Lessons 5 – The First Day of the Last Days


The Cast 


Jesus Christ

Holy Spirit




Converts to


The prophet Joel spoke for God. Acts 2: 17. God did miracles through Jesus. 22. 

Jesus was handed over to death by God’s set purpose. 23.

God had promised David with an oath that his descendant (Jesus) would be placed on his throne. 30

God raised this Jesus to life from the grave in His physical body. 24, 31, 32.

Jesus of Nazareth was a man accredited by God to you by miracles, wonders and signs. 22.

David always saw the Lord (Christ) before Jesus came to earth. 25-28.

Jesus Christ has been exalted to the right hand of God until He makes His enemies His foot stool. 33-35.

He is Lord and Christ. 36.

Day of Pentecost. 1. The glorious day of the Lord. 20.

The Spirit enabled them to speak truth. (Eleven of the first apostles plus Matthias, 1:26).

The people heard them in their own languages. 1-6.

The Father promised Jesus Christ “the pouring out” of the Holy Spirit as was witnessed on this glorious Pentecost. 33.

Peter stood up with the eleven and explained what was happening was because of the presence of the Holy Spirit. This had been prophesied by Joel. 14-21.

Peter called the Jews in Jerusalem to repent. 36.

Baptism in the name of Jesus gave the forgiveness of sins to repentant sinners. 38.

Repentant believers received forgiveness of sins and the gift of Holy Spirit. 38, 39. 3,000 were added to their number. 41.

They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to the fellowship and to the breaking of bread and prayer. 42-47.

The Lord added to their number daily those who were being saved (Jesus built His first church). 47.

God-fearing Jews from several nations heard the apostles speak in their own language and they were amazed. 5-12.

This included Jews and some converts to Judaism from Rome. 11.

Some people mocked, saying they had too much wine. 13.

Peter addressed some people (4) who knew about the miracles, wonders and signs Jesus had preformed. 22.

Some of those Jews helped put Jesus to death. 23. A corrupt generation. 40.

The believers still enjoyed favor with all the Jews in Jerusalem. 47.

“Fellow Jews and all of you who live in Jerusalem.” 14. This may have included some Gentiles.

Jews (including Sadducees and Pharisees) with the help of wicked men had put Jesus to death by nailing him to the cross. 23.

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