Trial

Trial

 
You are here: God >> Bible Concordance >> Trial 2
(Read Trial Part 1 First)

  • Many will be purified, cleansed, and refined by these trials. But the wicked will continue in their wickedness, and none of them will understand. Only those who are wise will know what it means. - Daniel 12:10


  • At that time I will put you on trial. I will be a ready witness against all sorcerers and adulterers and liars. I will speak against those who cheat employees of their wages, who oppress widows and orphans, or who deprive the foreigners living among you of justice, for these people do not fear me," says the LORD Almighty. - Malachi 3:5


  • And you must stand trial before governors and kings because you are my followers. This will be your opportunity to tell them about me--yes, to witness to the world. - Matthew 10:18


  • But when you are arrested and stand trial, don't worry about what to say in your defense. Just say what God tells you to. Then it is not you who will be speaking, but the Holy Spirit. - Mark 13:11


  • "And when you are brought to trial in the synagogues and before rulers and authorities, don't worry about what to say in your defense, - Luke 12:11


  • I have told you all this so that you may have peace in me. Here on earth you will have many trials and sorrows. But take heart, because I have overcome the world." - John 16:33


  • Jesus' trial before Caiaphas ended in the early hours of the morning. Then he was taken to the headquarters of the Roman governor. His accusers didn't go in themselves because it would defile them, and they wouldn't be allowed to celebrate the Passover feast. - John 18:28


  • So the apostles entered the Temple about daybreak and immediately began teaching. When the high priest and his officials arrived, they convened the high council,* along with all the elders of Israel. Then they sent for the apostles to be brought for trial.1 - Acts 5:21


  • 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


  • But Paul replied, "They have publicly beaten us without trial and jailed us--and we are Roman citizens. So now they want us to leave secretly? Certainly not! Let them come themselves to release us!" - Acts 16:37


  • I have done the Lord's work humbly--yes, and with tears. I have endured the trials that came to me from the plots of the Jews. - Acts 20:19


  • Of course, I quickly pointed out to them that Roman law does not convict people without a trial. They are given an opportunity to defend themselves face to face with their accusers. - Acts 25:16


  • "When they came here for the trial, I called the case the very next day and ordered Paul brought in. - Acts 25:17


  • I was perplexed as to how to conduct an investigation of this kind, and I asked him whether he would be willing to stand trial on these charges in Jerusalem. - Acts 25:20


  • Now I am on trial because I am looking forward to the fulfillment of God's promise made to our ancestors. - Acts 26:6


  • and he said, `Don't be afraid, Paul, for you will surely stand trial before Caesar! What's more, God in his goodness has granted safety to everyone sailing with you.' - Acts 27:24
  • Read Trial Page 3 Now!


    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

    Bible Concordance



    Worship
    Fellowship
    Discipleship
    Ministry
    Evangelism
     
     
    Does God Exist Scientifically?
    Does God Exist Philosophically?
    Is The Bible True?
    Who Is God?
    Is Jesus God?
    What Do You Believe?
    Grow with God
    Popular Issues
    Life Challenges
    Recovery
     
    Search
     

    All About GOD Home | About Us | Support Us | Sitemap
    Copyright © 2002 - 2018 AllAboutGOD.com, All Rights Reserved.