By Cornelius Stam
Covers Acts 15:36 via 28:31
Far greater than an encouraged storybook, Acts provides a transparent line of training and explains why the achievement of prophecy was once interrupted a few nineteen centuries in the past to make approach for the preaching of Jesus Christ in line with the revelation of the secret. correctly this booklet has been known as "the e-book between." so far as the constitution of the Scriptures is anxious it suits completely among the 4 documents of our Lord's earthly ministry and the epistles of Paul.
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And as he talked with him, he went in, and found many that were come together. "And he said unto them, Ye know how that it is an unlawful thing for a man that is a Jew to keep company, or come unto one of another nation; but God hath showed me that I should not call any man common or unclean. " --Acts 10:24-29. As Peter and his friends entered Caesarea Cornelius was waiting for them, having called together his relatives and closest friends. Probably he went to the gate, or outer entrance, to meet Peter, for we read that he met Peter as he was "coming in," yet we are also told that Peter then went in with Cornelius and found that a considerable company had gathered.
Etc. (Acts 3:25,26). But now he says: "God hath showed me that I should not call any man common or unclean" (Acts 10:28) and "Of a truth I perceive that God is no respecter of persons" (Ver. 34). Peter did not know that a new program was to be ushered in. He did not know that God was concluding all in unbelief that He might have mercy upon all. He did not proclaim the gospel of the grace of God to Cornelius and his household. But he did know that God, according to His own sovereign will, had instructed him to go to these Gentiles, "nothing doubting" and had learned therefrom that God was indeed no respecter of persons.
Our Lord did not change all this after His resurrection, for under the so-called "great commission" the apostles were explicitly instructed to begin their ministry with Israel (Luke 24:47; Acts 1:8). This was with the assumption, of course, that Israel would now receive Christ, and that salvation could then also be sent to the Gentiles. Surely Peter makes it clear in Acts 3:25,26, that Israel must first be saved, so that salvation might flow through her to the Gentiles. In view of this, it is natural that Peter had considered it "unlawful" to go to the Gentiles, for Israel had certainly not yet been saved.
Acts Dispensationally Considered - Volume 2 by Cornelius Stam