Were two years of Paul’s life wasted as he sat in prison in Caesarea? He wrote no epistles during that time. C.I. Scofield points out that perhaps those years were used by the Holy Spirit to reveal the “crowning revelations” Paul would write about later. These, Scofield says, could not be made apart from “deep meditation, demanding quietness, and earnest seeking.” Paul had an opportunity for each of those in Caesarea.