In verses 29-32, Paul’s captors agree he shouldn’t be in prison.
In verse 28, Agrippa closes the door to discussing Paul’s invitation to become a Christian.
In verses 25-27, Paul implies that if King Agrippa believes the prophets, then he ought to become a Christian.
In verses 19-24, Felix interrupts Paul’s defense to King Agrippa.
It is likely that what sets him off is Paul’s claim that Messiah would die and rise from the dead.
This is a point of contention today between people with spiritual beliefs and those who do not believe.
In verses 1-3, Paul begins his defense.
Paul compliments Agrippa on his familiarity with Jewish issues.
This must be because his wife is Jewish.
1) Paul defends himself
2) Agrippa interrupts him
3) Paul replies
4) Paul’s audience agrees without an appeal to the Emperor, he could go free
In verses 23-27, Felix welcomes his guests and explains that he needs something to write about the case before sending Paul to the emperor.
In verses 13-22, Felix and King Agrippa discuss the case.