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The Jailer’s Wife – a New Testament account

What would it take to change your life?

Imagine being a jailer and suddenly a huge earthquake shakes all the cell doors open. Imagine your shock when you discover none of the prisoners have escaped but instead they are in their cells singing hymns and praising God. What impact would that have on you?

In this film we hear the account of this early Christian story from the perspective of the jailer’s wife.

For the full biblical account of this story read Acts 16: 25-40

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