Today we read one chapter in the Acts of the Apostles and two chapters in 2 Samuel.
Acts 22, Paul gave his salvation testimony to the Jerusalem crowd in the Aramaic language. When Paul mentioned the stoning of Stephen and that he preached also to the Gentiles the crowd wanted him killed right away. Paul claimed that he was a Roman citizen, so the next day he was ordered to stand before the Sanhedrin.
2 Samuel 19. David mourned for Absalom, and returned to Jerusalem where he showed mercy to Shimel, Mephibosheth, and also Barzillai, but he preferred to die in his own country. The tribe of Judah and the ten tribes of Israel quarreled about whose King David was.
2 Samuel 20 records the rebellion of Sheba.