What Did You Learn?

We are looking at four “gospel episodes” from the book of Acts. By examining these, you will learn more about the following:

  1. What was the good message the apostles proclaimed?
  2. How were people called to respond to it?
  3. How was their response described?


Using a table, record what you learn from each gospel episode. The first table has been completed for you as an example.

Episode: Peter at Pentecost – Acts 2:14-41

What was the message?

How did people respond?

How is this described?

  • God raised Jesus from death, he is alive today (v. 24, 31-32)
  • God exalted Jesus to his right hand (v. 33)
  • God has made Jesus both Lord and Messiah (v. 31-33, 36)
  • Forgiveness and the Holy Spirit are available in Jesus Christ (v. 38-39)
  • Repent and be baptized in the name of Jesus, the Messiah (v. 37-38)
  • Be saved…” (v. 40)
  • “Those who… received his word…” (v. 41)
  • There were added [to their number] about three thousand souls…” (v. 41)

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