Peter Explains the Lame Man's Healing (Acts 3:12-26)


At the Temple, during the time of the afternoon prayers, Peter had just healed a man who had been lame all of his life (over 40 years). A crowd gathered, and Peter used this miracle to point this crowd to Jesus and indict them for Jesus' death, while affirming Jesus' resurrection. What can we learn from the first part of Peter's response to the crowd? [Hint: Peter indicts these Israelite men for denying Jesus - sound familiar?]