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Acts 1-4

How did Peter explain his ability to speak in tongues? He said it was the power of the Holy Spirit.
In Peter's sermon on Pentecost, what did he accuse the Jews of? killing Jesus
Who comes to live inside us when we are baptized? the Holy Spirit
Who adds to the group of believers? God
When Peter healed the crippled man in Acts 3, what was the man's reaction? He jumped up and praised God.
What are the two main events in Acts 2? Receiving the Holy Spirit and Peter's sermon
What is the one main event from Acts 4? the arrest and release of Peter and John
In Acts 4, what did the Jewish leaders warn Peter and John about? not to say anything about Jesus
When accused of killing the Messiah by Peter on Pentecost, what was the reaction of the Jews? they were sorry and wanted to know what they should do
What did Peter tell the Jews on Pentecost who were sorry for killing Jesus that they should do? repent and be baptized
In Acts 2:38, what promise is made to those who repent and are baptized? God will forgive and give the gift of the Holy Spirit
How many people were baptized on Pentecost? 3,000 people
Where was the crippled man in Acts 3 sitting to beg? at the temple gate
Who was with Peter when he healed the lame man in Acts 2? John
In what chapter of Acts did Peter heal a lame man? Chapter 3
In what chapter of Acts did Peter preach his famous sermon on Pentecost? Chapter 2
How did Peter say he healed the lame man in Acts 3? Through God's power
What is it called when a person is sorry for their sins and turns away from doing them anymore? repentance
Name three things that believers did when the got together in the first century? shared what they had, ate, prayed, learned, praised God
Why were Peter and John arrested in Acts 4? The leaders were upset about the teachings concerning Jesus.
How old was the man that Peter and John healed? over 40 years old
In Acts 4, why didn't the Jewish leaders punish Peter and John after they did not heed their warning to not talk about Jesus? the people were praising God
What two places did the first believers meet at? in the temple and people's homes
Why did the first believers meet together as often as they did? for strength and encouragement
How did the people respond to the lame man's healing in Acts 3? They were amazed by God's power
What happens to a Jew who refuses to repent, turn and listen to God's prophet? The person will die separated from God's people.
How was the Jew's place special in God's plan? Jesus was sent to the them first
How often did the first believers come together? every day
How were the Christians in Acts 2 received? they were well liked
Who was arrested in Acts 4? Peter and John
What did the believers do when they had a problem? They got together and prayed
After Peter and John were released from jail in Acts 4, the believers got together and prayed. What did they pray about (two main points)? They praised God and they asked for help
When and why did the meeting place shake? after they prayed and because they prayed
In Paul's sermon on Pentecost, what two Old Testament people did he quote? Joel and David
"Peter said to them, repent and be baptized everyone of you in the name of Jesus so that your sins may be forgiven; and you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit." Acts 2:38
What were the three times for daily prayer for the Jews? 9am, 3pm and sunset
Who arrested Peter and John in Acts 2? the priests, captain of the guards, Sadducees
"...Judge for yourselves whether it is right in God's sight to obey you rather than God. For we cannot help speaking about what we have seen and heard." Acts 4:19, 20
Who was Paul talking to on the day of Pentecost? Jews from all over
What does the word "baptism" really mean? immersion in water (going all the way into the water)
What is the first miracle Peter performs in Acts? healed a crippled man



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