Peter is convinced he has to keep his distance from the unclean, unholy Gentiles. They're an inferior race, unworthy of the blessings of God. Then he has a supernatural vision straight from God, and his ideas about race and culture are blown to pieces. So much so that he declares, "I see very clearly that God shows no favoritism. In every nation he accepts those who fear him and do what ...
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Dear Heavenly Father, open my eyes to areas of racial and cultural insensitivity in my life; show me what steps I need to take to model racial reconciliation and unity in my church and community.
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