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January
Jan. 1-10, read Acts 1-2.
1. After Jesus rose alive, how many days did He appear to the disciples? (1:1-3)
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2. What did the disciples ask Jesus about the kingdom of Israel? (1:6)
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3. Jesus told the disciples to wait for the Holy Spirit to come. Then what will they do? (1:8)
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4. The disciples chose a man to replace Judas as apostle, because Judas died. The new man must have done what? (1:21-22)
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5. The Holy Spirit came down on the believers. What did that sound like? What did they see? (2:1-4)
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6. Many Jews were in Jerusalem to celebrate what? (2:1-5)
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7. Peter preached and taught Jesus is the Savior. What did he tell the people to do? (2:37-41)
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8. How many people got baptized? (2:41)
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9. Describe the believers in the early church. What did they do? (2:42-47)
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Jan. 11-17, read Acts 3-4.
1. What did Peter do for the lame man by the temple? (3:1-10. Really, it was God working through Peter!)
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2. Many people came to see what was happening. Peter used the opportunity to do what? (3:11-26)
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3. What people in the Old Testament talked and wrote about Jesus? (3:22-24)
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4. After Peter's sermon, how much did the church grow? (4:4)
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5. What did the Jewish leaders (priests, temple guard, Sadducees) do to Peter and John? (4:1-3, 5-7)
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6. What did the Jewish leaders command Peter and John? (4:15-18)
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7. How did Peter and John answer? (4:19-20)
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8. The Jews were now persecuting the church. Did the church hide in fear? Were they brave? What did they do? (4:24-31)
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9. Read how the church shared everything in 4:32-37. Can we share with each other the same today?
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Jan. 18-24, read Acts 5-7.
1. How did Ananias and Sapphira lie? (5:1-11)
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2. The Jews arrested the apostles. What did Gamaliel (a famous Jewish teacher) say to do with them? (5:34-39)
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3. The church chose men to help the apostles. How did they choose them? (6:1-4)
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4. What were the apostles responsible to do? What were the seven men to do? (6:3-6)
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5. Stephen wouldn't stop preaching about Jesus. What happened to him? (7:54-60)
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6. What did Stephen say about the people killing him? (7:60)
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Jan. 25-31, read Acts 8-9.
1. What was Saul trying to do? (8:1-3)
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2. Because of the persecution, what did the believers do? (8:4)
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3. The Ethiopian eunuch couldn't understand Scripture by himself. What did Philip do for him? (8:30-38)
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4. Who appeared to Saul on the way to Damascus? (9:1-6)
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5. What did Ananias do for Saul? (9:14-19)
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6. What did Barnabas do for Saul in Jerusalem? (9:26-28)
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7. How can you be like Barnabas and help someone today?
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