When the day of Pentecost had come, they were all together in one place.
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Material Using this Verse
Background information on the date and circumstance surrounding the writing of this epistle by Paul, the apostle.
This first lesson in the series establishes the historical and religious context for the writing of this book. (Hebrews 1:1-3)
In the first lesson of Acts, Mike explains the difference between the empowering and the indwelling of the Holy Spirit. The class will also review the events surrounding the day of Pentecost and begin to follow the ministry of Peter the Apostle. (Acts 1:1-2:47)
This introductory lesson on Peter's first epistle examines the many facets of Peter's life and begins exploring the different meanings this Apostle attributed to God's grace. (I Peter 1:1-12)
Mike reviews the history, author, recipient and context in which the letter to Titus was written. (Titus 1:1-4)
Mike begins to develop the Hebrew writer's next argument for Christianity's superiority over Judaism - Jesus' greater authority than Moses. (Hebrews 3:1-4:13)
John describes John the Baptist's reaction to the growth of Jesus' ministry and the decline of his own. (John 3:22-36)
Now that the Apostles have acknowledged Jesus' true identity as the Son of God, the Lord begins more in-depth teaching on the subjects of His mission and the nature of His Kingdom. (Mark 9:1-10:52)
In this lesson, we see how to share your faith with people of different religious backgrounds. We also examine four principles of evangelism found in the New Testament.