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Wednesday: Before the Sanhedrin — 2 Comments

  1. To get to the point where Paul was for the sake of Christ required a man with a real and strong experience with Him. Are we ready to forsake everything for the love of Jesus? To the point of denying ourselves and follow the truth?

  2. The high priest Ananias commanded those who stood by him to strike him on the mouth.
    Why? The statement by Paul implied an accusation the council and the high priest had arrested Paul was a mistake.
    How dare you prisoner (Paul) can claim innocence in the presence of the council.
    Paul's reaction, God will strike you, you whitewashed wall!
    Why did Paul make a very strong accusation against the high priest?
    It would have been good to hear the tone of Paul's voice when he had made the statement.
    The high priest striking Paul is contradictory to the very law Paul is being charged with violating.
    In spite of the disobedience by the High Priest, Paul still shows the respect to the high priest.
    How easy it would be for us to forget the character of our redeemer when being persecuted for our faith?


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