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Aug 2, 2020

[Answer] What seller of purple goods was an early Christian convert?

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...Paul, Silas, and perhaps Timothy and Luke were on their way to Macedonia. On the way, they stopped in the Roman colony of Philippi for several days, including the Sabbath. Jewish law required that at least 10 men were needed to form a synagogue. If you had fewer than 10 men, you could establish a place of prayer outside, preferably by water. On the Sabbath day, Paul and his companions went outside the gate to the riverside, where they supposed there was a place of prayer. They found a group of women who came together to read and study the Scriptures. They were eager to receive the help of any Jewish teacher who happened to visit, so the apostles sat down with the women and spoke to them. One woman who heard them that day was Lydia, from the city of Thyatira, which was known for its wool and dyes. Lydia was a seller of purple goods, one of the most expensive colors of dye. She was a worshiper of God, and as she listened to Paul’s teaching, the Lord opened her heart to hear the gospel. Lydia became a believer, and she and her household were baptized. Many Christian denominations today have designated her Saint Lydia of Thyatira.

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