Cities
Theme
Advice
People
Paul
100

It was outside this city that Paul heard the voice of the risen Christ.

Damascus

100

Christian Conduct (hint: Love is the answer...)

1 Corinthians

100

Onesimus should return to his former master.

Philemon

100

He was Paul's pupil for at least 15 years.

Timothy

100

He was raised a Jew that adhered strictly to the law.

Pharisee

200

This city sits on an isthmus that juts out between two seas. 

Corinth

200

Paul defends his apostleship (hint: trials teach us humility...)

2 Corinthians

200

Love is patient, love is kind

1 Corinthians

200

He remained close to Paul authoring a gospel in Rome. Acts of the Apostles is the second half of his book.

Luke

200

He was born in one of the three great centers of learning in the ancient world.

Tarsus

300

It was the first city Paul found success and it became his home base of operations.

Antioch

300

A joy filled life (hint: its not your circumstances, but your relationship with JC)

Philippians

300

Refrain from living in a "worldly" manner

1 Corinthians

300

Former slave, Paul offers a plea to return to his former master as a freedman.

Onesimus

300

He supplement his missionary work with another occupation that earned him money.

tentmaker

400

He ran into trouble with the silversmiths of this city, when he chastised them for creating craven images.


Ephesus

400

Concern for the Church (hint: do not be idle in waiting)

1 Thessalonians

400

He is the God of all comfort. Once you are comforted, turn around and comfort others.

2 Corinthians

400

He is Paul's friend and former master to Onesimus.

Philemon

400

This status allowed him easier access in and around the empire.

Roman citizen

500

He was imprisoned in this city for two years before being shipped off to Rome to stand trial.

Caesarea Maritima

500

Forgiveness

Philemon

500

Do not get caught unprepared. Knowledge of His return should motivate you to live a holy life and productive life.

1 Thessalonians

500

The Church of Philippi sends him with a contribution to the imprisoned, but he himself nearly succumbs to illness.

Ephaphroditus

500

He is often pictured with these items so that we remember his spreading of the Good News to the Gentiles.

Sword and book

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