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#22.
The first missionary journey (13: - 16: 5).
"Separate Me Barnabas and Saul."
pp. 146 - 151
We generally speak of Acts 13: as being the commencement of the apostle Paul's
great ministry, but if the details are examined we shall be reminded that, actually, this
new ministry starts earlier, namely at 11: 22, and, for a time, overlaps the ministry of
Peter. A feature of the Acts already noted helps to confirm this. We refer to the
recurrence of divine comment at different points of the narrative. This we exhibit so that
the reader may be provided with all possible means of Berean-like study.
Geographical.
Theme.
Ministry.
Summary.
1: 1 - 2: 46.
Commission of the
Peter and the
2: 46, 47.
JERUSALEM.
Twelve.
Twelve.
"And the Lord added those
Jews only.
Pentecost.
that were  to be saved" (See
J. N. Darby's New Translation).
3: 1 - 6: 6.
Dispensational
Peter and John.
6: 7.
JERUSALEM.
miracle.
The seven
"And  the  Word  of  God
Hellenists come
Deacons.
increased, and the number of the
forward.
disciples
multiplied
IN
JERUSALEM greatly;  and a
great company of the priests
were obedient to the faith."
6: 8 - 9: 30.
Stephen's witness
Stephen, Philip,
9: 51.
Samaria.
and martyrdom.
Peter and
"Then had the churches rest
Damascus.
Philip's witness to
John.
throughout  all  JUDĘA  and
Samaritans and
Saul.
GALILEE and SAMARIA, and
Ethiopians.
were edified; and walking in the
Saul's persecution
fear of the Lord, and in the
and conversion.
comfort of the Holy Ghost, were
multiplied."
9: 32 - 11: 20.
Cornelius and
Peter and those
11: 21.
Cęsarea.
Hellenists
scattered at
"And the hand of the Lord was
evangelized.
persecution.
with them, and a great number
believed, and turned to the
Lord."
END OF ACTS OF PETER.
BEGINNING OF ACTS OF PAUL.