In this passage, God breaks Peter out of the jail of Herod Agrippa I, ensuring that Peter will not be killed as James, the brother of John, had been killed. Peter ends up being a fugitive from Herod’s justice. Why do you think this story of a prison break was included in the history of the early church? Is it just a story about Peter’s miraculous release from prison? What else does it teach us about God? About injustice? About prayer for the prisoner?