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And a vision was seen to Paul by night; A certain man, a Macedonian, was standing, beseeching him, and saying, Having passed to Macedonia, help us.


And a vision was seen to Paul by night; A certain man, a Macedonian, was standing, beseeching him, and saying, Having passed to Macedonia, help us.


And a vision was seen to Paul by night; A certain man, a Macedonian, was standing, beseeching him, and saying, Having passed to Macedonia, help us. And when he saw the vision, we quickly sought to come out to Macedonia, concluding that the Lord called us to announce good news to them.


And after certain days said Paul to Barnabas, Now having turned back, let us review our brethren in every city in which we announced the word of the Lord, how they hold. And Barnabas purposed to take with them John, called Mark. But Paul deemed worthy, having withdrawn from them from Pamphylia, and not having come with them to the work, not to take him with them. read more.
Therefore there was an incitement, so that they separated from one another: and Barnabas, having taken Mark, sailed to Cyprus; And Paul, having chosen Silas, went forth, having been delivered to the grace of God by the brethren. And he passed through Syria and Cilicia, supporting the churches. And he arrived at Derbe and Lystra: and, behold, a certain disciple was there, by name Timothy, son of a certain woman, a faithful Jewess; and of a Greek father: Who was testified of by the brethren in Lystra and Iconium. Him Paul wished to go forth with him; and having taken, he circumcised him, on account of the Jews being in those places: for all knew his father that he was a Greek. And as they were going through the cities, they delivered them the orders to watch, having been determined by the sent and the elders in Jerusalem. Therefore truly the churches were rendered firm in faith, and abounded in number daily. And having passed through Phrygia and the Galatian country, hindered by the Holy Spirit from speaking the word in Asia, Having come to Mysia, they tried to go to Bithynia: and the Spirit suffered them not. And having passed by Mysia they came down to Troas. And a vision was seen to Paul by night; A certain man, a Macedonian, was standing, beseeching him, and saying, Having passed to Macedonia, help us. And when he saw the vision, we quickly sought to come out to Macedonia, concluding that the Lord called us to announce good news to them. Therefore having been conveyed from Troas, we ran straight forward to Samothracia, and the following day to Neapolis; And thence to Philippi, which is the first city of Macedonia, a colony. And we were in that city passing certain days. And the day of the sabbaths we came out of the city by the river, where prayer was customary to be; and having sat down, we spake to the women come together. And a certain woman, by name Lydia, a dealer in purple garments, of the city of Thyatira, worshipping God, heard: whose heart the Lord opened to attend to things spoken by Paul. And when she was immersed, and her house, she besought, saying, If ye have judged me to be faithful to the Lord, having come into my house, remain. And she forced us. And it was we going for prayer, a certain young girl having the spirit of Python met us, who furnished much gain to her lords, prophesying: She having followed Paul and us, cried, saying, These men are the servants of the most high God, who announce to us the way of salvation. And this did she for many days. And Paul, having been exercised, and having turned back to the spirit, said, I command thee in the name of Jesus Christ to come out of her. And it came out the same hour. And her lords having seen that the hope of their gain went out, taking Paul and Silas, they drew to the assembly to the rulers, And having brought them to the generals, they said, These the men who cause disturbance to our city, being Jews, And they announce customs, which it is not lawful for us to receive, nor do, being Romans. And the crowd set together against them: and the generals having rent their garments, commanded to scourge with rods. And many blows having been put upon them, they cast into prison, having commanded the jailor to keep them safely: Who, having received such an order, cast them into the inner prison, and placed their feet firmly in wood. And at midnight Paul and Silas praying, praised God: and the imprisoned heard them. And suddenly was a great earthquake, so that the foundations of the prison were shaken: and immediately all the doors were opened, and the bonds of all were let loose. And the jailor being awakened, and having seen the doors of the prison opened, having drawn a sword, was about to kill himself, supposing the imprisoned to have fled. And Paul called with a great voice, saying, Thou shouldest do no injury to thyself; for we are all here. And having asked for a light, he rushed in, and being trembling, fell before Paul and Silas, And bringing them out, he said, Lords, what must I do that I might be saved And they said, Believe in the Lord Jesus Christ, and thou shalt be saved, and thy house. And they spake to him the word of the Lord, and to all in his house. And having taken them in that hour of the night, he washed out the blows; and was immersed, he and all his, immediately. And having brought them up to his house, he set a table before, and rejoiced with the entire household, having believed God. And it being day, the generals sent the bearers of the rod, saying, Loose these men. And the jailor announced these words to Paul, That the generals have sent that ye be loosed: now therefore having come out, go in peace. But Paul said to them, Having stripped us publicly not condemned, being Roman men, they cast into prison and now do they cast us out secretly? not so; but having come themselves, let them bring us out. :And the bearer of the rod announced these words to the generals: and they were afraid, having heard that they are Romans. And having come they besought them, and having brought out, they entreated to come out of the city. And having come out of prison, they came to Lydia; and having seen the brethren, they encouraged them, and they came forth. And having passed through Amphipolis and Apollonia, they came to Thessalonica, where was a synagogue of the Jews: And according to custom to Paul, he went in to them, and upon three sabbaths discussed with them from the writings, Opening and setting before, that it was necessary for Christ to suffer, and rise from, the dead; and that this is Christ Jesus, whom I announce to you. And certain of them were persuaded, and were assigned by lot to Paul and Silas; and of worshipping Greeks a great multitude, and not a few of the first women. And the unbelieving Jews, having been jealous, and having taken certain evil men of the vulgar, and excited to tumult, they disturbed the city by loud noise, and having stood against the house of Jason, they sought to bring them to the populace. And not having found them, they drew Jason and certain brethren to the rulers of the city, crying, That those having subverted the habitable globe, these also are present here; Which Jason has received: and these all do opposite to Caesar's enactments, saying, There is another king, Jesus. And they troubled the crowd and rulers of the city, having heard these. And having taken sufficient of Jason, and the rest, they loosed them. And the brethren quickly sent out both Paul and Silas by night to Berea: who arriving went away to the synagogue of the Jews. And they were of more noble birth than those in Thessalonica, who received the word with all willingness, and examined the writings daily, if these things might hold thus. Therefore truly many of them believed; and of the distinguished Grecian women, and of men, not few. And when the Jews from Thessalonica heard that also in Berea the word of God was announced by Paul, they came there also, agitating the crowd. And quickly the brethren sent away Paul to go as by the sea: and both Silas and Timothy remained there. And they conveying Paul brought him even to Athens: and having taken a command to Silas and Timothy that now they might come to him most speedily, they departed. And Paul waiting for them among the Athenians, his spirit was excited in him, seeing the city being addicted to idol worship. Therefore truly he discussed in the synagogue with Jews, and those worshipping, and in the assembly in every day with those being present. And certain of the Epicurean and Stoic philosophers deliberated with him. And certain said, What may this idle, talkative man wish to say? and others, He seems to be a declarer of strange demons: because he announced to them good news, and the rising up. And having taken him, they brought upon Mars' hill, saying, Can we know what this new teaching is, spoken by thee? For thou bringest certain strange things to our ears: we wish therefore to know what these things may be. (And all the Athenians and strangers being present, passed time in nothing else but to say or hear some thing new.) And Paul having stood in the midst of Mars' hill, said, Men, Athenians, I see that in all things ye have a superstitious fear of divinity. For having passed by, and beholding your venerations, I found also an altar upon which was inscribed, TO THE UNKNOWN GOD. Whom not knowing therefore ye reverence, him I announce to you. God having made the world and all things in it, he being Lord of heaven and earth, dwells not in temples made by hands; Nor is served by men's hands, standing in need of anything, he giving to all life, and breath, and all things. And he made of one blood every nation of men to dwell upon all the face of the earth, having limited the times before arranged, and the bounds of their habitation; To seek the Lord, if perchance indeed they have felt for him, and found, although not being far from each one of us: For in him we live, and move, and are; as certain of the composers among you have said, For we also are his race. Being therefore the posterity of God, we ought not to think gold, or silver, or stone, an engraving of art, or meditation of man, the divinity to be like. Therefore truly, God having overlooked the times of ignorance, now announces to all men everywhere to repent: Wherefore he set a day, in which he is about to judge the habitable globe in justice by the man whom he appointed; having offered faith to all, having raised him from the dead. And having heard of the rising up of the dead, they treated with mockery; and said, We will hear thee again concerning this. And so Paul went forth from the midst of them. And certain men having joined him, believed: among whom also Dionysius the Areopagite, and a woman by name Damaris, and others with them. And after these Paul having departed from Athens, came to Corinth; And having found a certain Jew by name Aquila, a Pontian by birth, having recently come from Italy, and Priscilla his wife; (for Claudius had ordered all Jews to be separated from Rome:) came to them. And because being of the same trade, he remained with them, and wrought: for they were by trade tentmakers. And he discussed in the synagogue on every sabbath, and persuaded Jews and Greeks. And when both Silas and Timothy came down from Macedonia, Paul was oppressed in spirit, testifying to the Jews Jesus Christ. And they opposing, and blaspheming, having shaken off the garments violently, he said to them, Your blood upon your head; I clean: from now will I go to the nations. And having gone away thence, he came to the house of a certain Justus by name, worshipping God, whose house was adjoining the synagogue. And Crispus, ruler of the synagogue, believed the Lord with his whole house; and many of the Corinthians hearing believed, and were baptised. And the Lord said through a vision by night to Paul, Fear not, but speak, and thou shouldest not be silent: For I am with thee, and none shall attack thee to injure thee: for much people are to me in this city. And he sat a year and six months, teaching the word of God among them. And Gallio being proconsul of Achaia, the Jews arose unanimously against Paul, and brought him to the judgment seat, Saying, This one persuades men to worship God against the law. And Paul being about to open the mouth, Gallio said to the Jews, If therefore it were truly any injustice or wicked, criminal action, O Jews, against the word, I should have borne with you: But if it is a question of the word, and names, and law, according to you, see ye yourselves; for I will not be judge of these. And he drave them away from the judgment seat. And all the Greeks having taken Sosthenes, ruler of the synagogue, beat before the judgment seat. And,Gallio cared for none of these. And Paul yet having remained sufficient days, having taken leave of the brethren, sailed out to Syria, and with him Priscilla and Aquila; having shorn the head in Cenchrea: for he had a vow. And Paul arrived at Ephesus, and left those of his: and he having come into the synagogue, discussed with the Jews. And they asking to remain with them for more time, he acquiesced not; But he took leave of them, saying, I must at any rate do the coming festival in Jerusalem: and I will again return to you, God willing. And he was conveyed from Ephesus. And having come down to Cesarea having gone up and greeted the church, he went down to Antioch.


Say ye not, That there is yet the fourth month, and harvest comes? behold, I say to you, Lift up your eyes, and behold the countries; for they are already white for harvest.

Then he says to his disciples, Truly the harvest much, but the laborers few.

And a vision was seen to Paul by night; A certain man, a Macedonian, was standing, beseeching him, and saying, Having passed to Macedonia, help us.


And having passed by Mysia they came down to Troas. And a vision was seen to Paul by night; A certain man, a Macedonian, was standing, beseeching him, and saying, Having passed to Macedonia, help us. And when he saw the vision, we quickly sought to come out to Macedonia, concluding that the Lord called us to announce good news to them.


And a vision was seen to Paul by night; A certain man, a Macedonian, was standing, beseeching him, and saying, Having passed to Macedonia, help us.


And after certain days said Paul to Barnabas, Now having turned back, let us review our brethren in every city in which we announced the word of the Lord, how they hold. And Barnabas purposed to take with them John, called Mark. But Paul deemed worthy, having withdrawn from them from Pamphylia, and not having come with them to the work, not to take him with them. read more.
Therefore there was an incitement, so that they separated from one another: and Barnabas, having taken Mark, sailed to Cyprus; And Paul, having chosen Silas, went forth, having been delivered to the grace of God by the brethren. And he passed through Syria and Cilicia, supporting the churches. And he arrived at Derbe and Lystra: and, behold, a certain disciple was there, by name Timothy, son of a certain woman, a faithful Jewess; and of a Greek father: Who was testified of by the brethren in Lystra and Iconium. Him Paul wished to go forth with him; and having taken, he circumcised him, on account of the Jews being in those places: for all knew his father that he was a Greek. And as they were going through the cities, they delivered them the orders to watch, having been determined by the sent and the elders in Jerusalem. Therefore truly the churches were rendered firm in faith, and abounded in number daily. And having passed through Phrygia and the Galatian country, hindered by the Holy Spirit from speaking the word in Asia, Having come to Mysia, they tried to go to Bithynia: and the Spirit suffered them not. And having passed by Mysia they came down to Troas. And a vision was seen to Paul by night; A certain man, a Macedonian, was standing, beseeching him, and saying, Having passed to Macedonia, help us. And when he saw the vision, we quickly sought to come out to Macedonia, concluding that the Lord called us to announce good news to them. Therefore having been conveyed from Troas, we ran straight forward to Samothracia, and the following day to Neapolis; And thence to Philippi, which is the first city of Macedonia, a colony. And we were in that city passing certain days. And the day of the sabbaths we came out of the city by the river, where prayer was customary to be; and having sat down, we spake to the women come together. And a certain woman, by name Lydia, a dealer in purple garments, of the city of Thyatira, worshipping God, heard: whose heart the Lord opened to attend to things spoken by Paul. And when she was immersed, and her house, she besought, saying, If ye have judged me to be faithful to the Lord, having come into my house, remain. And she forced us. And it was we going for prayer, a certain young girl having the spirit of Python met us, who furnished much gain to her lords, prophesying: She having followed Paul and us, cried, saying, These men are the servants of the most high God, who announce to us the way of salvation. And this did she for many days. And Paul, having been exercised, and having turned back to the spirit, said, I command thee in the name of Jesus Christ to come out of her. And it came out the same hour. And her lords having seen that the hope of their gain went out, taking Paul and Silas, they drew to the assembly to the rulers, And having brought them to the generals, they said, These the men who cause disturbance to our city, being Jews, And they announce customs, which it is not lawful for us to receive, nor do, being Romans. And the crowd set together against them: and the generals having rent their garments, commanded to scourge with rods. And many blows having been put upon them, they cast into prison, having commanded the jailor to keep them safely: Who, having received such an order, cast them into the inner prison, and placed their feet firmly in wood. And at midnight Paul and Silas praying, praised God: and the imprisoned heard them. And suddenly was a great earthquake, so that the foundations of the prison were shaken: and immediately all the doors were opened, and the bonds of all were let loose. And the jailor being awakened, and having seen the doors of the prison opened, having drawn a sword, was about to kill himself, supposing the imprisoned to have fled. And Paul called with a great voice, saying, Thou shouldest do no injury to thyself; for we are all here. And having asked for a light, he rushed in, and being trembling, fell before Paul and Silas, And bringing them out, he said, Lords, what must I do that I might be saved And they said, Believe in the Lord Jesus Christ, and thou shalt be saved, and thy house. And they spake to him the word of the Lord, and to all in his house. And having taken them in that hour of the night, he washed out the blows; and was immersed, he and all his, immediately. And having brought them up to his house, he set a table before, and rejoiced with the entire household, having believed God. And it being day, the generals sent the bearers of the rod, saying, Loose these men. And the jailor announced these words to Paul, That the generals have sent that ye be loosed: now therefore having come out, go in peace. But Paul said to them, Having stripped us publicly not condemned, being Roman men, they cast into prison and now do they cast us out secretly? not so; but having come themselves, let them bring us out. :And the bearer of the rod announced these words to the generals: and they were afraid, having heard that they are Romans. And having come they besought them, and having brought out, they entreated to come out of the city. And having come out of prison, they came to Lydia; and having seen the brethren, they encouraged them, and they came forth. And having passed through Amphipolis and Apollonia, they came to Thessalonica, where was a synagogue of the Jews: And according to custom to Paul, he went in to them, and upon three sabbaths discussed with them from the writings, Opening and setting before, that it was necessary for Christ to suffer, and rise from, the dead; and that this is Christ Jesus, whom I announce to you. And certain of them were persuaded, and were assigned by lot to Paul and Silas; and of worshipping Greeks a great multitude, and not a few of the first women. And the unbelieving Jews, having been jealous, and having taken certain evil men of the vulgar, and excited to tumult, they disturbed the city by loud noise, and having stood against the house of Jason, they sought to bring them to the populace. And not having found them, they drew Jason and certain brethren to the rulers of the city, crying, That those having subverted the habitable globe, these also are present here; Which Jason has received: and these all do opposite to Caesar's enactments, saying, There is another king, Jesus. And they troubled the crowd and rulers of the city, having heard these. And having taken sufficient of Jason, and the rest, they loosed them. And the brethren quickly sent out both Paul and Silas by night to Berea: who arriving went away to the synagogue of the Jews. And they were of more noble birth than those in Thessalonica, who received the word with all willingness, and examined the writings daily, if these things might hold thus. Therefore truly many of them believed; and of the distinguished Grecian women, and of men, not few. And when the Jews from Thessalonica heard that also in Berea the word of God was announced by Paul, they came there also, agitating the crowd. And quickly the brethren sent away Paul to go as by the sea: and both Silas and Timothy remained there. And they conveying Paul brought him even to Athens: and having taken a command to Silas and Timothy that now they might come to him most speedily, they departed. And Paul waiting for them among the Athenians, his spirit was excited in him, seeing the city being addicted to idol worship. Therefore truly he discussed in the synagogue with Jews, and those worshipping, and in the assembly in every day with those being present. And certain of the Epicurean and Stoic philosophers deliberated with him. And certain said, What may this idle, talkative man wish to say? and others, He seems to be a declarer of strange demons: because he announced to them good news, and the rising up. And having taken him, they brought upon Mars' hill, saying, Can we know what this new teaching is, spoken by thee? For thou bringest certain strange things to our ears: we wish therefore to know what these things may be. (And all the Athenians and strangers being present, passed time in nothing else but to say or hear some thing new.) And Paul having stood in the midst of Mars' hill, said, Men, Athenians, I see that in all things ye have a superstitious fear of divinity. For having passed by, and beholding your venerations, I found also an altar upon which was inscribed, TO THE UNKNOWN GOD. Whom not knowing therefore ye reverence, him I announce to you. God having made the world and all things in it, he being Lord of heaven and earth, dwells not in temples made by hands; Nor is served by men's hands, standing in need of anything, he giving to all life, and breath, and all things. And he made of one blood every nation of men to dwell upon all the face of the earth, having limited the times before arranged, and the bounds of their habitation; To seek the Lord, if perchance indeed they have felt for him, and found, although not being far from each one of us: For in him we live, and move, and are; as certain of the composers among you have said, For we also are his race. Being therefore the posterity of God, we ought not to think gold, or silver, or stone, an engraving of art, or meditation of man, the divinity to be like. Therefore truly, God having overlooked the times of ignorance, now announces to all men everywhere to repent: Wherefore he set a day, in which he is about to judge the habitable globe in justice by the man whom he appointed; having offered faith to all, having raised him from the dead. And having heard of the rising up of the dead, they treated with mockery; and said, We will hear thee again concerning this. And so Paul went forth from the midst of them. And certain men having joined him, believed: among whom also Dionysius the Areopagite, and a woman by name Damaris, and others with them. And after these Paul having departed from Athens, came to Corinth; And having found a certain Jew by name Aquila, a Pontian by birth, having recently come from Italy, and Priscilla his wife; (for Claudius had ordered all Jews to be separated from Rome:) came to them. And because being of the same trade, he remained with them, and wrought: for they were by trade tentmakers. And he discussed in the synagogue on every sabbath, and persuaded Jews and Greeks. And when both Silas and Timothy came down from Macedonia, Paul was oppressed in spirit, testifying to the Jews Jesus Christ. And they opposing, and blaspheming, having shaken off the garments violently, he said to them, Your blood upon your head; I clean: from now will I go to the nations. And having gone away thence, he came to the house of a certain Justus by name, worshipping God, whose house was adjoining the synagogue. And Crispus, ruler of the synagogue, believed the Lord with his whole house; and many of the Corinthians hearing believed, and were baptised. And the Lord said through a vision by night to Paul, Fear not, but speak, and thou shouldest not be silent: For I am with thee, and none shall attack thee to injure thee: for much people are to me in this city. And he sat a year and six months, teaching the word of God among them. And Gallio being proconsul of Achaia, the Jews arose unanimously against Paul, and brought him to the judgment seat, Saying, This one persuades men to worship God against the law. And Paul being about to open the mouth, Gallio said to the Jews, If therefore it were truly any injustice or wicked, criminal action, O Jews, against the word, I should have borne with you: But if it is a question of the word, and names, and law, according to you, see ye yourselves; for I will not be judge of these. And he drave them away from the judgment seat. And all the Greeks having taken Sosthenes, ruler of the synagogue, beat before the judgment seat. And,Gallio cared for none of these. And Paul yet having remained sufficient days, having taken leave of the brethren, sailed out to Syria, and with him Priscilla and Aquila; having shorn the head in Cenchrea: for he had a vow. And Paul arrived at Ephesus, and left those of his: and he having come into the synagogue, discussed with the Jews. And they asking to remain with them for more time, he acquiesced not; But he took leave of them, saying, I must at any rate do the coming festival in Jerusalem: and I will again return to you, God willing. And he was conveyed from Ephesus. And having come down to Cesarea having gone up and greeted the church, he went down to Antioch.


And a vision was seen to Paul by night; A certain man, a Macedonian, was standing, beseeching him, and saying, Having passed to Macedonia, help us.



And he trembling and amazed said, Lord, What wilt thou me to do? And the Lord to him, Arise, and come into the city, and it shall be spoken to thee what thou must do.

And a vision was seen to Paul by night; A certain man, a Macedonian, was standing, beseeching him, and saying, Having passed to Macedonia, help us.

And it will be when Rehoboam established the kingdom, and when he strengthened himself, he forsook the law of Jehovah, and all Israel with him And it will be in the fifth year to king Rehoboam, Shishak king of Egypt came up against Jerusalem, (for they transgressed against Jehovah,) With a thousand and two hundred chariots, and with sixty thousand horsemen: and no number to the people that came with him out of Egypt; the Lubims, Sukkims, and the Cushites. read more.
And he will take fortified cities which were to Judah and he will come even to Jerusalem.


And saw him saying to me, Hasten, and come quickly out of Jerusalem: for they will not receive thy testimony of me.

And in going, it was he drawing near to Damascus: and suddenly a light from heaven flashed with lightning around him:


And a vision was seen to Paul by night; A certain man, a Macedonian, was standing, beseeching him, and saying, Having passed to Macedonia, help us.

And he saw in a vision a man, by name Ananias, coming in, and having put hand upon him, so that he might look up and see again.