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Acts 13:10


and said, “You who are full of all deceit and all wrongdoing, 1  you son of the devil, you enemy of all righteousness – will you not stop making crooked the straight paths of the Lord? 2 


Ge 3:15; Ge 18:19; 2Ch 17:6; Ec 9:3; Jer 23:36; Ho 14:9; Mt 3:7; Mt 13:38; Mt 15:19; Mt 23:13; Mt 23:25-33; Lu 11:39; Lu 11:52; Joh 1:23; Joh 8:44; Ac 8:20-23; Ac 18:25,26; Ac 20:30; 2Co 11:3; Ga 1:7; 1Jo 3:8

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tn Or “unscrupulousness.”

sn “You who…paths of the Lord?” This rebuke is like ones from the OT prophets: Jer 5:27; Gen 32:11; Prov 10:7; Hos 14:9. Five separate remarks indicate the magician’s failings. The closing rhetorical question of v. 10 (“will you not stop…?”) shows how opposed he is to the way of God.

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