"Come Lord Jesus" Part 2 / Acts 24:22-27; 25:1-12; 26:24-32
After Paul’s dramatic rescue from Jerusalem, the apostle had to defend himself before the court in Caesarea. God used Paul’s courage, expertise in the law, and cleverness to expose the characters of three rulers: Felix the corrupt, Festus the wavering, and Agrippa the unpersuaded. Even though Paul was the defendant on trial, God turned the tables through Paul’s witness and put these earthly leaders in the hot-seat. In the face of false accusation, unfair sentencing, and even death itself, Paul seized every opportunity to share the gospel with clarity, courage, and conviction.