The book of Acts tells the story of how Jesus' apostles preached the gospel to the world. They were often met with opposition, but they continued to spread the news of Jesus' resurrection. The book ends with the apostles Barnabas and Saul continuing to preach the gospel in different parts of the world.
In the video, it is discussed that Paul was arrested and about to be killed by the Jews. A nephew of Paul's arrived and told the governor what was going on. The governor ordered the man kept in prison, and then he read the letter from the governor to the accused. The accused replied that he knew the governor had been a judge of Jewish affairs for many years, and that this gave him confidence. He goes on to say that the accusations against him are not true, and that he follows the way of the Nazarenes, a sect that worship the God of their ancestors. He admits to following the Jewish law, but denies provoking any riots. The governor asks him to explain his beliefs, and the accused replies that he has hope in God just like the Jews do. The governor then orders him to stand down.
In this video, Paul describes his time after he was shipwrecked and stranded on the island of Malta. The islanders were very kind to him and built a fire for him to warm up. One night, a poisonous snake bit Paul, but he shook it off and was unharmed. The people of the island changed their minds about Paul, and began to believe that he was a god. Paul spent three months in Rome visiting believers and teaching them about Jesus. No one tried to stop him.