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|Title:||THE PRACTICE OF PRAYER IN THE JERUSALEM CHURCH ACCORDING TO THE BOOK OF ACTS||Authors:||Ayuch, Daniel Alberto||Affiliations:||Institute of Theology||Keywords:||New Testament
New Testament Theology
Acts of the Apostles
Prayer in the New Testament
|Issue Date:||2023||Publisher:||IFIASA.RO||Part of:||ICOANA CREDINTEI||Volume:||9||Issue:||18||Start page:||5||End page:||12||Abstract:||
One of the recurring elements in the Lucan Diptych is precisely the practice of prayer by all its characters. From Jesus to Mary and the disciples, and from the women to the first Christian community everyone is said to pray in the Gospel and the Book of Acts. The initial path of the Church is marked, above all, by the action of the Holy Spirit, who transforms the Apostles into witnesses of the Risen One. With prayer, the Church is omnipotent because it allows the power of God to reside among the brothers and sisters, for whom everything becomes possible (Lk 1:37).
|Appears in Collections:||Institute of Theology|
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