Monthly Archives: July 2014

Through Hardships into the Kingdom

Suppose that in visiting a major city on the East coast you stray away from the touristy areas into a questionable neighborhood, and are mugged. You might say, “I’m never going back there again.” But Paul, not having been mugged … Continue reading

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Turn to the Living God

A local myth described a visit to the area near Lystra by the Greek gods Zeus and Hermes disguised as humans. That may have contributed to the readiness of the citizens to offer sacrifices to Paul and Barnabas when they … Continue reading

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