Doubt can hit us at anytime. It normally hits us when we believe we don’t have the capacity to properly deal with a given circumstance, whether that’s having the knowledge or the experience of the circumstance. In todays sermon we look at Peter and the boldness he exuded when he was brought before the Jewish religious leaders to give testimony of the ‘good deed’ which was done to the lame man. You would think that this man never suffered from doubt but that isn’t he case. This confidence he had came from many failures over the years spent with the greatest of teachers to walk the earth. What can we learn from him, the religious leaders and the Lame man about doubt? Please join us to find out.