In verses 15-20, Peter points out that Judas ought to be replaced.
When facing tough times, the Bible is a great place to go for guidance.
- Jesus’ final days on earth
- Wait in Jesusalem
- You’ll get the Holy Spirit
- Not time to restore Israel’s kingdom yet
- Great Commission: Recap
- Return to heaven
- Peter takes charge
- The 11 Apostles, women and Jesus’ biological family meet in prayer
- Peter explains Judas Iscariot’s actions through the Old Testament
- Peter explains that Judas’ position should be filled by another qualified person
- They nominate two people and cast lots to select Matthias
Pilate took steps to have Jesus released, but Jesus’ accusers presented convincing arguments to prevent Pilate from carrying out his plan.
Judas was more culpable than Pilate in this situation because God himself gave Pilate the authority to condemn Jesus.