As Paul was unjustly detained in jail, a group of over forty Jewish men formed a conspiracy to kill him. Thankfully, this plot was thwarted by Paul’s young nephew, a courteous Roman commander, and a handful of obedient troops. Alistair Begg helps us step back from the unfolding drama of Acts 23 to view it from the Christian perspective so that we may see God’s sovereign plan being played out through simple, ordinary means and unnamed, ordinary people.
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