Repentance of All Men
Before that one can properly respond to the Gospel of Christ, it is necessary to adequately understand Who Christ is. To his audience on Pentecost, Peter described the Savior at the Second of Acts as the same Jesus Whom they had crucified, but Whom God had made both Lord and Christ. At the Eighth of Acts, the Treasurer of the Ethiopian Queen did not understand whether Messianic prophecies were about Isaiah or Someone Else until Philip taught him about Jesus. At Acts Seventeen, Paul told the Athenians that Christ is the One by Whom the world will be judged in righteousness, and by Whose resurrection God had given assurance to all men. No longer overlooking ignorance of the Lord, God commands repentance of all men.
Written by David Hayes Prophater