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We’ve all had dreams that confuse us when we wake up in the morning.  They make us wonder what we ate, who we recently spoke with or what in the world we were thinking about that made us have those memories mixed together in one fitful night of sleep.

Acts 10 is filled with visions that cause Peter to embrace foreigners and people who were seen as unclean by Jewish standards after a series of dreams.  He then proclaimed, “God has shown me that I should not call anyone impure or unclean.”

So how does this passage weave into our days today?  Who are the “Gentiles” or “Others” in our lives that we are called to embrace and bring into the faith.  Who do we need to reside with so that the prejudice in our hearts can be purged?

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