Peters Boldness
Bible Study Lesson

Peters Boldness Bible study lesson shows how religious minded people will often go to great lengths to cling to beliefs that are not supported by Scripture. In this lesson we will see how the Pharisees witnessed the healing of a lame man, yet, commanded Peter to stop healing people, for it was causing Jews to defect from their places of worship and creating a loss of revenue to the Pharisees. We will also see how the Pharisees commanded Peter to stop preaching about Jesus being the only Door to heaven, and how they stubbornly clung to their false law-based gospel.

In this Peters Boldness Bible study lesson we will examine the following events that took place in the early Church:

  • How tithing isn't to be a legalistic percentage, but is to be heart inspired.
  • How a believer can steal from the Lord.
  • The #1 role of a pastor.
  • The byproduct of making the full gospel a heart reality.
  • Why the religions of the world attracts little flak, while Christianity attracts constant flak.
  • How each member of the Trinity is narrow-minded.
  • Why repentance must precede forgiveness.
  • How the gospel preached by the disciples conflicted with the law-based gospel that had been taught in Israel for the previous 1400 years.
  • What the word witnessing means.
  • The most effective way of motivating people to attend church or a Bible study.

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NOTE: I recommend listening to the lessons on the tabernacle as I view this series as being one of the most valuable teachings in the Bible. The tabernacle lessons gives us God's formula (not man's) for being justified, sanctified (maturing as a Christian), having an effective prayer life, having an appetite for the Word of God, and for being a positive witness for Christ.

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