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Acts 3, Peter and John went to the Temple one afternoon for the daily prayer meeting. As they approached the Temple, they saw a man lame from birth carried along the street and laid beside the Temple gate.  As Peter and John were passing by, he asked them for some money. They looked at him intently, and then Peter said, “Look here!”  “We don’t have any money for you! But I’ll give you something else! I command you in the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, walk!” Then Peter took the lame man by the hand and pulled him to his feet. And as he did, the man’s feet and ankle bones were healed and strengthened so that he came up with a leap, and began walking! Then, praising God, he went into the Temple. When the people inside saw him walking and heard him praising God, they were surprised! They all rushed out to Solomon’s Hall, where he was holding tightly to Peter and John! Everyone stood there awed by the wonderful miracle. Peter said, “why look at us? For it is the God of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob who has brought Jesus whom you rejected before Pilate, despite Pilate’s determination to release him. And you killed Jesus, the Author of Life; but God brought him back to life again. John and I are witnesses because we saw him alive! “Faith in Jesus’ name has caused this perfect healing. FRIENDS, PETER DID WHAT JESUS SAID BEFORE HE ASCENDED. USE HIS NAME WHICH HAS POWER TO SAVE, HEAL, DELIVER AND RESTORE. Philippians 2:8-11, Jesus humbled himself even further, going so far as actually to die a criminal’s death on a cross. Yet it was because of this that God raised him up to the heights of heaven and gave him a name which is above every other name, that at the name of Jesus every knee shall bow in heaven and on earth and under the earth, and every tongue shall confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father.

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