Jerusalem

Jerusalem

 
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  • And he appeared over a period of many days to those who had gone with him from Galilee to Jerusalem--these are his witnesses to the people of Israel. - Acts 13:31


  • 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


  • The church sent the delegates to Jerusalem, and they stopped along the way in Phoenicia and Samaria to visit the believers.* They told them--much to everyone's joy--that the Gentiles, too, were being converted.2 - Acts 15:3


  • When they arrived in Jerusalem, Paul and Barnabas were welcomed by the whole church, including the apostles and elders. They reported on what God had been doing through their ministry. - Acts 15:4


  • Then the apostles and elders and the whole church in Jerusalem chose delegates, and they sent them to Antioch of Syria with Paul and Barnabas to report on this decision. The men chosen were two of the church leaders*--Judas (also called Barsabbas) and Silas.8 - Acts 15:22


  • This is the letter they took along with them: "This letter is from the apostles and elders, your brothers in Jerusalem. It is written to the Gentile believers in Antioch, Syria, and Cilicia. Greetings! - Acts 15:23


  • They stayed for a while, and then Judas and Silas were sent back to Jerusalem, with the blessings of the Christians, to those who had sent them.*1 - Acts 15:33


  • Then they went from town to town, explaining the decision regarding the commandments that were to be obeyed, as decided by the apostles and elders in Jerusalem. - Acts 16:4


  • The next stop was at the port of Caesarea. From there he went up and visited the church at Jerusalem* and then went back to Antioch.5 - Acts 18:22


  • Afterward Paul felt impelled by the Holy Spirit* to go over to Macedonia and Achaia before returning to Jerusalem. "And after that," he said, "I must go on to Rome!"3 - Acts 19:21


  • Paul had decided against stopping at Ephesus this time because he didn't want to spend further time in the province of Asia. He was hurrying to get to Jerusalem, if possible, for the Festival of Pentecost. - Acts 20:16


  • "And now I am going to Jerusalem, drawn there irresistibly by the Holy Spirit,* not knowing what awaits me,5 - Acts 20:22


  • We went ashore, found the local believers,* and stayed with them a week. These disciples prophesied through the Holy Spirit that Paul should not go on to Jerusalem.1 - Acts 21:4


  • When he visited us, he took Paul's belt and bound his own feet and hands with it. Then he said, "The Holy Spirit declares, `So shall the owner of this belt be bound by the Jewish leaders in Jerusalem and turned over to the Romans.' " - Acts 21:11


  • When we heard this, we who were traveling with him, as well as the local believers, begged Paul not to go on to Jerusalem. - Acts 21:12


  • But he said, "Why all this weeping? You are breaking my heart! For I am ready not only to be jailed at Jerusalem but also to die for the sake of the Lord Jesus." - Acts 21:13


  • Shortly afterward we packed our things and left for Jerusalem. - Acts 21:15
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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