After bringing them out [of the jail area] he said, "Sirs, what do I have to do to be saved?"
Now when the people heard this message [of Peter and the other apostles, See verse 14], they were convicted [of its truth] in their hearts and said to Peter and the other apostles, "Brothers, what shall we do [about our condemned condition]?"
Then I asked, 'What am I to do, Lord?' And the Lord replied to me, 'Get up, go into Damascus and there you will be told everything [I have] appointed for you to do.'
Then the crowds asked him, "What then must we do [i.e., to demonstrate our repentance]?"
She followed Paul and us, shouting, "These men are servants of the Supreme God and they are proclaiming to you the way to be saved."
"Those persons who show mercy [toward others] will be blessed because they will be shown mercy [themselves].
Do not work for the [kind of] food that spoils, but for the kind that lasts until never ending life. The Son of man will give you this [kind of food], for God the Father has placed His seal [of approval] on Him."
but get up, and enter the city [of Damascus] and [there] you will be told what you must do."
"Gentlemen, why are you doing these things? [Do you not know that] we are also human beings with the same kind of feelings that you have? And we are just bringing you the good news that you should turn away from these useless things [i.e., idol worship] and [turn] to the living God, who created the heavens, the earth, the sea, and everything in them.
After receiving these orders, the jailor threw them into the maximum security cell and had their feet securely fastened in wooden restraints.