Acts 4:13

Acts 4:13 (ASV 1901)

13Now when they beheld the boldness of Peter and John, and had perceived that they were unlearned and ignorant men, they marvelled; and they took knowledge of them, that they had been with Jesus.

Scripture Testimony Index stories for this passage

In Sierra Leone, the uneducated are teaching the educated. The blind and unlearned are not only leading but planting churches and making disciples out of men both with and without sight; all to the glory of God.
Brother Chang was an uneducated peasant who gave his life to intercessory prayers, just so the "heavenly light" that dawned upon him, could dawn on others too.
Jonathan Goforth, a trained theologian, skilled expositor and experienced preacher found his greatest gift in training simple uneducated men to share the message of Christ with confidence and power.
David Wilkerson shares about his grandfather, a poorly educated man, who was used powerfully by God to heal the sick and proclaim His word.
An old illiterate Indian grandfather in the company of two others, visited Yarinacocha in Peru. Though unable to read or write, he powerfully brought God's word to the people leading to a mass cry for forgiveness of sins.
Li was "simple, homely, uneducated; but a man of real faith and spiritual power." Though unable to even read, he was a vessel used for honour by God - he left his old trade to become a "fisher of men".
Brother Yun's co labourers were common men with no theological training at all. But still, they were empowered the Holy Ghost to proclaim the gospel, accompanied by mighty signs and wonders, so much so that the authorities feared arresting them.