Jesus raised the Centurion's daughter and Lazarus from death; now Peter raises Dorcas / Tabitha.
Note that this raising is not the same as the resurrection. Her life has been resuscitated, but Dorcas will later die again. Also note that this work does not result in people worshiping Peter - they "put their faith in the Lord."
I love the interesting details in this story. I wonder what Peter prayed about / for? I wonder why he sent everyone out of the room? Given his prior tendency for impetuous behaviour, I wonder if Peter himself was changed in any way in this story?
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