The first third of Acts was a mostly Jewish story. The disciples worked in Jerusalem for quite a while telling people about Jesus, but then Stephen got executed and the whole thing spread out to new audiences. Still, a big question remains about just how far outside the boundaries of Judaism this thing is going to go. In Acts 10, the answer to that question comes much more into focus.
Here's the link to the video I referenced in the intro - Get ready to BAWL suckers! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lWoGo5mTtTA
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