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- abbreviation Acts of the Apostles
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- noun slang, African American Vernacular The Acura Legend.
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This proves an intermediate visit between the two recorded in Ac 18: 1; 20: 2.
But in Ac 28: 25 it is the breaking off of the discourse that is meant, here the final departure from the house [Olshausen].
The same visit to Jerusalem as in Ac 15: 1-4 (A.D. 50), when the council of the apostles and Church decided that Gentile Christians need not be circumcised.
The actual "separating" or "setting apart" to the work marked out for him, is mentioned in Ac 13: 2; Ro 1: 1.
When they heard this -- not the mere words reported in Ac 19: 4, but the subject expounded according to the tenor of those words. they were baptized -- not however by Paul himself (1Co 1: 14). in the name of the Lord Jesus -- into the whole fulness of the new economy, as now opened up to their believing minds.
Having then gifts differing according to the grace given to us -- Here, let it be observed, all the gifts of believers alike are viewed as communications of mere grace. whether -- we have the gift of prophecy -- that is, of inspired teaching (as in Ac 15: 32).
Quoted in Ac 13: 34. 4. him -- the mystical David (Eze 37: 24, 25; Jer 30: 9; Ho 3: 5).
In Ac 13: 33, Paul's quotation does not imply an application of this passage to the resurrection; for "raised up" in Ac 13: 32 is used as in Ac 2: 30; 3: 22,
Depart from the true "way" (so in Ac 19: 9, 23) of religion. cause ... to cease -- Let us hear no more of His name.
Gentiles -- as in Ac 10: 10-20, 48, according to the command of the vision (Ac 11: 3-17).