Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
Then said the princes and all the people unto the priests and to the prophets; This man is not worthy to die: for he hath spoken to us in the name of the LORD our God.
Then the rulers said to Baruch, Go, hide thee, thou and Jeremiah, and let no man know where ye are.
Now when Ebed-melech the Ethiopian, a eunuch, who was in the king's house, heard that they had put Jeremiah in the dungeon (the king then sitting in the gate of Benjamin),
For if thou altogether keep quiet at this time, then relief and deliverance will arise to the Jews from another place, but thou and thy father's house will perish. And who knows whether thou have not come to the kingdom for such a
When a man's ways please LORD, he makes even his enemies to be at peace with him.
And the governor said, For what evil has he done? But they cried out even more, saying, He should be crucified.
said to them, Ye brought this man to me as turning away the people. And behold, I, having examined him before you, found nothing guilty in this man of what ye accuse against him.
But after standing up in the council, a certain Pharisee named Gamaliel, a law teacher, esteemed by all the people, commanded to make the apostles be outside a little while.
And there developed a great clamor. And some of the scholars of the Pharisees part having risen, they argued vehemently, saying, We find nothing wrong in this man. But if a spirit spoke to him, or a heavenly agent, we should not fi
But I, having understood him to have done nothing worthy of death, and also him, this man, having appealed Augustus I decided to send him.
And having withdrawn, they spoke to each other, saying, This man does nothing worthy of death or of bonds.