The destruction of Damascus was prophesied by Isaiah more than 2,700 years ago. While it’s suffered during the last four years of civil war in Syria, it’s not quite a “ruinous heap” just yet.
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OUR JOURNEY through the book of Acts continues with the account of Saul’s vision on the road to Damascus and the beginning of the outreach of the church to Gentiles.
We discuss Saul’s early years in the faith, the difficulty the Jewish Christians had with the news that Peter had gone to the house of Cornelius the centurion–an uncircumcised man–and the implications of Peter’s vision of the unrolled sheet.