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Then he had them forced away 1 from the judgment seat. 2
On a day determined in advance, Herod 1 put on his royal robes, 2 sat down on the judgment seat, 3 and made a speech 4 to them.
So they all seized Sosthenes, the president of the synagogue, 1 and began to beat 2 him in front of the judgment seat. 3 Yet none of these things were of any concern 4 to Gallio.
So after they came back here with me, 1 I did not postpone the case, 2 but the next day I sat 3 on the judgment seat 4 and ordered the man to be brought.
When Pilate heard these words he brought Jesus outside and sat down on the judgment seat 1 in the place called “The Stone Pavement” 2 (Gabbatha in 3 Aramaic). 4
Now while Gallio 1 was proconsul 2 of Achaia, 3 the Jews attacked Paul together 4 and brought him before the judgment seat, 5
But you who eat vegetables only – why do you judge your brother or sister? 1 And you who eat everything – why do you despise your brother or sister? 2 For we will all stand before the judgment seat 3 of God.
As 1 he was sitting on the judgment seat, 2 his wife sent a message 3 to him: 4 “Have nothing to do with that innocent man; 5 I have suffered greatly as a result of a dream 6 about him today.”
He 1 did not give any of it to him for an inheritance, 2 not even a foot of ground, 3 yet God 4 promised to give it to him as his possession, and to his descendants after him, 5 even though Abraham 6 as yet had no child.
After Festus 1 had stayed 2 not more than eight or ten days among them, he went down to Caesarea, 3 and the next day he sat 4 on the judgment seat 5 and ordered Paul to be brought.
Paul replied, 1 “I am standing before Caesar’s 2 judgment seat, 3 where I should be tried. 4 I have done nothing wrong 5 to the Jews, as you also know very well. 6
For we must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ, 1 so that each one may be paid back according to what he has done while in the body, whether good or evil. 2