Acts:10-15 – The Apostles spread the gospel to the Gentiles in several cities. The law of circumcision (and with it, the law of Moses) is clarified. Herod kills James and Peter is miraculously freed from prison. Revelation guides Peter to make decisions for the Church.
Acts 6-9 – The first Seventy are called, Stephen is stoned to death, Philip performs miracles in Samaria. Saul persecutes the Jews and is converted and baptized.
Acts 1-5 – The purpose of this lesson is to enrich our view of the Holy Ghost’s role in our lives, using the examples of Matthias’ call to the Twelve, Pentecost, and Peter and John healing a lame man as potent examples of the Spirit’s power. More importantly, how does the Holy Ghost affect you?
Mary Magdalene, other women, the apostles, and the men on the road to Emmaus see the resurrected Savior Jesus Christ. What significance is there that women were the first to see the Lord? What feelings did the men going to Emmaus have? Why did Thomas doubt?
Jesus completes his mortal ministry. Judas betrays him, the Sanhedrin goes forward with a show trial, Jesus is scourged, Pilate sentences Jesus to death, and Christ offers himself as a sacrifice for all mankind. Listen to this quick episode and get prepared for a powerful and important Gospel Doctrine lesson.