During the first missionary journey, Paul and Barnabas visited the city of Lystra in the area known as Lycaonia. They found a lame man and healed him. The Lystrans were amazed and concluded that this could have been done only by a god! So they called Barnabas Jupiter and Paul Mercury. The priest of Jupiter brought oxen and garland to the city gate to offer sacrifices to these gods come down in the likeness of men. Paul and Barnabas ran among them and barely kept them for worshipping them! Paul preached to them about the living God.
The pages illustrate the following points:
Lifted up voices
Likeness of men
Led oxen out
6 8.5" x 11" pieces and an "L" 10" x 16"