John 21:1-19 or 21:1-14
Last January 1st, one man’s New Year’s resolution was to become a non-conformist. For instance, he resolved never again to take part in the over-commercialization of Christmas. He would become a shopping mall dropout. “To think,” he said angrily, “that I paid fifteen dollars for a Christmas tree, and it was so small that on Christmas Day, my wife wore it as a corsage!”
In the Fifth Chapter of Acts, Luke tells us what happened to Peter and the Apostles-non-conformists all-when they appeared before the Sanhedrin to answer various charges, including that of jailbreaking. (The Sanhedrin-or Senate-was the highest governing body of the Jewish people. It had authority to rule on religious questions, and in some instances it was…
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