“I Appeal to Caesar.”

nt word study

So Paul said, “I stand at Caesar’s judgment seat, where I ought to be judged. To the Jews I have done no wrong, as you very well know.” Acts 25:10 NKJV

I have done no wrong, adikeo, Strong’s # 91: To do an injustice, to act criminally or unrighteously, to violate any human or divine law, to do wrong, to mistreat others.

Adikeo consists of offending legally, general wrongdoing, social injustice, and inflecting hurt or damage on individuals. In his appeal to Caesar, Paul declares his innocence.

Paul’s destiny takes an unexpected turn, standing on his rights as a Roman citizen, Paul appeals to the Roman supreme court, Caesar’s judgement seat. Having been in custody for two years, Paul’s appeal may have been a desperate one, but it will enable him to reach his ultimate destination, Rome, and fulfill Acts 1:8. Paul appeals

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