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Locations on Paul's first missionary journey

Satellite map locations of places Paul and Barnabas visited.
Contributed by Bible Scenes
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Paul and Barnabas were among the prophets and teachers at the church in Antioch in Syria. The Holy Spirit prompted them to go on a journey to share the gospel with others.<br/>(Acts 13:1-3). – Slide 1
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The two of them set off to the nearby port of Seleucia… – Slide 2
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… and sailed from there to Cyprus. <br/>(Acts 13:4). – Slide 3
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When they arrived at Salamis, they proclaimed the word of God in the Jewish synagogues. John Mark was with them as their helper. <br/>(Acts 13:5). – Slide 4
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They travelled through the whole island until they came to Paphos. – Slide 5
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In Paphos they confronted a Jewish sorcerer and false prophet named Bar-Jesus. <br/>(Acts 13:6-12). – Slide 6
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From Paphos, Paul and his companions sailed to Perga in Pamphylia. – Slide 7
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At Perga John Mark left them to return to Jerusalem. <br/>(Acts 13:13). – Slide 8
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From Perga they went north into Pisidia towards Antioch.  <br/>(Acts 13:14). – Slide 9
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On the Sabbath in Pisidian Antioch they entered the synagogue. Paul was invited to speak to those gathered. <br/>(Acts 13:14-50). – Slide 10
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After shaking the dust off their feet as a warning to the people of Pisidian Antioch, Paul and Barnabas went to Iconium. Here they spent considerable time speaking boldly for the Lord but faced further persecution. <br/>(Acts 14:1-6). – Slide 11
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So, Paul and Barnabas fled to Lystra where a lame man was healed. They rejected the adulation given them insisting glory be given to God. However, they then faced further persecution. Paul was stoned and left for dead. <br/>(Acts 14:7-19). – Slide 12
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The next day Paul and Barnabas left for Derbe where they preached the gospel and won a large number of disciples. <br/>(Acts 14:20-23). – Slide 13
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Paul and Barnabas then returned the way they came. – Slide 14
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Lystra to Iconium. – Slide 15
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And then on to Antioch Antioch in Pisidian. – Slide 16
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Then south to Perga. – Slide 17
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From here they travelled west along the coast to the nearby port of Attalia.  <br/>(Acts 14:24-25). – Slide 18
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From Attalia they sailed east along the coastline … – Slide 19
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… back to the port of Seleucia … – Slide 20
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… then inland to Antioch in Syria where they reported their adventures to the church. <br/>(Acts 14:26-27). – Slide 21
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