Bible Quiz Questions And Answers From The Book Of Acts
The Book of Acts is the second book in the New Testament. It tells about Jesus’ ministry on earth and how it changed the lives of his disciples. The Book of Acts also talks about how these men were filled with the Holy Spirit and went out to spread the word of God.
What book is the final book of the New Testament?
The final book of the New Testament is Acts, which is a sequel to the gospels. In other words, it’s a continuation of Luke’s and Matthew’s stories about Jesus’ life, ministry and death. But what makes this book unique?
- First off, it tells us about how all those who believed in Christ continued their faith after his resurrection and ascension into heaven. It also describes how they spread Christianity outside Jerusalem to other places like Antioch (in Syria) and Cyprus (in modern-day Turkey).
- Second off, while other books focus on Jesus’ life before he died on Good Friday (or Passion Sunday), Acts talks about what happened afterward: namely that he rose again three days later on Easter Sunday! This means God gave His Son back after He had been crucified by sinful men – but only because He loved us so much that He wanted us to have eternal life in Heaven instead of spending eternity burning in hellfire for our sins against Him.”
What did the disciples call themselves after Pentecost?
- The disciples were called Christians because of the name of their leader, Jesus Christ.
- The disciples were called Christians because they believed in Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit.
Who was the first person to receive the Baptism of the Holy Ghost?
Ananias was the first person to receive the Baptism of the Holy Ghost. After Peter preached a sermon and healed many people, Ananias sold his land and gave all his money to those who were poor. He then baptized Saul in water after he believed in Jesus Christ and received salvation through faith (Acts 9:10-19).
How many men were raised to life by Peter’s shadow?
The Bible doesn’t say how many men were raised to life by Peter’s shadow.
However, it does tell us that all of them were sick. They were raised up, healed, baptized and saved.
Name two prophets who went with Saul and Barnabas to Seleucia
- Saul and Barnabas
- Saul and Barnabas were prophets, who went to Seleucia with Saul and Barnabas
In the book of Acts, two prophets went with Saul and Barnabas to Seleucia.
Who was Paul’s travelling companion on his second missionary journey?
Paul’s companion on his second missionary journey was:
- Erastus (Romans 16:23)
- Tychicus (Colossians 4:7-8; 2 Timothy 4:12)
- Silas (1 Corinthians 1:14; 2 Corinthians 1:19; 4:12-13)
- Barnabas (Acts 11:25-26)
- Titus (2 Corinthians 2:13-16; Philemon 1:23)
What miracle did God perform through Paul at Lystra which led to him being stoned and dragged out of the city by unbelievers?
The miracle God performed through Paul at Lystra which led to him being stoned and dragged out of the city by unbelievers?
The lame man who had been crippled from birth was healed. The people were so impressed that they wanted to make Paul a god, but he refused because he only accepts worship from his Father in heaven. Unbelievers dragged him outside the city and left him for dead, then stoned him until he died later that day.
Where did Paul have a vision of a man in Macedonia begging for help?
You were right to say that Paul saw a vision of a man in Macedonia begging for help. The vision was a sign to Paul to go to Macedonia, and also a sign that he was sent by God to the people of Macedonia. It was this vision that led Paul on his missionary journey through all the countries in Europe.
Back then, there were no airplanes or cars like we have today! So how did they get around? They walked from country to country and stayed in each town until they had completed their work there before moving onto the next town.
Who defended himself before King Agrippa, saying that he judged no one worthy of imprisonment or death, except through a trial before his accusers and judges?
- Paul defended himself before King Agrippa, saying that he judged no one worthy of imprisonment or death, except through a trial before his accusers and judges.
- Paul said this in front of King Agrippa while being questioned by the governor Festus.
Which six tried to kill Paul by throwing him over a cliff at Lystra after he was stoned and left for dead there?
- The men who tried to kill Paul by throwing him over a cliff at Lystra after he was stoned and left for dead there were the same ones who dragged him out of the city.
- They were from Lystra.
The Book of Acts is important in Christian circles
The Book of Acts is important in Christian circles because it is a historical document that details the events surrounding the early church, beginning with Pentecost and ending with Paul’s imprisonment in Rome. The other books of the New Testament are either letters written by apostles or gospels that tell their stories. There are no other books with first-hand accounts of what happened during this time period, which makes them invaluable sources for understanding how Christianity began.
The Book of Acts deals specifically with what happened as Jesus’ followers began to spread his message after his death and resurrection. It focuses on the many different people who helped form Christendom, including Philip, Peter and John (Peter), Barnabas (Paul) and Apollos (John). It also shows how Christians were persecuted for their faith by Roman authorities such as King Herod and Pontius Pilate.
In this article, we have discussed the importance of Acts and its role in the history of Christianity. I hope that you have enjoyed reading it as much as me writing it!