Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
And this did she many days. But Paul, being grieved, turned and said to the spirit, I command thee in the name of Jesus Christ to come out of her. And he came out the same hour.
even the priest of Jupiter, whose statue was at the city-gates, brought oxen and garlands there, and together with the people, would have offer'd sacrifice to the apostles.
and Jesus threatned him, be mute, said he, and come out.
then Peter said, silver and gold have I none; but such as I have I give thee: in the name of Jesus Christ the Nazarene, rise up and walk.
Peter said to him, Eneas, Jesus, who is the Messiah, gives thee health: rise, and make your bed your self: upon which he immediately rose.
or aprons that had touch'd his skin, to the distemper'd, they were cured, and the evil spirits came out of the possessed.
Jesus observing the people came crowding to him, rebuked the evil spirit, saying, thou dumb and deaf spirit come out of the child, never to enter more, it is I command it.
they that believe shall be endued with these miraculous gifts: in my name they shall cast out demons: they shall speak new languages:
After this he assembled the twelve apostles, and gave them authority over all sorts of demons, and the power of curing all diseases:
At length the seventy return'd with great joy, saying, Lord, even the demons have been made subject to us by virtue of your name.
and having divested principalitys and powers, he made them an example of obedience, and caus'd them to triumph in Christ.
but he strictly charged them, not to make him known.
(for Jesus had said to him, "come out of the man, thou impure spirit.")
the miracles which God wrought by the ministry of Paul being of such an extraordinary nature, that by applying the handkerchiefs,