Loving your neighbor means acting justly and loving mercy and that’s a big umbrella. It doesn’t just cover those you call your own. It covers those you don’t call your own too. The fatherless, the widow, the stranger.
Paul and Timothy see their chains as chains for Christ because it gives them a chance to let the Jesus-love inside of them overflow more and more towards those imprisoning them.
Instead of running, they put aside their freedom knowing that even behind bars they’re free with Jesus and with this the Jailor realizes he needs some of that too.
God didn’t rescue them from the fire. God joined them in the fire. God walked with them in the fire.
Did God really want Abraham to kill Isaac or was there something much larger going on?
This outsider spent his time, energy, and money on the wounded man, who probably despised him also, to prove that love is greater than hate.