In verses 1-4, we are reminded that the gospel message has been delivered by angels, by miracles, and by the Spirit.
In 1 Kings 17, Elijah predicts a drought, relies upon ravens and a widow for sustenance, and raises a boy from the dead.
The miracle of Acts 3 is a reminder that God works all things out for good, no matter how bleak the circumstances.
Peter uses this opportunity, in verses 11-16, to explain to the crowd the source of the beggar’s healing.
This awesome miracle is a sign of Jesus’ power, and Peter explicitly draws attention to this fact.
It’s so mysterious. Why would Jesus allow himself to be influenced in this way?
One thing’s for sure, Jesus is fully human.
And when the master of the wedding feast tastes the wine, he’s shocked. Usually hosts would save the cheap wine for after the guests were wasted.