Acts 10:44-48 reveals a critical moment in the early church’s history. It was the first time that the gospel was being preached to uncircumcised Gentiles by one of the apostles. Unlike the Hellenistic believers, the apostles and other Judean believers were not ready to receive Gentiles in the church. Image © Pacific Press from GoodSalt.com Since Jesus was the Messiah of Israel, they thought that the gospel was to be shared only with Jews from near and far.
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