Worthy To Suffer

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In the days and weeks following Pentecost, Jesus’ followers became so popular that the religious leaders felt threatened and put some of them in prison for teaching in the temple. While they were in prison an angel visited them and miraculously freed them. They then promptly returned to the temple and started teaching again. Upon discovering this, the temple police… Read more »

Blinding Re-alignment

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Sometime between AD 15—20 Saul began his studies of the Hebrew Scriptures in the city of Jerusalem under Rabbi Gamaliel, in one of the the most prominent rabbinical schools of that day, founded by his grandfather, Hillel. Gamaliel was also the president of the Sanhedrin, a position he inherited from his his father. It was in this environment that Saul… Read more »