Löydetty 900 Tulokset: Jerusalem

  • Festus did not stay in Jerusalem for more than eight or ten days, and then he went to Caesarea. The next day, he took his seat on the tribunal and sent for Paul. (Acts 25, 6)

  • When Paul arrived, the Jews who came from Jerusalem stood around him and presented many serious charges which they could not prove. (Acts 25, 7)

  • Then Festus, who wanted to please the Jews, asked Paul: "Do you wish to go up to Jerusalem to be tried before me?" (Acts 25, 9)

  • When I was in Jerusalem, the chief priests and the elders of the Jews accused him and asked me to sentence him. (Acts 25, 15)

  • I did not know what to do about this case, so I asked Paul if he wanted to go to Jerusalem to be tried there. (Acts 25, 20)

  • "King Agrippa and all here present, here you see this man about whom the whole community of the Jews came to see me, in Jerusalem as well as here, protesting loudly that he must not live. (Acts 25, 24)

  • All the Jews know how I have lived from my youth, how I have lived among my own people and in Jerusalem. (Acts 26, 4)

  • This I did in Jerusalem and, with the authorization of the chief priests, I put in prison many who believed; and I cast my vote when they were condemned to death. (Acts 26, 10)

  • on the contrary, I began preaching first to those in Damascus, then to those in Jerusalem and throughout Judea, and then to the pagan nations, that they should repent and turn to God, showing the fruits of true conversion. (Acts 26, 20)

  • After three days, Paul called together the leaders of the Jews. When they had gathered, he said to them: "Brothers, though I have not done anything against our people or against the traditions of our fathers, I was arrested in Jerusalem and handed over to the Romans. (Acts 28, 17)

  • with miracles and signs, by the power of the Holy Spirit - so that non-Jews may obey the faith. In this way I have extended the Good News to all parts, from Jerusalem to Illiricum. (Romans 15, 19)

  • Right now I am going to Jerusalem to help that community. (Romans 15, 25)


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