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1.Ac 13,9
 
Then Saul, better known as Paul, was filled with the Holy Spirit. He looked straight at Elymas
2.Ac 13,13
 
Paul and the others left Paphos and sailed to Perga in Pamphylia. But John left them and went back to Jerusalem.
3.Ac 13,15
 
After the reading of the Law and the Prophets, the leaders sent someone over to tell Paul and Barnabas, “Friends, if you have anything to say that will help the people, please say it.”
4.Ac 13,16
 
Paul got up. He motioned with his hand and said: People of Israel, and everyone else who worships God, listen!
5.Ac 13,42
 
As Paul and Barnabas were leaving the meeting, the people begged them to say more about these same things on the next Sabbath.
6.Ac 13,43
 
After the service, many Jews and a lot of Gentiles who worshiped God went with them. Paul and Barnabas begged them all to remain faithful to God, who had been so kind to them.
7.Ac 13,45
 
When the Jewish people saw the crowds, they were very jealous. They insulted Paul and spoke against everything he said.
8.Ac 13,46
 
But Paul and Barnabas bravely said: We had to tell God's message to you before we told it to anyone else. But you rejected the message! This proves that you don't deserve eternal life. Now we are going to the Gentiles.
9.Ac 13,50
 
But the Jewish leaders went to some of the important men in the town and to some respected women who were religious. They turned them against Paul and Barnabas and started making trouble for them. They even chased them out of that part of the country.
10.Ac 13,51
 
Paul and Barnabas shook the dust from that place off their feet and went on to the city of Iconium.
11.Ac 14,1
 
Paul and Barnabas spoke in the Jewish meeting place in Iconium, just as they had done at Antioch, and many Jews and Gentiles put their faith in the Lord.
12.Ac 14,3
 
Paul and Barnabas stayed there for a while, having faith in the Lord and bravely speaking his message. The Lord gave them the power to work miracles and wonders, and he showed that their message about his great kindness was true.
13.Ac 14,5
 
Finally, some Gentiles and Jews, together with their leaders, decided to make trouble for Paul and Barnabas and to stone them to death.
14.Ac 14,9
 
The man was listening to Paul speak, when Paul saw that he had faith in Jesus and could be healed. So he looked straight at the man
15.Ac 14,11
 
When the crowd saw what Paul had done, they yelled out in the language of Lycaonia, “The gods have turned into humans and have come down to us!”
16.Ac 14,12
 
The people then gave Barnabas the name Zeus, and they gave Paul the name Hermes, because he did the talking.
17.Ac 14,13
 
The temple of Zeus was near the entrance to the city. Its priest and the crowds wanted to offer a sacrifice to Barnabas and Paul. So the priest brought some bulls and flowers to the city gates.
18.Ac 14,18
 
Even after Paul and Barnabas had said all this, they could hardly keep the people from offering a sacrifice to them.
19.Ac 14,19
 
Some Jewish leaders from Antioch and Iconium came and turned the crowds against Paul. They hit him with stones and dragged him out of the city, thinking he was dead.
20.Ac 14,20
 
But when the Lord's followers gathered around Paul, he stood up and went back into the city. The next day he and Barnabas went to Derbe.

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