The Governor Delayed (Acts 24:24-26)

If you were to spend any amount of time around the Apostle Paul then you could almost certainly make the claim that you were well aware of the Gospel story and your need for obedience. The governor of Judea, Felix, kept Paul within his custody for two years, but unfortunately the Scripture reveals to us that he continually delayed any sort of positive response to the Gospel. This lesson looks at what Luke records for us concerning Paul's interactions with Felix, the governor's delaying, and some important lessons we can learn from this story within the book of Acts. 

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