Acts 22: 12: “A certain Ananias, a man who was devout by the standard of the Law, and well-spoken of by all the Jews who lived there …” This is somewhat of a miracle. To the typical Jew, any Christian was an enemy of their religion. Yet Ananias, an obvious believer in Christ, was well spoken of by all the Jews of Damascus. How could this be? Well, in the next verse he calls Saul, notorious persecutor of his entire religion, ‘brother.’ Question answered, example given. Received?