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Hope for Restoration Acts 3:-11-26 Summary: Remember last week when God used Peter to heal a man whose legs didn’t work? It was an amazing miracle. But it wasn’t Peter’s power - it was Jesus’ power. And it was a little preview for us: one day God will do away with all sickness and sin and all the ways our bodies and our world don’t work right. What a day that will be! Let’s listen in and think more about it: Outline: 1. A promised Savior heals our true sickness 2. A call to repentance 3. A promise of relief and restoration Verse: Acts 3:13a The God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob, the God of our fathers, glorified his servant Jesus... Discussion Questions: 1. What about Peter’s sermon helps you to understand the flow of the Bible’s story? Why does Peter show the people that all the prophets have “proclaimed this days?” What is the heart of that story? 2. What does Peter promise that God will do for those who repent (v. 19-21)? What does he mean by “times of refreshing” and the “restoring of all things?” Why are those so important to his hearers? How does it relate to the miracle they have just witnessed? 3. How does the hope of refreshing and final restoration help you today?

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Hope for Restoration Acts 3:-11-26 Summary: Remember last week when God used Peter to heal a man whose legs didn’t work? It was an amazing miracle. But it wasn’t Peter’s power - it was Jesus’ power. And it was a little preview for us: one day God will do away with all sickness and sin and all the ways our bodies and our world don’t work right. What a day that will be! Let’s listen in and think more about it: Outline: 1. A promised Savior heals our true sickness 2. A call to repentance 3. A promise of relief and restoration Verse: Acts 3:13a The God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob, the God of our fathers, glorified his servant Jesus... Discussion Questions: 1. What about Peter’s sermon helps you to understand the flow of the Bible’s story? Why does Peter show the people that all the prophets have “proclaimed this days?” What is the heart of that story? 2. What does Peter promise that God will do for those who repent (v. 19-21)? What does he mean by “times of refreshing” and the “restoring of all things?” Why are those so important to his hearers? How does it relate to the miracle they have just witnessed? 3. How does the hope of refreshing and final restoration help you today?

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