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Acts 4:32

Context
NETBible

The group of those who believed were of one heart and mind, 1  and no one said that any of his possessions was his own, but everything was held in common. 2 

XREF

1Ch 29:14-16; 2Ch 30:12; Jer 32:39; Eze 11:19,20; Lu 16:10-12; Joh 17:11,21-23; Ac 1:14; Ac 2:1; Ac 2:44-46; Ac 5:12; Ro 12:5; Ro 15:5,6; 1Co 1:10; 1Co 12:12-14; 2Co 13:11; Eph 4:2-6; Php 1:27; Php 2:1,2; 1Pe 3:8; 1Pe 4:11

NET © Notes

tn Grk “soul.”

tn Grk “but all things were to them in common.”

sn Everything was held in common. The remark is not a reflection of political philosophy, but of the extent of their spontaneous commitment to one another. Such a response does not have the function of a command, but is reflective of an attitude that Luke commends as evidence of their identification with one another.



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