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This upcoming Sunday we are looking at Acts 9:32–35 that mentions a place that has rich history both in the Old Testament as well as in contemporary. R.C. Sproul writes,

During the Crusades, Richard the Lionheart visited the Holy Land and spent quite a bit of time in the village of Lydda, and there he built a church in honor of Saint George. The ruins of that church remain even today. This is the site where Peter came and found a man whose name was Aeneas.

Acts Commentary, p.144

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