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9 Then Peter saide vnto her, How is it that ye haue agreed together, to tempt the Spirit of the Lord? behold, the feete of them which haue buried thy husband, are at the doore, and shall cary thee out.
21 And when they heard that, they entred into the Temple early in the morning, & taught: but the high Priest came, and they that were with him, and called the Councill together, and all the Senate of the children of Israel, and sent to the prison to haue them brought.
36 For before these dayes rose vp Theudas, boasting himselfe to be some body, to whom a number of men, about foure hundred, ioyned themselues: who was slaine, and all, as many as obeied him, were scattered, & brought to nought.
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Rita's Acts Chapter 5 comment about verse 30 on 3/11/2013, 1:35pm...
I think Jesus was nailed to a tree, not a cross, and he was nail in his wrist to support his body.
Annette's Acts Chapter 5 comment about verse 30 on 7/16/2012, 9:37am...
Yes. But why say tree though. Its a different word than saying a cross. He would of stated this as he was with him from the beginning. As jesus said with men it is impossible, but with god it is possible.
Susan Dalton's Acts Chapter 5 comment about verse 28 on 7/09/2012, 5:31pm...
"Did not we straigtly command you that ye should not teach in this name? and, behold, ye have filled Jerusalem with your doctrine, and intend to bring this man's blood upon us." Acts 5:28.
We have been affected by the Derecho and extreme heat; many have loss electrical power, and some have been out of power for nine days.
At least in some cases, clearance has to be documented on de-energized lines over 600 volts. This clearance document states that all lines or equipment have been isolated from all sources of hazardous energy. Lower voltage lines or equipment may only require a lock out/tag out procedure.
The apostles had received a clearance from the Lord. They were separated by the Holy Ghost for the work the Lord had called them unto. In essence, they were separated from worldly, hazardous powers which would keep them from fulfilling the Lord's work. They were not kept from those powers seeking to stop them, yet, they knew they had clearance from the Lord, and even if men sought to stop that work, they were to obey God: a hazardous work indeed.
In another way of looking at it, some who call on the name of the Lord, may be low voltage disciples. The world may have isolated them from their main power source to such a degree that they are received by the world; they may be locked out or tagged out while they work in certain areas - meaning they cannot in word make mention of the Lord. Others may be low voltage due to sin, or lack of obedience to God's word. Some may be low voltage because they are a babe in Christ; still, others, may be low voltage by God's will to be able to perform a specific work according to His will; but, the power to perform any work for Christ must come from His power.
The apostles, here,in Acts 5:28, were a live, hot wire for the Lord. The opposers of the gospel tried to enforce their clearance upon them. They sought to isolate the apostles from the power that enpowered them, yet, the apostles were a live, hot wire unto their death. They had received clearance from the Lord that His work might be done.
Working on downed, energized lines can be hazardous to the worker of the Lord; but, thanks be unto God, He insulates His workers for the work He has cleared them to do.
Miriam's Acts Chapter 5 comment on 2/22/2012, 5:52am...
Acts 5V20 whatever "prison" you are in right now, your time or your season has come to come out from it BUT when God sets you free do not forget to acknowledge his Name
Bane's Acts Chapter 5 comment on 2/14/2012, 12:28am...
TO REV.DELTAMcNEISH Respectable, if I understood well Your last sentence, You pointed to the same center of my vision of Jesus. "Jesus the Son of God left the Church with mandate to know God and Himself...". Best regards and GOD BLESS US ALL
Rev. Delta McNeish's Acts Chapter 5 comment on 2/12/2012, 4:08pm...
When I was much younger I wondered how two people could lose their lives right in the Church in the day of "grace." At 66 years of age the answer has come to me loud and clear. Holy Spirit was in charge of the early Church;He is not now. That is why we see so much corruption in what is called the "Church" today. However, there is a last wave of God's grace that is being given. Jesus said, Holy Spirit will tell us about Himself and guide us into all Truth etc. Yet (He)Holy Spirit has been totally ignored by most. This is a real problem. If Jesus the Son of God left the Church with a mandate to know God and Himself how are those who call themselves "Christians" knowing God experientially without Holy Spitit.
Martina ajie azaah's Acts Chapter 5 comment about verse 17 on 11/15/2011, 2:26am...
The determination of these religious rulers to obscure the truth of the gospel is an indication that they did not even believe in God in the first place.They were merely hiding behind the Law of Moses to make a name for themselves.Woe betides any one who calls the name of the lord in vain.
Madeleine's Acts Chapter 5 comment about verse 30 on 9/08/2011, 9:40am...
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Acts 5:30 shows that the Jesus was hung on a tree. if you look at a Greek translation, the word stavros appear. and this word meant the right to delete an upright pole or stake. encyclopedia "The Imperial Bible-Dictionary" confirms it. also among the Romans was the word "crux" (the word comes from the cross) originally has been an upright pale. The book "The non-Cristian Cross by JD Parsons says" there is not a single sentence in any of the writings that make up the New Testament, the Greek show, either directly or indirectly, that the stauros used in connection with Jesus , was anything but an ordinary stauros, and there is nothing to suggest that it consisted of more than a stick. Jesus was seen on a crime and criminals at the time was hung on a log, pole. and the cross was used on a symbol of the god Tammuz, as it had the same shape as the first initial of his name.
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