Apostle Winfree, James, R, Sr./ Our Lord And Savior Jesus Christ Sent And Chosen Messenger, Social Media Blogger, Publisher, Writer, Truth Seeker & Biblical Mentor:


The Real True Churches Of Jesus Christ Is Built On The Truth And Foundation Of Apostles & Prophets, The Lord Jesus Christ Himself Being The Cheif Cornerstone:


Acts of the Apostles, Not the Acts of the Pastors, Bishops, Elders, Teachers, Evangelists Or All Others.


Act 4:32 And the multitude of believers had but one heart and one soul. Neither did anyone say that aught of the things which he possessed was his own: but all things were common unto them.


The multitude of believers, five thousand (study Acts 4:4). One heart and one soul, indicating the closest and tenderest Christ union. ” This tender biblical union was evidenced in their relations with one another. They showed this in the act, in the distribution of their property and their unselfishly giving up what they possessed to relieve the distressed members of their body.


Act 4:33 And with great power did the Apostles give testimony of the resurrection of Jesus Christ our Lord: and great grace was in them all.


Their prayer in regard to the power of working miracles having been heard, they accordingly perform miracles in corroboration of their zealous preaching of the Gospel, especially the Resurrection of Christ, the foundation of all Christ Believers faith. Some interpret great power to mean the zealous preaching of the Gospel, as in the case of Apostle. Paul ( 1 Cor 2:4 ). Amen.


Great grace, By this, we understand grace properly so-called, which, undoubtedly, was accorded them in an extraordinary degree, and was manifested among the faithful, as shown by their disinterestedness, as in next verse. Others understand it of favor with the people, a sense in which the Greek word, χαρις (grace), is sometimes taken (study Acts 2:47). It was very important for them that it should be so, considering what occurred at the meeting of the Sanhedrim. Their union and charity towards the poor caused them to be held in great esteem among the people.



Act 4:34 For neither was there anyone needy among them. For as many as were owners of lands or houses sold them and brought the price of the things they sold,


The account of the demeanor and qualities of the faithful commencing at vs. 32 was interrupted in vs. 33 and is here resumed again.


For. The corresponding Greek word is understood by Beelen to signify “therefore”, expressing a conclusion from vs. 32. No one needy, i.e., allowed to suffer want. The reason for this is given in a general way in vs. 32 which says all things common unto them. It is explained here more particularly how this was done.


For as many. The words here used indefinitely by no means convey that all the Christ Followers converts sold their entire property and possessions, giving up their title to them; but only parted with whatever portion was necessary to relieve the pressing wants of their indigent brethren with whom all things were common as to use, so far as was necessary. This, however, was not obligatory, but rather quite voluntary, as appears from the case of Ananias (Acts 5:4); and the singling out of Joseph (Acts 5:36) as a singular instance of generosity would indicate the same. Doubtless, he had many imitators who sold so much of their property as was necessary for the relief of the poor.


This edifying economy practiced in the early Christ Jesus Birth and Built Church, of Jerusalem, was neither general nor permanent. The Apostles, in their intercourse with their Gentile converts, did not deem it wise to establish it. Hence, their appeals to the churches they founded on behalf of the poor. It is not likely that even in the Church of Jerusalem men sold all they possessed Apostle. John had retained some property (John 19:27), nor is there any evidence that in Jerusalem they sold all their property, save as far as was necessary to relieve their distressed brethren.


Act 4:35 And laid it down before the feet of the Apostles. And distribution was made to everyone, according to as he had need. And not the Church ministering gifts such as pastors, evangelists, teachers, bishops or even elders.


And laid it down, conveys that it was left for disposal before the feet, in token of respect and reverence. The Apostles found the duty of distributing their alms becoming too burdensome and distracting, as it interfered with prayer and preaching the word, appointed others for this special duty (Acts 6:1-6).


To place oneself or property at the feet of another implies that one recognizes and submits to the other’s authority, as King Jehu of Israel, is a famous relief, is portrayed as placing himself at the feet of the King of Assyria. Concerning the practice study( Josh 10:24;)( 1 Sam 25:24;)( 2 Sam 22:39;)( Ps 8:7; Ps 46:4. etc.) The image appears a number of times in Luke/Acts, ( Luke 7:38-46; Luke 8:35, 41; Luke 17:16;) ( Acts 10:25; Acts 22:3). For further biblical truth and facts see how Jesus Christ did and done ministry.

Act 4:36 And Joseph, who, by the apostles, was surnamed Barnabas (which is, by interpretation, The son of consolation), a Levite, a Cyprian born, showing to the Churches of Jesus Christ an end to Old Testament and Old Covenant giving and Old Laws And Commandments.


Joseph, which is sometimes read with a Greek termination, Joses. However, the Vulgate reading is more probable. He is different from the Joseph mentioned (1:23), “by the Apostles was surnamed, Barnabas.” Apostle. Luke explains the meaning of Barnabas to be “the son of consolation.” The strict etymology of the Hebrew word means “son of Prophecy.” But, Apostle. Luke interprets “son of consolation,” or exhortation because one of the chief ends of prophecy was to exhort, console; and it would seem that Barnabas afterward displayed this gift in an eminent degree. Barnabas is most probably singled out because of his exemplary liberality, and of his being afterward distinguished as a zealous preacher of the Gospel. He is frequently referred to in the Acts as the companion of Apostle. Paul Acts 11:22-30; Acts 12:25; Acts 13:1-50.


A Levite, i.e., descended from Levi. The Levites were employed in the lower services of the temple and assisting the priests in the discharge of their office.


A Cyprian born. After the captivity, the Jewish race was dispersed all over the earth. There were many Jews in the Island of Cyprus (he stop receiving and accepting tithes from Israel to give to God under the Old Covenant, Old Laws, Old Testament ) he knew just as the apostles that Jesus Christ paid All and that mean Israel giving, so no Hebrew could ever rob God ever again, because of Jesus Christ cross.


Act 4:37 Having land, sold it and brought the price and laid it at the feet of the Apostles, and All-New Covenant and New Testament Believers did things like the prayer Jesus prayed, Let Your Kingdom Come on earth and it is in heaven. Amen.


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2 Cor 9:7, So, let each one of us give as he and she have purposes in our hearts, not grudgingly or of necessity, for God loves cheerful givers.


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