Acts Dispensationally Considered - Volume 2 by Cornelius Stam

By Cornelius Stam

Covers Acts 15:36 via 28:31

Far greater than an encouraged storybook, Acts provides a transparent line of educating and explains why the achievement of prophecy used to be interrupted a few nineteen centuries in the past to make method for the preaching of Jesus Christ in keeping with the revelation of the secret. adequately this publication has been referred to as "the publication between." so far as the constitution of the Scriptures is worried it suits completely among the 4 files of our Lord's earthly ministry and the epistles of Paul.

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20:25). Peter could not take such a command lightly. It was the law of God by Moses, and to disregard it was a serious matter, When the Lord was with the apostles on earth, He Himself had scrupulously obeyed the law and had taught His disciples to obey it. He had even called upon His followers to "observe and do" all that the scribes and Pharisees commanded, simply because they occupied Moses' seat of authority (Matt. 23:1-3). And this was carried over even into the "great commission" for there, after His resurrection, the Lord commanded the apostles to make disciples of all nations, "Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you .

Here the apostles were specifically instructed: "GO NOT INTO THE WAY OF THE GENTILES, AND INTO ANY CITY OF THE SAMARITANS ENTER YE NOT" (Matt. 10:5). While our Lord had as yet sent forth only these twelve, this rule would, of course, apply to any Jew, even though those who were indifferent or antagonistic to His claims would not recognize it. As we know, our Lord Himself also kept aloof - from the Gentiles during His earthly ministry. He did help one Gentile man and one Gentile woman, but they came to Him for help, and at least in the latter case He made it very clear that He had not been sent "but unto the lost sheep of the house of Israel" (Matt.

1:19). Now it is not strange that the other apostles should have been away, perhaps preaching in other cities of Judaea, and that Peter should remain at headquarters in charge of the whole work, but it is most remarkable that this "other apostle" at Jerusalem should have been James, the Lord's brother after the flesh, for he was not one of the twelve at all, but an apostle in the secondary sense, as Barnabas later became. Two apostles by the name of James appear in the list of the twelve: the son of Zebedee and the son of Alpheus (Matt.

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