This question has, at the time of this writing, one VTC as off-topic, "searching for a text." I agree, but the question reminds me of this one which fared very well here and elicited several superb answers. If I can summarize the two questions:
- In Romans 15, Paul says he wants to go to Spain. Did he ever make it? (Biblical sources only are requested.)
- In Acts 15, Paul and Barnabas have a falling out. Were they ever reconciled? (Both biblical and extra-biblical sources are requested.)
In both cases, the OP asks about the outcome of potentialities (implicit or explicit) mentioned in particular texts (possibly historical context1) but ask for biblical (+/- non-biblical) texts to answer (possibly searching for a text).
- Would the first question be on topic if it were not limited to biblical sources?
- Are there other differences between these questions that distinguish their topicality?2, 3
1. But the context would be future relative to the text provided....the Barnabas question does mention Colossians 4:10 to which the reconciliation would indeed be background, but it was apparently not required to be re-worded, "does Colossians 4:10 indicate that ..." which would clearly be on topic.
2.The former may need a little editing to clarify its development and make explicit the assumption about the authorship of 2Tim, but these are things we can help with if if the question is on topic.
3. It's difficult for me to think of a way to search for questions with a similar framework, but please add them if you recall others.
(Apologies for the obscurity of the title. Feel free to edit.)