Acts 9:28

28 After that he was accepted as one of them, going in and out of Jerusalem with no questions asked, uninhibited as he preached in the Master's name.

Acts 9:28 Meaning and Commentary

Acts 9:28

And be was with them
Peter and James, and the rest of the disciples; he lived with them, conversed with them, and joined with them in all religious exercises; which is signified by his

coming in and going out at Jerusalem;
no one of the apostles or disciples forbidding or hindering him.

Acts 9:28 In-Context

26 Back in Jerusalem he tried to join the disciples, but they were all afraid of him. They didn't trust him one bit.
27 Then Barnabas took him under his wing. He introduced him to the apostles and stood up for him, told them how Saul had seen and spoken to the Master on the Damascus Road and how in Damascus itself he had laid his life on the line with his bold preaching in Jesus' name.
28 After that he was accepted as one of them, going in and out of Jerusalem with no questions asked, uninhibited as he preached in the Master's name.
29 But then he ran afoul of a group called Hellenists - he had been engaged in a running argument with them - who plotted his murder.
30 When his friends learned of the plot, they got him out of town, took him to Caesarea, and then shipped him off to Tarsus.