"For the kinga1knowsaboutthese matters, and I speak to him also with confidence, since I am persuaded that none of thesethingsescape his notice; for this has not beendone in a bcorner.
27"KingAgrippa, do you believe the Prophets? I know that you cdo."
28Agrippa replied to Paul, "dIn a shorttime you ewill persuade me to fbecome a 2Christian."
And Paul said, "gI wouldwish to God, that whetherhin a shortorlongtime, not only you, but alsoall who hear me thisday, might becomesuch as I am, except for these3chains."
304The kingstood up and the governor and Bernice, and those who were sitting with them,
and when they had goneaside, they began talking to oneanother, saying, "5Thisman is not doinganythingworthy of deathoriimprisonment."
And Agrippasaid to Festus, "Thismanmight have been6setfreeif he had not 7appealed to Caesar."