Acts 26:1-18

  1. Paul makes his defence before King Agrippa. He deals with three themes:
    (a) his life before he was converted (verses 4-11),
    (b) his conversion (verses 12-15), and
    (c) his commission to serve Jesus (verses 16-18).
    Sum up in a few words each of these three periods in Paul’s life.
    What made this change and what was the real question at issue in this trial?
    See verses 6-8; 13-15.
  2. How does the Lord Jesus, in the commission which he gave to Paul (verses 16-18), describe
    (a) the lost condition of mankind,
    b) the content of salvation, and
    (c) the method of salvation?