Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
and 'tis my endeavour to preserve a conscience free from reproach both with respect to God, and with respect to men.
a good man out of the good treasure produces good things: and an evil man, out of the evil treasure, produces evil things.
and he said to him, why do you stile me good? there is but one that is good, that is God. but if you would enter into life, keep the commandments.
There was likewise present a counsellor, named Joseph, a man of probity and justice, one who had never abetted the contrivances and proceedings of the Jews.
and the people were much divided about him: for some said, he is a good man: others said, not at all; but he seduces the people.
now for a wicked man no one would willingly die; but for a benefactor some have readily offer'd to die.
and as the divine assistance accompany'd them, a great number of persons believed and became converts.
did not venture to approach near them. the number of those who believed in the Lord, both men and women, increas'd more and more.
Then the churches in all Judea, Galilee, and Samaria, were unmolested and establish'd, and by their religious conduct, and the assistance of the holy spirit, grew more extensive.