They were continually devoting themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer.
Acts 2:42 (context)
Reward! For the capture or identification of the insect-like creatures pictured below.
The perpetrators are slightly smaller than a dried cranberry (pictured at the bottom right for scale). They tend to favor walls or carpets, prefer to run alone rather than in groups, and poop enormous poops for their body size. They tenaciously survive most attacks and require a man-sized hiking boot to ensure thorough squishing. They have slightly triangular heads, cannot fly, and sport pale spots on their rear body segment. They probably are not real insects.
The perpetrators are thought to be a type of weevil, although no evidence of their presence has been detected in flour, bisquick, or powdery cookie mix. A reward is offered for any information leading to the capture or destruction of the perpetrators.