Cornerstone Podcast

5-12-2019 Rescued, Caesarea Port of Proclamation, Pastor Luke Knoll


  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
  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
  16. Paul stands before Festus. Then appeals to Caesar. (25:1-12)
  17. Paul testifies before King Agrippa and Bernice. (Acts 25:13-
  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)