Reading Acts in Easter

Listen to the ‘Acts of the Apostles’ read throughout the season of Easter. Starting on Easter Monday, we begin Luke’s account of the early church after Christ’s Resurrection. The book of Acts records the spread of the Gospel from Jerusalem to Rome. You can listen to all 28 chapters, one-a-day from Monday to Saturday, taken from the English Standard Version of the Bible.

Acts 28: 11-31

4th June 2022

Reading Acts in Easter
Reading Acts in Easter
Acts 28: 11-31
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We conclude our podcast series on the Acts of the Apostles as we read Acts 28: 11-31. Paul finally arrives in Rome where he calls together the local leaders of the Jews. They know nothing of his trial or the reason why he was sent to them so ask him to explain his views. For two years, living at is own expense, Paul welcomes all who come to him proclaiming the kingdom of God and teaching about the Lord Jesus Christ “with all boldness and without hindrance”.

Reading Acts in Easter is a full reading of the ‘Acts of the Apostles’, one-a-day from Monday to Saturday throughout the season, taken from the English Standard Version of the Bible. The book of Acts, written by St Luke, gives an account of the early church after Christ’s Resurrection.

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Reading Acts in Easter is a full reading of the ‘Acts of the Apostles’, one-a-day from Monday to Saturday throughout the season, taken from the English Standard Version of the Bible.

The Book of Acts, written by St Luke, gives an account of the early church after Christ’s Resurrection.

Acts 27: 39-44 to Acts 28: 1-10

3rd June 2022

Reading Acts in Easter
Reading Acts in Easter
Acts 27: 39-44 to Acts 28: 1-10
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In this episode we span two chapters from Acts 27: 39-44 to Acts 28: 1-10. After the storm, the ship becomes stuck just off the island of Malta. The native people show unusual kindness to Paul. When he survives a viper bite, the locals declare Paul a god. Paul then heals Publius – the chief man of the island.

Reading Acts in Easter is a full reading of the ‘Acts of the Apostles’, one-a-day from Monday to Saturday throughout the season, taken from the English Standard Version of the Bible. The book of Acts, written by St Luke, gives an account of the early church after Christ’s Resurrection.

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Reading Acts in Easter is a full reading of the ‘Acts of the Apostles’, one-a-day from Monday to Saturday throughout the season, taken from the English Standard Version of the Bible.

The Book of Acts, written by St Luke, gives an account of the early church after Christ’s Resurrection.

Acts 27: 1-38

2nd June 2022

Reading Acts in Easter
Reading Acts in Easter
Acts 27: 1-38
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In this episode we read Acts 27: 1-38. Paul sets sail for Rome in the company of a centurion of the Augustan Cohort named Julius. Part way through there journey they encounter a violent storm at sea which Paul had warned them about but they chose to ignore him.

Reading Acts in Easter is a full reading of the ‘Acts of the Apostles’, one-a-day from Monday to Saturday throughout the season, taken from the English Standard Version of the Bible. The book of Acts, written by St Luke, gives an account of the early church after Christ’s Resurrection.

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Reading Acts in Easter is a full reading of the ‘Acts of the Apostles’, one-a-day from Monday to Saturday throughout the season, taken from the English Standard Version of the Bible.

The Book of Acts, written by St Luke, gives an account of the early church after Christ’s Resurrection.

Acts 26: 1-32

1st June 2022

Reading Acts in Easter
Reading Acts in Easter
Acts 26: 1-32
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In this episode we read Acts 26: 1-32. Paul makes his defence to King Agrippa in the face of accusations from the Jews. He recalls his former life as a devout Pharisee punishing the saints, trying to make them blaspheme. Paul then tells of his conversion.

Reading Acts in Easter is a full reading of the ‘Acts of the Apostles’, one-a-day from Monday to Saturday throughout the season, taken from the English Standard Version of the Bible. The book of Acts, written by St Luke, gives an account of the early church after Christ’s Resurrection.

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Reading Acts in Easter is a full reading of the ‘Acts of the Apostles’, one-a-day from Monday to Saturday throughout the season, taken from the English Standard Version of the Bible.

The Book of Acts, written by St Luke, gives an account of the early church after Christ’s Resurrection.

Acts 25: 1-27

31st May 2022

Reading Acts in Easter
Reading Acts in Easter
Acts 25: 1-27
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In this episode we read Acts 25: 1-27. The chief priests and the principal men of the Jews lay out their case against Paul to Festus. Paul tells Festus that he has done no wrong and appeals to Caesar. Festus agrees he should be sent before Caesar but, having nothing to write to Caesar about the charges, he brings him first to King Agrippa.

Reading Acts in Easter is a full reading of the ‘Acts of the Apostles’, one-a-day from Monday to Saturday throughout the season, taken from the English Standard Version of the Bible. The book of Acts, written by St Luke, gives an account of the early church after Christ’s Resurrection.

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Please use these links to subscribe to Reading Acts in Easter.

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Reading Acts in Easter is a full reading of the ‘Acts of the Apostles’, one-a-day from Monday to Saturday throughout the season, taken from the English Standard Version of the Bible.

The Book of Acts, written by St Luke, gives an account of the early church after Christ’s Resurrection.

Acts 23: 12-35 to Acts 24: 1-30

30th May 2022

Reading Acts in Easter
Reading Acts in Easter
Acts 23: 12-35 to Acts 24: 1-30
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In this episode we span two chapters from Acts 23: 12-35 to Acts 24: 1-30. Upon hearing of a plot to kill Paul, the tribune sends him to the governor in Caesarea where his fate may be decided. Paul tells the governor that all the charges against him cannot be proven and he is guilty of nothing but his worship of God. The governor then imprisons him while he decides what should be done.

Reading Acts in Easter is a full reading of the ‘Acts of the Apostles’, one-a-day from Monday to Saturday throughout the season, taken from the English Standard Version of the Bible. The book of Acts, written by St Luke, gives an account of the early church after Christ’s Resurrection.

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Reading Acts in Easter is a full reading of the ‘Acts of the Apostles’, one-a-day from Monday to Saturday throughout the season, taken from the English Standard Version of the Bible.

The Book of Acts, written by St Luke, gives an account of the early church after Christ’s Resurrection.

Acts 22: 22-30 to Acts 23: 1-11

28th May 2022

Reading Acts in Easter
Reading Acts in Easter
Acts 22: 22-30 to Acts 23: 1-11
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In this episode we span two chapters from Acts 22: 22-30 to Acts 23: 1-11. The tribune decides that Paul should be unbound and commands the chief priests and all the council to meet so he can know the reason why Paul is being accused.

Reading Acts in Easter is a full reading of the ‘Acts of the Apostles’, one-a-day from Monday to Saturday throughout the season, taken from the English Standard Version of the Bible. The book of Acts, written by St Luke, gives an account of the early church after Christ’s Resurrection.

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Please use these links to subscribe to Reading Acts in Easter.

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Reading Acts in Easter is a full reading of the ‘Acts of the Apostles’, one-a-day from Monday to Saturday throughout the season, taken from the English Standard Version of the Bible.

The Book of Acts, written by St Luke, gives an account of the early church after Christ’s Resurrection.

Acts 21: 27-40 to Acts 22: 1-21

27th May 2022

Reading Acts in Easter
Reading Acts in Easter
Acts 21: 27-40 to Acts 22: 1-21
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In this episode we span two chapters from Acts 21: 27-40 to Acts 22: 1-21. Jews from Asia see Paul in the temple and cry out for help against him – the man they see as defiling their holy place. They bring him before the tribune who, at Paul’s request, allows him to speak to the crowd, which he does in Hebrew.

Reading Acts in Easter is a full reading of the ‘Acts of the Apostles’, one-a-day from Monday to Saturday throughout the season, taken from the English Standard Version of the Bible. The book of Acts, written by St Luke, gives an account of the early church after Christ’s Resurrection.

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Reading Acts in Easter is a full reading of the ‘Acts of the Apostles’, one-a-day from Monday to Saturday throughout the season, taken from the English Standard Version of the Bible.

The Book of Acts, written by St Luke, gives an account of the early church after Christ’s Resurrection.

Acts 21: 1-26

26th May 2022

Reading Acts in Easter
Reading Acts in Easter
Acts 21: 1-26
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In this episode we read Acts 21: 1-26. Paul continues on his journey to Jerusalem but meets a prophet named Agabus who tells him he will be bound, hands and feet, if he continues on his journey.

Reading Acts in Easter is a full reading of the ‘Acts of the Apostles’, one-a-day from Monday to Saturday throughout the season, taken from the English Standard Version of the Bible. The book of Acts, written by St Luke, gives an account of the early church after Christ’s Resurrection.

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Reading Acts in Easter is a full reading of the ‘Acts of the Apostles’, one-a-day from Monday to Saturday throughout the season, taken from the English Standard Version of the Bible.

The Book of Acts, written by St Luke, gives an account of the early church after Christ’s Resurrection.

Acts 20: 1-38

25th May 2022

Reading Acts in Easter
Reading Acts in Easter
Acts 20: 1-38
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In this episode we read Acts 20: 1-38. Paul travels to Greece before returning to Macedonia. While in Macedonia, Paul heals Eutychus who had fallen from a third story window before he sets sail for Ephesus where he speaks to the Elders that he will continue to testify to the grace of God.

Reading Acts in Easter is a full reading of the ‘Acts of the Apostles’, one-a-day from Monday to Saturday throughout the season, taken from the English Standard Version of the Bible. The book of Acts, written by St Luke, gives an account of the early church after Christ’s Resurrection.

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Please use these links to subscribe to Reading Acts in Easter.

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Reading Acts in Easter is a full reading of the ‘Acts of the Apostles’, one-a-day from Monday to Saturday throughout the season, taken from the English Standard Version of the Bible.

The Book of Acts, written by St Luke, gives an account of the early church after Christ’s Resurrection.

Acts 19: 21-41

24th May 2022

Reading Acts in Easter
Reading Acts in Easter
Acts 19: 21-41
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In this episode we read Acts 19: 21-41. Gaius and Aristarchus, Macedonians who were Paul’s companions, are brought before a crowd in Ephesus to explain their preaching. Alexander speaks to the crowd making it clear that everyone knows that the city of the Ephesians is temple keeper of the great Artemis. He says that neither man can be accused of being sacrilegious nor a blasphemer of their Goddess. He cautions them not to incite further rioting.

Reading Acts in Easter is a full reading of the ‘Acts of the Apostles’, one-a-day from Monday to Saturday throughout the season, taken from the English Standard Version of the Bible. The book of Acts, written by St Luke, gives an account of the early church after Christ’s Resurrection.

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Please use these links to subscribe to Reading Acts in Easter.

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Reading Acts in Easter is a full reading of the ‘Acts of the Apostles’, one-a-day from Monday to Saturday throughout the season, taken from the English Standard Version of the Bible.

The Book of Acts, written by St Luke, gives an account of the early church after Christ’s Resurrection.

Acts 18: 24-28 to Acts 19: 1-20

23rd May 2022

Reading Acts in Easter
Reading Acts in Easter
Acts 18: 24-28 to Acts 19: 1-20
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In this episode we span two chapters from Acts 18: 24-28 to Acts 19: 1-20. Apollos goes to Ephesus where he refutes the Jews in public and shows them Scriptures that the Christ was Jesus. Paul arrives at Ephesus and lays his hands on some disciples. The Holy Spirit moved them and they began speaking in tongues and prophesying.

Reading Acts in Easter is a full reading of the ‘Acts of the Apostles’, one-a-day from Monday to Saturday throughout the season, taken from the English Standard Version of the Bible. The book of Acts, written by St Luke, gives an account of the early church after Christ’s Resurrection.

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Reading Acts in Easter is a full reading of the ‘Acts of the Apostles’, one-a-day from Monday to Saturday throughout the season, taken from the English Standard Version of the Bible.

The book of Acts, written by St Luke, gives an account of the early church after Christ’s Resurrection.

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