2. Multiple choice: When choosing a successor for Judas as the twelfth apostle, Peter stated that it was so he could be a witness of a specific event in the life of Jesus . What was that event? (a) His crucifixion; (b) His resurrection; or (c) His ascension.
3. Fill in the blank: When the Christians in Caesarea could not persuade Paul to change his mind about going to Jerusalem where he faced captivity, they said, "The --------- of the Lord be done."
1. Wolves (Acts 20:29).
2. (b) His resurrection (Acts1:22).
3. "Will" (Acts 21:14). Even though it was not their will, they bowed to the will of the Lord.