Israel from Greek Old Testament Biography… story of teacher and students Work Named “Acts of Apostles” (in second century) “Acts”: a known title for a kind of literary work First work: a “narrative” of Jesus “deeds” and teaching Second work: “deeds” of apostles? and teaching?

“You shall be my witnesses” Acts 1: 8 Who is “you”? Acts: of the “You shall be my witnesses” Acts 1: 8 Who is “you”? Acts: of the Apostles The 12 (and so Judas replacement) 1: 22; 13: 31 Peter 2: 32; 3: 15; 10: 39 ff; (John… James) Stephen 22: 20 (Philip) Saul/Paul 22: 15; 26: 16

Peter as witness Advising the 120 in Jerusalem about Judas’ replacement (1: 16– 17, Peter as witness Advising the 120 in Jerusalem about Judas’ replacement (1: 16– 17, 20– 22) Missionary sermon before the Jerusalem crowd at Pentecost (2: 14– 36, 38– 40) Sermon in the temple after healing the crippled beggar (3: 12– 26) Defense before the Sanhedrin in Jerusalem about the healed beggar (4: 8– 12, 19– 20) Defense (with the apostles) before the Sanhedrin in Jerusalem (5: 29– 32) Missionary sermon to Cornelius and his household at Caesarea (10: 34– 43) Explaining to the Jerusalem church why he preached to Cornelius (11: 5 – 17) Giving advice at the Jerusalem Council (15: 7– 11)

Paul as witness Missionary sermon in the synagogue at Pisidian Antioch (13: 16– 41) Paul as witness Missionary sermon in the synagogue at Pisidian Antioch (13: 16– 41) Missionary sermon to the crowds at Lystra (14: 15– 17) Missionary sermon before the Areopagus in Athens (17: 22– 31) Pastoral sermon bidding farewell to the Ephesian elders at Miletus (20: 18 – 35) Defense before the crowds near the Temple in Jerusalem (22: 1, 3– 21) Defense before the Sanhedrin in Jerusalem (23: 1, 6) Defense before the Roman governor Felix in Caesarea (24: 10– 11) Appeal to Caesar before the Roman governor Festus in Caesarea (25: 10– 11) Defense before King Herod Agrippa II in Caesarea (26: 2– 23, 25– 27, 29) Reassuring speech on the ship en route to Rome (27: 21– 26) Addressing the Jewish leaders in Rome (28: 17 -20, 25– 28)

“You shall be my witnesses” Where? Act I: Act III: Act IV: Jerusalem 1 “You shall be my witnesses” Where? Act I: Act III: Act IV: Jerusalem 1 -7 Samaria, Damascus, Caesarea, Antioch 8 -12 Ends of earth 13 -19 [Paul, missionary] Jerusalem and Rome 20 -28 [Paul, prisoner] When? Festus procurator of Judea, AD 59 -60, Acts 24: 27

To the ends of the earth To the ends of the earth

Acts 11, AD 46 -49 Acts 11, AD 46 -49

Acts 13 -14, AD 48 -49 Acts 13 -14, AD 48 -49

Acts 15 -18, AD 49 -52 Acts 15 -18, AD 49 -52

Acts 18 -19, AD 53 -56 Acts 18 -19, AD 53 -56

Acts 20 ff Acts 20 ff

“You shall be my witnesses” To whom? Jews: the Christ was Jesus 20: 21 “You shall be my witnesses” To whom? Jews: the Christ was Jesus 20: 21 Greeks: repentance to God, faith in our Lord Jesus 15: 14; 20: 21 To Jews 30 years of dialogue, debate, division told audience for most apologetic speeches Speeches 2: 14 -36; 3: 12 -26; 13: 16 -41; 28: 25 -28

“you shall be my witnesses” To Greeks Speeches 10: 34 -43; 14: 15 -17; “you shall be my witnesses” To Greeks Speeches 10: 34 -43; 14: 15 -17; 17: 22 -31 Ethiopian court treasurer Two centurions: Cornelius (10) and Julius (27) Sergius Paulus 13: 4 ff Jailor Philippi 16: 25 ff Dionysius, Damaris 17: 34 Not turning to Lord ▪ At Lystra 14: 8 ff ▪ In Athens 17: 21 ▪ In Ephesus (craftsmen 19: 23 ff)

Beginnings/Endings Light to Gentiles Opening of the Gospel: Simeon’s Closing of Acts: 28: 23 Beginnings/Endings Light to Gentiles Opening of the Gospel: Simeon’s Closing of Acts: 28: 23 -31 Scripture Fulfilled, Spirit Empowered Luke 4: 14 -30 (Acts 10: 38) Acts 2: 14 -42

“every nation… Spirit on all” Acts 2: 5, 17 “every nation… Spirit on all” Acts 2: 5, 17

Acts 2: 14 -47 … calling on the name… called to Him Joel’s prophecy Acts 2: 14 -47 … calling on the name… called to Him Joel’s prophecy defines the moment Spirit’s presence, last days Exalted Lord pours out Spirit Repentance, Baptism, Gift of Spirit Devoted to Teaching of apostles Sharing Breaking of bread Prayer

“You shall be my witnesses” 1: 8 About what? Apostles Teaching Messiah’s sufferings 3: “You shall be my witnesses” 1: 8 About what? Apostles Teaching Messiah’s sufferings 3: 15 Messiah was Jesus 18: 5 God raised up Jesus 1: 22; 2: 32; 10: 41 present with church Change of mind forgiveness of sins 5: 31; 20: 21 Jesus appointed judge of living and dead 10: 42 Seeing Just one, Hearing his voice from his mouth 22: 14; 26: 16 Gospel of the grace of God 20: 24 Kingdom of God… 28: 23

Prayer Waiting in prayer 1: 14 Habits of prayer 3: 1; 10: 9 Focus Prayer Waiting in prayer 1: 14 Habits of prayer 3: 1; 10: 9 Focus for the apostles 6: 4 Stephen’s prayer 7: 59 f Focus of the seeking Gentile 10: 30 (Cornelius) Church in prayer 4: 24 ff; 12: 5 Meeting to pray 16: 13

Word and Spirit Acts: of the Word “receive Word” 2: 41 Prophets 10: 42 Word and Spirit Acts: of the Word “receive Word” 2: 41 Prophets 10: 42 f and Moses 26: 22 (and David) (Word of God “grows” 6: 7; 12: 24; 19: 20) Acts: of the Spirit “gift of Spirit” 2: 38 Spirit Holy (given to the obedient) 5: 32 (God confirming Gentiles by giving Spirit 15: 8) (Lord confirming his word… signs, wonders 14: 3)

Spirit Isaiah 61 for Jesus/ Joel 2 for church: anointing Jesus instructs 1: 2; Spirit Isaiah 61 for Jesus/ Joel 2 for church: anointing Jesus instructs 1: 2; anointed 10: 38 David 1: 6; 4: 25; Isaiah 28: 25 Baptism with Spirit Holy 1: 5 Pentecost 2: 4, 33 Cornelius 10: 44 f 11: 16 (19: 2, 6) Gift of the Spirit 2: 38 (8: 15 f) 9: 17; 10: 44 Power with Spirit… to be witnesses 1: 8 (8: 18 f) Peter 4: 8; church 4: 31; Jesus, doing/healing 10: 38; Saul 13: 9 Accompanies wisdom in speech 6: 3, 10 (11: 28); 20: 28 Faith 6: 5; 7: 55 11: 24; joy 13: 52; encouragement 9: 31 Speaks 8: 29; 10: 19; 11: 12; 13: 2; 20: 23; 21: 4, 11 directs 8: 39; 13: 4; 15: 28; 16: 6 f; being lied 5: 9; resisted 7: 51

The untold story The travel of other apostles and disciples The growth of the The untold story The travel of other apostles and disciples The growth of the Word to the East (2: 9 ff) The founding of churches (e. g. in Rome) Numerous signs and wonders (5: 12) The next story of Paul, of Peter What about this “sect”? Acts 28: 22 What is our script? Why Acts? To confirm, reassure To reveal the counsel of God (divine necessity) To occasion joy and praise




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