Paul was arrested in the Temple in Jerusalem, went on trial in Caesarea, and was transported to Rome and imprisoned awaiting trial before Caesar.
Lesson Thirty-two: Arrest, Trial, and Imprisonment
I. End of the Third Missionary Journey
II. Paul Takes a Vow
A. Rumor (Acts 21:21)
B. Remedy (Acts 21:22-23)
III. Paul Seized in the Temple (Acts 21:28-30)
IV. Rome to the Rescue (Acts 21:21-33)
V. Paul's Roman Citizenship (Acts 22:24-29)
A. Ways to Be a Citizen of Rome
1. Born with it
2. Buy it
3. Do a great act of service
4. Freed slave
B. Why did the tribune believe that Paul was a Roman citizen?
1. He said he was.
2. Scroll testifying to his citizenship
VI. Defense before the Jews
VII. The Plot against Paul (Acts 23:23-33)
VIII. Paul in Caesarea
A. Accusation (Acts 24:5-6)
B. Defense (Acts 24:11-13)
C. Admission (Acts 24:14)
IX. Paul in Prison
X. Before Festus and Agrippa
XI. Paul to be tried by Caesar (Acts 25:12, 26:32)
XII. End of Acts
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