We leave Acts after today. We see the command found in Acts 1:8 being fulfilled as Paul is in Rome preaching the gospel. The last verses of this book state the following; 30 For two whole years Paul stayed there in his own rented house and welcomed all who came to see him. 31 He proclaimed the kingdom of God and taught about the Lord Jesus Christ—with all boldness and without hindrance! (Acts 28:30&31 [NIV]).
Some theologians argue that the book of Acts is still being written. That we still have a task and duty to discharge. Did you know there are still 6,500 people groups in the world that do not have enough Christians in them to be able to form a church planting movement? Did you know there are approximately 3,200 people groups that are unengaged? That means no one has gone to them with the good news of Jesus.
Revelation 7:9 the Apostle John describes the scene around God’s throne in heaven. That there are people there from every tribe, tongue and people group. Right now there are 6,500 people groups that would not be a part of that picture that John writes about in his book.
What can you do today to help reach one of these groups? Can you pray? Can you give? Can you go?