Romans, a Jew, and an Alexandrian 

New Testament: Acts 28.11

To read the Bible in a year, read Acts 28.1–15 on July 29, In the year of our Lord Christ 2022

By Don Ruhl 

The Jews wanted to kill Paul, but the Romans saved him. During the course of a trial, he made an appeal to Caesar. Therefore, the Romans took him to Rome, which was no small endeavor. They had to sail: 

After three months we sailed in an Alexandrian ship whose figurehead was the Twin Brothers, which had wintered at the island.

– Acts 28.11 

They had already traveled much, but they were shipwrecked on an island. They stayed there for three months and finally left for Rome. So Romans took a Jew on a ship from Alexandria, Egypt. It took a lot of effort, but God was behind it and Paul made it to Rome. 

If God wants something to happen in your life, he will do whatever it takes to make it happen! 


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