I’m by no means a history buff, but I am fascinated by certain aspects of history. In particular I’m always interested to learn how small mundane events in the past shaped the future. I love hearing the testimonies of famous theologians who’s stories involve their parents coming to faith and living fairly unremarkable lives. The person who led them to faith most likely had no idea that their spiritual heritage changed millions of lives. Their small act of obedience was used in huge ways.
Romans 210 Phrygia and Pamphylia, Egypt and the parts of Libya near Cyrene; visitors from Rome
I don’t think I’ve heard anyone else emphasize this particular verse (maybe I have but I just don’t recall). All it really does is list groups of people who appeared on the day of Pentecost.