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Now when they heard this, they became furious 1 and wanted to execute them. 2
Barnabas wanted to bring John called Mark along with them too,
But when Paul wanted to enter the public assembly, 1 the disciples would not let him.
And with this confidence I intended to come to you first so that you would get a second opportunity to see us, 1
Because Joseph, her husband to be, 1 was a righteous man, and because he did not want to disgrace her, he intended to divorce her 2 privately.
For you are bringing some surprising things 1 to our ears, so we want to know what they 2 mean.”
Since I wanted to know 1 what charge they were accusing him of, 2 I brought him down to their council. 3
Agrippa 1 said to Festus, 2 “I would also like to hear the man myself.” “Tomorrow,” he replied, 3 “you will hear him.”
When 1 they had heard my case, 2 they wanted to release me, 3 because there was no basis for a death sentence 4 against me.
It is one and the same Spirit, distributing as he decides to each person, who produces all these things.
I want you to know, brothers and sisters, 1 that my situation has actually turned out to advance the gospel: 2
So I want the men 1 to pray 2 in every place, lifting up holy hands 3 without anger or dispute.
So I want younger women to marry, raise children, and manage a household, in order to give the adversary no opportunity to vilify us. 1
I wanted to keep him so that he could serve me in your place 1 during 2 my imprisonment for the sake of the gospel. 3
By his sovereign plan he gave us birth 1 through the message of truth, that we would be a kind of firstfruits of all he created.
Because he wanted to satisfy the crowd, Pilate released Barabbas for them. Then, 1 after he had Jesus flogged, 2 he handed him over 3 to be crucified.
“Father, if you are willing, take 1 this cup 2 away from me. Yet not my will but yours 3 be done.”
But it is your custom that I release one prisoner 1 for you at the Passover. 2 So do you want me to release for you the king of the Jews?”
When he had seized him, he put him in prison, handing him over to four squads 1 of soldiers to guard him. Herod 2 planned 3 to bring him out for public trial 4 after the Passover.
but since it concerns points of disagreement 1 about words and names and your own law, settle 2 it yourselves. I will not be 3 a judge of these things!”