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"The Life Application Bible Commentary: Acts" explores every verse in the book of Acts, providing background information and Life Application notes designed to bring the timeless truths of Scripture to bear on real problems. The introduction provides historical and cultural background information, the commentary covers the complete Bible text, and the reference feature makes particular verses and phrases easy to find. The teaching notes, sermon ideas, and coordination with the Life Application Study Bible provide everyone-from pastors to laypersons-the necessary elements to address spiritual needs, answer biblical questions, and provide help for daily more

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  • Paperback | 496 pages
  • 134.62 x 205.74 x 27.94mm | 521.63g
  • Tyndale House Publishers
  • Wheaton, IL, United States
  • English
  • 0842328610
  • 9780842328616
  • 722,829

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Written by the team who designed and wrote the Life Application Study Bible, this commentary series provides valuable insights on how to apply God's Word to life today. Every serious student of the Bible wants to understand the text, to discover the biblical principles, and to apply those timeless truths to his or her life. The Life Application Bible Commentary series delivers all of this and more. Each volume features a thorough introduction followed by extensive and practical commentary. Throughout, you will find: maps charts and diagrams illustrations classic quotes from noted Christian thinkers application notes. The Life Application Bible Commentary series is ideal for individuals studying the Bible personally; for Bible teachers leading small groups, classes, and seminars; and for pastors preparing their sermons. The book of Acts continues the story Luke began in his Gospel. Acts covers the thirty years after Jesus' resurrection and ascension (i.e., from a.d. 30 to 60). In that short time, the church was established and the good news of salvation was taken throughout the Roman Empire, reaching all the way from Jerusalem to Rome. Those preaching the gospel, though ordinary people with human frailties and limitations, were empowered by the Holy Spirit to change their world. Throughout the book of Acts we learn much about the workings of Christ's Spirit through his body, the church, and we realize that he is still working today through those who live in the more