In today’s (chronological) Bible reading… Acts 27,28… Paul closes out the book of Acts by doing what he always did – telling others about Jesus.

Paul spent time in prison, simply because he was bold with the gospel.  While he was in prison in Rome – from 61-63AD – he wrote the letter to the Ephesians, the Philippians, the Colossians, and a man named Philemon.

From 63-65AD, Paul was free to minister… and he wrote the letters we know as 1Timothy and Titus.

Paul was imprisoned again in 66AD, and wrote his final letter, his letter was call 2Timothy.

And, he was martyred for his faith in Rome sometime in late 66AD or early 67AD.

So, 2 questions:

1)  What in the world have you had to complain about today?

2)  How bold have you been for Jesus today?


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