Back to the Future: The Galileo Co-Conspiracy in Acts: 6/7
The early church leaders often found themselves in trouble, including physical peril and actual bodily harm. While they could (sometimes) heal others, they could not always liberate and restore themselves (like Jesus?). The kindness of others – the wound-washing, the meal-sharing, the sanctuary of homes – was integral to their evangelistic success. All they had to do was receive it. We’ll meet Paul (again); Silas; an enslaved, fortune-telling girl; her slaveholder; a Philippian jailer; and the jailer’s household.
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