31-33 The soldiers, following orders, took Paul that same night to safety in Antipatris. In the morning the soldiers returned to their barracks in Jerusalem, sending Paul on to Caesarea under guard of the cavalry. The cavalry entered Caesarea and handed Paul and the letter over to the governor.
34-35 After reading the letter, the governor asked Paul what province he came from and was told “Cilicia.” Then he said, “I’ll take up your case when your accusers show up.” He ordered him locked up for the meantime in King Herod’s official quarters.Read full chapter
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32 The next day they let the cavalry(A) go on with him, while they returned to the barracks.(B) 33 When the cavalry(C) arrived in Caesarea,(D) they delivered the letter to the governor(E) and handed Paul over to him. 34 The governor read the letter and asked what province he was from. Learning that he was from Cilicia,(F)Read full chapter