Daily Bible Readings | by | Volume 13, Issue 2 | March – April 2007

Philippi was the chief city of Macedonia, and was named after the father of Alexander the Great. It required divine intervention in the form of a vision (Acts 16:9) in order for Paul to visit it on his second journey. It is the city where Paul and Silas famously converted Lydia and the J…

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