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Acts 4:27

Context
NETBible

“For indeed both Herod and Pontius Pilate, with the Gentiles and the people of Israel, assembled together in this city against 1  your holy servant Jesus, whom you anointed, 2 

XREF

Job 14:4; Job 15:14; Job 25:4; Ps 2:2,6; Ps 45:7; Isa 49:7; Isa 53:3; Isa 61:1; Zec 11:7,8; Mt 2:13-16; Mt 20:18,19; Mt 21:28; Mt 23:37; Mt 26:3; Mt 26:3,4,59-68; Mt 27:2,11-36; Mt 27:25,40-43; Mr 10:33; Mr 14:1,2,43-65; Mr 15:1-28; Mr 15:1-3,31; Lu 1:35; Lu 4:18; Lu 9:22; Lu 13:31-33; Lu 18:31-33; Lu 20:13-19; Lu 22:1; Lu 22:2-6,47-52,63-71; Lu 23:1,8-12; Lu 23:1-5; Lu 23:7-12; Lu 23:13-38; Joh 1:11; Joh 10:36; Joh 18:1-14,19-24; Joh 18:28-40; Joh 19:1-24,34; Joh 19:15; Ac 2:27; Ac 3:13; Ac 3:14; Ac 4:30; Ac 10:38; Heb 7:26

NET © Notes

sn The application of Ps 2:1-2 is that Jews and Gentiles are opposing Jesus. The surprise of the application is that Jews are now found among the enemies of God’s plan.

sn A wordplay on “Christ,” v. 26, which means “one who has been anointed.”



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