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Acts 6 Commentary

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Acts 6:1-6 meaning

To make sure all believers receive fair treatment and charity, the apostles arrange for the church to choose seven men of godly character to manage the food and funds. One of these men is named Stephen, well regarded as a man full of faith and the Spirit.

Acts 6:7-15 meaning

Stephen debates with certain enemies of the gospel of Jesus. These enemies, the Freedmen, cannot stand against Stephen's wisdom, so they hire men to lie about Stephen. He is arrested for the charge of committing blasphemy, for supposedly saying that Jesus will destroy the Temple and change Moses's Law. Stephen is brought before the Council of religious leaders. They see his face is glowing like an angel's.