These people are grumblers and 1 fault-finders who go 2 wherever their desires lead them, 3 and they give bombastic speeches, 4 enchanting folks 5 for their own gain. 6
and rescued him from all his troubles, and granted him favor and wisdom in the presence of Pharaoh, king of Egypt, who made 1 him ruler over Egypt and over all his household.
But Festus, 1 wanting to do the Jews a favor, asked Paul, “Are you willing to go up to Jerusalem and be tried 2 before me there on these charges?” 3
For this reason it is by faith so that it may be by grace, 1 with the result that the promise may be certain to all the descendants – not only to those who are under the law, but also to those who have the faith of Abraham, 2 who is the father of us all
and when James, Cephas, 1 and John, who had a reputation as 2 pillars, 3 recognized 4 the grace that had been given to me, they gave to Barnabas and me 5 the right hand of fellowship, agreeing 6 that we would go to the Gentiles and they to the circumcised. 7
that has come to you. Just as in the entire world this gospel 1 is bearing fruit and growing, so it has also been bearing fruit and growing 2 among you from the first day you heard it and understood the grace of God in truth.
I am thankful to God, whom I have served with a clear conscience as my ancestors did, 1 when I remember you in my prayers as I do constantly night and day. 2
He is the one who saved us 1 and called us with a holy calling, not based on 2 our works but on his own purpose and grace, granted to us in Christ Jesus before time began, 3
Through Silvanus, 1 whom I know to be a faithful brother, 2 I have written to you briefly, in order to encourage you and testify 3 that this is the true grace of God. Stand fast in it. 4
not like Cain 1 who was of the evil one and brutally 2 murdered his brother. And why did he murder him? Because his deeds were evil, but his brother’s were righteous.