When I was a kid I used to trace the route with my finger over and over again, and wondered why he took each route. Then I grew up and learned a bit more about Roman historyand read the book of Acts a couple of times. Paul goes in and preaches the news to the Jews. Paul gets kicked out of the synagogue.
The apostle Paul went on three pioneering missionary journeysfollowed by a trip to Rome. His first missionary journey, most likely in the years AD 47 through 48, started in Syria and took him to Cyprus and Asia Minor.
After Paul witnessed the stoning of Stephen Acts 7: The dispersed Christians brought the gospel with them, and when the leaders in Jerusalem learned how quickly the church was growing, they sent Barnabas to Antioch to verify what was happening.
Barnabas confirmed that the gospel was spreading and that the church in Syrian Antioch was indeed a work of God Acts Barnabas then went to Tarsus to collect Paul, whom he had earlier mentored in Jerusalem.
Paul returned to Antioch with Barnabas to provide leadership for the fledgling church. After about a year, the prophet Agabus foretold a great famine. The believers in Antioch raised support for the church in Judea and sent it to Jerusalem with Barnabas and Paul Acts While the church in Antioch was worshiping and fasting, the Holy Spirit called Paul and Barnabas to a special work in spreading the gospel Acts After more fasting and prayer, the church laid their hands on Paul and Barnabas and sent them off with John Mark verse 3.
Thus began the first missionary journey, led by the Holy Spirit verse 4. PaulBarnabasand John Mark walked to Seleucia on the coast, then sailed southwest to Salamis on the island of Cyprus, where Barnabas was from.
They preached in the synagogue there and traveled the whole island, apparently without seeing much fruit, until they arrived at the city of Paphos in the southwest.
For reasons the Bible does not detail, John Mark left the other two missionaries and returned to Jerusalem Acts He showed the Jews in Antioch how only Jesus, who died and rose again, fulfilled the Jewish prophecies. Many believed, and they asked Paul and Barnabas to return the next Sabbath. The next week, almost the entire city showed up, but the Jewish leadership was jealous of the crowds and tried to silence their message with abusive language.
Paul and Barnabas stayed quite a while in the city of Iconium, preaching boldly and performing miracles. The missionaries caught word that the unbelieving Jews, Gentiles, and city leadership were planning on stoning them, so they fled to the nearby cities of Lystra and Derbe in Lycia Acts While Paul was preaching at the gates of Lystra, he noticed a lame man listening intently.
He healed the man, and the crowd declared that Barnabas must be Zeus and Paul Hermes, as Hermes was the messenger and chief spokesman of the gods.
As a counterpoint, the unbelieving Jews from Antioch and Iconium arrived at Lystra and stirred up the crowds against the gospel. The resulting mob stoned Paul and dragged him out of the city.
When the disciples gathered around his lifeless body, Paul stood up, completely well, and went back into the city Acts The next day, Paul and Barnabas went east to Derbe, situated across the mountain range from Tarsus, and made many disciples.
It was in the region of Lystra and Derbe that young Timothy heard the gospel from Paul and was saved. Paul and Barnabas returned to the seaport city of Perga to preach, and then they hopped over to Attalia, a few miles west, and preached there, as well Acts They then sailed back to Syrian Antioch.
He visited the cities again on his third missionary journey on his way to Ephesus.Paul’s Second Missionary Journey 2 3.
Now, instead of one missionary team going out from Antioch of Syria, two were going out. d. In time, John Mark did redeem himself to Paul. Objectives: To explain that people will either choose God or Satan.
Not choosing one or the other equals not choosing God.
To list beginning events of Paul’s first missionary journey and the meanings of the colors of the Wordless Book. The First Epistle to the Corinthians (Ancient Greek: Α΄ ᾽Επιστολὴ πρὸς Κορινθίους), usually referred to simply as First Corinthians and often written 1 Corinthians, is one of the Pauline epistles of the New Testament of the Christian ashio-midori.com epistle says that Paul the Apostle and "Sosthenes our brother" wrote it to "the church of God which is at .
Paul’s First Missionary Journey 4 d. 60 to 70 miles off of the Syrian coast. e. 41 to 46 miles from Cilicia in Asia Minor (modern Turkey) f.
Two major cities: 1. Salamis, the largest city of Cyprus on the east coast of the island. 2. Paphos. The capital city. 2. In Salamis they preached in the synagogue of the Jews. 3. 3rd Missionary Journey (Acts ): During Paul’s third journey, he fervently preached in Asia Minor.
God confirmed his message with miracles.
God confirmed his message with miracles. Acts tells of Paul at Troas preaching an exceptionally long sermon. Believers are first called Christians at Antioch. James, brother of John, killed by Herod Agrippa I (Acts ).
Herod Agrippa I dies in 44 AD (Acts ). The first journey begins when Paul, Barnabas, and Mark set out from Antioch (Acts ).