In this passage, Porcius Festus, the governor of Judea and Samaria, can't find anything incriminating enough against Paul to warrant special attention from Emperor Nero, so King Agrippa (who is familiar with Jewish customs and affairs) decides to hear Paul's defense. Paul gives His defense, citing his strict Jewish upbringing, history, and convictions, yet challenges them on seeing God's ability to bring back the dead, in regards to Jesus Christ who rose from the dead, to fulfill the prophecies written throughout the Old Testament. Paul rests his case on God's ability to keep his promises, and in this message, Pastor Troy preaches on what that meant then, and what it means for us today.