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But some of them went to the Pharisees, and told them what Jesus had done.

upon this the chief priests and the Pharisees being assembled in council, said, what shall we do? for this man performs many miracles.

but one of them named Caiaphas, being the high priest at that time, said to them, ye don't know what you are about.

the Pharisees therefore said among themselves, don't you perceive we lose ground? you see what a world of followers attend him.

(this he said to signify what death he should die.)

therefore they could not believe, according to what Esaias said in another place, "he hath blinded their eyes,

then coming to Simon Peter, Peter said to him, Lord, what! would you wash my feet?

after he had washed their feet, he took his garment, and setting down again, he said to them, do you comprehend what I have been doing?

and after he had taken the sop, Satan entred into him. then said Jesus to him, what you do, do quickly.

but the company at table did not know what he meant by saying so.

for as Judas had the purse, some of them thought, that Jesus had ordered him to buy what was necessary against the feast: or give something to the poor.

this is what I have to tell you, for the little time that I am with you.

remember what I told you, "the servant is not greater than his master." if they have persecuted me, they will also persecute you: if they have been spies upon my discourse, they will be so upon yours.

but these things have I told you, that when the time shall come, ye may remember what I now tell you. I did not tell you so much at the beginning, because, I was then to be with you.

are your minds so overwhelm'd with sorrow at what I told you?

then said some of his disciples among themselves, what is the meaning of his saying, "within a little while ye shall not see me: but within a little while ye shall see me again, because I am going to the father?"

now Jesus perceiving that they had a mind to ask him, said to them, are you sollicitous about what I said, "within a little while ye shall not see me: but within a little while ye shall see me again?"

His disciples said to him, what you say now is plain, and not enigmatical.

for every thing that is mine is thine, and what is thine is mine, and I am glorified by them.

why do you question me? ask those who heard me, what discourse I had with them: they know very well what I said.

Pilate therefore went out to them, and said, what crime do you object to this man?

so that what Jesus had said, to signify the death he should die, was actually accomplished.

Pilate answered, am I a Jew? your own nation, and the chief priests have delivered thee up to me: what hast thou done?

what is truth? said Pilate. and upon saying this, he went out again to the Jews, and said to them, I don't find he is guilty of any crime.

Pilate answered, what I have writ, I have writ.

they said therefore among themselves, let us not rent it, but cast lots for it, whose it shall be: so that the scripture was fulfilled, which said, "they parted my raiment among them, and for my vesture they did cast lots." this was what the soldiers actually did.

he that relates this, was an eye-witness of it, and his relation is true: and he is so assured, what he says is true, that you may rely upon it.

then the other disciple, who arriv'd first, went into the cave likewise, and he saw, and believed what Mary had said.

upon seeing him, Peter said to Jesus, Lord, and what shall become of him?

which occasion'd a flying rumour among the brethren, that John should not die: tho' Jesus had not said, he shall not die: but, if I will have him stay till I come, what have you to do with that?

being with them when they were assembled, he order'd they should not depart from Jerusalem, but wait for what the father had promis'd, which, said he, I mention'd.

and they were all amazed, and perplex'd, saying one to another, what can the meaning of this be?

But Peter standing up with the eleven, and raising his voice, said to them, ye men of Judea, and all ye that dwell at Jerusalem, be this known to you, and observe what I say.

but this is the accomplishment of what was said by the prophet Joel,

ye men of Israel attend to what I say; Jesus of Nazareth was a man whom God distinguished among you, by miracles, by prodigies, and signs, which God did by him in the midst of you, as you your selves also know:

and having caused Peter and John to appear, they asked, by what influence, or by what authority have you done this?

since we are this day to be examined about the cure of a cripple, and by what means he was recovered; be it known to you all,

yet seeing the man who was cured standing with them, they could not tell what to reply.

saying, what shall we do to these men? for that indeed a notable miracle hath been done by them is manifest to all that dwell in Jerusalem, and we cannot deny it.

about the space of three hours after, his wife, not knowing what had happen'd, came in.

now while the time was approaching to accomplish what God had sworn to Abraham, the people grew numerous in Egypt,

"make us gods, said they to Aaron, to be our guides: for as for this Moses, who brought us out of the land of Egypt, we know not what is become of him."

Simon answered, do you pray to the Lord for me, that nothing like what you mention may befall me.

Philip ran to him, and hearing him read the prophet Esaias, said, do you understand what you read?

as they pursued their journey, they came to a place of water: and the eunuch said, see, here is water; what should hinder my being baptized?

and he said, who art thou, Lord? and the Lord said, I am Jesus whom thou persecutest: [it is hard for thee to kick against the goad. Then trembling with the fright Saul said, Lord, what wilt thou have me to do? and the Lord said to him,]

and when he looked on him, he was afraid, and said, what is it, Lord? and he said to him, thy prayers and thine alms have been observ'd and approv'd by God.

then Peter went down to the messengers; and said, I am the person you look for: what occasion brought you hither?

they answered, Cornelius the centurion, a man of probity and piety, one that has an universal good character among the Jews, was divinely admonish'd by an holy angel to send for you to his house, to hear what you had to say to him.

for which reason I came without demur, as soon as I knew your message: I ask therefore upon what account you sent for me?

so he went out after the angel without knowing that what the angel had done, was real; but thinking it was all a vision.

said he, I know for certain, that the Lord has sent his angel, and has deliver'd me from the hands of Herod, and from what the Jews were in expectation of.

As soon as it was day, the soldiers were in a world of confusion to know what was become of Peter.

take care then, that what the prophets predicted may not happen to you,

when the Jews saw such a crowd, they were fill'd with resentment, and oppos'd what Paul had advanc'd, even to blasphemy.

When the people saw what Paul had done, they cry'd out in the Lycaonian tongue, the Gods have assum'd a human form, and are descended among us.

when they were arrived, and had assembled the Church, they related what great things God had wrought by them, and how he had opened the door of faith to the Gentiles:

The whole assembly were very silent, whilst Barnabas and Paul related what miracles and prodigies God had wrought among the Gentiles by their ministry.

that you abstain from what has been sacrificed to idols, from blood, from the flesh of strangled animals, and from fornication: you will do well to preserve your selves from these practices. farewel.

Some time after, Paul said to Barnabas, let us return to visit all those cities, where we have preach'd the word of the Lord, to see what condition the brethren are in.

so we took our places, and convers'd with the women, that came there. one of them was nam'd Lydia of Thyatira, a trader in purple, and a Jewish proselyte. she heard us: and the Lord inclin'd her heart to attend to what Paul said.

the serjeants having reported what he said, to their officers, they began to be apprehensive upon hearing they were Romans.

there certain Epicurean and Stoick philosophers encountred him: "what does this mountebank mean?" said some: "he seems to proclaim some strange deitys," said others: because he talk'd to them of Jesus and the resurrection.

One day they conducted him to the Areopagus, and said to him, may we know what this new doctrine is, which you publish?

for what you say sounds so very strange, we should be glad to know what it means.

he had been instructed in the doctrine of the gospel, and being full of zeal, he harangued with great assiduity about what related to Jesus, though he had been only instituted in the baptism of John.

what baptism then, said he, did you receive? they replied, the baptism of John.

in our Lord Jesus Christ. but now I am fix'd in my resolution to go to Jerusalem, without any apprehension of what may befal me there:

you yourselves can witness, that what was necessary for myself and those who were with me, these very hands have supply'd.

after having saluted them, he gave a particular account of what God had wrought by his ministry among the Gentiles.

what then is to be done? they will necessarily be all assembled, for they can't but hear, you are come.

these take, and perform the rites of purification with them, contributing to the expence of having their heads shav'd: this will convince them, what has been reported of you, is all groundless, and that you stick to the observances of the law.

the commander advanc'd, seiz'd him, and order'd to load him with two chains: then demanded who he was, and what he had done.

My brethren, and fathers, pray hear what I have to say for my self.