Found 20 Results for: Macedonia

  • One night Paul had a vision: a Macedonian appeared and kept urging him in these words, 'Come across to Macedonia and help us.' (Acts 16, 9)

  • Once he had seen this vision we lost no time in arranging a passage to Macedonia, convinced that God had called us to bring them the good news. (Acts 16, 10)

  • and from there for Philippi, a Roman colony and the principal city of that district of Macedonia. (Acts 16, 12)

  • After Silas and Timothy had arrived from Macedonia, Paul devoted all his time to preaching, declaring to the Jews that Jesus was the Christ. (Acts 18, 5)

  • When all this was over Paul made up his mind to go back to Jerusalem through Macedonia and Achaia. 'After I have been there,' he said, 'I must go on to see Rome as well.' (Acts 19, 21)

  • So he sent two of his helpers, Timothy and Erastus, ahead of him to Macedonia, while he remained for a time in Asia. (Acts 19, 22)

  • When the disturbance was over, Paul sent for the disciples and, after speaking words of encouragement to them, said good -- bye and set out for Macedonia. (Acts 20, 1)

  • where he spent three months. He was leaving by ship for Syria when a plot organised against him by the Jews made him decide to go back by way of Macedonia. (Acts 20, 3)

  • since Macedonia and Achaia have chosen to make a generous contribution to the poor among God's holy people at Jerusalem. (Romans 15, 26)

  • In any case, I shall be coming to you after I have passed through Macedonia, as I have to go through Macedonia; (1 Corinthians 16, 5)

  • both to visit you on my way to Macedonia, and then to return to you again from Macedonia, so that you could set me on my way to Judaea. (2 Corinthians 1, 16)

  • I had no relief from anxiety, not finding my brother Titus there, and I said goodbye to them and went on to Macedonia. (2 Corinthians 2, 13)


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