Dear Apostle Peter
Grace and Peace to you, I decided to write to you concerning the report we heard quoted in the 3rd Chapter of the Acts which you and the other Apostles did. I would first like to congratulate you to allow the miraculous Acts which were performed through your ministries be put in one book. In my present 21st century mind I really cant comprehend that twelve Apostles allow such great acts be written and printed for the whole world for so many centuries without royalties given to a single member of the families that remained.
Today it will take a court battle to allow two apostles with the grace you hold to allow their exploits be shared in one book without the battle of royalties. Well thats not the reason why I write this letter. The third verse of this account states that you and Apostle John were going to the temple to pray. Apostle I would like to state that in our time this alone is newsworthy, to see an Apostle who walked on water going together with an Apostle who saw the Revelations of Jesus. Today we do not have Apostles who have time to walk together and let alone to go and pray. We have Apostles who are lone rangers and who are driven with the best cars in and walk with a big team of body guards and armour bearers. I do appreciate the double honor given to those who labor in the Word but I will leave today’s observation to you.
In the fourth verse you said: Look at us! Referring to the lame man. Apostle Peter! You could have said: “Look at me!” Then the camera would zoom to you and the lame man. That was amazing that you saw yourself as One with John. I pray we have more Apostles who will say like you: Look at us!
Now my dear Apostle you spoiled the whole show in verse 4 by declaring with authority: “Silver and Gold have I none!” Did your wife leave that lying low? On International television! You reveal that your family budget is that low? What about the ministry you lead? How do the members of your church feel when others are taunting them: Your Apostle does not have money! I even notice that you did not say Gold and Silver, no you said Silver and Gold! I must say I really respect how money does not define you.
Apostle these four verses of this third chapter have a lot happening in them that is in sharp contrast with what is happening today. The seventh to the eleventh verse relates the account on how this man got healed. It is noteworthy that you call upon the Name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, well today we say: IF I AM A PROPHET OF GOD RISE UP AND WALK! Now that’s good for branding. Apostle I will give you time to enlighten me on these matters. I will write to you the second letter to find more about the sermon you preached thereafter.