Presentation on theme: " 1. Bar-Jesus, a false prophet, is blinded. Proconsul Sergius Paulus is converted. 2. John returns home. 3. Paul & Barnabas preach to Jews and Gentiles."— Presentation transcript:
1. Bar-Jesus, a false prophet, is blinded. Proconsul Sergius Paulus is converted. 2. John returns home. 3. Paul & Barnabas preach to Jews and Gentiles in the synagogue. Jews stir up trouble against Paul and Barnabas and expel them from the region. 4. A great number of Jews and Gentiles believe in Jesus. Unbelieving Jews cause division in the city. 5. Some Jews identify Barnabas as Zeus and Paul as Hermes. Paul is stoned almost to death. 6. Paul and Barnabas win a large number of disciples.
7. Paul’s success strengthens and encourages the disciples. They appoint elders for the community. 8. Paul and Barnabas go to Pamphylia, Perga, and Attalia. 9. Paul and Barnabas report how the Gospel was accepted by Gentiles. The Council of Jerusalem 1. Paul and Barnabas get into a sharp dispute with Judaizers from Judea. 2. Paul and Barnabas report how Gentiles were converted. People in Jerusalem rejoice.
3. Paul and Barnabas are welcomed by the Church in Jerusalem. 4. The council discusses the question of God’s acceptance of the Gentiles. Peter, Paul, Barnabas, and James give speeches. 5. The problem is resolved. The council sends Paul, Barnabas, Judas, and Silas to Antioch with a letter explaining the council conclusions. 6. The people receive the letter. People are encouraged and strengthened. Paul and Barnabas remain and teach in Jerusalem.
1. At the beginning of the journey, Paul and Barnabas disagree over taking John Mark. Barnabas takes John Mark, and Paul takes Silas. Timothy joins Paul and Silas. 2. Paul has a vision to go to Macedonia. Luke seems to have joined by verse 10. 3. Lydia is converted. A fortuneteller is delivered from demon-possession. Paul and Silas are jailed. While they are in jail, there is an earthquake. The jailer is converted.
4. Jews, Greeks, and women believe in the Gospel. Jealous Jews cause turmoil and mob Jason’s house. 5. More Jews, Greek men, and women believe in the gospel. Jews from Thessalonica come and stir up people against Paul. 6. Paul preaches about the “unknown god” and converts a few people. 7. Crispus is converted. Paul has a vision to stay in Corinth. Many Corinthians believe what he says and are baptized. Paul meets Aquila and Priscilla; Sosthenes is beaten.
8. Paul is asked to stay and preach, but he declines. He leaves Aquila and Priscilla in charge. Paul’s Third Missionary Journey 1. The journey begins, and the disciples are strengthened. 2. Many miracles are performed. The word of God spreads widely and grows in power. The silversmiths riot because Paul has destroyed their business. 3. There is a plot to kill Paul on the voyage.
4. Eutychus falls from a window. Paul brings him back to life. 5. Paul bids farewell to the Ephesian elders and encourages them. 6. Agabus warns Paul of what would happen in Jerusalem. 7. Paul reports what God did among the Gentiles on his journey. Paul enters into a Jewish rite of purification.
Paul’s Trip to Rome 1. A mob forms and a riot results. Soldiers arrest Paul. 2. Paul defends himself. He gives testimony to Jesus and angers the crowd again. 3. Because of the angry crowd, officials give the order to flog Paul. The commander becomes alarmed when he finds out that Paul is a Roman citizen. Citizens are not to be flogged. 4. Paul testifies, the Pharisees and Sadducees dispute him.
5. The Jews vow no to eat again until they have killed Paul. Paul’s nephew tells the Roman commander what the Jews are planning. He plots Paul’s escape. 6. Paul is taken to Governor Felix at Casarea. 7. Paul goes on trial Felix and Festus. 8. Agrippa tells Festus that Paul could have been set free if he had not appealed to Caesar. 9. The soldiers set sail to Rome with Paul, even though Paul warns them there will be a storm and a shipwreck.
10. During the storm at sea, Paul encourages others. He tells them to put their faith in God. 11. After the shipwreck, Paul helps others reach land safely. 12. Paul is bitten by a snake but no ill effects are suffered, leading the people to believe that Paul is god. He heals a man named Publicus. 13. Paul is put on a ship for Rome and gives testimony in Rome.
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