After many appearances to His disciples over 40 days, Jesus ascends to heaven.
Acts 1:1-14Contributed by LUMO project
Jesus ascends to heaven from the Mount of Olives.
Acts 1:1-26Contributed by Sweet Publishing
The Holy Spirit comes in power on the Day of Pentecost.
Acts 2:1-47Contributed by Sweet Publishing
God sends the promised Holy Spirit at Pentecost.
Acts 2:1-13Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther
Peter and John meet a lame man begging outside the Temple who ends up walking and jumping and praising God.
Acts 3:1-26Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Peter and John are arrested, brought before the Temple leaders and forbidden to speak about Jesus.
Acts 4:1-37Contributed by Sweet Publishing
The shocking incident where Ananias and Sapphira told lies about the money they were giving to God.
Acts 5:1-11Contributed by Sweet Publishing
The Apostles continue to tell others about Jesus despite being imprisoned and beaten.
Acts 5:12-42Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Stephen is chosen as one of seven deacons and is later stoned to death for speaking about Jesus.
Acts 6-7Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jesus speaks to Saul (Paul) as he travels to Damascus to persecute Christians.
Acts 7, 8:1-3, 9:1-31Contributed by Basic Training Bible Ministries
Philip preaching in Samaria and the conversion of Simon the sorceror.
Acts 8:1-25Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Philip explains the prophecy of Isaiah to an Ethiopian official who asks to be baptised.
Acts 8:26-40Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Saul becomes a Christian after Jesus spoke to him on the way to Damascus.
Acts 9:1-8Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther
Jesus appears to Saul (Paul) as he travels to Damascus to arrest the Christians there.
Acts 9:1-31Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Peter meets Aeneas, who had been bedridden for 8 years, and heals him in the name of Jesus.
Acts 9:32-35Contributed by Sweet Publishing
When kind Dorcas dies, Peter prays to God for help.
Acts 9:36-43Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther
A kind woman Tabitha, also known as Dorcas, dies, but when Peter prays is miraculously raised to life.
Acts 9:36-43Contributed by Sweet Publishing
When Cornelius, a Roman Centurion, has a vision of an angel and Peter has a vision of unclean animals being made clean, it results in the first Gentiles becoming Christians.
Acts 10:1-48Contributed by Sweet Publishing
When Peter is put is prison, Christians meeting to pray cannot believe it when God miraculously releases him.
Acts 12:1-24Contributed by Sweet Publishing
God calls Paul and Barnabas on their first missionary trip.
Acts 13:1-49Contributed by YoMinistry.com
Paul's first missionary journey. Paul and Barnabas visit Cyprus.
Acts 13:1-12Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Paul's first missionary journey. Paul and Barnabas visit Antioch and Iconium.
Acts 13:13-14:7Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Paul and Barnabas visit Iconium, Lystra and Derbe.
Acts 14:1-26Contributed by YoMinistry.com
Paul's first missionary journey. Paul and Barnabas visit Lystra and Derbe.
Acts 14:8-28Contributed by Sweet Publishing
The council of Jerusalem decide how the Gentile Christians should view Jewish laws.
Acts 15:1-35Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Paul and Silas are guided to Philippi where they meet Lydia.
Acts 15:36 - 16:15Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Paul and Silas are unjustly imprisoned in Philippi but when an earthquake strikes the jailor becomes a Christian.
Acts 16:16-40Contributed by Rev. Henry Martin
Paul and Silas praise God in prison and when a earthquake sets them free they tell the Jailor about Jesus.
Acts 16:16-40Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther
Paul and Silas praise God in prison and an earthquake strikes.
Acts 16:16-40Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Paul and Silas are forced out of Thessalonica by a mob but the people in Berea listen carefully.
Acts 17:1-15Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Paul talks with the people of Athens about an 'Unknown God'.
Acts 17:16-34Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Paul works with Priscilla and Aquila as a tent-maker while sharing the gospel in Corinth.
Acts 18:1-18Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Paul returns to Antioch via Ephesus and Jerusalem.
Acts 18:19-28Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Paul arrives in Ephesus. Those who become Christians burn their books on the occult.
Acts 19:1-22Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Silversmiths in Ephesus riot as people turn to Christ.
Acts 19:23-41Contributed by Sweet Publishing
As Paul speaks, Eutychus gets drowsy and falls from a third storey window.
Acts 20:1-38Contributed by Sweet Publishing
When Paul preaches for a long time, a young man falls asleep and topples out of a third storey window.
Acts 20:6-12Contributed by Richard Gunther
The prophet Agabus warns Paul not to go to Jerusalem.
Acts 21:1-26Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Paul is falsely accused and arrested in Jerusalem.
Acts 21:27-23:35Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Paul faces trial before Roman Governor Felix.
Acts 24:1-27Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Paul's trial before Festus and Agrippa.
Acts 25:1-26:32Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Paul is shipwrecked but all on board make it safely ashore.
Acts 27:1-44Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther
Paul is shipwrecked on his way to Rome.
Acts 27:1-44Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Paul is bitten by a snake but survives and gets to Rome.
Acts 28:1-31Contributed by Sweet Publishing
God protects Paul when he is bitten by a poisonous snake.
Acts 28:1-10Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther