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To Rome at Last
Acts 28.11-22

It has been a long voyage, and the biblical commentator, in this, one of the three longest books of the New Testament (Matthew, Luke and Acts are more or less the same length), may well feel on arrival at Puteoli, Appian Forum and Three Taverns that the end is in sight for the writing as well as for Paul. Indeed, anyone who has followed Luke’s narrative thus far – and there is a great deal to be said for taking a deep breath and reading the whole thing straight through at a single sitting, instead of taking 10 or 20 verses a day – may well feel as breathless, and grateful for the signs of the destination, as Paul himself must have done...

Taken from Acts for Everyone Part 2 by Tom Wright

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