Bishop Tom Wright recently wrote, with respect to our present woes in the Anglican Communion, that we should reflect on the ending of the Book of Acts: even if the ship breaks up on the rocks, what matters is that we survive to preach the Word unhindered like St Paul in Rome. But I would add that we should consider that the Angel told Paul that every last one of them on that boat had to stay in it for them to be assured that all their lives would be saved. And they did and they were!Read it all here.
Saturday, 3 November 2007
Now here's an interesting bit from over at Covenant by By Dr Jean Meade entitled, "Please Don't Go." Dr Meade finishes with this intriguing quote and application of the story of Paul's shipwreck in Acts:
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