This book, immediately following the four Gospels, with their varied, yet united testimony to the wonderful person and history of the Lord Jesus Christ, His unique sacrifice of Calvary, His resurrection and ascension back to heaven, necessarily involves tremendous changes in God’s dispensational ways.
Therefore Acts is a book of transition, showing the dispensation of law to be gradually and decisively replaced by the marvelous “dispensation of the grace of God” (Eph_3:2). We may well expect then climactic occasions to arise that have vital significance as regards the times in which we live. May we consider some of these that are outstanding. -L.M. Grant
|Date:||March 9, 2018|