PAUL'S SECOND MISSIONARY JOURNEY
On His second missionary journey, Paul was accompanied by Silas. They were joined later by Timothy at Lystra. Involved in a disagreement with Paul, Barnabus and Mark went to the island of Cypress. When Paul reached Troas, a city on the Aegean sea, he received a vision to go to Macedonia. In Athens Paul preached about the 'unknown God'. He stayed in Corinth about a year and a half where he worked at his trade as a tentmaker while preaching every sabbath. Upon his return to Caesarea, he went to Jerusalem to make a report of his work to the other apostles, and then returned to the hellenistic Christian base at Antioch.
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