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(1.00)Act 25:1

Now three days after Festus arrived in the province, he went up to Jerusalem from Caesarea.

(0.88)Act 25:4

Then Festus replied that Paul was being kept at Caesarea, and he himself intended to go there shortly.

(0.88)Act 25:12

Then, after conferring with his council, Festus replied, “You have appealed to Caesar; to Caesar you will go!”

(0.88)Act 25:13

After several days had passed, King Agrippa and Bernice arrived at Caesarea to pay their respects to Festus.

(0.88)Act 25:22

Agrippa said to Festus, “I would also like to hear the man myself.” “Tomorrow,” he replied, “you will hear him.”

(0.88)Act 26:25

But Paul replied, “I have not lost my mind, most excellent Festus, but am speaking true and rational words.

(0.88)Act 26:32

Agrippa said to Festus, “This man could have been released if he had not appealed to Caesar.”

(0.75)Act 26:24

As Paul was saying these things in his defense, Festus exclaimed loudly, “You have lost your mind, Paul! Your great learning is driving you insane!”

(0.63)Act 24:27

After two years had passed, Porcius Festus succeeded Felix, and because he wanted to do the Jews a favor, Felix left Paul in prison.

(0.63)Act 25:9

But Festus, wanting to do the Jews a favor, asked Paul, “Are you willing to go up to Jerusalem and be tried before me there on these charges?”

(0.63)Act 25:14

While they were staying there many days, Festus explained Paul’s case to the king to get his opinion, saying, “There is a man left here as a prisoner by Felix.

(0.63)Act 25:23

So the next day Agrippa and Bernice came with great pomp and entered the audience hall, along with the senior military officers and the prominent men of the city. When Festus gave the order, Paul was brought in.

(0.50)Act 25:24

Then Festus said, “King Agrippa, and all you who are present here with us, you see this man about whom the entire Jewish populace petitioned me both in Jerusalem and here, shouting loudly that he ought not to live any longer.