+ After he bid farewell to the elders of Ephesus, Paul went to Jerusalem. One of his stops was Caesarea where the evangelist, Philip, lived with his four daughters who were prophesying. A prophet called Agabus came and foretold the afflictions that Paul would face in Jerusalem. Everyone tried to convince Paul not to go but he insisted on going there, giving no importance to the persecution for Jesus' sake.
+ Why did Paul insist on going to Jerusalem despite his knowing of the difficulties he would face there?
+ Is there any sacrifice God would ask you to do to serve Him that will make you quit?