Acts 21, on to Jerusalem, Paul urged to make Peace, Paul arrested in the Temple, Paul addresses the Jerusalem mob.

Acts 21, on to Jerusalem, Paul urged to make Peace, Paul arrested in the Temple, Paul addresses the Jerusalem mob.

 

Thus ends chapter 21. (Yes, Paul spoke fluent Greek, Hebrew and Aramaic).

Acts 20, journeys In Greece, ministering at Troas, from Troas to Miletus, the Ephesian Elders Exhorted.

Acts 20, journeys In Greece, ministering at Troas, from Troas to Miletus, the Ephesian Elders Exhorted.

Acts 19, Paul at Ephesus, Miracles defeat Evil Spirits and glorify Christ, the Riot at Ephesus.

Acts 19, Paul at Ephesus, Miracles defeat Evil Spirits and glorify Christ, the Riot at Ephesus.

Acts 18, in Corinth, Paul returns to Antioch, Apollos’ Ministry, Priscilla and Acquila.

Acts 18, in Corinth, Paul returns to Antioch, Apollos’ Ministry, Priscilla and Acquila.

The letter to the Hebrews was quite possibly written by Apollos, with minor editing from Paul.

Acts 17, in Thessalonica, attack on Jason’s home, in Berea, the Philosophers in Athens, Paul’s discourse at Areopagus.

Acts 17, in Thessalonica, attack on Jason’s home, in Berea, the Philosophers in Athens, Paul’s discourse at Areopagus.

Acts 16, Timothy joins Paul and Silas, the Macedonian Call, Lydia Baptized at Philippi, Paul and Silas in Prison, the Philippian Jailer Saved, Paul refuses to Depart Secretly.

Acts 16, Timothy joins Paul and Silas, the Macedonian Call, Lydia Baptized at Philippi, Paul and Silas in Prison, the Philippian Jailer Saved, Paul refuses to Depart Secretly.

Acts 15, Circumcision Conflict, the Council at Jerusalem, the Jerusalem Decree, Ministry in Syria, Barnabas and Paul argue about Mark.

Acts 15, Circumcision Conflict, the Council at Jerusalem, the Jerusalem Decree, Ministry in Syria, Barnabas and Paul argue about Mark.

Acts 14, Paul at Iconium, Idolatry at Lystra, Paul Stoned, Paul escapes to Derbe, Paul strengthens the Converts.

Acts 14, Paul at Iconium, Idolatry at Lystra, Paul Stoned, Paul escapes to Derbe, Paul strengthens the Converts.

 

Acts 13, Saul’s first Missionary journey, Preaching at Cyprus, Saul’s name changed to Paul, at Pisidian Antioch, Blessing and Conflict in Antioch.

Acts 13, Saul’s first Missionary journey, Preaching at Cyprus, Saul’s name changed to Paul, at Pisidian Antioch, Blessing and Conflict in Antioch.

Why the name change from Saul to Paul?

Acts 12, Herod’s Violence to the Church, Peter’s miraculous Escape from Prison,Herod’s Violent Death.

Acts 12, Herod’s Violence to the Church, Peter’s miraculous Escape from Prison,Herod’s Violent Death.