Thematic Bible




Thematic Bible



And, laying hold of him by the right hand, he raised him up; and, instantly, were his feet and ankles strengthened; -

Moreover even the throng of the cities all round Jerusalem was coming together, bearing sick folk, and such as were harassed by impure spirits, - who, indeed, were being cured, one and all.

And Peter said unto him - Aeneas! Jesus Christ healeth thee! Arise, and smooth thy bed for thyself. And, straightway, he arose.

Said, with a loud voice - Stand up on thy feet, erect! And he sprang up, and began to walk about.

And, this, she continued to do for many days. But Paul, worn out, and turning unto the spirit, said - I charge thee, in the name of Jesus Christ, to come out from her. And it came out the same hour.

so that, even unto the sick, were being carried from his body, handkerchiefs or aprons, and the diseases were departing from them, and, the wicked spirits, were going out.

And it so happened that, the father of Publius, with feverish heats and dysentery distressed, was lying prostrate: unto whom Paul entering in and praying, laid his hands on him, and healed him.


And it came to pass, as we were on our way unto the place of prayer, a certain damsel, having a spirit of Python, met us, - who, indeed, much gain, was presenting unto her masters, by divining. The same, following after Paul and us, kept crying aloud, saying - These men, are servants of the Most High God, - who, indeed, are declaring unto you a way of salvation. And, this, she continued to do for many days. But Paul, worn out, and turning unto the spirit, said - I charge thee, in the name of Jesus Christ, to come out from her. And it came out the same hour. read more.
And, her masters, seeing that their hope of gain had gone out, laying hold on Paul and Silas, dragged them into the market-place, unto the rulers; and, leading them forward unto the magistrates, said - These men, are exceedingly troubling our city, they, being Jews, And are declaring customs, which it is not allowable for us either to accept or to observe, being Romans. And the multitude rose up together against them, and, the magistrates, rending off them their mantles, were giving orders to beat them with rods; and, laying upon them many stripes, they thrust them into prison, charging the prison-keeper, safely, to be keeping them: who, a charge like this receiving, thrust them into the inner prison, and, their feet, made he fast in the stocks. And, at midnight, Paul and Silas, being at prayer, began singing praise unto God; and the prisoners unto them, did hearken. And, suddenly, a great earthquake took place, - so that the foundations of the prison were shaken, and all the doors were instantlyset open, and the bonds of all were unfastened. And, the prison-keeper, being wakened and seeing that the doors of the prison had been opened, drawing his sword, was about to kill himself, supposing the prisoners to have fled. But Paul called out with a loud voice, saying - By no means, do thyself harm, for we are, one and all, here.



And, this, she continued to do for many days. But Paul, worn out, and turning unto the spirit, said - I charge thee, in the name of Jesus Christ, to come out from her. And it came out the same hour.



In that day, In my name, shall ye ask: - and I say not that, I, will request the Father for you;


But Peter said - Silver and gold, have none, but, what I have, the same, unto thee do give: - In the name of Jesus Christ the Nazarene, Walk!

And, by the faith of his name, unto this man whom ye see and know, hath his name given strength, - yea, the faith which is through him, hath given unto him this perfect soundness, over against you all!

Be it known unto you all, and unto all the people of Israel: that, in the name of Jesus Christ the Nazarene, - whom, ye, crucified, whom, God, raised from among the dead, in him, doth, this man stand by, in your presence, whole.




And, this, she continued to do for many days. But Paul, worn out, and turning unto the spirit, said - I charge thee, in the name of Jesus Christ, to come out from her. And it came out the same hour.



In that day, In my name, shall ye ask: - and I say not that, I, will request the Father for you;


But Peter said - Silver and gold, have none, but, what I have, the same, unto thee do give: - In the name of Jesus Christ the Nazarene, Walk!

And, by the faith of his name, unto this man whom ye see and know, hath his name given strength, - yea, the faith which is through him, hath given unto him this perfect soundness, over against you all!

Be it known unto you all, and unto all the people of Israel: that, in the name of Jesus Christ the Nazarene, - whom, ye, crucified, whom, God, raised from among the dead, in him, doth, this man stand by, in your presence, whole.



Moreover even the throng of the cities all round Jerusalem was coming together, bearing sick folk, and such as were harassed by impure spirits, - who, indeed, were being cured, one and all.

And, this, she continued to do for many days. But Paul, worn out, and turning unto the spirit, said - I charge thee, in the name of Jesus Christ, to come out from her. And it came out the same hour.

so that, even unto the sick, were being carried from his body, handkerchiefs or aprons, and the diseases were departing from them, and, the wicked spirits, were going out.

Then, answering, Jesus said to her - O woman! great, is, thy faith! Be it, done, for thee, as thou desirest. And her daughter was healed, from that hour.


And the impure spirit, tearing him, and calling out with a loud voice, came forth out of him;

And he said unto them, Withdraw! So, they, going out, departed into the swine, - and lo! all the herd rushed down the cliff, into the sea, and died in the waters.


and he cured many that were sick with divers diseases, and, many demons, he cast out, and suffered not the demons to be talking, - because they knew him to be Christ.

and certain women, who had been cured from evil spirits and infirmities, - Mary, the one called Magdalene, from whom seven demons had gone forth,


so that, even unto the sick, were being carried from his body, handkerchiefs or aprons, and the diseases were departing from them, and, the wicked spirits, were going out.

And it came to pass, as we were on our way unto the place of prayer, a certain damsel, having a spirit of Python, met us, - who, indeed, much gain, was presenting unto her masters, by divining. The same, following after Paul and us, kept crying aloud, saying - These men, are servants of the Most High God, - who, indeed, are declaring unto you a way of salvation. And, this, she continued to do for many days. But Paul, worn out, and turning unto the spirit, said - I charge thee, in the name of Jesus Christ, to come out from her. And it came out the same hour.


Moreover even the throng of the cities all round Jerusalem was coming together, bearing sick folk, and such as were harassed by impure spirits, - who, indeed, were being cured, one and all.

And, this, she continued to do for many days. But Paul, worn out, and turning unto the spirit, said - I charge thee, in the name of Jesus Christ, to come out from her. And it came out the same hour.

so that, even unto the sick, were being carried from his body, handkerchiefs or aprons, and the diseases were departing from them, and, the wicked spirits, were going out.

Then, answering, Jesus said to her - O woman! great, is, thy faith! Be it, done, for thee, as thou desirest. And her daughter was healed, from that hour.


And the impure spirit, tearing him, and calling out with a loud voice, came forth out of him;

And he said unto them, Withdraw! So, they, going out, departed into the swine, - and lo! all the herd rushed down the cliff, into the sea, and died in the waters.


and he cured many that were sick with divers diseases, and, many demons, he cast out, and suffered not the demons to be talking, - because they knew him to be Christ.

and certain women, who had been cured from evil spirits and infirmities, - Mary, the one called Magdalene, from whom seven demons had gone forth,


And, laying hold of him by the right hand, he raised him up; and, instantly, were his feet and ankles strengthened; -

Moreover even the throng of the cities all round Jerusalem was coming together, bearing sick folk, and such as were harassed by impure spirits, - who, indeed, were being cured, one and all.

And Peter said unto him - Aeneas! Jesus Christ healeth thee! Arise, and smooth thy bed for thyself. And, straightway, he arose.

Said, with a loud voice - Stand up on thy feet, erect! And he sprang up, and began to walk about.

And, this, she continued to do for many days. But Paul, worn out, and turning unto the spirit, said - I charge thee, in the name of Jesus Christ, to come out from her. And it came out the same hour.

so that, even unto the sick, were being carried from his body, handkerchiefs or aprons, and the diseases were departing from them, and, the wicked spirits, were going out.

And it so happened that, the father of Publius, with feverish heats and dysentery distressed, was lying prostrate: unto whom Paul entering in and praying, laid his hands on him, and healed him.


And, laying hold of him by the right hand, he raised him up; and, instantly, were his feet and ankles strengthened; -

Moreover even the throng of the cities all round Jerusalem was coming together, bearing sick folk, and such as were harassed by impure spirits, - who, indeed, were being cured, one and all.

And Peter said unto him - Aeneas! Jesus Christ healeth thee! Arise, and smooth thy bed for thyself. And, straightway, he arose.

Said, with a loud voice - Stand up on thy feet, erect! And he sprang up, and began to walk about.

And, this, she continued to do for many days. But Paul, worn out, and turning unto the spirit, said - I charge thee, in the name of Jesus Christ, to come out from her. And it came out the same hour.

so that, even unto the sick, were being carried from his body, handkerchiefs or aprons, and the diseases were departing from them, and, the wicked spirits, were going out.

And it so happened that, the father of Publius, with feverish heats and dysentery distressed, was lying prostrate: unto whom Paul entering in and praying, laid his hands on him, and healed him.


Moreover even the throng of the cities all round Jerusalem was coming together, bearing sick folk, and such as were harassed by impure spirits, - who, indeed, were being cured, one and all.

And, this, she continued to do for many days. But Paul, worn out, and turning unto the spirit, said - I charge thee, in the name of Jesus Christ, to come out from her. And it came out the same hour.

so that, even unto the sick, were being carried from his body, handkerchiefs or aprons, and the diseases were departing from them, and, the wicked spirits, were going out.

Then, answering, Jesus said to her - O woman! great, is, thy faith! Be it, done, for thee, as thou desirest. And her daughter was healed, from that hour.


And the impure spirit, tearing him, and calling out with a loud voice, came forth out of him;

And he said unto them, Withdraw! So, they, going out, departed into the swine, - and lo! all the herd rushed down the cliff, into the sea, and died in the waters.


and he cured many that were sick with divers diseases, and, many demons, he cast out, and suffered not the demons to be talking, - because they knew him to be Christ.

and certain women, who had been cured from evil spirits and infirmities, - Mary, the one called Magdalene, from whom seven demons had gone forth,


Moreover even the throng of the cities all round Jerusalem was coming together, bearing sick folk, and such as were harassed by impure spirits, - who, indeed, were being cured, one and all.

And, this, she continued to do for many days. But Paul, worn out, and turning unto the spirit, said - I charge thee, in the name of Jesus Christ, to come out from her. And it came out the same hour.

so that, even unto the sick, were being carried from his body, handkerchiefs or aprons, and the diseases were departing from them, and, the wicked spirits, were going out.

Then, answering, Jesus said to her - O woman! great, is, thy faith! Be it, done, for thee, as thou desirest. And her daughter was healed, from that hour.


And the impure spirit, tearing him, and calling out with a loud voice, came forth out of him;

And he said unto them, Withdraw! So, they, going out, departed into the swine, - and lo! all the herd rushed down the cliff, into the sea, and died in the waters.


and he cured many that were sick with divers diseases, and, many demons, he cast out, and suffered not the demons to be talking, - because they knew him to be Christ.

and certain women, who had been cured from evil spirits and infirmities, - Mary, the one called Magdalene, from whom seven demons had gone forth,


And, laying hold of him by the right hand, he raised him up; and, instantly, were his feet and ankles strengthened; -

Moreover even the throng of the cities all round Jerusalem was coming together, bearing sick folk, and such as were harassed by impure spirits, - who, indeed, were being cured, one and all.

And Peter said unto him - Aeneas! Jesus Christ healeth thee! Arise, and smooth thy bed for thyself. And, straightway, he arose.

Said, with a loud voice - Stand up on thy feet, erect! And he sprang up, and began to walk about.

And, this, she continued to do for many days. But Paul, worn out, and turning unto the spirit, said - I charge thee, in the name of Jesus Christ, to come out from her. And it came out the same hour.

so that, even unto the sick, were being carried from his body, handkerchiefs or aprons, and the diseases were departing from them, and, the wicked spirits, were going out.

And it so happened that, the father of Publius, with feverish heats and dysentery distressed, was lying prostrate: unto whom Paul entering in and praying, laid his hands on him, and healed him.


And, laying hold of him by the right hand, he raised him up; and, instantly, were his feet and ankles strengthened; -

Moreover even the throng of the cities all round Jerusalem was coming together, bearing sick folk, and such as were harassed by impure spirits, - who, indeed, were being cured, one and all.

And Peter said unto him - Aeneas! Jesus Christ healeth thee! Arise, and smooth thy bed for thyself. And, straightway, he arose.

Said, with a loud voice - Stand up on thy feet, erect! And he sprang up, and began to walk about.

And, this, she continued to do for many days. But Paul, worn out, and turning unto the spirit, said - I charge thee, in the name of Jesus Christ, to come out from her. And it came out the same hour.

so that, even unto the sick, were being carried from his body, handkerchiefs or aprons, and the diseases were departing from them, and, the wicked spirits, were going out.

And it so happened that, the father of Publius, with feverish heats and dysentery distressed, was lying prostrate: unto whom Paul entering in and praying, laid his hands on him, and healed him.


And, this, she continued to do for many days. But Paul, worn out, and turning unto the spirit, said - I charge thee, in the name of Jesus Christ, to come out from her. And it came out the same hour.

But Peter said - Silver and gold, have none, but, what I have, the same, unto thee do give: - In the name of Jesus Christ the Nazarene, Walk!

And, by the faith of his name, unto this man whom ye see and know, hath his name given strength, - yea, the faith which is through him, hath given unto him this perfect soundness, over against you all!

Be it known unto you all, and unto all the people of Israel: that, in the name of Jesus Christ the Nazarene, - whom, ye, crucified, whom, God, raised from among the dead, in him, doth, this man stand by, in your presence, whole.


And Peter, seeing it, made answer unto the people: - Ye men of Israel! Why marvel ye at this man? Or, upon us, why are ye intently looking, as though, by our own power or godliness, we had made him walk? The God of Abraham and Isaac and Jacob, - the God of our fathers, hath glorified his servant Jesus: - whom, ye, indeed, delivered up and denied to Pilate's, face when he had adjudged to release him;

And Peter said unto him - Aeneas! Jesus Christ healeth thee! Arise, and smooth thy bed for thyself. And, straightway, he arose. And all who dwelt in Lydda and Saron, saw him, - and, they, turned unto the Lord.


And, this, she continued to do for many days. But Paul, worn out, and turning unto the spirit, said - I charge thee, in the name of Jesus Christ, to come out from her. And it came out the same hour.

Mighty works, also, not the ordinary, God was working through the hands of Paul; so that, even unto the sick, were being carried from his body, handkerchiefs or aprons, and the diseases were departing from them, and, the wicked spirits, were going out.

And it so happened that, the father of Publius, with feverish heats and dysentery distressed, was lying prostrate: unto whom Paul entering in and praying, laid his hands on him, and healed him. And, when this happened, the rest also, even they in the island who were sick, were coming in and getting cured;


And, this, she continued to do for many days. But Paul, worn out, and turning unto the spirit, said - I charge thee, in the name of Jesus Christ, to come out from her. And it came out the same hour.

Mighty works, also, not the ordinary, God was working through the hands of Paul;


And, this, she continued to do for many days. But Paul, worn out, and turning unto the spirit, said - I charge thee, in the name of Jesus Christ, to come out from her. And it came out the same hour.


And, after certain days, Paul, said unto Barnabas - Let us now return, and visit the brethren in every city in which we have declared the word of the Lord, and see how they are. And, Barnabas, was minded to take with them John also, called Mark; but Paul deemed it right, as to him who had withdrawn from them, back from Pamphylia, and had not gone with them unto the work, not to be taking with them, this, man. read more.
And there arose an angry feeling, so that they separated one from the other: and, Barnabas, taking Mark, sailed away unto Cyprus, - whereas, Paul, choosing Silas, went forth, committed unto the favour of the Lord by the brethren, and proceeded to pass through Syria and Cilicia, confirming the assemblies. And he came even unto Derbe, and unto Lystra; and lo! a certain disciple, was there, by name Timothy, son of a believing Jewish woman, but whose father was a Greek, - who was well-attested by the brethren in Lystra, and Iconium. The same, would Paul have go forth with him, and took and circumcised him, on account of the Jews who were in those places; for they one and all knew that, his father, was, a Greek. And, as they passed through the cities, they were delivering unto them, for observance, the decrees which had been decided upon by the Apostles and Elders who were in Jerusalem. The assemblies, therefore, were being confirmed in the faith, and increasing in number, every day. And they passed through the Phrygian and Galatian country, being forbidden by the Holy Spirit to speak the word in Asia; but, coming along Mysia, they were attempting to journey into Bithynia, - and, the Spirit of Jesus, suffered them not; but, passing by Mysia, they came down unto Troas. And, a vision, by night, unto Paul appeared: - A man of Macedonia, there was, standing and beseeching him, and saying - Come over into Macedonia, and bring us succour! Now, when, the vision, he had seen, straightway, we sought to go forth unto Macedonia, concluding that God, had summoned us to tell the glad tidings unto them. Setting sail, therefore, from Troas, we ran straight into Samothracia, and, on the morrow, unto New City, and, from thence, unto Philippi, - which, indeed, is the first city of the part of Macedonia - a colony. And we were, in this city, spending certain days; and on the day of rest, we went forth outside the gate, beside a river, where we supposed there was a place of prayer, - and, sitting down, we went on to speak unto the women who had come together. And, a certain woman, by name Lydia, a seller of purple, of the city of Thyatira, devout towards God, was hearkening, whose heart, the Lord, fully opened, to be giving heed unto the things being spoken by Paul. And, when she was immersed, and her house, she besought us , saying - If ye have judged me to be a believer in the Lord, come into my house, and abide there . And she constrained us. And it came to pass, as we were on our way unto the place of prayer, a certain damsel, having a spirit of Python, met us, - who, indeed, much gain, was presenting unto her masters, by divining. The same, following after Paul and us, kept crying aloud, saying - These men, are servants of the Most High God, - who, indeed, are declaring unto you a way of salvation. And, this, she continued to do for many days. But Paul, worn out, and turning unto the spirit, said - I charge thee, in the name of Jesus Christ, to come out from her. And it came out the same hour. And, her masters, seeing that their hope of gain had gone out, laying hold on Paul and Silas, dragged them into the market-place, unto the rulers; and, leading them forward unto the magistrates, said - These men, are exceedingly troubling our city, they, being Jews, And are declaring customs, which it is not allowable for us either to accept or to observe, being Romans. And the multitude rose up together against them, and, the magistrates, rending off them their mantles, were giving orders to beat them with rods; and, laying upon them many stripes, they thrust them into prison, charging the prison-keeper, safely, to be keeping them: who, a charge like this receiving, thrust them into the inner prison, and, their feet, made he fast in the stocks. And, at midnight, Paul and Silas, being at prayer, began singing praise unto God; and the prisoners unto them, did hearken. And, suddenly, a great earthquake took place, - so that the foundations of the prison were shaken, and all the doors were instantlyset open, and the bonds of all were unfastened. And, the prison-keeper, being wakened and seeing that the doors of the prison had been opened, drawing his sword, was about to kill himself, supposing the prisoners to have fled. But Paul called out with a loud voice, saying - By no means, do thyself harm, for we are, one and all, here. And, asking for a light, he sprang in, and becoming, agitated, fell down unto Paul and Silas, and, leading them forth outside, said - Sirs! what must I be doing, that I may be saved? And, they, said - Believe on the Lord Jesus, and thou shalt be saved, thou, and thy house. And they spake unto him the word of God, with all who were in his house. And, taking them with him, in that hour of the night, he bathed them from their stripes, and was immersed, he, and his, one and all, on the spot; and, leading them up into his house, he set near a table, - and exulted, having, with all his house, believed in God. And. when day came. the magistrates sent off the constables saying - Let those men go! And the prison-keeper reported the words unto Paul - The magistrates have sent, that ye be let go. Now, therefore, going forth, be taking your journey in peace. But, Paul, said unto them - Beating us, in public, uncondemned, men that are Romans, they thrust us into prison; - and, now, by stealth, are they thrusting us forth? Nay, verily! but let them come, themselves, and lead us out! And the constables reported unto the magistrates these words; and they were struck with fear, when they heard that they were, Romans; and came, and besought them, and, leading them out, went on to request them to depart from the city. And so, coming forth from the prison, they went unto Lydia, and, seeing the brethren, they comforted them, and went forth. And, travelling through Amphipolis and Apollonia, they came to Thessalonica, where was a synagogue of the Jews; and, according to Paul's custom, he went in unto them, and, for three sabbaths, reasoned with them from the Scriptures, - opening up, and setting forth, that it was needful for, the Christ, to suffer, and to arise from among the dead; and saying , This, is the Christ, - Jesus, whom, I, am declaring unto you. And, some from among them, were persuaded, and cast in their lot with Paul and Silas; also, of the devout Greeks, a great throng, and, of the chief women, not a few. But the Jews, being, jealous, and taking unto themselves certain wicked men, of the rabble, and making a riot, were setting the city in an uproar; and, besieging the house of Jason, were seeking to lead them forth unto the populace, - and, not finding them, they began dragging Jason and certain brethren unto the city-rulers, shouting - They who have thrown the inhabited earth into confusion, the same, hither also, are come, - unto whom Jason hath given welcome; and, these all, contrary to the decrees of Caesar, are acting, - saying that there is another king, Jesus. And they troubled the multitude and the city-rulers, when they heard these things; and, taking security from Jason and the rest, they let them go. But, the brethren, straightway, during the night, sent away both Paul and Silas unto Beroea, who, indeed, arriving, unto the synagogue of the Jews, went off; and, these, were more noble than those in Thessalonica, in that they welcomed the word with all readiness of mind, daily, searching the Scriptures, - whether these things could be so. Many, therefore, from among them, believed, and, of the Grecian women of the higher class, and of men, not a few. But, when the Jews from Thessalonica came to know that, in Beroea also, had the word of God been declared by Paul, they came thither also, stirring up and troubling the multitudes. Howbeit, then, immediately, the brethren sent away, Paul, to be journeying as far as unto the sea; and both Silas and Timothy stayed behind, there. But, they who were conducting Paul, brought him as far as Athens, and, receiving a commandment unto Silas and Timothy, that with, all possible speed, they would come unto him, they departed. But, while, in Athens, Paul was expecting them, his spirit within him was being urged on, seeing how the city was given to idols. So then, he began reasoning in the synagogue with the Jews, and with them who worshipped; and, in the market-place, every day, with them who happened to be at hand. But, certain both of the Epicurean and of the Stoic philosophers, were encountering him; and some were saying - What might this picker-up-of-scraps wish to be saying? And, others - Of foreign demons, he seemeth to be a declarer: because, of Jesus and the Resurrection, he was announcing the joyful tidings. And so, laying hold of him, they brought him up, to the Hill of Mars, saying - Can we get to know what this new teaching is, which, by thee, is being spoken. For, certain foreign things, art thou bringing into our hearing: We are minded to get to know, therefore, what these things please to be! Now, all Athenians and the sojourning foreigners, unto nothing else, were devoting their leisure, than to be telling or hearing, something newer. And Paul taking his stand in the midst of the Hill of Mars, said - Ye men of Athens! In every way, how unusually reverent of the demons ye are, I perceive. For, passing through, and carefully observing your objects of devotion, I found an altar also, in which was inscribed - Unto an Unknown God. What, therefore, not knowing, ye reverence, the same, do, I, declare unto you. The God that made the world and all things that are therein, the same, being, Lord, of heaven and earth, not in hand-made shrines, doth dwell, nor, by human hands, is waited upon, as though in want of anything, himself, giving unto all life and breath and all things; he made also, of one, every nation of men to dwell upon all the face of the earth, - marking out fitting opportunities, and the bounds of their dwelling place, that they might be seeking God - if, after all, indeed, they might feel after him and find him, - although, in truth, he is already not far from any one of us. For, in him, we live and move and are: as, even some of your own poets, have said - For, his offspring also, we are. Being, then, offspring, of God, we ought not to be supposing that, unto gold or silver or stone, graven by art and device of man, the Divine, is like. The times of ignorance, therefore, overlooking, God, as things now are, is charging all men everywhere to repent, inasmuch as he hath appointed a day, in which he is about to be judging the habitable earth in righteousness, by a man whom he hath pointed out, - offering faith unto all, by raising him from among the dead? Now, when they heard of raising the dead, some, indeed, began to mock, while, others, said - We will hear thee, concerning this, even again. Thus, Paul, came forth out of their midst. But, certain persons, joining themselves unto him, believed; among whom were even Dionysius the Mars-hill judge, and a woman by name Damaris, and others with them. After these things, withdrawing from Athens, he came unto Corinth; and, finding a certain Jew, by name Aquila, of Pontus by birth, - lately come from Italy, and Priscilla his wife, because Claudius had ordered all the Jews to be leaving Rome, he came unto them, and, because he was of the same craft, he abode with them, and wrought, for they were tent-makers by their trade. And he began reasoning in the synagogue every sabbath, and was persuading both Jews and Greeks. When, however, both Silas and Timothy had come down from Macedonia, Paul began to be urged on in the word, bearing full witness unto the Jews that, Jesus, was, the Christ. But, as they began opposing and defaming, shaking out his garments, he said unto them - Your blood, be upon your own head! Pure, am, I: henceforth, unto the nations, will I go. And, removing from thence, he came into the house of a certain man by name Titius Justus, who worshipped God, whose house was adjoining unto the synagogue. But, Crispus, the ruler of the synagogue, believed in the Lord, with all his house. And, many of the Corinthians, hearing, were believing, and being immersed. And the Lord said by night, through means of a vision, unto Paul - Be not afraid! but be speaking, - and do not hold thy peace; Inasmuch as, I, am with thee, and, no one, shall set upon thee to harm thee; inasmuch as I have much people in this city. And he remained a year and six months, teaching among them the word of God. But, when Gallio was proconsul of Achaia, the Jews, with one accord, set upon Paul, and led him unto the judgment-seat, saying - Contrary to the law, is this one seducing men to be worshipping God. But, as Paul was about to open his mouth, Gallio said unto the Jews - If, indeed, it had been some wrong or wicked recklessness, O Jews, with reason, in that case, should I have been bearing with you. If, however, they are questions concerning discourse, and names, and law, that which ye have, ye shall see to it, yourselves; A judge of these things, I, am not disposed to be. And he drove them from the judgment-seat. But they all, laying hold of Sosthenes the ruler of the synagogue, began to strike him before the judgment-seat; and, for none of these things, did Gallio care. Paul, however, still further abiding a good many days with the brethren, bidding them adieu, set sail for Syria; and, with him, Priscilla and Aquila; having shorn his head in Cenchreae, for he had a vow. And they came down to Ephesus; and, as for them, he left them there, - but, himself entering into the synagogue, he reasoned with the Jews. And, when they requested him for a longer time to abide, he consented not; but, bidding them adieu, and saying - Again, will I return unto you, God willing, he sailed away from Ephesus; and, putting in at Caesarea, going up and saluting the assembly, went down unto Antioch;



And, this, she continued to do for many days. But Paul, worn out, and turning unto the spirit, said - I charge thee, in the name of Jesus Christ, to come out from her. And it came out the same hour.



In that day, In my name, shall ye ask: - and I say not that, I, will request the Father for you;


But Peter said - Silver and gold, have none, but, what I have, the same, unto thee do give: - In the name of Jesus Christ the Nazarene, Walk!

And, by the faith of his name, unto this man whom ye see and know, hath his name given strength, - yea, the faith which is through him, hath given unto him this perfect soundness, over against you all!

Be it known unto you all, and unto all the people of Israel: that, in the name of Jesus Christ the Nazarene, - whom, ye, crucified, whom, God, raised from among the dead, in him, doth, this man stand by, in your presence, whole.



And, this, she continued to do for many days. But Paul, worn out, and turning unto the spirit, said - I charge thee, in the name of Jesus Christ, to come out from her. And it came out the same hour.

Mighty works, also, not the ordinary, God was working through the hands of Paul;


And it came to pass, as we were on our way unto the place of prayer, a certain damsel, having a spirit of Python, met us, - who, indeed, much gain, was presenting unto her masters, by divining. The same, following after Paul and us, kept crying aloud, saying - These men, are servants of the Most High God, - who, indeed, are declaring unto you a way of salvation. And, this, she continued to do for many days. But Paul, worn out, and turning unto the spirit, said - I charge thee, in the name of Jesus Christ, to come out from her. And it came out the same hour.


And, after certain days, Paul, said unto Barnabas - Let us now return, and visit the brethren in every city in which we have declared the word of the Lord, and see how they are. And, Barnabas, was minded to take with them John also, called Mark; but Paul deemed it right, as to him who had withdrawn from them, back from Pamphylia, and had not gone with them unto the work, not to be taking with them, this, man. read more.
And there arose an angry feeling, so that they separated one from the other: and, Barnabas, taking Mark, sailed away unto Cyprus, - whereas, Paul, choosing Silas, went forth, committed unto the favour of the Lord by the brethren, and proceeded to pass through Syria and Cilicia, confirming the assemblies. And he came even unto Derbe, and unto Lystra; and lo! a certain disciple, was there, by name Timothy, son of a believing Jewish woman, but whose father was a Greek, - who was well-attested by the brethren in Lystra, and Iconium. The same, would Paul have go forth with him, and took and circumcised him, on account of the Jews who were in those places; for they one and all knew that, his father, was, a Greek. And, as they passed through the cities, they were delivering unto them, for observance, the decrees which had been decided upon by the Apostles and Elders who were in Jerusalem. The assemblies, therefore, were being confirmed in the faith, and increasing in number, every day. And they passed through the Phrygian and Galatian country, being forbidden by the Holy Spirit to speak the word in Asia; but, coming along Mysia, they were attempting to journey into Bithynia, - and, the Spirit of Jesus, suffered them not; but, passing by Mysia, they came down unto Troas. And, a vision, by night, unto Paul appeared: - A man of Macedonia, there was, standing and beseeching him, and saying - Come over into Macedonia, and bring us succour! Now, when, the vision, he had seen, straightway, we sought to go forth unto Macedonia, concluding that God, had summoned us to tell the glad tidings unto them. Setting sail, therefore, from Troas, we ran straight into Samothracia, and, on the morrow, unto New City, and, from thence, unto Philippi, - which, indeed, is the first city of the part of Macedonia - a colony. And we were, in this city, spending certain days; and on the day of rest, we went forth outside the gate, beside a river, where we supposed there was a place of prayer, - and, sitting down, we went on to speak unto the women who had come together. And, a certain woman, by name Lydia, a seller of purple, of the city of Thyatira, devout towards God, was hearkening, whose heart, the Lord, fully opened, to be giving heed unto the things being spoken by Paul. And, when she was immersed, and her house, she besought us , saying - If ye have judged me to be a believer in the Lord, come into my house, and abide there . And she constrained us. And it came to pass, as we were on our way unto the place of prayer, a certain damsel, having a spirit of Python, met us, - who, indeed, much gain, was presenting unto her masters, by divining. The same, following after Paul and us, kept crying aloud, saying - These men, are servants of the Most High God, - who, indeed, are declaring unto you a way of salvation. And, this, she continued to do for many days. But Paul, worn out, and turning unto the spirit, said - I charge thee, in the name of Jesus Christ, to come out from her. And it came out the same hour. And, her masters, seeing that their hope of gain had gone out, laying hold on Paul and Silas, dragged them into the market-place, unto the rulers; and, leading them forward unto the magistrates, said - These men, are exceedingly troubling our city, they, being Jews, And are declaring customs, which it is not allowable for us either to accept or to observe, being Romans. And the multitude rose up together against them, and, the magistrates, rending off them their mantles, were giving orders to beat them with rods; and, laying upon them many stripes, they thrust them into prison, charging the prison-keeper, safely, to be keeping them: who, a charge like this receiving, thrust them into the inner prison, and, their feet, made he fast in the stocks. And, at midnight, Paul and Silas, being at prayer, began singing praise unto God; and the prisoners unto them, did hearken. And, suddenly, a great earthquake took place, - so that the foundations of the prison were shaken, and all the doors were instantlyset open, and the bonds of all were unfastened. And, the prison-keeper, being wakened and seeing that the doors of the prison had been opened, drawing his sword, was about to kill himself, supposing the prisoners to have fled. But Paul called out with a loud voice, saying - By no means, do thyself harm, for we are, one and all, here. And, asking for a light, he sprang in, and becoming, agitated, fell down unto Paul and Silas, and, leading them forth outside, said - Sirs! what must I be doing, that I may be saved? And, they, said - Believe on the Lord Jesus, and thou shalt be saved, thou, and thy house. And they spake unto him the word of God, with all who were in his house. And, taking them with him, in that hour of the night, he bathed them from their stripes, and was immersed, he, and his, one and all, on the spot; and, leading them up into his house, he set near a table, - and exulted, having, with all his house, believed in God. And. when day came. the magistrates sent off the constables saying - Let those men go! And the prison-keeper reported the words unto Paul - The magistrates have sent, that ye be let go. Now, therefore, going forth, be taking your journey in peace. But, Paul, said unto them - Beating us, in public, uncondemned, men that are Romans, they thrust us into prison; - and, now, by stealth, are they thrusting us forth? Nay, verily! but let them come, themselves, and lead us out! And the constables reported unto the magistrates these words; and they were struck with fear, when they heard that they were, Romans; and came, and besought them, and, leading them out, went on to request them to depart from the city. And so, coming forth from the prison, they went unto Lydia, and, seeing the brethren, they comforted them, and went forth. And, travelling through Amphipolis and Apollonia, they came to Thessalonica, where was a synagogue of the Jews; and, according to Paul's custom, he went in unto them, and, for three sabbaths, reasoned with them from the Scriptures, - opening up, and setting forth, that it was needful for, the Christ, to suffer, and to arise from among the dead; and saying , This, is the Christ, - Jesus, whom, I, am declaring unto you. And, some from among them, were persuaded, and cast in their lot with Paul and Silas; also, of the devout Greeks, a great throng, and, of the chief women, not a few. But the Jews, being, jealous, and taking unto themselves certain wicked men, of the rabble, and making a riot, were setting the city in an uproar; and, besieging the house of Jason, were seeking to lead them forth unto the populace, - and, not finding them, they began dragging Jason and certain brethren unto the city-rulers, shouting - They who have thrown the inhabited earth into confusion, the same, hither also, are come, - unto whom Jason hath given welcome; and, these all, contrary to the decrees of Caesar, are acting, - saying that there is another king, Jesus. And they troubled the multitude and the city-rulers, when they heard these things; and, taking security from Jason and the rest, they let them go. But, the brethren, straightway, during the night, sent away both Paul and Silas unto Beroea, who, indeed, arriving, unto the synagogue of the Jews, went off; and, these, were more noble than those in Thessalonica, in that they welcomed the word with all readiness of mind, daily, searching the Scriptures, - whether these things could be so. Many, therefore, from among them, believed, and, of the Grecian women of the higher class, and of men, not a few. But, when the Jews from Thessalonica came to know that, in Beroea also, had the word of God been declared by Paul, they came thither also, stirring up and troubling the multitudes. Howbeit, then, immediately, the brethren sent away, Paul, to be journeying as far as unto the sea; and both Silas and Timothy stayed behind, there. But, they who were conducting Paul, brought him as far as Athens, and, receiving a commandment unto Silas and Timothy, that with, all possible speed, they would come unto him, they departed. But, while, in Athens, Paul was expecting them, his spirit within him was being urged on, seeing how the city was given to idols. So then, he began reasoning in the synagogue with the Jews, and with them who worshipped; and, in the market-place, every day, with them who happened to be at hand. But, certain both of the Epicurean and of the Stoic philosophers, were encountering him; and some were saying - What might this picker-up-of-scraps wish to be saying? And, others - Of foreign demons, he seemeth to be a declarer: because, of Jesus and the Resurrection, he was announcing the joyful tidings. And so, laying hold of him, they brought him up, to the Hill of Mars, saying - Can we get to know what this new teaching is, which, by thee, is being spoken. For, certain foreign things, art thou bringing into our hearing: We are minded to get to know, therefore, what these things please to be! Now, all Athenians and the sojourning foreigners, unto nothing else, were devoting their leisure, than to be telling or hearing, something newer. And Paul taking his stand in the midst of the Hill of Mars, said - Ye men of Athens! In every way, how unusually reverent of the demons ye are, I perceive. For, passing through, and carefully observing your objects of devotion, I found an altar also, in which was inscribed - Unto an Unknown God. What, therefore, not knowing, ye reverence, the same, do, I, declare unto you. The God that made the world and all things that are therein, the same, being, Lord, of heaven and earth, not in hand-made shrines, doth dwell, nor, by human hands, is waited upon, as though in want of anything, himself, giving unto all life and breath and all things; he made also, of one, every nation of men to dwell upon all the face of the earth, - marking out fitting opportunities, and the bounds of their dwelling place, that they might be seeking God - if, after all, indeed, they might feel after him and find him, - although, in truth, he is already not far from any one of us. For, in him, we live and move and are: as, even some of your own poets, have said - For, his offspring also, we are. Being, then, offspring, of God, we ought not to be supposing that, unto gold or silver or stone, graven by art and device of man, the Divine, is like. The times of ignorance, therefore, overlooking, God, as things now are, is charging all men everywhere to repent, inasmuch as he hath appointed a day, in which he is about to be judging the habitable earth in righteousness, by a man whom he hath pointed out, - offering faith unto all, by raising him from among the dead? Now, when they heard of raising the dead, some, indeed, began to mock, while, others, said - We will hear thee, concerning this, even again. Thus, Paul, came forth out of their midst. But, certain persons, joining themselves unto him, believed; among whom were even Dionysius the Mars-hill judge, and a woman by name Damaris, and others with them. After these things, withdrawing from Athens, he came unto Corinth; and, finding a certain Jew, by name Aquila, of Pontus by birth, - lately come from Italy, and Priscilla his wife, because Claudius had ordered all the Jews to be leaving Rome, he came unto them, and, because he was of the same craft, he abode with them, and wrought, for they were tent-makers by their trade. And he began reasoning in the synagogue every sabbath, and was persuading both Jews and Greeks. When, however, both Silas and Timothy had come down from Macedonia, Paul began to be urged on in the word, bearing full witness unto the Jews that, Jesus, was, the Christ. But, as they began opposing and defaming, shaking out his garments, he said unto them - Your blood, be upon your own head! Pure, am, I: henceforth, unto the nations, will I go. And, removing from thence, he came into the house of a certain man by name Titius Justus, who worshipped God, whose house was adjoining unto the synagogue. But, Crispus, the ruler of the synagogue, believed in the Lord, with all his house. And, many of the Corinthians, hearing, were believing, and being immersed. And the Lord said by night, through means of a vision, unto Paul - Be not afraid! but be speaking, - and do not hold thy peace; Inasmuch as, I, am with thee, and, no one, shall set upon thee to harm thee; inasmuch as I have much people in this city. And he remained a year and six months, teaching among them the word of God. But, when Gallio was proconsul of Achaia, the Jews, with one accord, set upon Paul, and led him unto the judgment-seat, saying - Contrary to the law, is this one seducing men to be worshipping God. But, as Paul was about to open his mouth, Gallio said unto the Jews - If, indeed, it had been some wrong or wicked recklessness, O Jews, with reason, in that case, should I have been bearing with you. If, however, they are questions concerning discourse, and names, and law, that which ye have, ye shall see to it, yourselves; A judge of these things, I, am not disposed to be. And he drove them from the judgment-seat. But they all, laying hold of Sosthenes the ruler of the synagogue, began to strike him before the judgment-seat; and, for none of these things, did Gallio care. Paul, however, still further abiding a good many days with the brethren, bidding them adieu, set sail for Syria; and, with him, Priscilla and Aquila; having shorn his head in Cenchreae, for he had a vow. And they came down to Ephesus; and, as for them, he left them there, - but, himself entering into the synagogue, he reasoned with the Jews. And, when they requested him for a longer time to abide, he consented not; but, bidding them adieu, and saying - Again, will I return unto you, God willing, he sailed away from Ephesus; and, putting in at Caesarea, going up and saluting the assembly, went down unto Antioch;


But, though we had previously suffered, and been insulted, even as ye know, in Philippi, we waxed bold in our God to speak unto you the glad-message of God with much conflict.

But, after the tumult had ceased, Paul, sending for the disciples and exhorting them, took leave, and went forth to be journeying unto Macedonia. Passing through those parts, however, and exhorting them with much discourse, he came into Greece; and, spending three months, when a plot was laid against him by the Jews, as he was about to sail to Syria, he determined to turn back through Macedonia. read more.
Now there were accompanying him, Sopater, son of Pyrrhus a Beroean; and of the Thessalonians, Aristarchus and Secundus; and Gaius of Derbe and Timothy; and, of Asia, Tychicus and Trophimus. And, these, came and were waiting for us at Troas. And, we, sailed forth, after the days of unleavened bread, from Philippi, and came unto them in Troas in five days, where we tarried seven days.

and, from thence, unto Philippi, - which, indeed, is the first city of the part of Macedonia - a colony. And we were, in this city, spending certain days; and on the day of rest, we went forth outside the gate, beside a river, where we supposed there was a place of prayer, - and, sitting down, we went on to speak unto the women who had come together. And, a certain woman, by name Lydia, a seller of purple, of the city of Thyatira, devout towards God, was hearkening, whose heart, the Lord, fully opened, to be giving heed unto the things being spoken by Paul. read more.
And, when she was immersed, and her house, she besought us , saying - If ye have judged me to be a believer in the Lord, come into my house, and abide there . And she constrained us. And it came to pass, as we were on our way unto the place of prayer, a certain damsel, having a spirit of Python, met us, - who, indeed, much gain, was presenting unto her masters, by divining. The same, following after Paul and us, kept crying aloud, saying - These men, are servants of the Most High God, - who, indeed, are declaring unto you a way of salvation. And, this, she continued to do for many days. But Paul, worn out, and turning unto the spirit, said - I charge thee, in the name of Jesus Christ, to come out from her. And it came out the same hour. And, her masters, seeing that their hope of gain had gone out, laying hold on Paul and Silas, dragged them into the market-place, unto the rulers; and, leading them forward unto the magistrates, said - These men, are exceedingly troubling our city, they, being Jews, And are declaring customs, which it is not allowable for us either to accept or to observe, being Romans. And the multitude rose up together against them, and, the magistrates, rending off them their mantles, were giving orders to beat them with rods; and, laying upon them many stripes, they thrust them into prison, charging the prison-keeper, safely, to be keeping them: who, a charge like this receiving, thrust them into the inner prison, and, their feet, made he fast in the stocks. And, at midnight, Paul and Silas, being at prayer, began singing praise unto God; and the prisoners unto them, did hearken. And, suddenly, a great earthquake took place, - so that the foundations of the prison were shaken, and all the doors were instantlyset open, and the bonds of all were unfastened. And, the prison-keeper, being wakened and seeing that the doors of the prison had been opened, drawing his sword, was about to kill himself, supposing the prisoners to have fled. But Paul called out with a loud voice, saying - By no means, do thyself harm, for we are, one and all, here. And, asking for a light, he sprang in, and becoming, agitated, fell down unto Paul and Silas, and, leading them forth outside, said - Sirs! what must I be doing, that I may be saved? And, they, said - Believe on the Lord Jesus, and thou shalt be saved, thou, and thy house. And they spake unto him the word of God, with all who were in his house. And, taking them with him, in that hour of the night, he bathed them from their stripes, and was immersed, he, and his, one and all, on the spot; and, leading them up into his house, he set near a table, - and exulted, having, with all his house, believed in God. And. when day came. the magistrates sent off the constables saying - Let those men go! And the prison-keeper reported the words unto Paul - The magistrates have sent, that ye be let go. Now, therefore, going forth, be taking your journey in peace. But, Paul, said unto them - Beating us, in public, uncondemned, men that are Romans, they thrust us into prison; - and, now, by stealth, are they thrusting us forth? Nay, verily! but let them come, themselves, and lead us out! And the constables reported unto the magistrates these words; and they were struck with fear, when they heard that they were, Romans; and came, and besought them, and, leading them out, went on to request them to depart from the city. And so, coming forth from the prison, they went unto Lydia, and, seeing the brethren, they comforted them, and went forth.



And, this, she continued to do for many days. But Paul, worn out, and turning unto the spirit, said - I charge thee, in the name of Jesus Christ, to come out from her. And it came out the same hour.



In that day, In my name, shall ye ask: - and I say not that, I, will request the Father for you;


But Peter said - Silver and gold, have none, but, what I have, the same, unto thee do give: - In the name of Jesus Christ the Nazarene, Walk!

And, by the faith of his name, unto this man whom ye see and know, hath his name given strength, - yea, the faith which is through him, hath given unto him this perfect soundness, over against you all!

Be it known unto you all, and unto all the people of Israel: that, in the name of Jesus Christ the Nazarene, - whom, ye, crucified, whom, God, raised from among the dead, in him, doth, this man stand by, in your presence, whole.



And it came to pass, as we were on our way unto the place of prayer, a certain damsel, having a spirit of Python, met us, - who, indeed, much gain, was presenting unto her masters, by divining. The same, following after Paul and us, kept crying aloud, saying - These men, are servants of the Most High God, - who, indeed, are declaring unto you a way of salvation. And, this, she continued to do for many days. But Paul, worn out, and turning unto the spirit, said - I charge thee, in the name of Jesus Christ, to come out from her. And it came out the same hour. read more.
And, her masters, seeing that their hope of gain had gone out, laying hold on Paul and Silas, dragged them into the market-place, unto the rulers; and, leading them forward unto the magistrates, said - These men, are exceedingly troubling our city, they, being Jews, And are declaring customs, which it is not allowable for us either to accept or to observe, being Romans. And the multitude rose up together against them, and, the magistrates, rending off them their mantles, were giving orders to beat them with rods; and, laying upon them many stripes, they thrust them into prison, charging the prison-keeper, safely, to be keeping them: who, a charge like this receiving, thrust them into the inner prison, and, their feet, made he fast in the stocks. And, at midnight, Paul and Silas, being at prayer, began singing praise unto God; and the prisoners unto them, did hearken. And, suddenly, a great earthquake took place, - so that the foundations of the prison were shaken, and all the doors were instantlyset open, and the bonds of all were unfastened. And, the prison-keeper, being wakened and seeing that the doors of the prison had been opened, drawing his sword, was about to kill himself, supposing the prisoners to have fled. But Paul called out with a loud voice, saying - By no means, do thyself harm, for we are, one and all, here. And, asking for a light, he sprang in, and becoming, agitated, fell down unto Paul and Silas, and, leading them forth outside, said - Sirs! what must I be doing, that I may be saved? And, they, said - Believe on the Lord Jesus, and thou shalt be saved, thou, and thy house. And they spake unto him the word of God, with all who were in his house. And, taking them with him, in that hour of the night, he bathed them from their stripes, and was immersed, he, and his, one and all, on the spot; and, leading them up into his house, he set near a table, - and exulted, having, with all his house, believed in God. And. when day came. the magistrates sent off the constables saying - Let those men go! And the prison-keeper reported the words unto Paul - The magistrates have sent, that ye be let go. Now, therefore, going forth, be taking your journey in peace. But, Paul, said unto them - Beating us, in public, uncondemned, men that are Romans, they thrust us into prison; - and, now, by stealth, are they thrusting us forth? Nay, verily! but let them come, themselves, and lead us out! And the constables reported unto the magistrates these words; and they were struck with fear, when they heard that they were, Romans; and came, and besought them, and, leading them out, went on to request them to depart from the city. And so, coming forth from the prison, they went unto Lydia, and, seeing the brethren, they comforted them, and went forth.


Moreover even the throng of the cities all round Jerusalem was coming together, bearing sick folk, and such as were harassed by impure spirits, - who, indeed, were being cured, one and all.

And, this, she continued to do for many days. But Paul, worn out, and turning unto the spirit, said - I charge thee, in the name of Jesus Christ, to come out from her. And it came out the same hour.

so that, even unto the sick, were being carried from his body, handkerchiefs or aprons, and the diseases were departing from them, and, the wicked spirits, were going out.

Then, answering, Jesus said to her - O woman! great, is, thy faith! Be it, done, for thee, as thou desirest. And her daughter was healed, from that hour.


And the impure spirit, tearing him, and calling out with a loud voice, came forth out of him;

And he said unto them, Withdraw! So, they, going out, departed into the swine, - and lo! all the herd rushed down the cliff, into the sea, and died in the waters.


and he cured many that were sick with divers diseases, and, many demons, he cast out, and suffered not the demons to be talking, - because they knew him to be Christ.

and certain women, who had been cured from evil spirits and infirmities, - Mary, the one called Magdalene, from whom seven demons had gone forth,


And, laying hold of him by the right hand, he raised him up; and, instantly, were his feet and ankles strengthened; -

Moreover even the throng of the cities all round Jerusalem was coming together, bearing sick folk, and such as were harassed by impure spirits, - who, indeed, were being cured, one and all.

And Peter said unto him - Aeneas! Jesus Christ healeth thee! Arise, and smooth thy bed for thyself. And, straightway, he arose.

Said, with a loud voice - Stand up on thy feet, erect! And he sprang up, and began to walk about.

And, this, she continued to do for many days. But Paul, worn out, and turning unto the spirit, said - I charge thee, in the name of Jesus Christ, to come out from her. And it came out the same hour.

so that, even unto the sick, were being carried from his body, handkerchiefs or aprons, and the diseases were departing from them, and, the wicked spirits, were going out.

And it so happened that, the father of Publius, with feverish heats and dysentery distressed, was lying prostrate: unto whom Paul entering in and praying, laid his hands on him, and healed him.