In this Podcast I taught on “The Apostles Doctrine”
In Acts 2:42, We read about the Apostles Doctrine. This teaching is on what is the Apostles Doctrine?
In the audio teaching I read the entire chapter to get the entire context of the chapter starting in Acts chapter 2 verse 1.
In verse 14, Peter handles the questions about speaking in tongue.
In Acts 2:22, Jesus of Nazareth, a man approved of God.
In Acts 2:23-29, the teaching about David and how he is dead and buried.
In Acts 2:30-32, How God raised up Jesus.
In Acts 2:33, The promise of the gift of holy spirit.
In Acts 2:36, That Jesus is both Lord and Christ.
In Acts 2:37 & 38, Peter teaches about repenting and be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for remission or forgiveness of sins and to receive the gift of the holy spirit.
In Acts 2:39, How the promise is to you, your children and to all that are afar off.
In Acts 2:40-45, The believers gave to the needs of others.
The Chapter ends in Acts 2:46 & 47, The believers were celebrated all his. Sharing the favor and grace of God with others. How the Lord added daily to the church. Later Paul by revelation gives more information, explanation and augmentation in the Epistles of Romans through Thessalonians.
Until the next time we get together, may God bless you abundantly. Don’t forget to give it a good rating and a good review.
The Teacher: Steve Jaynes
The Announcer: Maurice Coleman
Intro and Outro Music: Pamela LoVerme Janovyak, Her version of “Be Thou My Vision” from her CD Behold
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