From the moment he stepped into ministry, Paul's enemies trailed him like hounds. From Jerusalem to Antioch and back again, they tracked him so fervently that he seldom rested outside the range of their bellows. As the years passed, they persistently pursued.
In Acts 24 and 25 , Paul's third missionary journey had come to an end. But in his golden years as a missionary, he didn't get a gold watch. No winters at the fishing resort, no reverence for this weary workman. Instead, this tenderhearted missionary had to toughen his hide.
Acts 24:1-16; 25:1-12
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