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You don’t want to kill me the way you killed the Egyptian yesterday, do you?’ 1
He had James, the brother of John, executed with a sword. 1
Two other criminals 1 were also led away to be executed with him.
Now when they heard this, they became furious 1 and wanted to execute them. 2
Now after some days had passed, the Jews plotted 1 together to kill him,
He was speaking and debating 1 with the Greek-speaking Jews, 2 but they were trying to kill him.
Though 1 they found 2 no basis 3 for a death sentence, 4 they asked Pilate to have him executed.
The 1 chief priests and the experts in the law 2 were trying to find some way 3 to execute 4 Jesus, 5 for they were afraid of the people. 6
this man, who was handed over by the predetermined plan and foreknowledge of God, you executed 1 by nailing him to a cross at the hands of Gentiles. 2
and when he had been abandoned, 1 Pharaoh’s daughter adopted 2 him and brought him up 3 as her own son.
Requesting him to do them a favor against Paul, 1 they urged Festus 2 to summon him to Jerusalem, planning an ambush 3 to kill him along the way.
but Saul learned of their plot against him. 1 They were also watching 2 the city gates 3 day and night so that they could kill him.
We 1 are witnesses of all the things he did both in Judea 2 and in Jerusalem. 3 They 4 killed him by hanging him on a tree, 5
This man was seized 1 by the Jews and they were about to kill him, 2 when I came up 3 with the detachment 4 and rescued him, because I had learned that he was 5 a Roman citizen. 6
and then the lawless one will be revealed, whom the Lord 1 will destroy by the breath of his mouth and wipe out by the manifestation of his arrival.
then he says, “Here I am: I have come to do your will.” 1 He does away with 2 the first to establish the second.
For some time ago 1 Theudas rose up, claiming to be somebody, and about four hundred men joined him. He 2 was killed, and all who followed him were dispersed and nothing came of it. 3
When the jailer woke up 1 and saw the doors of the prison standing open, 2 he drew his sword and was about to kill himself, 3 because he assumed 4 the prisoners had escaped.
And when the blood of your witness 1 Stephen was shed, 2 I myself was standing nearby, approving, 3 and guarding the cloaks 4 of those who were killing him.’ 5
So now you and the council 1 request the commanding officer 2 to bring him down to you, as if you were going to determine 3 his case 4 by conducting a more thorough inquiry. 5 We are ready to kill him 6 before he comes near this place.” 7