Next 43 Years of the Book of Acts, Acts 18:23

It is now March-April AD53, and we cover the next 43 YEARS of The Early Church starting with a trip of four years.

After a seven months’ rest, Paul started out again on the third missionary trip, which was to take him and his companions four years to complete. In next two to seven images, we will cover the four-year-long missionary trip of Paul.

Paul again visited a number of places he had been before and some new ones also wrote a number of letters which we have in the Bible.

The book of ACTS was written by Luke as History and covers 33 years. Luke wrote Acts about AD68. This covers the period from AD33 to AD62 of the early church history.

Background Reading:

Paul starts on his 3rd missionary trip from Antioch in Syria

18:23 After spending some time there [Antioch in Syria], he departed and went from place to place through the region of Galatia and Phrygia, strengthening all the disciples.
Acts 18:23
Also read Acts 18:24-Acts 21:17


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