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The gift of
ACTS XIX. the Holy Ghost. of the Lord ; and A. D. 60.ceived the Holy being z fervent in the
Ghost since ye be
z Ro. 12. 11. spirit, he spake and
lieved? And they taught diligently the
a ch. 19. 3.
said unto him, c We things of the Lord,
have not so much as knowing a only the
heard whether there baptism of John,
ch. 9. 22. be any Baluch
be any Holy Ghost.
& 17. 3. 26 And he began to
& 26. 22,
| 3 And he said unto speak boldly in the
23. them, Unto what then synagogue: whom Lu. 24. 27. were ye baptized ? when Aquila and
And they said, a Unto Priscilla had heard,
John's baptism. they took him untolt Or, is the 1,4 Then said
th: 4 Then said Paul, them, and expounded Christ, John e verily baptized unto him the way of a I Co. l. 12. with the baptism of God more perfectly. & 3.5, 6. repentance, saying
27 And when he b 1 Mac, 3. unto the people, that was disposed to pass
37. (they should believe into Achaia, the
on him which should brethren wrote, ex-c ch. 8. 16. come after him, that horting the disciples
1 Sa. 3. 7. is, on Christ Jesus.
Jno. 7. 39. to receive him: who, 1 Co. 6.19.
5 When they heard when he was come, 1 & 12. 1.&c.Ithis, they were baphelped b them much) Ga. 3.5. (tized in the name of which had believed d ch. 18. 25. the Lord Jesus. through grace : lech. 1.5.
16 And when Paul 28 For he mightily & 11. 16. had laid his hands convinced the Jews,
1 & 13. 24, upon them, the Holy and that publickly, Ma. 3. 11.
Ghost came on them; shewing by the Jno. 1.15. and h they spake with scriptures that Jesus 27. 30. tongues, and prophewas + Christ.
fch. 8. 16. sied. CHAP. XIX.
18 ch. 6. 6. 7 And all the men
& S. 17. were about twelve. 1 AND it came to h ch. 2. 4. 8 i And he went pass, that, wbile & 10. 46. into the synagogue, Apollos a was at Co. 1 Co. 12.8. Land
and spake boldly for rinth, Paul havinglich. 17. 2. the space of three passed through b thel.
hol & 18. 4.
months, disputing upper coasts came to
k ch. i. 3.
and persuading the Ephesus: and finding
& 28. 23.
things concerning certain disciples,
1 2 Ti. 1.15. The Di
the kingdom of God. 2 He said ontol jude 10.19 But when divers them, Have yerel
Trere hardened, and
ACTS XIX. exorcists rebuked. believed not, but A. D. 60. | 15 And the evil spake evil m of that
spirit answered and way before the mul.m ver. 23.
said, Jesus I know,
S ch. 9. 2. titude, he departed
& 22. 4.
and Paul I know; from them, and se- & 24. 14. but who are ye? parated the disciples, la ch. 20. 31.) 16 And the man in disputing daily in the och. 4.3. whom the evil spirit school of one Tyran- Mar.16.20. was leaped on them, nus.
Ro. 15. 18. and overcame them, 10. And n this con- p ch. 5. 15. and prevailed against tinued by the space 2K
spacei 2Ki. 4.29. them, so that they of two years : so that a Ma. 12. 27. fied out of that house all they which dwelt Mar. 9.38. naked and wounded. in Asia heard the La. 9. 49. 17 And this was word of the Lord. ch. 2. 43. known to all the Jews Jesus, both Jews and
1. and Greeks Lu. 1. 65.0
& 7. 16. 1
dwelling at Ephesus; 11 Ando Godle Ma. 3. 6.
e and fear fell on them wrought special mi..
all, and the name of racles by the hands
uch. 6. 7.
the Lord Jesus was of Paul :
magnified. 12 P So that from 19. So hot f
Ro. 15. 25.
18 And many that his body were brought, ch. 20. 22.DE
believed came, and unto the sick hand
confessed, and shew. kerchiefs or aprons, ver. 13- led their deeds. and the diseases de- * "'Bopke 19 Many of them parted from them, orns, an ex- also which used cuand the evil spirits orcist, is one riong arta hronoht went out of them.
who impels another, as 1
their books together, 13 9 Then certain in the name and burned them beof the vagabond Jews, of God, to fore all men and exorcists*, took upon the confes they counted the price them to call over them
sion of the
of them, and found it
truth, or to which had evil spirits any action. They
fifty thousand pieces the name of the Lord - priw, I of silver. Jesus, saying, We adjure, is 20 So mightily
by' lesns used for com- grew the word of whom Paul preach-thing, inter
manding any God and prevailed. eth.
posing the 21 X After these 14 And there were authority of things were ended, seven sons of one God. Paul y purposed in
Mar. 5. 7. Sceva, a Jew, and
1 Th. 5.27.”
:,,the spirit, when he chief of the Priests,
-See Scott. had passed through which did so.
Macedonia and Ac
Demetrius excitech ACTS XIX
the people. haia, to go to Jeru- A. D.59 nought: but also that salem, saying, after,
z ch. 18. 21. ue
empie 01. I have been there, 211"& 23. 11. great goddess Diana must also see Rome. | Ro. 15. 24. should be despised, 22 So he sent into
28. and her magnificence Macedonia two of a ch. 13. 5. should be destroyed, them a that minister-b Ro. 16. 23. whom all Asia and ed unto him, Timo- 2 Ti. 4. 20. the world worshiptheus and b Erastus ; c 2 Co. 1.8. peth. but he himself stayed a ch. 9.2. . 28 And when they in Asia for a season. le ch. 16. 16.he
1e heard these sayings, 23 And othe same
19. they were full of time there arose no Ps. 115. 4. wrath, and cried out, small stir about d that Is. 44. 10. saying, Great is Diway.
20. ana of the Ephesians. 24 For a certain
Je. 10. 3. 29 And the whole
Hos. 8. 6. man named Deme
de Co. 8. 4.
city was filled with trias, a silversmith, Ga. 4.8. confusion: and hav. which made silver, Ro. 16. 23. ing caught shrines * for Diana, lo i Co. 1.14. and Aristarchus, brought e no small/h ch. 20. 4. men of Macedonia, gain unto the crafts- & 27. 2. Paul's companions in men;
Col. 4. 10. travel, they rushed 25 Whom he calledl Ph. 24.
with one accord into
with together with the ver. 24 the theatre. workmen of like oc- Nass, tem-1 30 And when Paul cupation, and said, ples; i.e. would have entered Sirs, ye know that by do
in unto the people, this craft we have our tions in mi- te a
mi. (the disciples suffered wealth.
niature of thohim not. 26 Moreover ye see image and l 31 And certain of and hear that not teinple of the chief of Asia.
Diana. The alone at Ephesus, but.
which were his almost throughout all of Moloch, friends, sent unto Asia, this Paul hath Acts 7. 43, him, desiring him persuaded and turned which the that he would not away much people Israelites
adventure himself insaying that they in the wil
to the theatre. be no gods, which derness, 32 Some therefore are made with seem to have cried one thing, and hands :
been of the some another: for the 27 So that not only
assembly was conthis our craft is in
fused; and the more danger to be set at!
part knew not where
The town clerk A CTS XX. appeaseth them, fore they were come A. D. 59. [metrius, and the together.
craftsmen which are 33 And they drewlil Ti. 1. 20.1 with him." have Alexander out of thel 2 Ti. 4.14.
matter against any multitude, the Jews k ch. 12. 17. man, f the law is putting him forward.lt Gr. the open, and there are And i Alexander temple-keep-deputies : let them beckoned k with the er. implead one another. hand, and would have 1 Or, the 39 But if ye enmade his defence un-court aaysuire any thing conto the people.
are kept. 34 But when they
6 Or, or
cerning other matdinary.
ters, it shall be deterknew that he was a
mined in a y lawful Jew, all with one ti: assembly. voice about the space
b ch.9. 23.
40 For we are in of two hours cried 12: danger to be called out, Great is Diana & 25. 3. in question for this of the Ephesians. Je. 5. 26. day's uproar, there 35 And when the Ezr. 8. 31. being no
Ezr. 8. 31. being no cause where
2 Co. 11. lb townclerk had ap
by we may give an peased the people, he
account of this consaid, Ye men of Ephe-ver. 34 course. what man is The tem- 41 And when he
plo erected there that knoweth
to this god-1
had thus spoken, he
had the snaken 1 not how that the city dess, was dismissed the assem. of the Ephesians is raised at the bly. at worshipper of the expence of great goddess Diana, Bess Diana all' Asia; it CHAP. XX.
was 230 years and of the image buildin 1 AND after the which fell down from being beau- uproar was ceased, Jupiter?
tified by 127|Paul called unto him 36 Seeing then that columns, the disciples, and em
erected by so these things cannot by 50 braced them, and de
many kings, be spoken against, ye It was twice parted for to go into ought to be quiet, and burnt down, Macedonia. to do nothing rashly. and also de- 1 2 And when he had 37 For ye have molished by gone over those parts,
Constantine, brought hither these that these though there and had given the
and had given them men, which are ne-are remains much exhortation, be ther robbers of of it to this came into Greece, churches, nor yet day, it being 3 And there abode
now used as the blasphemers of your
" three months. And goddess.
when b the Jews laid 38 Wherefore if De
Iwait for him as he
ACTS XX. Eutychrus to life. was about to sail into A. D. 60. len into a deep sleep : Syria, he purposedla 19 and as Paul was long to return through Ma-1°
preaching, he sunk cedonia.
Col. 4. 10. down with sleep, and 4 And there accom-lach. 19. 29. fell down from the papied him into Asia
Tech. 16. 1. third loft, and was Sopater of Berea; and
"fEp. 6. 21.
taken up dead. of the Thessalonians, c61.4.7: 10 And Paul went Aristarchus c and Se- 2 Ti. 4. 12. down, and a fell on cundus ; and d Gaius Tit. 3. 12. him, and embracing of Derbe, and e Ti-ig ch. 21. 29. him said, o Trouble motheus; and of A. 2 Ti. 1. 20. not yourselves; for sia, i Tychicus and b Ex. 12. 14, his life is in him. Trophimus &.
15. 11 When he there
& 23. 15. 5 These going be- ,
fore was come up R
ome ich. 16. 8. fore tarried for us at 20.2. 12. again, and had brokTroas.
12 Ti. 4. 13. en bread, and eaten, 6 And we sailed 1 Co. 16, 2. and talked a long away from Philippi Re. 1. 10. while, even till break after h the days of 1 ch. 2. 42, of day, so he deunleavened bread,
46. parted. and came unto them Co.10.16. 12 And they brought to i Troas in five
& 11. 20. It emch. 1. 13.
the young man alive, days; where we
and were not a little
nl Ki.17.21. abode seven days.
2 K.4. 34. CO
comforted. 7 And upon the. Ma. 9. 24.
13 And we went befirst day of the week,
fore to ship, and when the disciples
sailed unto Assos,
I tol* i.e. To cecame together
lebrate the there intending to break bread *, Paul eucharist, or take in Paul: for so preached unto them, the Lord's had he appointed, ready to departon Supper. The minding himself to the morrow; and con
go afoot. tinued his speech un- ad ministered 14 And when he til midnight.
the oucharist met with us at Assos, 8. And there were every Lord's we took him in. and many lights m in the day, that became to Mitylene. upper chamber,where
eing the most
15 And we sailed they were gathered appropriato : thence, and came the together.
it appears to next day over against 9 And there sat in be mentioned Chios; and the next a window a certain
here as the
day we arrived at Sa
end of their day we arrived at Sa young man named
assembling. mos, and tarried at Eutychus, being fal-1
Trogyllium; and the