And he reasoned in the synagogue every Sabbath, and persuaded both Jews and Greeks.
Paul’s preaching in Athens appears to not have borne much fruit (Acts 17:32-34), but when he came to Corinth, God let him know “I have many people in this city” (Acts 18:10).
Paul worked during the week as a tentmaker alongside Aquila, but every Sabbath he preached and persuaded both those of Jewish background and those who weren’t Jewish (the Greeks or gentiles).
The Bible consistently shows Paul and the other apostles and the New Testament Church continued to observe the seventh-day Sabbath as their day of worship. For more on this, see our article “Did Paul Change the Sabbath Command?”