Acts

  1. Philip and the Ethiopian Eunuch (Acts 8:34-40)
  2. Peter and the Centurion (Acts 10:24)
  3. Paul:
    a. From Jerusalem to Caesarea then Tarsus (9:23-30)
    b. From Ephesus to Caesarea then Antioch (18:21-22)
    c. To Caesarea then to Jerusalem (21:7-14)
  4. Paul is accused in Jerusalem (Acts 21:27-29)
  5. Paul is beaten by those in Jerusalem (Acts 21:30-32)
  6. Paul is rescued by soldiers (Acts 21:32-36)
  7. Paul addresses those in Jerusalem (Acts 21:37-22:22)
  8. Paul reminds them of his Roman Citizenship (Acts 22:23-29)
  9. Paul’s appeal results in a Pharisee/Sadducee dispute. (Acts
    22:30-23:10)
  10. Paul is encouraged by the Lord and given
    direction from God. (Acts 23:11)
  11. Paul is put on a hit list (Acts 23:12-22)
  12. Paul is protected and brought to Caesarea Maritime to
    Herod’s Praetorium. (Acts 23:23-35)
  13. Paul goes before Felix at Caesarea. (Acts 24:1-21)
  14. Paul is held in custody until Lysias arrives. (Acts 24:22-23)
  15. Paul speaks to Felix’s wife Drusilla, (a Jew), Felix wants Paul
    to pay him. Festus rises and takes Felix’s office. (Acts
    24:24-27)
  16. Paul stands before Festus. Then appeals to Caesar. (25:1-12)
  17. Paul testifies before King Agrippa and Bernice. (Acts 25:13-
    26:32)
  18. Paul sails for Rome and is shipwrecked. (Acts 27)
  19. Paul is snake-bitten on Malta, yet suffers no injury, he heals
    many there. (28:1-10)
  20. Paul arrives and stays in Rome two years. (Acts 28:11-31)

Four Messages from Paul about Serving the Lord
 Persecutions will come. (2 Tim. 3:10-17)
 To live is Christ to die is gain (Phil. 1:18-30)
 Hold fast to the word of life. (Phil. 2:14-18)
 Run to win (1 Corinthians 9:24-27)