Summary about Acts 28:11-31
The Roman Christians come out to greet Paul and, even though he's still a prisoner, Paul is allowed to live by himself there with a soldier. Three days after arriving in Rome, Paul decides to meet with the Jewish leaders in town and tell his story. He says he's been wrongly accused by their fellow Jews and sent to Rome to stand trial. The Jews in Rome have never heard anything bad about him, so they're open to listening to whatever he has to say. That's when Paul is at his most awesome. He sets up a time to meet at his home with a bunch of the Jews in town, and he tells them what he knows about Jesus. Some folks believe him and some think he's is crazy. Before they leave, Paul quotes Isaiah 6:9-10. He tells them that God knew they wouldn't believe all the good things he had to tell them.
Paul was allowed to stay by himself with a Roman soldier.
“Brothers, though I had done nothing against our people or the customs of our fathers, yet I was delivered as a prisoner from Jerusalem into the hands of the Romans. For this reason, therefore, I have asked to see you and speak with you.
After three days he called together the local leaders of the Jews
They set a date with Saul to explain his ideas. From morning till evening he expounded to them, testifying to the kingdom of God and trying to convince them about Jesus both from the Law of Moses and from the Prophets.
Some believed him and others thought he was crazy. They all left arguing.
I believe him.
For two years Paul lived in a place he rented for himself, and there he welcomed all who can to see him.
Paul preached about the Good News and Jesus Christ. He proclaimed the Kingdom of God to the Gentiles.