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  • Then Saul, whose other name is Paul, filled with the Holy Spirit, looked at him intently (Acts 13, 9)

  • Paul and his companions went by sea from Paphos to Perga in Pamphylia where John left them to go back to Jerusalem. (Acts 13, 13)

  • Paul stood up, raised his hand for silence and began to speak: 'Men of Israel, and fearers of God, listen! (Acts 13, 16)

  • When the meeting broke up many Jews and devout converts followed Paul and Barnabas, and in their talks with them Paul and Barnabas urged them to remain faithful to the grace God had given them. (Acts 13, 43)

  • When they saw the crowds, the Jews, filled with jealousy, used blasphemies to contradict everything Paul said. (Acts 13, 45)

  • Then Paul and Barnabas spoke out fearlessly. 'We had to proclaim the word of God to you first, but since you have rejected it, since you do not think yourselves worthy of eternal life, here and now we turn to the gentiles. (Acts 13, 46)

  • But the Jews worked on some of the devout women of the upper classes and the leading men of the city; they stirred up a persecution against Paul and Barnabas and expelled them from their territory. (Acts 13, 50)

  • Accordingly Paul and Barnabas stayed on for some time, preaching fearlessly in the Lord; and he attested all they said about his gift of grace, allowing signs and wonders to be performed by them. (Acts 14, 3)

  • he was listening to Paul preaching, and Paul looked at him intently and saw that he had the faith to be cured. (Acts 14, 9)

  • Paul said in a loud voice, 'Get to your feet-stand up,' and the cripple jumped up and began to walk. (Acts 14, 10)

  • When the crowds saw what Paul had done they shouted in the language of Lycaonia, 'The gods have come down to us in human form.' (Acts 14, 11)

  • They addressed Barnabas as Zeus, and since Paul was the principal speaker they called him Hermes. (Acts 14, 12)


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