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 10: 23-48

7th May 2022

Reading Acts in Easter
Reading Acts in Easter
Acts 10: 23-48
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In this episode we read Acts 10: 23-48. Cornelius is expecting Peter in Caesarea. He has called together his relatives and close friends. Cornelius falls at Peter’s feet worshipping him, but he says, “Stand up; I too am a man.” Then the Gentiles hear the Good News.

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 10: 1-23

6th May 2022

Reading Acts in Easter
Reading Acts in Easter
Acts 10: 1-23
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In this episode we read Acts 10: 1-23. At Caesarea, Cornelius, a devout centurion of the Italian Cohort, has a vision of an angel of God. He is told to send men to Joppa to bring Simon, who is called Peter, who is lodging with Simon the tanner.

When he was hungry Peter has a vision and a voice tells him to rise and to “kill and eat”. As he ponders this vision, the Spirit says to him, “Behold, three men are looking for you. Rise and go down and accompany them without hesitation, for I have sent them.”

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 9: 26-43

5th May 2022

Reading Acts in Easter
Reading Acts in Easter
Acts 9: 26-43
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In this episode we read Acts 9: 26-43. Saul attempts to join the disciples in Jerusalem but they are afraid of him. But Barnabas explains to them how he had preached boldly in the name of Jesus at Damascus. The the Hellenists were seeking to kill Saul so he is sent to Tarsus. This episode also has accounts of the healing of Aeneas and how Dorcas is restored to life.

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 9: 1-25

4th May 2022

Reading Acts in Easter
Reading Acts in Easter
Acts 9: 1-25
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In this episode we read Acts 9: 1-25. We listen to the conversion of Saul. Despite breathing threats and murder against the disciples of Jesus, as he approaches Damascus, a light from heaven shines around him. The Lord says, “I am Jesus, whom you are persecuting. But rise and enter the city, and you will be told what you are to do.”

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 8: 9-40

3rd May 2022

Reading Acts in Easter
Reading Acts in Easter
Acts 8: 9-40
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In this episode we read Acts 8: 9-40. Simon, who had previously practiced magic in Samaria, listens to the preaching of Philip as he tells the people of the good news about the kingdom of God. Simon himself believes, and after being baptised he continues with Philip. This episode finishes with the account of Philip and the Ethiopian eunuch.

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 7: 54-60 to Acts 8: 1-8

2nd May 2022

Reading Acts in Easter
Reading Acts in Easter
Acts 7: 54-60 to Acts 8: 1-8
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In this episode we read Acts 7: 54-60 to Acts 8: 1-8. Stephen has enraged those who heard his speech. He is cast out of the city and stoned. Before he dies, Stephen says, “Lord, do not hold this sin against them.”

Chapter 8 starts with the account of Saul ravaging the church, entering house after house, dragging off men and women and committing them to prison.

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 7: 1-53

29th April 2022

Reading Acts in Easter
Reading Acts in Easter
Acts 7: 1-53
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In this episode we read Acts 7: 1-53 and listen to Stephen’s speech. This is the longest single discourse in Acts. He emphasises the Sanhedrin’s rejection of God, of the law, and Christ. His conclusion is scathing: “You stiff-necked people, uncircumcised in heart and ears, you always resist the Holy Spirit. As your fathers did, so do you. Which of the prophets did your fathers not persecute? And they killed those who announced beforehand the coming of the Righteous One, whom you have now betrayed and murdered, you who received the law as delivered by angels and did not keep it.”

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 6: 1-15

29th April 2022

Reading Acts in Easter
Reading Acts in Easter
Acts 6: 1-15
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In this episode we read Acts 6: 1-15. Seven men of good repute are chosen to serve – Stephen, Philip, Prochorus, Nicanor, Timon, Parmenas and Nicolaus. Stephen is accused of speaking blasphemous words against Moses and God and is seized.

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 5: 17-42

28th April 2022

Reading Acts in Easter
Reading Acts in Easter
Acts 5: 17-42
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In this episode we read Acts 5: 17-42. The high priest and the Sadducees are jealous of the apostles and arrest them and put them in the public prison. In the night, an angel of the Lord opens the prison doors and instructs them to go and teach in the temple. When they are brought before the council, Peter says “We must obey God rather than men.” When they heard this, they were enraged and wanted to kill them. Gamaliel, a Pharisee in the council, warns them to be cautious in their actions lest they are found to be opposing 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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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 5: 1-16

27th April 2022

Reading Acts in Easter
Reading Acts in Easter
Acts 5: 1-16
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In this episode we read Acts 5: 1-16. Ananias and his wife Sapphira sell a piece of property but keep some of the proceeds for themselves. Ananias places the rest at the apostles’ feet. Peter tells Ananias that in doing this he has “not lied to man but to God”. In hearing this Ananias fell down and breathed his last. Then his wife Sapphira comes in, not knowing what had happened, and repeats the same lie to Peter. Having tested ‘the Spirit of the Lord’ she too breathes her last. The chapter concludes with the healing of many sick and afflicted people.

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 4: 23-37

26th April 2022

Reading Acts in Easter
Reading Acts in Easter
Acts 4: 23-37
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In this episode we read Acts 4: 23-37. Peter and John are released from prison and reported what the chief priests and the elders had said to them. The believers pray for boldness and the apostles give their testimony to the Resurrection of Jesus.

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 4: 1-22

25th April 2022

Reading Acts in Easter
Reading Acts in Easter
Acts 4: 1-22
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In this episode we read Acts 4: 1-22. The Sadducees come upon Peter and John and, greatly annoyed that they are teaching the people and proclaiming Jesus’s resurrection from the dead, they arrested them and put them in custody. Peter speaks to the rulers and elders: “This Jesus is the stone that was rejected by you, the builders, which has become the cornerstone. And there is salvation in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved.”

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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