Acts 3:1

Now Peter and John were going to the Temple at three o'clock one afternoon [Note: Jewish time calculations are employed here], during the regular [Jewish] prayer hour.

Acts 10:30

Cornelius [then] said, "Four days ago, when I was at home, praying at the appointed hour (i.e., three o'clock in the afternoon) [See verse 3], suddenly a man in bright clothing appeared in front of me.

Acts 2:46

And every day they continued to meet together in the Temple [i.e., for teaching and worship]. They were enjoying their meals and the close fellowship they shared in the various homes, and were

Acts 10:3

About three o'clock one afternoon [Note: This is based on Jewish time calculations; if Roman time were employed, it would have been

Acts 10:3

About three o'clock one afternoon [Note: This is based on Jewish time calculations; if Roman time were employed, it would have been

Acts 10:3

About three o'clock one afternoon [Note: This is based on Jewish time calculations; if Roman time were employed, it would have been

Acts 10:3

About three o'clock one afternoon [Note: This is based on Jewish time calculations; if Roman time were employed, it would have been

Acts 10:3

About three o'clock one afternoon [Note: This is based on Jewish time calculations; if Roman time were employed, it would have been

Acts 10:3

About three o'clock one afternoon [Note: This is based on Jewish time calculations; if Roman time were employed, it would have been

Matthew 17:1

And after six days [had passed], Jesus took Peter, James, and his brother John aside and went up into a high mountain [i.e., an unidentified mountain nearby].

Matthew 26:37

He took Peter and the two sons of Zebedee [i.e., James and John] with Him, and [soon] began to be grieved and very distressed.

Luke 1:10

There was a whole crowd of people praying outside because it was the time for burning the incense offering.

Luke 22:8

So, Jesus sent Peter and John [to Jerusalem], saying, "Go and prepare for us to eat the Passover [meal]."

Luke 23:44-46

Now when it was about twelve o'clock noon, darkness came over all the land until three o'clock in the afternoon, for

Luke 24:53

And they were there in the Temple [area] continually praising God [i.e., for the next ten days. See Acts 2].

John 13:23-25

One of Jesus' disciples, [the one] He loved [Note: Probably this was the apostle John] was reclining at the dinner table close to Jesus.

John 20:2-9

So, she ran and came to Simon Peter and to the other disciple, whom Jesus loved [i.e., probably the apostle John], and said to them, "They have taken the Lord out of the tomb and we do not know where they have put Him."

John 21:7

So, that disciple whom Jesus loved [i.e., probably the apostle John] said to Peter, "It is the Lord!" When Simon Peter heard it was the Lord, he wrapped his outer robe around him, (for he [had taken it off and] was wearing only his underclothing) and jumped into the lake.

John 21:18-22

Truly, truly, I tell you [Peter], when you were young you used to fasten your belt around you [i.e., to get ready] and travel wherever you wanted to go. But when you are old, you will stretch out your hands and someone else will tie you up and take you [away] to where you do not want to go."

Acts 4:13

Now when these men saw how boldly Peter and John spoke, and perceived that they were uneducated and [even] ignorant men, they were quite surprised; then they recognized that they had been with Jesus.

Acts 5:25

[Just then] someone came in and said, "Look, the men you put in jail are [now] standing in the Temple teaching people."

Acts 8:14

Now when the apostles in Jerusalem heard that the people of Samaria had responded to the message of God, they sent Peter and John to them.

Galatians 2:9

Also, when they perceived that this [special] favor [of preaching to Gentiles] was granted to me, James, Cephas [i.e., Peter] and John, the highly regarded pillars [i.e., leaders of the church] extended to me and Barnabas their right hands [signifying an agreement] to share [in the preaching of the Gospel], with us going to the Gentiles and they going to the circumcised ones [i.e., Jews].

Treasury of Scripture Knowledge

Summary

Now Peter and John went up together into the temple at the hour of prayer, being the ninth hour.

Bible References

Peter

Acts 4:13
Now when these men saw how boldly Peter and John spoke, and perceived that they were uneducated and [even] ignorant men, they were quite surprised; then they recognized that they had been with Jesus.
Acts 8:14
Now when the apostles in Jerusalem heard that the people of Samaria had responded to the message of God, they sent Peter and John to them.
Matthew 17:1
And after six days [had passed], Jesus took Peter, James, and his brother John aside and went up into a high mountain [i.e., an unidentified mountain nearby].
Matthew 26:37
He took Peter and the two sons of Zebedee [i.e., James and John] with Him, and [soon] began to be grieved and very distressed.
John 13:23
One of Jesus' disciples, [the one] He loved [Note: Probably this was the apostle John] was reclining at the dinner table close to Jesus.
John 20:2
So, she ran and came to Simon Peter and to the other disciple, whom Jesus loved [i.e., probably the apostle John], and said to them, "They have taken the Lord out of the tomb and we do not know where they have put Him."
John 21:7
So, that disciple whom Jesus loved [i.e., probably the apostle John] said to Peter, "It is the Lord!" When Simon Peter heard it was the Lord, he wrapped his outer robe around him, (for he [had taken it off and] was wearing only his underclothing) and jumped into the lake.
Galatians 2:9
Also, when they perceived that this [special] favor [of preaching to Gentiles] was granted to me, James, Cephas [i.e., Peter] and John, the highly regarded pillars [i.e., leaders of the church] extended to me and Barnabas their right hands [signifying an agreement] to share [in the preaching of the Gospel], with us going to the Gentiles and they going to the circumcised ones [i.e., Jews].

Went

Acts 2:46
And every day they continued to meet together in the Temple [i.e., for teaching and worship]. They were enjoying their meals and the close fellowship they shared in the various homes, and were
Acts 5:25
[Just then] someone came in and said, "Look, the men you put in jail are [now] standing in the Temple teaching people."
Luke 24:53
And they were there in the Temple [area] continually praising God [i.e., for the next ten days. See Acts 2].

The hour

Acts 10:3
About three o'clock one afternoon [Note: This is based on Jewish time calculations; if Roman time were employed, it would have been
Luke 1:10
There was a whole crowd of people praying outside because it was the time for burning the incense offering.
Luke 23:44
Now when it was about twelve o'clock noon, darkness came over all the land until three o'clock in the afternoon, for