Acts 25:25

Acts 25:25

But when I found that he had committed nothing worthy of
death
Which was a public testimony of the apostle's innocence, to the great mortification of his enemies, some of whom might be present; a like testimony was given of him by Lysias, ( Acts 23:29 ) .

And that he himself hath appealed unto Augustus;
the Emperor Nero; see ( Acts 25:21 ) .

I have determined to send him;
having had the opinion of his council upon it.

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