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  • Agrippa said to Paul: "You may speak in your own defense." So Paul stretched out his hand and began in this way: (Acts 26, 1)

  • The king is acquainted with all these things, so to him I speak with such confidence. I am convinced that he knows everything about this case, for these things did not happen in a dark corner. (Acts 26, 26)

  • Therefore, I have asked to see you and speak with you, since it is because of the hope of Israel that I bear these chains." (Acts 28, 20)

  • But we wish to hear from you what you think, although we know already that everywhere people speak against this sect that you belong to." (Acts 28, 22)

  • If our wickedness shows God to be just, would it be right to say that God is unjust when he gets angry and punishes us? (Some people might speak like this.) (Romans 3, 5)

  • As long as there was no law, they could not speak of disobedience, but sin was already in the world. (Romans 5, 13)

  • you see that I speak in a very human way, taking into account that you are not fully mature. There was a time when you let your members be slaves of impurity and disorder, walking in the way of sin; convert them now into servants of righteousness, to the point of becoming holy. (Romans 6, 19)

  • What are we saying, then? That the pagans who were not aiming at true righteousness found it (I speak of righteousness through faith); (Romans 9, 30)

  • And again: Praise the Lord, all people and let all nations speak of his magnificence. (Romans 15, 11)

  • Of course, I would not dare to speak of other things but what Christ himself has done through me, my words and my works, (Romans 15, 18)

  • In fact, we do speak of wisdom to the mature in faith, although it is not a wisdom of this world or of its rulers, who, by the way, come to nothing. (1 Corinthians 2, 6)

  • So we speak of this, not in terms inspired by human wisdom, but in a language taught by the Spirit, explaining a spiritual wisdom to spiritual persons. (1 Corinthians 2, 13)

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