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使徒行传 简介
Acts Introduction

Acts Introduction 使徒行传 简介 Date of Writing: The Book of Acts was likely written between 61-64 A.D. The Gospel of Luke and Acts were written by Luke and both books were dedicated to Theophilus. Luke was a traveling companion of Paul’s. Several times in the Acts narrative Luke changes from the third person (they) to the word “we”. Luke describes the spread of the gospel north

使徒行传 1:1-26
Acts 1:1-20

Acts 1:1-26 使徒行传 1:1-26 Jesus Taken Up Into Heaven 耶稣升天 1 In my former book, Theophilus, I wrote about all that Jesus began to do and to teach What former writing is connected with this book? 2 until the day he was taken up to heaven, after giving instructions through the Holy Spirit to the apostles he had chosen. What instructions had Jesus given?

使徒行传 2:1-47
Acts 2:1-47

Acts 2 :1-47 使徒行传 2:1-47 The Holy Spirit Comes at Pentecost 圣灵降临 1 When the day of Pentecost came, they were all together in one place. Who is “they”? Where were they gathered? 2 Suddenly a sound like the blowing of a violent wind came from heaven and filled the whole house where they were sitting. What do

使徒行传 3:1-26
Acts 3:1-26

Acts 3:1-26 使徒行传 3:1-26 Jesus promised (Mark 16:15-19) His Apostles before His ascension that He would grant them power to perform miracles. In chapter 3, we read of the first miracle performed by one of the Apostles (men who are sent) after Jesus ascension. All the miracles performed by the Apostles in the name of Jesus were in the service of His

使徒行传 4:1-37
Acts 4:1-37

Acts 4:1-37 使徒行传 4:1-37 Peter’s preaching attracted the attention of the temple priests, the captain of the temple’s security agents, and the Sadducees. They were all “greatly disturbed because the aposltles were teaching the people and proclaiming in Jesus the resurrection of the dead

使徒行传 5:1-42
Acts 5:1-42

Acts 5:1-42 使徒行传 5:1-42 The first Christian congregation’s members at Jerusalem were eager in their knowledge of Jesus. They assembled daily to hear the Word of God, offered up prayers and partook of the Lord’s Supper. In this chapter we will read about a

使徒行传 6:1-15
Acts 6:1-15

Acts 6: 1-15 使徒行传 6:1-15 A considerable length of time may have transpired since the end of chapter 5. The church continued to grow, but this gave rise to inevitable problems, both from within and from without. At this stage of its development the church was entirely Jewish in its composition. 从第五章结束(到第六章

使徒行传 7:1-60
Acts 7:1-60

Acts 7:1-60 使徒行传7:1-60 The following address by Stephen is very long. He was defending himself against a triple charge of blasphemy: against God, against Moses, and against the temple. The one great theme which runs throughout the speech is that of God’s grace to Israel and Israel’s disobedience. Charge 1 - Stephen’s defense against blaspheming God. Acts 7:1-18 Charge 2 -

使徒行传 8:1-40
Acts 8:1-40

Acts 8:1-40 使徒行传 8:1-40 It has probably been close to six years since Jesus ascended and the Apostles had not yet extended their activity beyond Jerusalem for Jesus had told them to begin there. “and repentance and forgiveness of sins will be preached in his name to all nations, beginning at Jerusalem”. Luke 24:47 Chapters 2-7 dealt with proclaiming the Gospel in

使徒行传 9:1-43
Acts 9:1-43

Acts 9:1-43 使徒行传 9:1-43 This chapter tells about the conversion of Saul from a persecutor of Christians into one Christ’s apostles. Saul’s newly created Christ-centered faith replaced his former law-centered thinking. Saul comes to realize that Jesus was in truth the Messiah, the Son of God, and that in Him God really did make atonement for the sins of mankind. 这一章讲的是保

使徒行传 10:1-48
Acts 10:1-48

Acts 10:1-48 使徒行传 10:1-48 In Acts chapter 8, Philip brought the saving Gospel to a man from Ethiopia. In chapter 9 Peter brought Tabitha/Dorcas back to life and stayed with a tanner, a Gentile. In chapter 10, Peter will be asked to fully embrace the Gentiles. The forgiving grace of God in Christ was for non-Jews as well as for Jews. 在使徒行传8

使徒行传 11:1-30
Acts 11:1-30

Acts 11:1-30 使徒行传 11:1-30 It can be seen that news of what happened at Caesarea spread throughout Judea. As soon as Peter returned from his trip to Caesarea, however, he was sharply criticized. 我们看到在凯撒利亚发生的事传遍了犹太地。彼得刚从凯撒利亚返回即遭到严

使徒行传 12:1-25
Acts 12:1-25

Acts 12:1-25 使徒行传12:1-25 In chapter 12 the church in Jerusalem is experiencing another outbreak instigated by unbelieving Jews and implemented through King Herod. The king beheaded the apostle James, the first apostle know to have experienced martyrdom. This Herod is a grandson of Herod the Great who ruled at the time of Christ’s birth. Herod Agrippa was educated in Rome

使徒行传 13:1-52
Acts 13:1-52

Acts 13:1-52 使徒行传 13:1-52 In Acts 1-12, Peter is the apostle who is on center stage, but for the remaining chapters, Paul is the key figure. Acts 13 and 14 are about Paul’s first missionary journey. Estimates say the journey took place somewhere between 46-48 A.D. The first three missionary journeys begin at the church in Antioch, Syria. 在使徒

使徒行传 14:1-28
Acts 14:1-28

Acts 14:1-28 使徒行传 14:1-28 In Iconium 在路司得 1 At Iconium Paul and Barnabas went as usual into the Jewish synagogue. There they spoke so effectively that a great number of Jews and Greeks believed. What happened when they spoke the Gospel? 2 But the Jews who refused to believe stirred up the other Gentiles and poisoned their minds against the brothers. What did the

使徒行传 15:1-41
Acts 15:1-41

Acts 15:1-41 使徒行传 15:1-41 The inclusion of more and more Gentiles into the church which initially consisted of Jews was creating a problem which had to be faced and solved. In Acts 15:1-35 Luke states the problem and describes how the church’s leaders solved it. The problem was, what is the requirement for Gentiles to have salvation and membership in the Christian church? 教会原本

使徒行传 16:1-40
Acts 16:1-40

Acts 16:1-40 使徒行传16:1-40 Timothy Joins Paul and Silas 提摩太跟保罗、西拉同工 1 Paul came to Derbe and then to Lystra, where a disciple named Timothy lived, whose mother was Jewish and a believer but whose father was a Greek. Why would Paul go to Derbe and Lystra? 2 The believers at Lystra

使徒行传 17:1-34
Acts 17:1-34

Acts 17:1-34 使徒行传 17:1-34 From Philippi Paul and Silas traveled in a southwestern direction on the Roman road called the Via Egnatia to Thessalonica. 从腓立比开始,保罗和西拉向西南而行。他们沿着罗马大道经由埃纳蒂亚到达帖撒罗

使徒行传 18:1-28
Acts 18:1-28

Acts 18:1-28 使徒行传 18:1-28 From Athens Paul traveled to Corinth, about 97 kilometers (60 miles) to the west. Before reaching Corinth Paul would have passed the site where the athletic events known as the Isthmian Games were held every 2 years. These ranked second in importance to the Olympic Games. 保罗从雅典向西往哥林多去,行程97

使徒行传 19:1-41
Acts 19:1-41

Acts 19:1-41 使徒行传 19:1-41 Paul’s third journey also originated at Antioch in Syria. How long Paul stayed there after his second journey before setting out a third time is not known. For the most part the third journey covered the same territory as the second one. Since Paul spent three years in Ephesus, the whole trip probably lasted at least four years. When Paul left we do

使徒行传 20:1-38
Acts 20:1-38

Acts 20:1-38 使徒行传 20:1-38 Luke does not tell us much about the next portion of the third journey. Paul revisits the churches established in Macedonia and Greece (Achaia).Paul’s plan to sail to Syria from Achaia was changed when he discovered that the Jews had made a plot against him. He decided to return by land. 路加并没有告诉我们很多关

使徒行传 21:1-40
Acts 21:1-40

Acts 21:1-40 使徒行传 21:1-40 The ship which Paul and his many companions boarded at Miletus followed a course along the southwestern coast of Asia Minor. Stops were ;made on the elongated island of Cos and at the city of Rhodes. At Rhodes would have seen the 33 meters (105 feet) bronze statue of Apollo, another one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. It is thought

使徒行传 22:1-30
Acts 22:1-30

Acts 22:1-30 使徒行传22:1-30 Notes: 注释: Paul the Roman Citizen 保罗的罗马人身份 Notes: 注释: Paul Before the Sanhedrin 保罗在公会前申诉 Acts 22:1-30 使徒行传22:1-30 Paul’s speech before the riotous mob was made from one of the

使徒行传 23:1-35
Acts 23:1-35

Acts 23:1-35 使徒行传23:1-35 Paul was no longer bound. This is not a trial, but rather an informal hearing with both the men of the Sanhedrin and Paul present. Paul had probably been asked to make an opening statement and immediately the high priest Ananias ordered Paul to be struck in the mouth. 保罗不再被捆绑。

使徒行传 24:1-27
Acts 24:1-27

Acts 24:1-27 使徒行传 24:1-27 Paul was kept in custody in Caesarea for two years. During that time he was on trial before Felix, the governor, and also before Festus, the successor to Felix. When Festus was faced with the problem of writing up the charges against Paul for Emperor Nero, he called upon King Agrippa II for consultation. In a very formal assembly of dignitaries, Paul addressed

使徒行传 25:1-27
Acts 25:1-27

Acts 25:1-27 使徒行传 25:1-27 Festus first appears as a governor who was intent on carrying out his duties as governor of Judea. Only three days after his arrival in the Roman capital, Caesarea, he went up to Jerusalem. It was important to become acquainted with the political and religious situation there. It was the headquarters for the Sanhedrin, the body which

使徒行传 26:1-32
Acts 26:1-32

Acts 26:1-32 使徒行传 26:1-32 Festus had turned the proceedings over to Agrippa. So it was the king who gave Paul permission to speak in his defense. Religiously Agrippa was a Jew. It should be observed that this was no trial. No accusers or witnesses were present. No verdict would be handed down. Paul consented to speak, not merely to prove his innocence, but to preach the gospel

使徒行传 27:1-44
Acts 27:1-44

Acts 27: 1-44 使徒行传 27:1-44 Festus had decided that there was nothing further he could do in Paul’s case. When Paul left for Rome, he was but one of many persons aboard the ship, and a prisoner at that. As the journey continued the apostle’s role became increasingly important as God wanted Paul to arrive in Rome as His apostolic witness in that capital (See Acts 23:11).

Acts 28-1-31 使徒行传28-1-31

Acts 28:1-31 使徒行传28:1-31 Acts 28:1-31 使徒行传28:1-31 The island on which Paul was to live for the next three months was Malta, sixty miles from the nearest tip of Sicily. This egg shaped island was 29 kilometers (18 miles) long and 13 kilometers(8 miles) wide. On the southwest coast the high

使徒行传 28:1-31
Acts 28:1-31

Acts 28:1-31 使徒行传 28:1-31 The island on which Paul was to live for the next three months was Malta, sixty miles from the nearest tip of Sicily. This egg shaped island was 29 kilometers (18 miles) long and 13 kilometers(8 miles) wide. On the southwest coast the high cliffs descend abruptly to the sea but on the northeast coast there are many inlets and bays. The inhabitants