The voyage begins, Paul sails for Rome along with 276 other souls. The winds are not favorable on the trip and Paul, fearing a disaster, advises a pause in the journey. Paul’s warning are ignored.
Paul details to Festus and King Agrippa his post-conversion Life. Festus accuses Paul of being crazy. However King Agrippa, being a believer in Old Testament prophecies, is almost convinced. Although in the end he lacks the courage to accept Paul’s challenge.
Undistracted, Paul gives his defense before King Agrippa. Paul recounts his encounter with the resurrected Jesus Christ on the road to Damascus and his miraculous conversion.
Paul appears before Festus who will now hear his case, but he does not want to be tried by the religious leaders in Jerusalem, so Paul appeals to Caesar. Paul also gets the chance to speak to King Agrippa.
Paul Appears before Felix, Paul lays out his defense against his accusers, showing the falsehood of the charges that they have leveled at him. Paul gets to proclaim the gospel to Felix and his wife Drusilla.