Angela Watkins Rivers: Sunday – God Begins the Church – Children’s Sunday College Lesson – Acts two:1-12, 22-24, 36-41

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God sent the wind and the fire and gave the disciples the capability to speak in various languages. He did this so all the folks would know that God had decided it was time to commence the church.

Peter wanted every person to know that the man they knew as Jesus was the Son of God. People today who belong to God’s church think that Jesus is God’s Son.

What tends to make the church particular? What particular point about Jesus do folks in the church think?

The Holy Spirit comes at Pentecost. Peter speaks to the crowd (Peter’s Sermon).

As a single youngster reads the Bible, let other young children act out the Scriptures/Words from the Bible:

The Wind Blew.

Fire fell.

The crowd listened.

Peter spoke.
“You crucified Jesus.”

The crowd cried out.
“What do we do?”

The disciples preached.
“Come to Jesus.”

3000 came.

The Church started.

Thus, let all Israel be assured of this: God has created this Jesus, whom you crucified, each Lord and Christ. _ _ _ Acts two:36

The apostles, filled with the Holy Ghost, and speaking divers languages languages, are admired by some, and derived by other people.

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