Today’s reading: Acts 3:11-28

Peter and John’s healing of the man who had been crippled from birth created quite a stir, and understandably so. The people going to the temple to worship have just witnessed a miracle and they’re stunned. They want to know exactly what has happened and how. With no hesitation, Peter steps up and takes full advantage of the situation. He addresses this crowd of temple goers in his typical bold fashion–pointing out the crowd’s sin, telling them of their need to repent, and then presenting God’s offer of salvation through Christ.

What’s your preferred approach or style when it comes to sharing Christ with others? In what types of situations might you consider altering your typical approach, and why? Tami

Source: Tami’s Blog