1. Who said to Paul, "Thou are permitted to speak for thyself"?
2. Why was Paul especially pleased that he could speak before king Agrippa about the things he had been accused?
3. What did Paul say the Jews knew, and could testify, if they only would?
4. As far as Paul was concerned, he was now standing and was being "judged for" what?
5. What did Paul say that indicated he did not consider any of the twelve tribes of Israel as "lost tribes"?
6. Paul asked, "Why should it be thought a thing incredible with you, that God should" do what?
7. How extensive and severe was Paulís persecution of the church?
8. When Christianís were put to death, Paul said, "I gave my voice against them"ówhat does "voice" literally mean in the original language of the New Testament?
9. How bright was the light that shined around Paul when Christ appeared to him on the Damascus road?
10. In what language did Christ speak to Paul when he appeared to him?
11. What answer was given to Paulís (Saulís) question, "Who art thou, Lord"?
12. For what two-fold reason (purpose) does Paul give as to why Christ appeared to him?
13. When Paul speaks of "the people" and "the Gentiles" (verses 17 and 23), who are "the people"?
14. Paul said, "Whereupon, O king Agrippa, I was not ___________________ unto the heavenly vision."
15. What did Paul say that he (Paul) had "shewed first unto them of Damascus, and at Jerusalem, and throughout all the coasts of Judaea, and then to the Gentiles" (three things)?
16. Paul said that
he had only spoken what "the prophets and Moses did say should come: That
Christ should _____________ , and that he should be the first that should
__________ from the dead, and should shew _____________ unto the people,
and to the Gentiles."