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Acts 9.32-42

‘When I look out of the window from where I am sitting, I have two quite different types of view. If I stretch my eyes and look through the trees (it is still spring, and the leaves have not yet blocked the view) I can see the ruined castle, standing on the headland two or three miles away, looking out to sea. If I look near at hand, I can see, a mere eight feet or so from the window, a riot of small birds playing among my neighbour’s roses and shrubs. Sometimes a robin comes and sits on the fence, staring in at me, as though she’s trying to discover what I’m writing about...

Taken from Acts for Everyone Part 1 by Tom Wright

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