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for David is not ascended to heaven: yet he saith himself, "the Lord said to my Lord, sit thou on my right hand,

when Peter addressing himself to her, tell me, said he, have you sold the land for such a price? yes, said she, for so much.

at the second voyage Joseph discover'd himself to his brethren; and Joseph's kindred were made known to Pharaoh.

nay, Simon himself became a proselyte: and after he was baptized, he continued with Philip, and was transported at the sight of the miracles and prodigies which he perform'd.

and the eunuch answered Philip, and said, pray, of whom does the prophet say this? of himself, or of some other?

when Saul was come to Jerusalem, he try'd to associate himself with the disciples: but they were all afraid of him, and could not be persuaded that he was a disciple.

one day about the ninth hour, he clearly saw in a vision an angel of God, who addrest himself to him, and said, Cornelius!

as Peter was coming in, Cornelius met him, and prostrated himself at his feet,

then Cornelius said, it is now four days ago that I was fasting, and while I was at prayers in my house, about the ninth hour, a man in bright attire presented himself before me,

he told us how he had seen an angel, who had presented himself to him, and had said, send to Joppa, to fetch Simon, surnam'd Peter:

when they had pass'd the first and second guard, they came to the iron-gate that leads to the city, which open'd to them of itself: so they went out and pass'd together thro' one street: when all of a sudden the angel quitted Peter. Then coming to himself; now,

he that does all these things, is the Lord himself that has said it." for the works of God are all known to him from the beginning of the world.

the jayler waking, and seeing the prison-doors open, drew his sword, designing to dispatch himself from the apprehension that the prisoners had escaped.

being arriv'd at Ephesus, he left them there, and went himself to the synagogue, where he disputed with the Jews,

he sent therefore Timothy and Erastus, two of his assistants in the ministry, before to Macedonia; but stay'd himself in Asia for some time.

where by appointment Paul was to be taken aboard, designing himself to go thither by land.

immediately those who were going to put him to the question, withdrew: the commander himself being under some apprehension for having order'd him to be bound.

Then Paul directing himself to the council, thus said, "hitherto I have liv'd strictly conscientious, as God knows."

Festus answer'd, that Paul was in custody at Cesarea, where he design'd to be himself e'er long:

thereupon Agrippa told Festus, he himself should be glad to hear the man. to-morrow, said Festus, you shall hear him.

the next day we touch'd at Sidon, where the centurion, who was very civil to Paul, gave him leave to go, and refresh himself at his friends.

and our spirits droop with fasting: when Paul presented himself, and said, "well, my friends, it had been, if I could have prevail'd upon you, to have sav'd your selves all this perplexity and loss by staying at Crete.