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Teaching—The Audience
Acts 2
   Background?
   Abraham, Isaac, Jacob
   Keep the Law (of Moses)
   Knew the prophets
   Jesus had been among them
   Fifty days after crucifixion of Christ
     By Jews
Peter’s Sermon
 Ac 2:16 "But this is what was spoken by
  the prophet Joel:
   Read 16-21
 Ac 2:22 "Men of Israel, hear these words:
  Jesus of Nazareth, a Man attested by God
  to you by miracles, wonders, and signs
  which God did through Him in your midst,
  as you yourselves also know-- 23 "Him,
  being delivered by the determined purpose
  and foreknowledge of God, you have taken
  by lawless hands, have crucified, and put to
  death;
Peter’s Sermon
 Ac 2:24 "whom God raised up, having
  loosed the pains of death, because it
  was not possible that He should be
  held by it.
 25 "For David says concerning Him:
 29 "Men and brethren, let me speak
  freely to you of the patriarch David
Peter’s Sermon
 Ac 2:32 "This Jesus God has raised
  up, of which we are all witnesses. 33
  "Therefore being exalted to the right
  hand of God…
 Ac 2:36 "Therefore let all the house
  of Israel know assuredly that God has
  made this Jesus, whom you crucified,
  both Lord and Christ."
Peter’s Sermon—results
 Ac 2:37 Now when they heard this,
  they were cut to the heart, and said
  to Peter and the rest of the apostles,
  "Men and brethren, what shall we
  do?"
 38 Then Peter said to them, "Repent,
  and let every one of you be baptized
  in the name of Jesus Christ for the
  remission of sins; and you shall
  receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.
Acts 3
   Background
   Same Jews
   Gathered at the temple
   Peter and John
     Healed the lame man
 Ac 3:11 Now as the lame man who
  was healed held on to Peter and
  John, all the people ran together to
  them in the porch which is called
  Solomon's, greatly amazed.
Peter’s Sermon
 Ac 3:12 So when Peter saw it, he
  responded to the people: "Men of
  Israel, why do you marvel at this? Or
  why look so intently at us, as though
  by our own power or godliness we
  had made this man walk?
 13 "The God of Abraham, Isaac, and
  Jacob, the God of our fathers
Peter’s Sermon
 Ac 3:13 "The God of Abraham, Isaac,
  and Jacob, the God of our fathers,
  glorified His Servant Jesus, whom you
  delivered up and denied in the
  presence of Pilate, when he was
  determined to let Him go. 14 "But
  you denied the Holy One and the
  Just, and asked for a murderer to be
  granted to you, 15 "and killed the
  Prince of life, whom God raised from
  the dead, of which we are witnesses.
Peter’s Sermon
 Ac 3:16 "And His name, through faith
  in His name, has made this man
  strong…
 Ac 3:18 "But those things which God
  foretold by the mouth of all His
  prophets…
Peter’s Sermon—action
 Ac 3:19 "Repent therefore and be
  converted, that your sins may be
  blotted out, so that times of
  refreshing may come from the
  presence of the Lord, 20 "and that He
  may send Jesus Christ, who was
  preached to you before,
Acts 7
 Background
 Stephen
   One of seven chosen in Acts 6
 Ac 6:8 And Stephen, full of faith and
  power, did great wonders and signs
  among the people. 9 Then there
  arose some from what is called the
  Synagogue of the Freedmen…,
  disputing with Stephen.
Stephen’s Defense
 Ac 6:15 And all who sat in the
  council, looking steadfastly at him,
  saw his face as the face of an angel.
 Reviews entire Jewish history
   Ac 7:2 And he said, "Brethren and
    fathers, listen: The God of glory
    appeared to our father Abraham when
    he was in Mesopotamia, before he dwelt
    in Haran, 3 "and said to him, 'Get out of
    your country and from your relatives,
    and come to a land that I will show you.'
Acts 8
 Background
 Ac 8:26 Now an angel of the Lord spoke to
  Philip, saying, "Arise and go toward the
  south along the road which goes down from
  Jerusalem to Gaza." This is desert. 27 So
  he arose and went. And behold, a man of
  Ethiopia, a eunuch of great authority under
  Candace the queen of the Ethiopians, who
  had charge of all her treasury, and had
  come to Jerusalem to worship, 28 was
  returning. And sitting in his chariot, he was
  reading Isaiah the prophet.
Philip’s Lesson
 Ac 8:30 So Philip ran to him, and
  heard him reading the prophet Isaiah,
  and said, "Do you understand what
  you are reading?“
 Ac 8:35 Then Philip opened his
  mouth, and beginning at this
  Scripture, preached Jesus to him.
Philip’s Lesson
 Ac 8:32 The place in the Scripture which he
  read was this: "He was led as a sheep to
  the slaughter; And as a lamb before its
  shearer is silent, So He opened not His
  mouth. 33 In His humiliation His justice
  was taken away, And who will declare His
  generation? For His life is taken from the
  earth." 34 So the eunuch answered Philip
  and said, "I ask you, of whom does the
  prophet say this, of himself or of some
  other man?" 35 Then Philip opened his
  mouth, and beginning at this Scripture,
  preached Jesus to him.
Philip’s Lesson—results
 Ac 8:36 Now as they went down the
  road, they came to some water. And the
  eunuch said, "See, here is water. What
  hinders me from being baptized?" 37
  Then Philip said, "If you believe with all
  your heart, you may." And he answered
  and said, "I believe that Jesus Christ is
  the Son of God." 38 So he commanded
  the chariot to stand still. And both Philip
  and the eunuch went down into the
  water, and he baptized him.
Acts 10
 Background
 Ac 10:1 There was a certain man in
  Caesarea called Cornelius, a centurion
  of what was called the Italian
  Regiment, 2 a devout man and one
  who feared God with all his
  household, who gave alms generously
  to the people, and prayed to God
  always.
 Not a Jew, but knew of God
Acts 10
 Cornelius’ vision
 Peter’s vision
   Purpose
   Why necessary?
 Peter arrives; where did he start?
 Ac 10:28 Then he said to them, "You know
  how unlawful it is for a Jewish man to keep
  company with or go to one of another
  nation. But God has shown me that I
  should not call any man common or
  unclean.
Peter’s Sermon
 Ac 10:34 Then Peter opened his
  mouth and said: "In truth I perceive
  that God shows no partiality. 35 "But
  in every nation whoever fears Him
  and works righteousness is accepted
  by Him. 36 "The word which God sent
  to the children of Israel, preaching
  peace through Jesus Christ--He is
  Lord of all--
Peter’s Sermon
 Ac 10:37 "that word you know, which was
  proclaimed throughout all Judea, and began
  from Galilee after the baptism which John
  preached: 38 "how God anointed Jesus of
  Nazareth with the Holy Spirit and with
  power, who went about doing good and
  healing all who were oppressed by the
  devil, for God was with Him. 39 "And we
  are witnesses of all things which He did
  both in the land of the Jews and in
  Jerusalem, whom they killed by hanging on
  a tree.
Peter’s Sermon
 Ac 10:40 "Him God raised up on the third
  day, and showed Him openly, 41 "not to all
  the people, but to witnesses chosen before
  by God, even to us who ate and drank with
  Him after He arose from the dead. 42 "And
  He commanded us to preach to the people,
  and to testify that it is He who was ordained
  by God to be Judge of the living and the
  dead. 43 "To Him all the prophets witness
  that, through His name, whoever believes in
  Him will receive remission of sins."
Peter’s Sermon—action
 Ac 10:47 "Can anyone forbid water,
  that these should not be baptized
  who have received the Holy Spirit just
  as we have?" 48 And he commanded
  them to be baptized in the name of
  the Lord. Then they asked him to stay
  a few days.
Acts 17
   Background
   Athens, Greece
   Far from Jerusalem and Jews
   Ac 17:21 For all the Athenians and
    the foreigners who were there spent
    their time in nothing else but either
    to tell or to hear some new thing.
Paul’s Sermon
 Ac 17:22 Then Paul stood in the
  midst of the Areopagus and said,
  "Men of Athens, I perceive that in all
  things you are very religious; 23 "for
  as I was passing through and
  considering the objects of your
  worship, I even found an altar with
  this inscription: TO THE UNKNOWN
  GOD. Therefore, the One whom you
  worship without knowing, Him I
  proclaim to you:
Paul’s Sermon
 Ac 17:24 "God, who made the world
  and everything in it, since He is Lord
  of heaven and earth, does not dwell
  in temples made with hands. 25 "Nor
  is He worshiped with men's hands, as
  though He needed anything, since He
  gives to all life, breath, and all things.
 Their belief in gods made by men's’
  hands
Paul’s Sermon
 Ac 17:26 "And He has made from one blood
  every nation of men to dwell on all the face
  of the earth, and has determined their
  preappointed times and the boundaries of
  their dwellings, 27 "so that they should
  seek the Lord, in the hope that they might
  grope for Him and find Him, though He is
  not far from each one of us; 28 "for in Him
  we live and move and have our being, as
  also some of your own poets have said, 'For
  we are also His offspring.'
Paul’s Sermon
 Ac 17:29 "Therefore, since we are the
  offspring of God, we ought not to think that
  the Divine Nature is like gold or silver or
  stone, something shaped by art and man's
  devising. 30 "Truly, these times of
  ignorance God overlooked, but now
  commands all men everywhere to repent,
  31 "because He has appointed a day on
  which He will judge the world in
  righteousness by the Man whom He has
  ordained. He has given assurance of this to
  all by raising Him from the dead."
Paul’s Sermon—results
 Ac 17:32 And when they heard of
  the resurrection of the dead, some
  mocked, while others said, "We will
  hear you again on this matter."
 34 However, some men joined him
  and believed
Summary
 Acts 2
   Jews
   Had killed the Christ
   History
 Acts 3
   Crowd around healed lame man
   God of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob
   God sent Him; you killed Him
Summary
 Acts 7
   Jews
   Recanted their history
   Want did he want them to see?
 Acts 8
   Jewish convert
   Reading from Isaiah
   Began at that scripture; preached Jesus
Summary
 Acts 10
   Gentile
   God no respecter of persons
   Jews killed Him; God raised Him
 Acts 17
     Learn something new
     Religious people
     God you “already worship”
     Not in material temple
 Conclusion??
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From a book
(by Sam Binkley, Jr and Martin Broadwell)
From a book—
“Jesus, The Master Teacher

				
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