Tongues of Fire: 40 Devotional Insights for Today’s Church from the Book of Acts (ebook)

Tongues of Fire: 40 Devotional Insights for Today’s Church from the Book of Acts (ebook)

Capture the excitement and passion of the early church in this devotional Bible study on the book of Acts.

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Discover how the Spirit of God moved through the early church, empowering Christians to have a personal, vibrant relationship with Jesus.

The book of Acts was a thrilling time for the early church. Now you can capture the excitement and passion of the first-century Christians in this devotional Bible study designed to take you through the book of Acts.

In Tongues of Fire: 40 Devotional Insights for Todays Church from the Book of Acts, youll connect the biblical narrative with todays reality in 40 easy-to-read reflections about Christian life and church. 

Discover how the Spirit moved through early believerslives, how the Gospel spread, and what we can learn as the body of Christ today. Through forty daily devotionals, youll gain insights that can help guide your faith and expand your spiritual practices as you uncover how this book influences Jesuss followers two millennia later.

In this Bible study youll find:

  • Thought-provoking reflection prompts to engage more intimately with Scripture
  • Personal applications that will challenge you to live Gods truth everyday
  • Practical questions to bolster your faith
  • Transformational connections to your life and church
  • Life-changing themes to inspire you to live like the early church, ministering to others and sharing about Jesus.

Tongues of Fire challenges us to seek answers on what todays church can learn from Jesuss first followers and how they moved under the Holy Spirits power. This easy-to-read Bible study will give you forty days of devotional insights that can help you grow in your faith and discover how to celebrate the role of the Holy Spirit then and now. It will encourage you toward deeper community and an effective personal ministry. Perfect for women, men, or small groups.

Dive into Tongues of Fire for your next study and gain a new perspective on the teachings of Jesus and the work of the Holy Spirit.

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[This book was first published as Dear Theophilus, Acts.]


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All About Acts

Acts is one of the sixty-six books in the Protestant Bible. It details the actions (“the Acts”) of Jesus’s band of followers. As such, Acts supplies a compelling narrative of life in the early church as it emerges after Jesus’s execution.

Authored by Doctor Luke, Acts records the work of Jesus’s followers as they navigate unmapped territory. It forms a new faith perspective based on the teachings of Jesus and the supporting work of the Holy Spirit. Luke gives a valuable narrative to inform us and to reform our church practices. As a Gentile, Luke is also an outsider to Judaism—just like most of us.

As the narrative in Acts progresses, we see Luke sometimes shifting from a third-person perspective, that of a reporter, to a first-person point of view as a participant. Though the good doctor writes his first book, Luke, as an outsider, he emerges in his second book, Acts, as an insider, where he takes part in the work of Paul to develop Jesus’s church.

Clearly Luke, the former reporter, has become a follower of Jesus and part of his growing community of believers. This book explores what Luke shares in his informative description about the early church in the book of Acts, which can teach us much about faith and inform our church practice.

Each of Luke’s two books, Luke and Acts, address Theophilus.

We don’t know who Theophilus is, only that Luke writes both of his books to Theophilus so that he may know for sure what others had taught him about Jesus.

Luke has two notable traits to make him ideal for this task. First, as a doctor, he’s a trained observer. This makes him an ideal investigative reporter for Theophilus.
Second, as a non-Jew, Luke has a fresh take on the subject, without historical baggage to distract him on his mission.

This helps Theophilus, and it helps us.

What steps are we willing to take to help someone, like Theophilus, know for certain what they were taught?

[Discover more about Theophilus in Luke 1:1–4 and Acts 1:1–2.]

Meet Author Peter DeHaan

Peter DeHaan, PhD, often makes religious people squirm, but spiritual seekers cheer. He’s not trying to be provocative, but he seeks truth, even if it makes some people uncomfortable. He yearns for Christians to push past the status quo and reconsider how they practice their faith in every area of their lives.

Peter earned his doctorate, awarded with high distinction, from Trinity College of the Bible and Theological Seminary. He lives with his wife in beautiful Southwest Michigan and wrangles crossword puzzles in his spare time.

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