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  • While Peter and John were speaking to the people, the leading priests, the captain of the Temple guard, and some of the Sadducees came over to them. - Acts 4:1

  • But when the Temple guards went to the jail, the men were gone. So they returned to the council and reported, - Acts 5:22

  • "The jail was locked, with the guards standing outside, but when we opened the gates, no one was there!" - Acts 5:23

  • When the captain of the Temple guard and the leading priests heard this, they were perplexed, wondering where it would all end. - Acts 5:24

  • The captain went with his Temple guards and arrested them, but without violence, for they were afraid the people would kill them if they treated the apostles roughly. - Acts 5:26

  • and imprisoned him, placing him under the guard of four squads of four soldiers each. Herod's intention was to bring Peter out for public trial after the Passover. - Acts 12:4

  • The night before Peter was to be placed on trial, he was asleep, chained between two soldiers, with others standing guard at the prison gate. - Acts 12:6

  • They passed the first and second guard posts and came to the iron gate to the street, and this opened to them all by itself. So they passed through and started walking down the street, and then the angel suddenly left him. - Acts 12:10

  • Herod Agrippa ordered a thorough search for him. When he couldn't be found, Herod interrogated the guards and sentenced them to death. Afterward Herod left Judea to stay in Caesarea for a while. - Acts 12:19

  • At last the mayor was able to quiet them down enough to speak. "Citizens of Ephesus," he said. "Everyone knows that Ephesus is the official guardian of the temple of the great Artemis, whose image fell down to us from heaven. - Acts 19:35

  • When we arrived in Rome, Paul was permitted to have his own private lodging, though he was guarded by a soldier. - Acts 28:16

  • Be on guard. Stand true to what you believe. Be courageous. Be strong. - 1 Corinthians 16:13

  • By traveling together we will guard against any suspicion, for we are anxious that no one should find fault with the way we are handling this generous gift. - 2 Corinthians 8:20

  • When I was in Damascus, the governor under King Aretas kept guards at the city gates to catch me. - 2 Corinthians 11:32

  • Until faith in Christ was shown to us as the way of becoming right with God, we were guarded by the law. We were kept in protective custody, so to speak, until we could put our faith in the coming Savior. - Galatians 3:23

  • Let me put it another way. The law was our guardian and teacher to lead us until Christ came. So now, through faith in Christ, we are made right with God. - Galatians 3:24

  • But now that faith in Christ has come, we no longer need the law as our guardian. - Galatians 3:25
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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