“Then God turned, and gaue them vp to worship the hoste of heauen, as it is written in the booke of the Prophets, O ye house of Israel, haue ye offered to me slaine beasts, and sacrifices, by the space of fourty yeeres in the wildernesse?”
1611 King James Version (KJV)
7:42 God turned - From them in anger; and gave them up - Frequently from the time of the golden calf, to the time of Amos, and afterward. The host of heaven - The stars are called an army or host, because of their number, order, and powerful influence. In the book of the prophets - Of the twelve prophets, which the Jews always wrote together in one book. Have ye offered - The passage of Amos referred to, chap. v, 25, &c, #Amos 5:25| consists of two parts; of which the former confirms ver. 41, #Ac 7:41|,42 of the sin of the people; the latter the beginning of ver. 42, concerning their punishment. Have ye offered to me - They had offered many sacrifices; but God did not accept them as offered to him, because they sacrificed to idols also; and did not sacrifice to him with an upright heart. #Amos 5:25|.
Ac 7:42 Have ye offered to me slain beasts and sacrifices? This passage is quoted from Am 5:25-27. The emphasis is on "me". Did ye not offer them to false gods also? Ac 7:43 gives the reply.