Acts of the Apostles 2:14a, 36-41 In this, the final section of Peter’s sermon, he issues a call for repentance for promoting the crucifixion, for recognition of sin in the crowd’s lives. “Admit”, Peter says,”you were wrong about this Jesus; see how God has raised him to sit at his right hand.” “There is a
Acts of the apostles 2:14a, 22-32 Luke, in the very early days of what became the church, presents a condensed sermon attributed to the Apostle Peter where he proclaims a confession, a confession of those leaders of Israel who put Jesus to the cross of shame. It was you, he says, who crucified this Jesus.
Acts of the Apostles 10: 34-43 Peter, in a vision, is called to Caesarea to the home of a leading gentile, Cornelius, to explain this mysterious prophet who is Jesus. Peter does his job, telling the gentile community of Cornelius who Jesus was and what he came to earth to do. In so doing, Peter
Ezekiel 37: 1-14 God’s prophet brings his word to the people of Judah. From his incarceration in Babylon, Ezekiel foresees a new Jerusalem, shorn of erratic leadership and of the loss faith in God. “Israel will be reborn”, the prophet insists. Ezekiel sees a lifeless battlefield, strewn with skeletons of long dead warriors, their fleshless