'Welcomed' in the Bible
because I was hungry, and you gave me something to eat. I was thirsty, and you gave me something to drink. I was a stranger, and you welcomed me.
When Jesus came back, the crowd welcomed him, because everyone was expecting him.
But the crowds found out about this and followed him. He welcomed them and began to speak to them about the kingdom of God and to heal those who needed healing.
Now as they were traveling along, Jesus went into a village. A woman named Martha welcomed him into her home.
When he arrived in Galilee, the Galileans welcomed him because they had seen everything that he had done in Jerusalem during the festival and because they, too, had gone to the festival.
So those who welcomed his message were baptized. That day about 3,000 people were added to their number.
So Peter welcomed them as his guests. The next day, he got up and went with them, and some of the brothers from Joppa went along with him.
When they arrived in Jerusalem, they were welcomed by the church, the apostles, and the elders, and they reported everything that God had done through them.
and Jason has welcomed them as his guests. All of them oppose the emperor's decrees by saying that there is another king Jesus!"
When we arrived in Jerusalem, the brothers there welcomed us warmly.
The governor of the island, whose name was Publius, owned estates in that part of the island. He welcomed us and entertained us with great hospitality for three days.
For two whole years Paul lived in his own rented place and welcomed everyone who came to him.
His affection for you is even greater as he remembers how obedient all of you were and how you welcomed him with fear and trembling.
He welcomed my request and eagerly went to visit you by his own free will.
Even though my condition put you to the test, you did not despise or reject me. On the contrary, you welcomed me as if I were an angel of God, or as if I were the Messiah Jesus.
You became imitators of us and of the Lord. In spite of a great deal of suffering, you welcomed the word with the joy that the Holy Spirit produces.
She must be well known for her good actions as a woman who has raised children, welcomed strangers, washed the saints' feet, helped the suffering, and devoted herself to doing good in every way.
All these people died having faith. They did not receive the things that were promised, yet they saw them in the distant future and welcomed them, acknowledging that they were strangers and foreigners on earth.
By faith Rahab the prostitute did not die with those who were disobedient, because she had welcomed the spies with a greeting of peace.