The Precanon Period:
from the day of Pentcost (about 33 A.D. to 96 A.D. )
the NewTestament was in the process of being written, but was not complete.
The Book of Acts does not present the doctrines of the Church, but gives the
historical development of the precanon period of the Church Age. It declares,
historically, how this segment differed from the postcanon period. For example,
precanon activity was charcterized by such temporary spiritual gifts as apostleship,
healing, tongues, miracles, etc. These gifts no longer exist, and today we have no
bona fide apostles, healers, or people speaking in tongues.
|"Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled."|
Help us Lord, to carefully bear the fruit of the Spirit. Help us to be the very
essence of goodness.
In Christ name I pray