Sketches From The Life of Paul

by Ellen G. White

Chapter 21: Trial at Caesarea

Five days after Paul’s arrival at Caesarea, his accusers also came down from Jerusalem, accompanied by one Tertullus, an orator whom they had engaged as their counsel. The case was granted a speedy hearing. Paul was brought before the assembly, and Tertullus proceeded to specify the charges against him. This wily orator judged that flattery would have more influence upon the Roman governor than the simple statements of truth and justice. He therefore began his speech with….

Posted May 26, 2018 by Sue Says in category Selected Messages Book 1

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