Be Dynamic (Acts 1-12)

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David C Cook, Dec 10, 2012 - Religion - 192 pages
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In his first of two books covering the book of Acts, Be Dynamic focuses on Peter's ministry, mostly in Israel and centered in Jerusalem. Through explaining Luke's record of the gospel's advancement and church expansion, Wiersbe opens the door to understanding the work of the church today.

Using hard-hitting quotes from recognized names like St. Augustine and John Bunyan, Wiersbe proves himself a well-read author and gifted writer. The depth of his study is astounding, yet the accessibility of his text for every age group is evident as well. He proves what Luke intended—for Acts to be interpreted not as the apostles' glorious acts, but as the life-changing acts of the Holy Spirit. The same Spirit lives in believers today, the same God calls followers to expand His church, and the same basic problems still arise within the church, but the same power available then is still available now to change the nations.

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Review: Be Dynamic (Acts 1-12), The Be Series

User Review  - Victor Koehn - Christianbook.com

I have used several of Dr. Wiersbe's "Be" series in Bible studies, and I really appreciate them. I feel that I can trust the information in them, and my students are also pleased with them. Read full review

Great Bible study! In-depth and thought-provoking.

User Review  - Joey - Christianbook.com

Loved this Bible study! Got great insights to teach in my Sundat school class. What a challenge for Christians this book sends out! Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Dr. Warren W. Wiersbe is an internationally known Bible teacher and the former pastor of The Moody Church in Chicago. For ten years he was associated with the Back to the Bible radio broadcast, first as Bible teacher and then as general director. Dr. Wiersbe has written more than 160 books, including the popular "BE" series of Bible commentaries, which has sold more than four million copies. He and his wife, Betty, live in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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