Acts 31 In the same now Peter and John were going up into the temple at the hour of the prayer the ninth. 2 And a certain man lame from womb of mother of himself being, was being carried; whom they placed every day at the door of the temple that being called beautiful, the to ask alms from those entering into the temple. 3 Who seeing Peter and John being about to go into the temple, asked alms to receive. 4 Looking steadily and Peter on him with the John, said: Look on us. 5 He and gave heed to them, expecting something from them to receive. 6 Said and Peter: Silver and gold not are possessed by me; what but I have, this to thee I give. In the name of Jesus Anointed the Nazarene do thou arise and walk. 7 And having taken him the right hand he rose up; immediately and were strengthened of him the feet and the ankle-bones. 8 And leaping up he stood, and walked; and entered with them into the temple, walking and leaping, and praising the God. 9 And saw him all the people walking and praising the God; 10 they knew and him, that he was who for the alms sitting at the beautiful gate of the temple; and they were filled with wonder and amazement at that having happened to him. 11 Holding fast and of him the Peter and John, ran together to them all the people to the porch that being called of Solomon, awe-struck. 12 Seeing and Peter answered to the people: Men Israelites, why do you wonder at this? or to us why look you earnestly, as by own power or piety having been made of the to walk him? 13 The God of Abraham and Isaac and Jacob, the God of the fathers of us, glorified the servant of himself Jesus, whom you indeed delivered up, and denied him in face of Pilate, having judged he to release. 14 You but the holy and righteous denied, and asked a man a murderer to be granted to you, 15 the and prince of the life you killed; whom the God raised out of dead ones, of whom we witnesses are; 16 and by the faith of the name of him, this whom you behold and know, strengthened the name of him; and the faith that through him gave to him the perfect soundness this in presence of all of you. 17 And now, brethren, I know that in ignorance you did, as also the rulers of you. 18 The but God what he foretold through mouth of all of the prophets of himself, to suffer the Anointed, he fulfilled thus. 19 Reform you therefore and turn you, in order that the to be wiped out of you the sins, that may come seasons of refreshing from face of the Lord, 20 and he may send him having been before destined for you Jesus Anointed; 21 whom must heaven indeed to receive till time of restoration of all things, which spoke the God through mouth of the holy of himself prophets from an age. 22 Moses indeed to the fathers said: That a prophet to you shall raise up Lord the God of you, from of the brethren of you; like me; of him you shall hear in all things, which he may speak to you. 23 It shall be and, every soul whatever not may hear the prophet that, shall be destroyed out of the people. 24 Also all and the prophets from Samuel and those succeeding as many as spoke also told of the days these. 25 You are the sons of the prophets, and of the covenant, which ratified the God to the fathers of us, saying to Abraham: And in the seed of thee shall be blessed all the families of the earth. 26 To you first the God, having raised up the servant of himself, sent him blessing you, in the to turn each one from the evil deeds of you.
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