+ The Jewish elders, and a certain orator, named Tertullus, met to submit their accusations before Felix the Governor. Tertullus' speech was made up of compliments to the Governor, false charges against Paul and the Roman Commander, Claudius. Paul defended himself proving the falsification of those claims and their inability to have one proof. Paul was not only the lawyer but also the judge.
+ God promised that He will give us wisdom, by the Holy Spirit, during our trials.
+ How did this wisdom show up during Paul's trial before the Governor and the Commander?