The God of our forefathers raised up Jesus, whom you seized and killed by hanging him on a tree. God exalted him to his right hand as Leader and Savior, to give repentance to Israel and forgiveness of sins. Acts 5.30-31
Before the Sanhedrin, the high Jewish court, Peter and the other apostles answered, for the second time, for preaching about Jesus. With courage and truth, they made clear the great acts of God, in spite of the actions of the council. Continue reading
Remember when James and John wanted to call down fire from heaven and destroy a Samaritan village for not receiving Jesus? That was before the Cross, before the Resurrection, before the Holy Spirit, before the Great Commission. And afterwards? Continue reading
Numbers, for me, are merely cold and dead digits that I use when I need them, and then I drop them at the first opportunity. I have no desire to read the book, The Mystery of Numbers, a history of mathematics. For me, they represent a daily utility, nothing more.
Some people look at facts in the same way. They are what they are, nothing more.
Running to verify a report of the Master’s empty tomb, Peter and John check to see that it’s true. And, then, …
Then the disciples went back to their homes.
John 20:10 ESV Continue reading
Charts and graphs explain a lot in little space. Here’s one for you:
Jesus’ post-resurrection appearances Continue reading