2 Corinthians 11:25
Thrice was I beaten with rods, once was I stoned, thrice I suffered shipwreck, a night and a day I have been in the deep;
Note 12 at 2Co 11:25: This beating with rods was a cruel process. Often it was done on the feet, resulting in broken bones. This was a Roman form of punishment and should not have happened to Paul, since he was a Roman citizen (Ac 22:25-26).
Note 13 at 2Co 11:25: Only one of Paul's shipwrecks is reported in the book of Acts (Ac 27:14-44). Just as with all the other persecutions Paul mentioned in this chapter, he endured much more than the Acts account records.
Note 14 at 2Co 11:25: This sounds like Paul was describing sometime when he was adrift in the ocean for a night and a day. The shipwreck recorded in Ac 27 is the closest account we have to something like this, yet it doesn't seem to fit what Paul was describing here. Once again, we have to conclude that much of what Paul endured is not recorded in the book of Acts (see note 7 at 2Co 11:23).