This commentary on Acts maintains that Luke wrote both the Gospel of Luke and the book of Acts. In his gospel, Luke focuses on Jesus' ministry on earth. In Acts, Luke continues on by looking at the ministry of the exalted Jesus through His apostles. This chapter is an exegesis of Acts 1. The author also discusses the introductory questions of the book of Acts (author, purpose, date of Acts etc.).
The book of Acts is the account of the exalted Christ building his church. This should be a source of encouragement for the church today, and this article explains how.
This article is an exposition of Acts 1:12-14.
This article is an exposition of Acts 1:5.
In the book of Acts, twenty-three speeches can be identified. The reliability, function, and intention of these speeches are reflected upon.