The Bible is such a marvelously rich volume. It contains countless tiny details — little nuggets of truth containing great lessons — which one is likely to pass over in his reading if he is not very studious. Let us consider for a moment an interesting narrative in the book of Acts.
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A subtle, but important, point from the Greek text helps us to distinguish several factors in the plan of salvation
This and numerous other New Testament verses establish the fact that the Holy Spirit is a divine Person.
Some religious folks assume that this passage teaches that salvation is given upon the basis of faith alone — without additional acts of obedience. This is a tragic mistake.
The family of man is one, and the Bible was right about this issue 2000 years ago!
God does not want the proclamation of His word to be characterized by a spirit of fearfulness.
Peter’s recognition of fulfilled prophecies in Acts chapter 1 affirms the inspiration of Scripture.
Does God have the ability to raise the dead? Paul affirms in his defense to Herod that he does.
All who wish to enjoy the remission of past sins will call on the name of the Lord by obeying the gospel plan of redemption. In no other way can one receive pardon.
Many denominationalists have long argued that “for the remission of sins” in Acts 2:38 can mean “because of” (i.e. – be baptized because your sins have been remitted). But the same term is found in Matthew 26:28 – clearly indicating the meaning of the term.