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Paul's final travels as a free man, yet I guess that's not exactly true. Even in chains, Paul had a freedom in Christ that gave him strength. Even in this chapter he's prepared to die for his Lord, his words, "The Lord's will be done."
I realize that originally this was one long letter and the chapter and verses were added later, but I don't understand why they broke the chapter where they did in verse 40.
The commander agreed, so
Paul stood on the stairs and motioned to the people to be quiet. Soon a
deep silence enveloped the crowd, and he addressed them in their own
I guess tomorrow we'll find out what he said.