Pauls Third Journey Paul wrote Romans from Corinth

Pauls Third Journey Paul wrote Romans from Corinth

Pauls Third Journey Paul wrote Romans from Corinth Rom 15:17 Therefore I have reason to glory in Christ Jesus in the things which pertain to God. Rom 15:18 For I will not dare to speak of any of those things which Christ has not accomplished through me, in word and deed, to make the Gentiles obedient Rom 15:19 in mighty signs and wonders, by the power of the Spirit of

God, so that from Jerusalem and round about to Illyricum I have fully preached the gospel of Christ. Rom 15:20 And so I have made it my aim to preach the gospel, not where Christ was named, lest I should build on another man's foundation, Paul Preparing his return to Jerusalem Rom 15:21 but as it is written: "TO WHOM HE WAS NOT ANNOUNCED, THEY SHALL SEE; AND THOSE

WHO HAVE NOT HEARD SHALL UNDERSTAND." Rom 15:22 For this reason I also have been much hindered from coming to you. Rom 15:23 But now no longer having a place in these parts, and having a great desire these many years to come to you, Travels to Macedonia & Acachia Rom 15:24 whenever I journey to Spain, I

shall come to you. For I hope to see you on my journey, and to be helped on my way there by you, if first I may enjoy your company for a while. Rom 15:25 But now I am going to Jerusalem to minister to the saints. (collection taken in Macedonia and Greece) Returned to Macedonia by Northern RT

Acts 20:4-5 (4) And Sopater of Berea accompanied him to Asiaalso Aristarchus and Secundus of the Thessalonians, and Gaius of Derbe, and Timothy, and Tychicus and Trophimus of

Asia. (5) These men, going ahead, waited for us at Troas. Troas to Jerusalem Spring of 58 A.D. - Assos, Mitylene, Chios, Samos, Trogylium, and Miletus (where Paul addresses Ephesian elders whom he had called to meet him ) - Coos, Rhodes, Patara, and passing on the south side of Cyprus, they came to Tyre, Ptolemais,

Caesarea - Paul goes to Jerusalem, where the third journey ends. Jerusalem Spring & Summer of 58 A.D. - Acts 21:13 Then Paul answered, What mean you to weep and to break my heart? For I am ready not only to be bound, but also to die at

Jerusalem for the name of the Lord Jesus. -14: And when he would not be persuaded, we ceased, saying, The will of the Lord be done. -Paul is mobbed, arrested. Appears before the Sanhedrin, then Felix, then Agrippa, then to Rome. Pauls Voyage to Rome (Acts 27:1 28:16)

Apostle Pauls Statue in Malta Paul Arrives in Rome, Trial Before Nero Acts 28:30-31 (30) Then Paul dwelt two whole years in his own rented house, and received all who came to him, (31) preaching the kingdom of God and teaching the things

which concern the Lord Jesus Christ with all confidence, no one forbidding him. Paul in Prison writes four letters In four of his letters Paul refers to himself as a prisoner. It is generally accepted that they were written from Rome during 60-62 AD. These letters are Colossians, Philippians, Ephesians, and Philemon. The second letter to

Timothy was written at the second imprisonment by Emperor Nero. Paul is Freed The period between Pauls 2 Roman imprisonments AD. 63-67 No diary or exact record exists of this time. 1 Timothy 1:3Timothy was in Ephesus

63 A.D. - In the Spring of the year in Rome the apostle Paul is acquitted of the charges against him and is set free. I was delivered out of the mouth of the lion 2 Timothy 4:17 Sails to Crete Titus 1:5 & 3:12 He sails from Rome to the island of Crete in order

to meet with Titus. He then leaves Titus in Crete and sails to Nicopolis. From Nicopolis he writes the New Testament books of 1Timothy and Titus. Travels to Gentile Areas JOURNEY NUMBER FIVE After his release by the Roman authorities Paul

spent approximately four or five years traveling to the Land of the Gentiles and visiting such places as Crete (Tit. 1:5), Nicopolis (Tit. 3:12), Troas (II Tim. 4:13), Miletus and Corinth (II Tim. 4:20). From what he told the Jews of Rome in Acts 28:28 is clear indication that Paul had future intentions to travel and preach to the Gentiles after his release from his Roman imprisonment.

Pauls Journeys in Europe The evidence establishes the fact that much time was spent by Jesus in England, at a place called Glastonbury, England . His visits and stays were overseen by his guardian and great uncle Joseph of Arimathea. Pauls Journeys in Europe Joseph of Arimathea ran the tin trade between England and

the whole Mediterranean area. He had a great fleet of ships, and was a Minister of Mines for the Roman Empire. He was also one of the richest men in the world. After the Resurrection, he and twelve others went to England. With the help of some of his companions, Joseph established seminaries and sent out hundreds of missionaries to Europe, Ireland and elsewhere. Roman Emperor Claudius took up the war against England that Julius Caesar began in 53 B.C.

Pauls Journeys in Europe British and Roman intermarriages: Arviragus, Silurian (Wales) King is given Venus, Emperor Claudius' daughter during peace negotiations at Rome in a six month hiatus of hostilities. Gladys Pomponia Graecina, the sister of Caradoc, Pendragon and Military Dictator of England, marries Aulus Plautius, supreme commander of the Roman forces in

England. Gladys-Claudia, the daughter of Caradoc, is not only adopted by Emperor Claudius after her father's defeat, but marries Rufus Pudens, the aide-de-camp of the Roman Commander, Aulus Plautius. Pauls Journeys in Europe Caradoc's family, four generations were taken captive to Rome, when he was betrayed by his cousin Aricia Queen of the Brigantes.

Caradoc (Caratacus) delivers his famous speech to the Roman Senate, and unlike any other captive in Rome's history, is granted life and a mere seven year "house arrest" in Rome, after which he is allowed to return to England with the promise never to fight against Rome again. Pauls Journeys in Europe St. Paul lived, according to all evidence, whenever he was at Rome, whether in custody at large (libera custodid) or free, in the bosom of

the Claudian family. There is no dispute that Claudia herself was purely British, and whether Linus was her son or brother, the British character of the family, and the close, the domestic ties of affection between such family and St. Paul. are equally manifest. the evidence of Irenaeus as to their identity is conclusive. "The apostles," writes Irenaeus, A.D. 180, "having founded and built up the Church at Rome, committed the ministry of its supervision to Linus. This is the Linus mentioned by Paul in his Epistle to Timothy.

Pauls Journeys in Europe When to this circumstantial evidence we add the written testimonies we have adduced of Eusebius, Theodoret, Clemens, and others, that he positively did preach in Britain, we see fair reason for concurring in Bishop Burgess's conclusion, though the bishop had but a part of the evidence we have collected before him, "That we possess as substantial evidence, as any historical fact can

require, of St. Paul's journey to Britain." Pauls Journeys in Europe Paul's greetings in both the books of Timothy and Romans indicate his relatives. II Tim 4: 19-Salute Prisca and Aquila, and the household of Onesiphorus. 21-Do thy diligence to come before winter. Eubulus

greeteth thee and Pudens, and Linus, and Claudia, and all the brethren. Pauls Journeys in Europe in the words of Capellus: "I scarcely know of one author, from the times of the Fathers downwards, who does not maintain that St. Paul, after his liberation, preached in every country in Western Europe, Britain included." "Of St. Paul's journey to

Britain," writes Bishop Burgess, "we have as satisfactory proof as any historical question can demand. Pauls Journeys in Europe The same view is substantially maintained by Baronius, the Centuriators of Magdeburg, Alford or Griffith, next to Baronius the most erudite of the Roman Catholic historians, Archbishops Parker and

Usher, Stillingfleet, Camden, Gibson, Cave, Nelson, Allix, etc. Pauls Journeys in Europe "Sometime in the late 1700's and before 1800, C. S. Sonnini published his copy of Sonnini's Travels in Turkey and Greece. Interleaved was a copy of that manuscript found in the Archives of Constantinople presented to him by the Sultan Abdoul Achmet. In that manuscript, Acts had a 29th

chapter. It reads, "And Paul, full of the blessings of Christ, and abounding in the spirit, departed out of Rome, determining to go into Spain, for he had a long time proposed to journey thitherward, and was minded also to go from thence to Britain." Pauls Journeys in Europe The two main sources of information on this page: "The Drama of the Lost Disciples," by George F.

Jowett, and "Did the Apostle Paul Visit Britain?," by R.W. Morgan. Pauls 2nd Roman Imprisonment Paul was again arrested by the Roman authorities in AD 67-68 and was returned to Rome for a second imprisonment. It was during this time that he wrote the second epistle to Timothy and indicated his willingness for imminent departure from this mortal

life (II Tim. 4:6-8). The most accepted tradition puts the death of this beloved Apostle to the Gentiles as taking place along the Ostian Way outside of the city of Rome, Italy. He was beheaded on the order of the Roman Emperor Nero in AD 68. Pauls 2nd Roman Imprisonment 2Timothy 4:1-3 I charge you therefore before God and the Lord Jesus Christ, who will judge the living and the

dead at His appearing and His kingdom: Preach the word! Be ready in season and out of season. Convince, rebuke, exhort, with all longsuffering and teaching. For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine, but according to their own desires, because they have itching ears, they will heap up for themselves teachers;

Pauls 2nd Roman Imprisonment 2Timothy 4:4-7 and they will turn their ears away from the truth, and be turned aside to fables. But you be watchful in all things, endure afflictions, do the work of an evangelist, fulfill your ministry. For I am already being poured out as a drink offering, and the time of my departure is at hand. I have fought the good fight, I have finished the

race, I have kept the faith. Pauls 2nd Roman Imprisonment 2Timothy 4:8 Finally, there is laid up for me the crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous Judge, will give to me on that Day, and not to me only but also to all who have loved His appearing.

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