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The Holy Ghost CHAP. XIX.
is given. gently the things of the Lord, they were baptized in the knowing only the baptism of name of the Lord Jesus. John.
t 6 And when Paul had laid 26 And he began to speak his hands upon them, the boldly in the synagogue: Holy Ghost came on them; whom when Aquila and Pris- and they spake with tongues, cilla had heard, they took and prophesied. him unto them, and ex 7 And all the men were pounded unto him the way about twelve. of God more perfectly. f 8 And he went into the t 27 And when he was dispos- synagogue, and spake boldly ed to pass into Achaia, the for the space of three months, brethren wrote, exhorting disputing and persuading the the disciples to receive him: things concerning the kingwho, when he was come, dom of God. helped them much which c9 But when divers were had believed through grace: hardened, and believed not,
28 For he mightily con- but spake evil of that way vinced the Jews, and that before the multitude, he depublickly, shewing by the parted from them, and sepascriptures that Jesus was rated the disciples, disputChrist.
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io And this continued by while Apollos was at the space of two years; so Corinth, Paul having passed that all they which dwelt in through the upper coasts Asia heard the word of the came io Ephesus: and find- Lord Jesus, both Jews and ing certain disciples, Greeks. t 2 He said unto them, Have mil And God wrought speye received the Holy Ghost cial miracles by the hands of since ye believed? And they Paul: said unto him, We have not 12 So that from his body so much as heard whether were brought unto the sick there be any Holy Ghost. handkerchiefs or aprons and
3 And he said into them, the diseases departed from Unto what then were ye bap-them, and the evil spirits tized? And they said, Unto went out of them. John's baptism.
t 13 Then certain of the 4 Then said Paul, John vagabond Jews, exorcists, verily baptized with the bap- took upon them to call over tism of repentance, saying them which had evil spirits, unto the people, that they the name of the Lord Jesus, should believe on him which saying, We adjure you by Jeshould come after him, that sus whom Paul preacheth. is, on Christ Jesus,
14 And there yere seven f 5 When they heard this sonsuf one 3cevaJew, and
Conjuring books THE ACTS.
are burnt. chief of the priests, whiched Demetrius, a silversmith, did so.
which made silver shrines 15 And the evil spirit an- for Diana, brought no small swered and said, Jesus I gain unto the craftsmen; know, and Paul I know; but 25 Whom he called together who are ye?
with the workmen of like 16 And the man in whom occupation, and said, Sirs, the evil spirit was leaped on ye know that this craft them, and overcame them, we have our wealth. and prevailed against them, .4'26 Moreover ye see and so that they fled out of that hear, that not alone at Ephehouse naked and wounded. sus, but almost throughout & 17 And this was known to all Asia, this Paul hath perall the Jews and Greeks also suaded and turned away dwelling at Ephesus; and much people, saying that fear fell
on them all, and the they be no gods, which are name of the Lord Jesus was made with hands: magnified.
27 So that not only this our d 18 And many that believed craft is in danger to be set at came, and confessed, and naught; but also that the temshewed their deeds.
ple of the great goddess Dia19 Many of them also which na should be despised, and used curious arts brought her inagnificence should be their books together, and destroyed, whom all Asia and burned them before all men: the world worshippeth, and they counted the price c 28 And when they heard of them, and found it fifty these sayings, they were full thousand pieces of silver. of wrath, and cried out, say
20 So mightily grew the ing, Gréat is Diana of the word of God and prevailed. Ephesians, f 21 After these things 29 And the whole city was were ended, Paul purposed filled with confusion: and in the spirit, when he had having caught Gaius and passed through Macedonia Aristarchus, men of Maceand Achaia, to go to Jerusa- donia, Paul's companions in lem, saying, After I have travel, they rushed with one been there, I must also see accord into the theatre. Rome.
30 And when Paul would g 22 So he sent into Macedo- have entered in unto the peonia two of them that minis- ple, the disciples suffered tered unto him, Timotheus him not. and Erastus; but he himself / 31 And certain of the chief stayed in Asia for a season. of Asia, which were his
23 And the same time there friends, sent unto him, dearose no small stir about that siring him that he would not way.
adventure himself into the f 24 For a certain non nan-lheatre.
THE ACTS. to Macedonia. where they were gathered/ 18 And when they were together.
come to him, he said unto tğ And there sat in a window them, Ye know, from the first a certain young man named day that I came into Asia, Eutychus, being fallen into atter what manner I have a deep sleep: and as Paul been with you at all seawas long preaching, he sunk sons, clown with sleep, and fell d 19 Serving the Lord with down from the third loft, and all humility of mind, and was taken up dead.
with many tears, and tempta-
11 When he therefore was unto you, but have shewed
13 And we went before to Christ.
15 And we sailed thence, ing that bonds and afllictions
with joy, and the ministry
the kingdom of God, shall