I especially enjoyed this paragraph today:
"Along the streets we met the usual men on their way to the fields outside the city walls. Paul walked at such a fast clip that I struggled to keep up with him. He was over twenty years older than me, a man of over fifty years, but I still struggled to match his pace when he was at full speed. Paul was the first to reach the top of the hill, soon followed by me. Normally we would have sung some hymns, perhaps the one Apollos wrote that I had put in the letter to the Colossians. Then there was a lovely new one Apollos had written about Jesus taking the form of a servant. But Paul was single minded in his intention this morning, and as soon as Aquila and Priscilla reached the top, he began to pray."