Acts 15:1-2,22-29 ; Ap 21:10-14,22-23: Jn 14:23-29.
In 403 BC, Han, one of the Seven Warring States of China, asked the rulers of Wei to dispatch troops to assist it in attacking the state of Zhao. Marquis Wen of Wei declined the request and said: "Because Wei and Zhao are brotherly states, we have signed a pact of mutual nonaggression. Thus, I dare not comply with your request." Upon hearing this the Han messenger left in anger.
When those in Zhao heard what happened, its ruler asked Wei to provide troops to help attack the Han.