Anyone who works through the Acts of the Apostles will become aware of many themes flowing through the book. One of those themes is the clash between the kingdom of God and the kingdom of Satan. From the opening chapter to the end of the book, there appears to be a great spiritual battle raging. Satan is doing his utmost to destroy the work the Spirit of God has begun. We discover through it all however, the power of a great and sovereign God who can use even the sin of man and the tactics of the devil to accomplish His great overall purposes. This commentary is an attempt to open up the book of Acts to the ordinary reader to show them what can happen when, like the apostles we step out in simple obedience and trust in our great Lord and God.
|Publisher:||F. Wayne Mac Leod|
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About the Author
F. Wayne Mac Leod was born in Sydney Mines, Nova Scotia, Canada and received his education at Ontario Bible College, University of Waterloo and Ontario Theological Seminary. He was ordained at Hespeler Baptist Church, Cambridge, Ontario in 1991. He and his wife, Diane served as missionaries with the Africa Evangelical Fellowship (now merged with SIM) on the islands of Mauritius and Reunion in the Indian Ocean from 1985-1993 where he was involved in church development and leadership training. He is presently involved in a writing ministry and is a member of Action International Ministries.