1. There are many ways of looking up the meaning of a word such as "lovingkindness." The following start at the most objective to
methods of increasing risk of subjectivity and perhaps some error: a) use a concordance to see how the Bible defines the word, b) use a
lexicon to see the meaning of the Hebrew or Greek term, c) use a Bible dictionary, or d) use a commentary. Try a couple of the methods
above to understand the word "lovingkindness" and "truth."
4. What is the distinction and relationship between God's promise and command? What do you observe (Acts 9:15-16;
22:14-15; 26:16-18)? How does God
use a Believer's testimony (Acts 9:1-2; 22:1-5;
26:2-11)? What covenant(s) is / are being fulfilled (cite the biblical passage)?
Recorded in three different accounts in one single book (Acts 9:1-21;
22:3-21; 26:2-20), Luke devotes
sixteen of twenty eight chapters of the book of Acts to the apostle Paul who would author 13 epistles that would make up nearly one fourth
of the New Testament. Consider how something true is validated.
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