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A Call to a King from the King!

Acts 26:19-32
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In the last half of Acts, chapter 26, Paul concludes his testimony before Festus and Agrippa leading to their two very different responses. First Festus accused Paul of being mad. Agrippa, who had converted to Judaism, replied saying, “You almost persuade me to become a Christian.” In all probability Agrippa was not even close to getting saved, but only realized that His background in the Jewish faith should give credence to Paul’s testimony and the truth he declared. Afterward, they both concluded that Paul had done nothing worthy of death and that he would have been let go had he not already appealed to Caesar.

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