At one point in his first century missionary journeys around the Mediterranean, the Apostle Paul became convinced he should visit the Roman province of Bythinia. However, the Book of Acts tells us that Paul couldnt go there because the spirit of Jesus would not let him. Instead of going where he planned to go, Paul found himself in a place called Troas a place he had neither wanted nor planned to visit. Is it possible we all find ourselves in Troas from time to time places and situations where we dont want to be. What do we do when we end up there. What helped Paul to find a new direction, and does that tell us anything for our lives today when we find ourselves spending time in Troas?