Paul's final statement in Acts 26:29 is a remarkable example of Christian zeal and genuine Christian courtesy. You don't find anything abrasive, over-zealous, obnoxious or repugnant here. Despite his unjust imprisonment for two long years at Caesarea, he finishes his final speech of self-defense with a personal invitation to Herod Agrippa and others present at the court appearance, to soberly reflect on both his life and his words. Paul's example of dealing with his chains witnessed to Herod Agrippa and it offers us a challenge in our Christian walk even today.
Source: Ashland Theological Journal, 1986. 5 pages.