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 training and explains why the achievement of prophecy used to be interrupted a few nineteen centuries in the past to make means for the preaching of Jesus Christ in response to the revelation of the secret. thoroughly this publication has been known as "the booklet between." so far as the constitution of the Scriptures is anxious it matches completely among the 4 files of our Lord's earthly ministry and the epistles of Paul.

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This is clear also from the fact that he was baptized with water to "wash away" his sins (See Acts 22:16). We know of course, that the washing of water was only symbolic; that it could not in itself wash away sin; that Saul was saved essentially by the grace and power of God. " But the fact that a new dispensation had begun does not mean that the old had already passed away. The other apostles could not yet have understood the secret purposes of God, nor had it been indicated to them that the discharge of their "great commission" would be interrupted, hence water baptism was still required, along with faith, for salvation (Mark 16:15,16) at the time when Saul was converted, and any true believer would be "baptized for the remission of sins" (Acts 2:38).

Thus our Lord said to the Gentile woman referred to above: "Let the children first be filled" (Mark 7:27). Our Lord did not change all this after His resurrection, for under the so-called "great commission" the apostles were explicitly instructed to begin their ministry with Israel (Luke 24:47; Acts 1:8). This was with the assumption, of course, that Israel would now receive Christ, and that salvation could then also be sent to the Gentiles. Surely Peter makes it clear in Acts 3:25,26, that Israel must first be saved, so that salvation might flow through her to the Gentiles.

18:18). Therefore, in early Acts it is always Peter who assumes the leadership, as the following passages indicate: Acts 1:15 ".. " Acts 2:14: ". . " Acts 2:37: ". , . Peter and . . the rest of the apostles... " Acts 5:29: ". . Peter and the other apostles... " But after the raising up of Paul a change takes place. It seems that precedence in the Jerusalem Church passes from Peter to James, the Lord's brother after the flesh, who is not even one of the twelve. " Later, when Peter was released from prison by an angel, he said to his friends: "Go show these things unto James, and to the brethren" (Acts 12:17).

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