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Acts 2:33-41 - The Sign of Three - Persons, Baptisms, Promises and 3000 Saved

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Acts 2:33-41 LMCC 2017/07/16
Title: The Sign of 3 - Questions for the Young

Q1. How many Gods do we worship?
A1. We worship ___ ___ __ _____ ________,

___ _______, ___ ___ and ___ ____ ______.

Q2. Which of these words describe one God in three persons?

TRINITY MASCULINITY TRIUNE TNT

34 For David did not ascend to heaven, and yet he said,
‘“The Lord said to my Lord: ‘Sit at my right hand
35 until I make your enemies a footstool for your feet.’”[Ps 110:1]
Q3. In this quotation from Psalm 110, who are the two ‘Lords’ mentioned?

KING DAVID THE LORD GOD THE LORD JESUS PETER

Q4. Where can you buy good books on the subject of the Holy Trinity?

___________________________________________

Q5. Baptism is about…
being united to _________ ________;
having your sins _________ _______;
receiving the gift of the _______ _________.

Q6. In baptism, God promises blessings to…

US OUR CHILDREN OUR PARENTS PEOPLE FAR AWAY

Q7. How many people were baptised and saved on the Day of Pentecost?
3 30 300 3,000 30,000 300,000
Acts 2:33-41 LMCC 2017/07/16
Title: The Sign of 3 – Sermon Outline

I. THREE PERSONS, ONE GOD 33-36

II. THREE BAPTISMS IN ONE 37-38

III. THREE PROMISES IN ONE 39

IV. THREE THOUSAND SAVED 40-41

CONCLUSION

1. Have you been forgiven by the Father;
2. are you in the Son;
3. has the Holy Spirit moved in to your life and heart to make you holy too?

Passages:Acts 2:33-41
Date:July 16, 2017
Series & Preacher:The Acts of Jesus, David Legg (Sunday Morning)
Tags:Baptism, Covenant, Infant, Promises, Trinity
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