Thematic Bible

Thematic Bible

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.

Saying to the king, Wickedness; (Belial) to nobles, Injustice.

In a multitude of people the king's decoration: and in the cessation of the people the destruction of the prince.

The acceptance of the king to a servant of understanding: and his wrath shall be to him causing shame.

If thou shalt sit to eat with a ruler, understanding, thou shalt understand what is before thee. And put a knife to thy swallow if thou the possessor of a soul. Thou shalt not long for his dainties: and it is the bread of lies.

Therefore these things not being refuted, it is necessary for you to be restrained, and to do nothing rash. For ye brought these men not sacrilegious, nor blaspheming your goddess. If truly therefore Demetrius, and the artificers with him, have a word against any, the court days are kept, and there are proconsuls; let them prosecute one another. read more.
But if ye inquire anything concerning, other things, it shall be explained in a lawful assembly.

And as he held him before with thongs, Paul said to the centurion standing by, Is it lawful to scourge a man a Roman, and uncondemned? And the centurion having heard, having come near announced to the captain of a thousand, See what thou art about to do: for this man is a Roman. And the captain of a thousand having come near, said to him, Tell me if thou art a Roman. And he said, Yes. read more.
And the captain of a thousand answered, I obtained this citizenship for much capital. And Paul said, And I have been born. Then quickly they about to examine him withdrew from him: and the captain of a thousand was afraid, knowing that he is a Roman, and because he had bound him.

In which they found me purified in the temple, not with the crowd, nor with uproar, and certain Jews from Asia. Who ought to be present to thee, and accuse, if they have anything against me.

Therefore the able among you, he says, having gone down together, if there be anything in this man, let them accuse him.

And Paul said, At Caesar's judgment seat am I standing where I must he judged: I injured the Jews nothing, as thou also knowest better.

To whom I answered, That it is not the custom to Romans to yield up any man to destruction, before that the accused may have the accusers before the face, and take place for defence for the accusation.

In a multitude of people the king's decoration: and in the cessation of the people the destruction of the prince.

Not for kings, O Lemuel, not for kings to drink and for princes the desire of strong drink: Lest he shall drink and forget what is prescribed, and change the judgment of all the sons of affliction. Ye shall give strong drink to him perishing, and wine to the bitter of soul read more.
He shall drink and forget his poverty, and shall no more remember his toil.

The God of Israel said to me, the Rock of Israel spake a parable upon the just man: a parable to fear God.

For thou, O God, heartiest to my vows: thou gavest the inheritance to those fearing thy name. Thou wilt add days to the days of the king: his years as generation and generation. He shall dwell before God forever: mercy and truth a portion shall guard him.

Vow, ye, and repay to Jehovah your God: all being round about him shall bring a gift for fear. He will cut off the spirit of leaders, being terrible to the kings of the earth.

All the kings of the earth shall praise thee, O Jehovah, for they heard the sayings of thy mouth. And they shall sing in the ways of Jehovah: for great the glory of Jehovah.

An abomination of kings to do injustice: for in justice shall the throne be prepared. Lips of justice the acceptance of kings; and he will love the word of the upright The king's wrath, messengers of death: and a wise man shall expiate it read more.
In the light of the king's face is life, and his acceptance as the cloud of the latter rain.

The lip of excellence is not becoming to, the foolish one: much less the lip. of falsehood to the noble one.

The king shall sit upon the throne of judgment scattering with his eyes all evil.

The glory of God to conceal the word: and the glory of kings to search the word. The heavens for height, and the earth for depth, and the heart of kings not searched out Take ye away the dross from the silver, and a vessel shall come forth for the goldsmith. read more.
Take ye away the unjust one from before the king, and his throne shall be prepared in justice.

Wheresoever the word of a king, it is powerful: and who shall say to him, What wilt thou do?

In a multitude of people the king's decoration: and in the cessation of the people the destruction of the prince.