Paul’s First Missionary Journey
Acts 13, 14
1. Where did Barnabas and Paul go to begin their missionary labors?
To the island of Cyprus, the home of Barnabas, taking John Mark with them.
2. Who opposed Paul at Paphos?
Bar-jesus, who was smitten with blindness when he tried to turn the governor from the faith. Acts 13:4-12
3. Where did Paul and Barnabas go from Cyprus?
To Asia Minor, where John Mark forsook them at Perga.
4. What did Paul emphasize in his preaching to the Jews at Antioch in Pisidia?
That the risen Christ was the fulfillment of the Old Testament Scriptures.
5. What was the fruit of the preaching of Paul and Barnabas in Antioch of Pisidia?
Large multitudes came to hear them, but the Jews were provoked to envy and opposition.
6. What assurance did Paul and Barnabas have even though they were opposed by the Jews?
That as many as were ordained to eternal life would believe. Acts 13:48
7. What was the fruit of the preaching of Paul and Barnabas in Iconium?
It was so blessed that a great number of Jews and Greeks believed.
8. What compelled Paul and Barnabas to leave Iconium?
The unbelieving Jews stirred up persecution against them.
9. What happened to Paul and Barnabas at Lystra and Derbe?
The people first tried to worship them as gods, and later rejected and stoned Paul.
10. What did Paul and Barnabas do on their way back to Antioch?
They visited the churches that had been established, strengthened them in the faith, and ordained elders in every church. Acts 14:21-23