I recently preached on Acts 8:26-40. If you know your Bible it’s the story of the Apostle Philip sharing the good news of Jesus with a government official from Ethiopia. You can find the audio of that message here. Most of our time in this text was spent looking for lessons from the example of Philip. Philip is, after all, the apostle. Philip is the one who knows his scriptures inside and out. Philip is the ‘hero’ of the story, if I can use that word. We should endeavor to be like Philip. But there’s an important lesson in the example set by the Ethiopian we must heed as well. The Ethiopian is curious. Not only is he found to be reading from the scroll of Isaiah aloud, he was on his way back

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