Cried out “Brethren, what shall we do?”
Can you imagine how it would have felt to realize the Lord was the same One you had crucified 50 days earlier? It would be very much as if you went down to apply for a job, and on the way you got into an automobile accident. And when the other driver got out, you started beating and cursing and kicking him in anger. Then you got into your car and drove off, and went on to apply for the job. When you were all cleaned up and ready, you were ushered into the presence of the man whom you had just beaten and cursed out in the street. Perhaps this is how these people felt. No wonder they were cut to the heart and cried out, “Brethren, what shall we do?” (Lou Nicholes, Acts, History of Missions p. 39).