Paul proclaimed the kingdom of God and taught about the Lord Jesus Christ—with all boldness and without hindrance! Acts 28:31 (Acts 28:17-31)
Three days after he reached Rome, Saul Paul called ter gether tha leaders of tha Jews. When all had assembled at his rented house, he began ter try ter convince ’em ’bout tha Sun. Starting with tha Law of Moses and working his way through tha Prophets, he explained and declared tha kingdom of Skipper.
Like be fer, like in other places, some fellers whar convinced. Others refused ter believe. At last Saul Paul made this final statement:
“The Holy Spirit spoke the truth to your ancestors when he said through Isaiah the prophet that you will be ever hearing but never understanding; you will be ever seeing but never perceiving. Therefore I want you to know that God’s salvation has been sent to the Gentiles, and they will listen!”
Indeed some Gentiles did believe and some Gentiles continue ter believe.
Fer two whole years Saul Paul remained ah prisoner in his rented house while awaiting trial fer trumped up charges that be false. Even though tha Jews in Rome ne’er received letters from Judea concerning Saul Paul, nor did anyone come from Judea or Jerusalem ter report or say anything bad about him, ah good many folks continued ter speak ill agin tha Way.
This always be tha way when it comes ter tha Way. Folks with tha veil of tha devil over thar eyes kin ne’er see tha truth of tha Sun and his holiness. Only when tha veil be lifted kin we see tha Sun fer who he be: Skip’s very own boy, tha fullness of Skipper in tha flesh.
Fer two years while in Rome Saul Paul spake boldly and without hinderance. He preached tha kingdom of Skipper and taught about tha Sun. He wrote letters ter tha churches, warning ’em ter ‘ave nothing ter do with blatant sexual immorality, divisive folks, and perverting Skipper’s good spiel. This be tha starch of Saul Paul, a feller who started off by persecuting tha Sun, came about, and became one of his most devote followers.
Tha final command of tha Holy Spirit of Truth be tha same as tha first command: go forth and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit (Matthew 28:19).
Make it yer task ter teach Skip’s truth, preach Skip’s truth, live Skip’s truth.
Do this and some ‘ill listen and turn ter tha Sun and be saved, ya may lay ter that.