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Acts Reading Plan for the BOLD Series starting July 22, 2012

Book of Acts – Reading Plan for Bold Series 

Daily Reading Plan – Beginning Sunday, 7/22

7/22 – Chapter 1: Introduction, Jesus Christ going up into the heavens, the selection of Matthias to replace the traitor Judas Iscariot.

7/23 – Chapter 2: the coming of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost (an event often called the “birthday of the Church”) with Peter’s address to the crowd, the fellowship of believers.

Chapter 3-6: Peter’s miraculous healing of a crippled man, Peter and John before the Sanhedrin, the incident of Ananias and Sapphira, persecution began, the choosing of the seven deacons, Stephen arrested.

7/24 – Chapter 3

7/25 – Chapter 4

7/26 – Chapter 5

7/27 – Chapter 6

7/28 – Chapter 7: the witness and martyrdom of Stephen.

7/29 – Chapter 8: the scattering of the church, Simon the Sorcerer, Philip and the Ethiopian eunuch.

7/30 – Chapter 9: the conversion of Saul into Paul on the road to Damascus.

Chapter 10-11: Peter’s encounter with Cornelius and the new awareness that Gentiles were not excluded from the calling. A startling realization for many of the church pioneers – that Christianity was not just for the Jews! (Christianity at the beginning was viewed as the blooming of Judaism, not as a separate, or antagonistic, set of religious beliefs).

7/31 – Chapter 10

8/1 – Chapter 11

8/2 – Chapter 12: Peter’s escape with the aid of an Angel, the death of Herod Agrippa for blasphemy (he was the grandson of Herod The Great, who tried to kill Jesus Christ when He was an infant).

Chapter 13-28: the ministry and journeys of the apostle Paul.

8/3 – Chapter 13

8/4 – Chapter 14

8/5 – Chapter 15

8/6 – Chapter 16

8/7 – Chapter 17

8/8 – Chapter 18

8/9 – Chapter 19

8/10 – Chapter 20

8/11 – Chapter 21

8/12 – Chapter 22

8/13 – Chapter 23

8/14 – Chapter 24

8/15 – Chapter 25

8/16 – Chapter 26

8/17 – Chapter 27

8/18 – Chapter 28

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