And having heard, they were pricked in heart, and said to Peter and the rest of the sent, What shall we do, men, brethren?
And having heard those, they were sawn through their hearts, and they gnashed the teeth upon him.
And they escaping, escaped, and they were on the mountains as doves of the valleys, all of them slain, a man for his iniquity.
And I poured out upon the house of David and upon the inhabitants of Jerusalem the spirit of grace and supplications: and they looked to me whom they pierced, and they mourned for him as mourning for the only begotten, and being embittered for him as being embittered for the first-born.
And publicans came to be immersed, and said to him, Teacher, what shall we do?
And they making war asked him, saying, And what shall do? And he said to them, Shake none violently, neither make slanderous accusation; and be content with your pay.
And they having heard, and being convicted by consciousness, went out one by one, beginning from the eldest even to the last; and Jesus was left alone, and the woman standing in the midst.
And having come, he will convict the world of sin, and of justice, and of judgment:
Men, brethren, this writing must be filled up, which the Holy Spirit spake before by mouth of David concerning Judas, being guide to them having taken Jesus.
And he said, Who art thou, Lord? And the Lord said, I am Jesus, whom thou drivest out: hard for thee to kick against goads.
And having asked for a light, he rushed in, and being trembling, fell before Paul and Silas,
And I said, What shall I do, Lord? And the Lord said to me, Having risen, go to Damascus; and there shall be told thee of all which has been arranged for thee to do.
And he discoursing of justice, and temperance, and judgment about to be, Felix being terrified, answered, Having now, go; having taken time, I will recall thee.
And I was living without law once: and the command having come, sin came back to life, and I died.
And If all prophesy, and any unbelieving, or ignorant private individual come in, he is refuted by all, he is examined by all:
For the word of God living, and effective, and more piercing than any two-mouthed sword, and penetrating even to the division both of soul and spirit, both the joints and marrows, and a critic of the reflections and thoughts of the heart.