Psalms: 127, 128
Acts: Just to fix the time of year in this account – the “days of unleavened bread” would be Holy Week, probably in April. Ever popular among the Jews, Paul managed yet again to get a “fatwā”, as a Moslem might call it, (or “hit”) on his life. Paul was confrontational! Next, on to Syria. I guess Paul never passed up an opportunity to speak. I doubt he was as dynamic a speaker as a writer. He put the young man Eutychus to sleep; he fell 3 stories and yet survived.