Paul was in Roman custody and was going to be transferred to Rome for trial because he refused to be tried by the Jews and appealed to Ceasar (Acts 25:9-12).
While in custody in Cesarea (Acts 25:13-14), Paul was given the opportunity to speak to King Agrippa, regarding his case.
What do you think Paul did? Did Paul focus solely on his case and beg to be set free, or did Paul use his case as a means to witness to a king?
Look at the end result of Paul speaking to a King Agrippa regarding his case in Acts 26:28: Agrippa replied to Paul, "In a short time you will persuade me to become a Christian."
What do people say after an encounter with you?
Do they want to be a Christian, or are they disappointed in how you as a Christian treated them?
What are you going to say or do today to make people want to be a Christian?
Pastor Brian Kennedy,