Jesus frequently taught about the need for servanthood in his kingdom. In Matthew 20, he once again instructed his disciples about what true servanthood looks like, and pointed to his own life and ministry as the ultimate servant.
It is important in any study of the book of Acts to respect the author’s intent. Of course, the ultimate Author was God the Holy Spirit, but the human author was Luke. Luke, under inspiration, was intent on giving an accurate account of all that
As the reader approaches the sixth chapter of Acts the story begins to change direction. The focus slowly but surely shifts from Peter as the central apostle to Paul. The reason for this has nothing to do with Paul but everything to do with Jesus
Bob Dylan was quite correct when he sang, “You gotta serve somebody.” No man is completely free. My daughter has a photo of a plaque which she recently took at a War memorial in Washington D.C. which reads, “Freedom is not Free.” Freedom is costly