- 24: 22-27. Paul before Felix. What four motives controlled Felix’s treatment of Paul? Do self-interest and fear ever stop you from doing what is right?
- 25:1-12. Paul before Festus. Why did Paul refuse Festus’s offer for a trial in Jerusalem, and instead, as a Roman citizen, claim his right to appeal to Caesar? Do you think Paul was taking the right course of action regardless of the consequences?
26 June, 2015
Search The Scriptures — Study 48 — Acts 24: 22 – 25: 12
Note. 25:11. A Roman citizen could appeal to a higher Roman magistrate against his sentence, or at any stage in his trial. Paul now appeals to Nero.