Acts 18

1After and these things having withdrawn the Paul from the Athens, came into Corinth. 2And having found a certain Jew by name Aquila, Pontus by the race, recently having come from the Italy, and Priscilla wife of him, (because the to have commanded Claudius to withdraw all the Jews from the Rome,) he went to them; 3and because the same trade to be, he remained with them; and worked; they were for tent-makers the trade. 4He reasoned and in the synagogue during every sabbath, persuaded and Jews and Greeks. 5When but came down from the Macedonia the both Silas and the Timothy, was confirmed to the word the Paul, earnestly testifying to the Jews the Anointed Jesus. 6Resisting but them and blaspheming, having shaken the mantles, he said to them: The blood of you on the head of you, pure I, from the now to the Gentiles I will go. 7And having removed thence, he went into a house of one by name Justus, worshipping the God, of whom the house was adjoining to the synagogue. 8Crispus but the synagogue-ruler believed in the Lord with whole the house of himself; and many of the Corinthians hearing believed, and were dipped; 9said and the Lord through a vision by night to the Paul: Not fear, but speak and no be silent; 10because I am with thee, and no one shall attack thee of the to hurt thee; because people is for me much in the city this. 11He continued and a year and months six, teaching among them the word of the God. 12Gallio and being proconsul of the Achaia, rushed with one mind the Jews to the Paul, and led him to the tribunal, 13saying: That from the law this persuades the men to worship the God. 14being about but the Paul to open the mouth, said the Gallio to the Jews: If indeed therefore it was injustice any, or reckless evil, O Jews, according to reason I would hear with you; 15if but a question it is about a word and names and of a law of that with you, you will see yourselves; a judge for I of these not choose to be. 16And he drove them from the tribunal. 17Having taken hold and all the Greeks of Sosthenes the synagogue-ruler, they struck before the tribunal; and nothing of these the Gallio cared. 18The and Paul yet having remained days many, to the brethren having bid farewell, sailed out into the Syria, and with him Priscilla and Aquila, having shaved the head in Cenchrea; he had for a vow. 19He came and to Ephesus, and them he left there; he but having entered into the synagogue, reasoned with the Jews. 20Asking and them for longer a time to remain with them, not he consented; 21but he bade farewell to them, saying: It behooves me by all means the feast that coming to keep into Jerusalem; again but I will return to you, the God will. And he sailed from the Ephesus; 22and having gone down to Caesarea, having gone up, and having saluted the congregation, he went down to Antioch. 23And having spent time some, he went out, passing through in order, the Galatia country and Phrygia, establishing all the disciples. 24A Jew and certain Apollos by name, an Alexandrian by the birth, a man eloquent, came to Ephesus powerful being in the writings. 25This was having been instructed the way of the Lord; and being fervent in the spirit, he spoke and taught accurately the things concerning the Lord, being acquainted with only the dipping of John. 26This and began to speak boldly in the synagogue. Having heard and of him Aquila and Priscilla, took him, and more accurately to him explained the of the God way. 27Wishing and of him to pass through into the Achaia, having exhorted the brethren they wrote to the disciples to receive him; who having arrived, he helped much those having believed through the grace. 28Strenuously for with the Jews he was discussing publicly, proving by the writings, to be the Anointed Jesus.
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