19Buthadcertainquestionsagainsthimof their ownsuperstition,andofoneJesus, which was dead , whomPaulaffirmed to be alive .
20And because Idoubtedaofsuchmanner of questions, I asked him whether he wouldgotoJerusalem, and there be judgedof these matters.21But when Paul had appealed to be reservedunto the hearingb of Augustus, I commandedhim to be kepttillI might sendhimtoCaesar.22ThenAgrippasaiduntoFestus, I wouldalsohear the manmyself. To morrow , said he, thou shalt hearhim.23
And on the morrow,whenAgrippa was come , andBernice,withgreatpomp,and was enteredinto the place of hearing,withthe chief captains,andprincipalmenof the city,atFestus'commandmentPaul was brought forth .
24AndFestussaid , KingAgrippa,andallmenwhich are here present with us, ye see this man,aboutwhomall the multitude of the Jews have dealt with me,bothatJerusalem,and also here,crying that he oughtnot to live any longer.25But when Ifound that he had committednothingworthy of death,andthat he himself hath appealedtoAugustus, I have determined to sendhim.26Ofwhom I havenocertainthing to write unto my lord.Wherefore I have broughthimforthbeforeyou,andspeciallybeforethee, O kingAgrippa,that, after examinationhad , I might havesomewhat to write .
27For it seemeth to meunreasonable to send a prisoner,and not withal to signify the crimes laid againsthim.