Knowing Him

Sweeter Than Honey: Looking at ‘Jesus’ in Acts

What the book of Acts says about Jesus.

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Chapter 1

He was taken up to heaven (v.1)
He gave orders to the apostles through the Holy Spirit (v.2)
The apostles were chosen by Him (v.2)
He presented Himself alive to the apostles after His suffering (v. 3)
He was lifted up into the clouds (v.9)
He will come from heaven the same way He went into heaven (v.11)

Chapter 2

He was a Nazarene (v. 22)
He was a man (v. 22)
He was attested by God through miracles, signs and wonders (v. 22)
He was delivered over by the predetermined plan and foreknowledge of God (v. 23)
He was nailed to the cross and put to death by the hands of godless men (v. 23)
God raised Him up (v. 24)
It was impossible for Him to be held in death’s power (v. 24)
He was neither abandoned to Hades, nor did his flesh suffer decay (v. 31)
He was exalted to the right hand of God (v. 33)
God has made Him both Lord and Christ (v. 33)

Chapter 3

He was God’s servant (v. 13)
He is the holy and righteous one (v. 14)
He is the Prince of Life (v. 15)
Faith in His name gives strength (v. 16)
Faith in His name gives perfect health (v. 16)
His suffering was announced beforehand by the prophets (v. 18)
Heaven has received Him until the period of restoration of all things (v. 21)
He was a prophet like Moses (v. 22)
God raised Him up, sending him to bless by turning everyone from their wicked ways (v. 26)
Salvation is found in no one else (v.12)
He was anointed by God to do whatever God’s hand and purpose predestined to occur (v.27-28)

Chapter 5

He is who God exalted to His right hand as Prince and Savior that He might bring Israel to repentance (v. 31)

Chapter 9

He was persecuted by Saul (v.5)
He heals (v.34)

Chapter 10

He was anointed by God with the Holy Spirit and with power (v. 38)
He went about doing good and healing all who were oppressed by the devil (v. 38)
God was with Him (v. 38)
He ordered His witnesses to preach to people (v. 42)
He ordered His witnesses to solemnly testify that He is the Righteous One (v. 42)
He was appointed by God as Judge of the living and the dead (v. 42)
Prophets bear witness that those who believe in Him receives forgiveness of sins (v. 43)

Chapter 13

Pilate found no grounds for putting Him to death (v. 28)
Through Him, everyone is freed from all things from which the law of Moses could not free from (v. 39)

Chapter 16

Name of Jesus casts out evil spirits (v. 18)

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