Acts 4

Speaking and of them to the people, and came upon them the priests and the captain of the temple and the Sadducees, being grieved through the to teach them the people, and to announce in the Jesus the resurrection that out of dead ones. And they laid on them the hands, and put into keeping to the morrow; it was for evening now. Many but of those having heard the word believed; and became the number of the men about thousand five. It happened and on the morrow to be assembled of them the rulers and elders and scribes at Jerusalem; also Annas the high-priest, and Caiaphas and John and Alexander, and as many as were of the family of high-priesthood. And having placed them in middle they asked: By what power, or in what name did this you? Then Peter being filled with spirit holy, said to them: Rulers of the people, and elders of the Israel, if we to-day be examined to for kindness a man sick, by what he has been saved. 10 Known be it all to you and to all the people of Israel, that in the name of Jesus Anointed the Nazarene, whom you crucified whom the God raised out of the dead ones, by him this has stood in presence of you sound. 11 This is the stone that having been despised by you the builders, the having been made into a head of a corner. 12 And not is in another to any one the salvation; not even for a name is another under the heaven, that having been given among men, in which must to be saved us. 13 Seeing and the of the Peter boldness and of John, and having perceived, that men unlearned they are and ungifted, they wondered, they knew and them, that with the Jesus they were; 14 the and man beholding with them standing that having been healed, nothing they had to say against. 15 Having ordered and them outside of the high-council to go, they consulted with each other, 16 saying: What shall we do to the men these? that indeed for known a sign has been done by them, to all those dwelling in Jerusalem manifest, and not we were able to deny. 17 But that not to more it may spread among the people, with a threat let us threaten them, no longer to speak in the name this to any man. 18 And having called them, they charged them not at all not to speak nor to teach in the name of the Jesus. 19 The but Peter and John answering to them said: If just it is in presence of the God, you to hearken rather than the God, judge you. 20 Not are able for we, what we saw and heard, not to speak. 21 They and having again threatened them dismissed them, nothing finding the how they might punish them, on account of the people; because all glorified the God on account of that having been done. 22 Years for was more forty the man; on whom was wrought the sign this of the cure. 23 Having been dismissed and they came to the own friends, and related what things to them the high-priests and the elders said. 24 They and having heard, with one mind lifted up a voice to the God, and said: O Sovereign, thou the God, that having made the heaven and the earth and the sea, and all the things in them; 25 who through mouth of David a servant of thee having said: Why raged nations, and peoples devised vain things? 26 Stood up the kings of the earth, and the rulers were assembled in the same, against the Lord, and against the Anointed of him. 27 Were gathered for in truth in the city this against the holy servant of thee Jesus, whom thou didst anoint, Herod both and Pontius Pilate, with Gentiles and peoples of Israel, 28 to do what things the hand of thee and the will of thee before marked out to be done. 29 And now, O Lord, look thou upon the treats of them, and grant to the slaves of thee, with freedom all to speak the word of thee, 30 in the the hand of thee to stretch out thee for healing, and signs and prodigies to do through the name of the holy child of thee Jesus. 31 And having prayed of them was shaken the place, in which they were assembled; and they were filled all of a spirit holy, and spoke the word of the God with freedom. 32 Of the and multitude of those having believed was the heart and the soul one; and not even one any of the possessions of him said his own to be, but was to them all things common. 33 And with great power the testimony the apostles of the resurrection of the Lord Jesus; favor and great was on all them. 34 Not even for the poor any one was among them; such as for owners of lands or houses were, were selling bringing the prices of those being sold, 35 and were placing at the feet of the apostles; it was divided and to each one, according as might one need have. 36 Joses and, he being surnamed Barnabas by the apostles, (which is being translated, a son of exhortation,) a Levite, a Cyprian by the birth, 37 having to him a field, having sold brought the price, and placed at the feet of the apostles.
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