Sha’ul also began carrying on discussions every Shabbat in the synagogue, where he tried to convince both Jews and Greeks. But after Sila and Timothy arrived from Macedonia, Sha’ul felt pressed by the urgency of the message and testified in depth to the Jews that Yeshua is the Messiah. However when they set themselves against him and began hurling insults, he shook out his clothes and said to them, “Your blood be on your own heads! For my part, I am clean; from now on, I will go to the Goyim!”
There is always a way for the Word to find it’s audience. Sha’ul in keeping with the teaching of the Torah and Tanank tried bringing truth to his fellow Israelites but they were too immersed in traditions to hear truth. Yet Adonai in all his greatness opened the door to the rest of the world so that we might yet be grafted in. Praise God in all things that He gave us His Word, Yeshua, so that we can be saved. Amen.