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What are some good Bible study tools for the Book of Acts?

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"Acts: Seeing the Spirit at Work," by John Stott; "Life Lessons: The Book of Acts," by Max Lucado; and "Acts: A 12-Week Study," by Justin S. Holcomb are study guides focusing on the Bible's book of Acts. Each book guides readers through the entire book and covers all 27 chapters. Each of these books has been marketed to adult audiences, but teens can also benefit from them.

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"Acts: Seeing the Spirit at Work" includes some commentary on Acts and many questions designed to spur readers' thinking and to encourage discussion among members of a small group, Bible study or other gathering. Its author, John Stott,is best known for the best-selling book "Basic Christianity."

"Life Lessons: The Book of Acts" is a part of publisher Thomas Nelson's "Life Lessons" series. This study guide is divided into 12 lessons, each with a different theme, such as "Jesus Changes Lives," "We are Witnesses," "God's Saving Power," "God's Grace" and "Living Your Faith."

"Acts: A 12-Week Study" features 10 weeks of study on specific chapters in Acts, in addition to one week devoted to an overview of the book and a final week that serves as a summary and conclusion. The book is a part of the "Knowing the Bible" series published by Crossway.

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