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Lesson 195: Paul's Journey To Rome

Updated: Jul 26, 2023

Acts 27; 28

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INTRODUCTION. When it was time for Paul's long journey to Rome and Caesar, he and other prisoners were placed under the guard of a centurion named Julius. In Caesarea they boarded a ship bound for places on the coast of Asia Minor. Accompanying Paul was Luke and Aristarchus, both of whom had been with Paul when he had come to Jerusalem (Acts 20:4-6; 21:15-17). Luke's description of the journey and shipwreck is a literary masterpiece, revealing more about ancient seafaring than any other record.

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