Apostles

Apostles

 
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  • But one member had a different perspective. He was a Pharisee named Gamaliel, who was an expert on religious law and was very popular with the people. He stood up and ordered that the apostles be sent outside the council chamber for a while. - Acts 5:34


  • The council accepted his advice. They called in the apostles and had them flogged. Then they ordered them never again to speak in the name of Jesus, and they let them go. - Acts 5:40


  • The apostles left the high council rejoicing that God had counted them worthy to suffer dishonor for the name of Jesus. - Acts 5:41


  • So the Twelve called a meeting of all the believers. "We apostles should spend our time preaching and teaching the word of God, not administering a food program," they said. - Acts 6:2


  • These seven were presented to the apostles, who prayed for them as they laid their hands on them. - Acts 6:6


  • Saul was one of the official witnesses at the killing of Stephen. A great wave of persecution began that day, sweeping over the church in Jerusalem, and all the believers except the apostles fled into Judea and Samaria. - Acts 8:1


  • When the apostles back in Jerusalem heard that the people of Samaria had accepted God's message, they sent Peter and John there. - Acts 8:14


  • When Simon saw that the Holy Spirit was given when the apostles placed their hands upon people's heads, he offered money to buy this power. - Acts 8:18


  • Then Barnabas brought him to the apostles and told them how Saul had seen the Lord on the way to Damascus. Barnabas also told them what the Lord had said to Saul and how he boldly preached in the name of Jesus in Damascus. - Acts 9:27


  • Then the apostles accepted Saul, and after that he was constantly with them in Jerusalem, preaching boldly in the name of the Lord. - Acts 9:28


  • "And we apostles are witnesses of all he did throughout Israel and in Jerusalem. They put him to death by crucifying him, - Acts 10:39


  • Soon the news reached the apostles and other believers* in Judea that the Gentiles had received the word of God.1 - Acts 11:1


  • The apostles stayed there a long time, preaching boldly about the grace of the Lord. The Lord proved their message was true by giving them power to do miraculous signs and wonders. - Acts 14:3


  • But the people of the city were divided in their opinion about them. Some sided with the Jews, and some with the apostles. - Acts 14:4


  • When the apostles learned of it, they fled for their lives. They went to the region of Lycaonia, to the cities of Lystra and Derbe and the surrounding area, - Acts 14:6


  • The temple of Zeus was located on the outskirts of the city. The priest of the temple and the crowd brought oxen and wreaths of flowers, and they prepared to sacrifice to the apostles at the city gates. - Acts 14:13


  • Paul and Barnabas, disagreeing with them, argued forcefully and at length. Finally, Paul and Barnabas were sent to Jerusalem, accompanied by some local believers, to talk to the apostles and elders about this question. - Acts 15:2
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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