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Chronology of the Life of St. Paul

A. PAUL’S EARLY LIFE - 36-45 A.D.

1. EARLY TRAINING

a. Ancestry and youth  -  Phil 3:4-6

b. Education  -  Acts 22:3


2. SAUL THE PERSECUTOR

a. Stephen’s death  -  Acts 7:57,58

b. General persecutions  -  Acts 8:3


3. PAUL’S CONVERSION, 36 A.D.

a. On the road to Damascus  -  Acts 9:1-9

b. Paul and Anasias  -  Acts 9:10-16


4. DAMASCUS AND ARABIA 37-39 A.D.

a. Paul preaches in the synagogues of Damascus.  -  Acts 9:17-22

b. Paul in Arabis. His return to Damascus and flight to Jerusalem  -  Gal. 1:15-18


5. JERUSALEM

a. Paul’s first visit to Jerusalem to see Peter. He is warned in a vision to depart  -  Gal. 1:17-20


6. CAESAREA, TARSUS, SYRIA AND CILICIA

a. Paul leaves Jerusalem for Caesarea and Tarsus. He preaches in the regions of Syria and Cilicia, 39-43 A.D. , 4 or 5 years  -  Gal. 1:21-24


7. TARSUS AND ANTIOCH

a. Paul’s visions  -  2 Cor. 12:1-4

b. A year in Antioch with Barbanas, 46A.D  -  Acts 11:19-26


8. JERUSALEM AND ANTIOCH

a. Paul’s second visit to Jerusalem, with alms  -  Acts 11:27-30

b. Paul and Barbanas return to Antioch, 47-48 A.D  -  Acts 12:25


B. PAUL’S FIRST MISSIONARY JOURNEY AND FURLOUGH-48 49 A.D.


1. ANTIOCH IN SYRIA

a. Paul and Barbanas preach in the synagogue Acts 19:1-3


2. SELEUCIA AND CYPRESS

a. SALAMIS. Paul and Barbanas preach in the Synagogues  -  Acts. 13:4-5

b. PAPHOS. Sergius Paulus. Elymas the sorcerer. Paul’s change of name  -  Acts. 16:6-12

c. PERGA. In Pamphylia. John Mark forsakes the apostles  -  Acts. 13:13


3. ANTIOCH IN PISIDIA

a. Paul’s address  -  Acts 13:14-41

b. Paul and Barbanas are rejected by the Jews and turn to the Gentiles  -  Acts 13:42-49

c. Paul’s sickness and the kindness of the Galations  -  Gal. 4:13-15

d. The departure from Antioch because of Persecution  -  Acts. 13:50


4. ICONIUM

a. Paul and Barnabas flee to Lystra   -  Acts 14:1


5. LYSTRA

a. Paul heals a lame man. The people deify Paul and Barnabas  -  Acts 14:6-13

b. Paul’s speech  -  Acts 14:14-18

c. Paul is stoned  -  Acts 14:19,20


6. DERBE AND RETURN VISITS

a. Departed to Derbe   -  Acts 14:20

b. Lystra , Iconium , Antioch in Pisidia, Perga  -  Acts 14:21-25


7. PAUL’S COMMENT ON HIS FIRST MISSIONARY JOURNEY  - 
2 Tim 3:10,11


8. ATTALIA TO ANTIOCH IN SYRIA

a. Paul and Barnabas abide a ‘long time’ (two years) in Antioch: 49-50 A.D  -  Acts 14:25-28


GALATIANS WRITTEN FROM ANTIOCH – 49 A.D


C. THE JERUSALEM COUNCIL AND PAUL’S STAY IN ANTIOCH 49 A.D.


1. ANTIOCH

a. Paul and Barnabas are sent to Jerusalem  -  Acts 15:1-3


2. JERUSALEM, PAUL’S THIRD VISIT

a. The formal reception by the Church of the delegates from Antioch  -  Acts 15:4

b. The private interviews of Paul  -  Gal. 2:2-5

c. The meeting of the Council proper  -  Acts 15:6-29

d. The mission of Paul and Barnabas to the Gentiles ratified  -  Gal. 2:3-1


3. ANTIOCH

a. The sojourn of Paul and Barnabas at Antioch ‘some days’  -  Acts 15:30-35

b. The quarrel between Paul and Peter  -  Gal. 2:11-14


D. PAUL’S SECOND MISSIONARY JOURNEY AND FURLOUGH 50-52 A.D.


1. ANTIOCH

a. Paul and Barnabas separate  -  Acts 15:36-39


2. SYRIA AND CILICIA

a. Paul and Silas confirm churches  -  Acts 15:40-4


3. DERBE AND LYSTRA

a. The circumcision of Timothy at Lystra . The Decrees delivered to the churches - Acts 16:1-5


4. PHRYGIA AND GALATIA  - 
Acts 16:6


5. MYSIA AND TROAS

a. Paul’s vision of the man from Macedonia  -  Acts 16:6-9

b. Luke joins Paul as a companion  -  Acts 16:10


6. SAMOTHRACE AND NEAPOLIS
  -  Acts 16:11


7. PHILIPPI

a. The first European church founded  -  Acts 16:12-40


8. AMPHIPOLIS AND APOLLONIA
  -  Acts 17:1


9. THESSALONICA

a. The work begins  -  Acts 17:1-9

b. The work supported  -  Phil. 4:16,1 - Thes.2:9

c. Paul’s bond with them  - 1 Thes. 1:1-8 - 2 Thes. 1:2-7


10. BEREA

a. Paul’s ministry and opposition  -  Acts 17:10-13

b. Paul’s departure  -  Acts 17:14


11. ATHENS

a. Their arrival  -  Acts :17:15

b. The debate  -  Acts 17:16-21

c. The Mars Hill message  -  Acts 17:22-34


12. CORINTH

a. Paul lives with Aquila and Pricilla  -  Acts 18:1-3

b. The conversion of Crispus, Gaius, and ‘the house-hold of Stephanas’  -  Acts 18:5-8; - 1 Cor. 1:14-16 - 1 Cor. 16:15

c. Paul’s vision  -  Acts 18:9-11

d. Paul before Gallio  -  Acts 18:12-18


FIRST THESSALONIANS WRITTEN FROM CORINTH – 51 A.D.


SECOND THESSALONIANS WRITTEN FROM CORINTH – 51 A.D.


13. CENCHREA, EPHESUS, CAESAREA, JERUSALEM & ANTIOCH Acts 18:18-23


E. THIRD MISSIONARY JOURNEY, 53-57 A.D.


1. ANTIOCH, GALATIA, AND PHRYGIA
  -  Acts 18:22-23


2. PAUL IN EPHESUS THREE YEARS
  -  Acts 19:1-41


FIRST CORINTHIANS WRITTEN FROM EPHESUS – 56 A.D.


3. PAUL VISITS CORINTH FOR THE SECOND TIME AND RETURNS TO EPHESUS -
2 Cor. 13:2


4. MACEDONIA AND GREECE 
Acts 20:1-3


SECOND CORINTHIANS WRITTEN FROM MACEDONIA – 56 A.D.


5. THE JOURNEY FROM CORINTH TO JERUSALEM
  -  Acts 20:3-21:16


ROMANS WRITTEN FROM CORINTH – 57 A.D.


F. PAUL’S FIFTH VISIT TO JERUSALEM – 57 A.D.

1. PAUL’S VOW  -  Acts 21:17-16

2. PAUL SEIZED IN THE TEMPLE BY THE JEWS  -  Acts 21:27-39

3. PAUL’S SPEECH TO THE JEWS  -  Acts 21:40/22:29

4. PAUL’S SPEECH BEFORE THE SANHEDRIN  -  Acts 22:30 / 23:9

5. THE CONSPIRACY TO KILL PAUL

a. The plot and its discovery  -  Acts 23:12-22

b. The plan of escape  -  Acts 23:23-33


G. PAUL IN CAESAREA – 57-59 A.D.

1. PAUL’S CONFINEMENT  -  Acts 23:31-35

2. PAUL BEFORE FELIX  -  Acts 24:1-23

3. PAUL’S PRISON LIFE IN CAESAREA  -  Acts 24:24-27

4. PAUL’S TRIAL BEFORE FESTUS  -  Acts 25:1-12

5. PAUL’S TRIAL BEFORE AGRIPPA  -  Acts 25:13/26:32


H. PAUL’S JOURNEY TO ROME AND BACK – 59-60 A.D.

1. DEPARTS CAESAREA  -  Acts 27:1-4

2. MYRA  -  Acts 27:5-7

3. FAIR HAVENS  -  Acts 27:8

4. SHIPWRECK AT MALTA  -  Acts 27:9 / 28:10

5. DEPARTS MALTA  -  Acts 28:11-15

6. ARRIVAL IN ROME  -  Acts 28:16


I. PAUL’S FIRST ROMAN IMPRISONMENT – 60-62 A.D.

1. BELIEVERS IN ROME  -  Romans 16:3-15

2. PAUL MEETS THE CHIEF JEWS OF ROME TWICE  -  Acts 28:16 - 29

3. PAUL LIVES TWO YEARS IN HIS OWN HIRED HOUSE, GUARDED BY A ROMAN SOLDIER  -  Acts 28:30-

4. PAUL’S EXPECTATION OF RELEASE  -  Phil 1:23-27;2:24


EPHESIANS WRITTEN FROM ROME – 60 A.D.


COLLOSSIANS WRITTEN FROM ROME – 61 A.D.


PHILEMON WRITTEN FROM ROME – 61 A.D.


PHILIPPIANS WRITTEN FROM ROME – 62 A.D.


J. FREEDOM FROM BONDAGE – 62-67 A.D.


1. PAUL’S TRAVELS

Ephesus and Macedonia  -  1 Tim 1:3

Crete  -  Titus 1:5

Miletos   -  2 Tim 4:20

Ephesus   -  2 Tim 1:16-18

Troas  -  2 Tim 4:13

Corinth   -  2 Tim 4:20

Nicopolis  -  Titus 3:12


1 TIMOTHY WRITTEN FROM MACEDONIA–62 A,D. TITUS WRITTEN FROM ASIA–66 A.D.


K. PAUL’S SECOND ROMAN IMPRISONMENT – 67-68 A.D.

1. PAUL IS IMP0RISONED AS AN EVIL-DOER  -  2 Tim 2:8-9

2. PAUL’S LONELINESS  -  2 Tim 4:12,20 - 19,10 / 1:15

3. PAUL’S COMPANIONS  -  2 Tim 4:11; 1:16

4. HIS LONGING FOR TIMOTHY AND MARK  -  2 Tim 1:3-4 - 4:9,21

5. PAUL’S TRIAL BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES  -  2 Tim 4:14-18

6. PAUL’S JOYOUS ANTICIPATION OF DEATH  -  I Tim 4:6-8


2 TIMOTHY WRITTEN FROM ROME – 67 A.D.


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About St. Paul
Traveling in St. Paul’s Time    
City of St. Paul
Antioch on the Orontes
Seleucia Pieria
First Journey
Ministry in Antioch - Orontes 
Second Journey
Third Journey
Arrest and Imprisonment
Journey to Rome
Story of Paul and Thecla
St. Paul's Letters
 
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