Acts 24-28 - Brigham Young University-Idaho

Acts 24-28 - Brigham Young University-Idaho

Acts 24-28 Acts 24:1-8 Ananias arrives with an orator, Tertullas, to accuse Paul. Tertullas is flowery. Ananias was still upset, after all, Paul had just called him a whited-wall! Acts 24:10-21 Pauls defense

Acts 24:16 Sound familiar? (Doctrine & Covenants 135:4) Acts 24:22-26 Felix Procurator of Judea 52 to 58 A.D. Felix, in his six years in office had eliminated bands of robbers, thwarted organized assassins and crushed a movement led by an Egyptian. But in general his record was not good. He was recalled by Rome two years

later because of misrule (New International Version, 1692). Noted for his folly, cruelty and lust, he was then living in an adulterous relationship with Acts 24: 24-27 Two years in house arrest! Yes, Paul is protected from the murderous hatred of the Jews and Sanhedrin, true he was granted sufficient liberty to write and do some teaching;

but nonetheless as a prisoner in the Cause of Christ, he was denied the full missionary privileges of the past quarter century. No doubt that this experience taught Paul that even he was not indispensable! Acts 25:11 I appeal unto Caesar Under Roman Law, each citizen accused of a crime had the right and privilege of being heard before the imperial seat.

Why all the imprisonment? Clearly it is the design of Deity to use Pauls imprisonment as the means of taking the testimony of Jesus to the great and the mighty of the world (Doctrine & Covenants 1:23). Acts 26:13-15 (Joseph Smith 1:23-25) Acts 26:18

A perfect summary of what happens when a person is converted to the truth. Acts 26:25-29 Agrippa is almost persuaded to be a Christian! King Agrippa is the son of Herod Agrippa. He is the last of the Herodian dynasty, an expert in Jewish affairs and also a vicious and dissolute man. Acts 26:32

Not entirely correct. It was the Lords will that he testify in Rome (Acts 23:11). Acts 27:9 Sailing was dangerous, the fast was already past (Hebrew Day of Atonement). Most would have waited until the weather moderated. Acts 28:1 Barbarous people Greeks referred to all non-Greek speaking people as barbarous!

Acts 28:2-6 (Mark 16:18) They shall take up serpents and it shall not hurt them. Acts 28:8 Laid hands on him and healed him.

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