The story of Pentecost:

Peter and the Holy Spirit

When the disciple Peter received the Holy Spirit, everything changed. In this theme pack we have a collection of films about Peter, the Holy Spirit and the Pentecost story.


Peter denies Jesus

Peter receives the Holy Spirit

Miracles in Jesus' name

Jesus rose from the dead


God will give the Spirit to those who listen to Him

As human beings, we are not always able to do good, we need the power of the Holy Spirit to help. By this power we can choose what is right in the temptations. It leads us on a good path of life, a path that leads to heaven. But what exactly is the Holy Spirit, and who can receive it?

In this theme, we also get to know the disciple Peter, and look at what he was like both before and after he received the Holy Spirit. Peter was completely transformed when he received the Spirit and it can happen to you and me, too. Jesus gives His Spirit to those who listen to Him. Right from your childhood, you can begin to do the good you understand and ask Jesus for help, and then when the time is right, you will experience that God will give you His Spirit.

Animated film: Peter denies Jesus

In this film, we get to know Peter, who was one of Jesus’ disciples. Peter loved Jesus, and really wanted to do what he said, but the problem was that he just could not always manage it. The last night the disciples were with Jesus, Jesus told Peter that He had prayed for him that his faith would not fail. Then Peter answered. “Lord, with you I am ready to go both to prison and to death.” But Jesus probably knew Peter better than he knew himself. And Jesus knew it was not going to be that easy for Peter. And He was quite right: soon after, Peter could not be as brave as he had said. But Jesus had known that beforehand, and He had a plan for Peter. A great help was on the way.

Animated film: Peter receives the Holy Spirit

In this episode, we meet Peter in the time after Jesus ascended to heaven.The disciples were waiting for the Holy Spirit to come, and one day when they were gathered, something strange happened in the room and tongues of fire settled on their heads. A completely new time started then for Peter and the other disciples.

Animated film: Miracles in Jesus’ name

In the film, we follow Peter and John and the other disciples in Jerusalem after they had received the Holy Spirit on the day of Pentecost. In Jesus’ name, Peter heals a man who is lame. People crowd around and the apostles take the opportunity to preach about Jesus and His power. Peter and John are arrested and brought before the priesthood, where they again testify boldly. But the priests forbid them to talk about Jesus and threaten them with imprisonment. However, they are released and return to the other disciples, who pray earnestly to God for boldness and for God to send the Spirit and work signs and wonders. God sends His Spirit to over 5,000 people who are gathered.

Animated film: Jesus the Savior

The Spirit of Jesus; The Holy SpiritThree days after Jesus died on the cross, He rose again and appeared to His disciples. A short time later He went up to heaven to prepare something amazing for them, but there was also another important reason for Jesus to go back to heaven. He wanted to give the Spirit he had had inside him back to God. Then God could send that Spirit back down to earth to help people. The Spirit of Jesus will help all those who want to live as Jesus taught us. He is also called the Holy Spirit, and He is a power to help us overcome evil and do good.

The impossible became possible

Peter, John, and the other disciples were filled with power and boldness when they received the Holy Spirit on the day of Pentecost. In the name of Jesus, they performed miracles and spoke freely and boldly about Jesus. Many saw this and repented.

This was the work of God, and they were driven by their love for Jesus. With the Holy Spirit, the weak became strong and the anxious became bold. God showed His power and blessing through the apostles performing miracles. What had been impossible before had now become possible!

Questions for discussion

Bible verses that fit the theme

Acts 1:8: But you shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you shall be witnesses to Me in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.”

Acts 1:8: But you shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you shall be [a]witnesses to Me in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.  

Luke 12:11-12: Now when they bring you to the synagogues and magistrates and authorities, do not worry about how or what you should answer, or what you should say.  For the Holy Spirit will teach you in that very hour what you ought to say.

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