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Jesus appears to his disciples while they are fishing in John 21:1-19.
Peter and John heal a man who has never been able to walk in Acts. 3:1-16; 4:5-22.
Peter and Cornelius the centurion travel to Caesarea to preach the Gospel in Acts 10.
Believers in Antioch are the first to be called Christians in Acts 9:26-31; 11:19-30.
Peter escapes from prison after an angel appears to him in Acts 12.
Paul and Barnabas heal a lame man on a missionary journey in Acts13:1-3, 14:8-18.
The Jerusalem Council sends a letter to Gentiles welcoming them as God's chosen people in Acts 15:1-14, 22-35.
Lydia is Baptized in Acts 16:11-15.
In Acts 17, Paul speaks at the Areopagus—also called Mars Hill. He uses the altar to the unknown god as an opportunity to teach the people concerning the true God.
Paul recounts in detail the numerous hardships he endured in his ministry.
Paul's family helps to save him from an assassination attempt in Acts 23:12–24.
Paul relys on God's help amidst a shipwreck in Acts 27:9–44.
Paul shares experience and advice in his letter to Timothy in 2 Timothy 1; 3:14–17.
Jesus tells his disciples about the Last Day in Matthew 25:31–46.
In this Sunday School Lesson on Luke 10:38-42, we learn about Jesus and His disciples visiting the home of sisters Mary and Martha.
In this Sunday School Lesson on Luke 15, we learn about three parables demonstrating our heavenly Father's concern for the lost.
In this Sunday School Lesson on John 9, we learn about Jesus encountering a man born blind.
In this Sunday School Lesson on John 11:1-44, we learn about Jesus calling Lazarus, Mary and Martha's brother, back to life.
In this Sunday School Lesson on Luke 17:11-19, we learn about Jesus encountering ten lepers on his way to Jerusalem.
In this Sunday School Lesson on Luke 18:15-17, we learn about Jesus drawing the children near to Himself, using a child as an example of how believers receive the kingdom of God.