The Day Of The World Essay

1362 Words Sep 11th, 2014 6 Pages
After the commotion settled, Paul left his disciples and went towards Macedonia and finally ended up in Greece. He left for Macedonia again after learning that some Jews were plotting against him. He was accompanied by many people, and they sailed from Philippi after the Festival of Unleavened Bread, and 5 days later, went to Troas. On the first day of the week of bread baking, Paul told the people that he had to leave. He talked that entire night, and a man called Eutychus fell asleep and fell from the window and died. Paul threw himself on the body and brought him back to life. Paul then sailed to Jerusalem, wanting to reach there before the Pentecost. Paul tells the elders of the Ephesus church that he didn’t know what would happen to him in jerusalem, but he only wanted to finish the task that God had given him: to preach and testify God’s grace. He tells them to be on their guard and reminded them to help the weak and to remember Jesus’s words. The elders would never see Paul again.
Acts 21: Paul and his companions sailed to Tyre, where they stayed for seven days. The Spirit urged Paul to not go to Jerusalem, but Paul insists. They then reach Caesarea and stay at Philip the evangelist’s house. A few days later, a prophet called Agabus came from Judea and pleaded with Paul to not go to Jerusalem. Paul arrived at Jerusalem, and was received warmly. He greeted the elders and told them of the success he’d witnessed, and the elders tell him to help four men pay their…

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