The book of Acts records some of the most important events in the New Testament: the birth of the church, the coming of the Holy Spirit, bold preaching, and dramatic missionary journeys. In addition to providing incredible insights into the growth of the apostolic church, Acts also encourages and challenges Christians today, spurring readers on to wholehearted devotion to Christ. In this newly revised, three-volume collection of sermons, Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones explains the message of the first eight chapters of Acts with clear language and pastoral warmth. From Peter’s bold preaching to the dramatic stoning of Stephen, Lloyd-Jones points readers back to the foundational figures and key events of the Christian faith, emphasizing the basic truths undergirding genuine belief. Please note: this commentary is three volumes but will download to your software as six separate resources.
Featuring more than 2,400 pages of commentary, this collection features Martin Lloyd Jones’ classic exposition on the first eight chapters of Acts, Featuring exegetical analysis with insightful practical application, each of these commentaries unpacks the biblical text within its ancient context and illuminates how God’s word applies to our lives in the contemporary world. In Acts, you’ll discover the earliest days of Christianity anew as a small group of apostles transforms into a mature, quickly spreading church. Please note: Acts covers chapter 1–8 and will download to your software as six separate resources that comprise the following:
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Martyn Lloyd-Jones (1899–1981), minister of Westminster Chapel in London for 30 years, was one of the foremost preachers of his day. His many books have brought profound spiritual encouragement to millions around the world.