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Etheridge < < Acts 25 > > Murdock

2 The Jews accuse Paul before Festus. 8 He answereth for himself, 11 and appealeth unto Cesar. 14 Afterwards Festus openeth his matter to King Agrippa, 23 and he is brought forth. 25 Festus cleareth him to have done nothing worthy of death.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:1 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:1 Comment Online 25:1 And when Festos came to Cesarea, after three days he went up to Urishlem.

  

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:1 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:1 Comment Online 25:1 And when Festus arrived at Caesarea, he, after three days, went up to Jerusalem.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:2 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:2 Comment Online 25:2 And the chief priest and elders showed him concerning Paulos,

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:2 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:2 Comment Online 25:2 And the chief priests and the head men of the Jews made representations to him concerning Paul.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:3 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:3 Comment Online 25:3 and besought from him, asking of him this favour, that he would bring him to Urishlem, while they would act treacherously in the way by killing him.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:3 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:3 Comment Online 25:3 And they petitioned him, asking of him the favor, that he would send for him to come to Jerusalem; they placing an ambush to slay him by the way.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:4 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:4 Comment Online 25:4 And Festos returned the word, That Paulos was kept in Cesarea, and I am hastening to proceed;

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:4 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:4 Comment Online 25:4 But Festus made answer: Paul is in custody at Caesarea, whither I am in haste to go.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:5 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:5 Comment Online 25:5 let those therefore of you who are able, go down with us, and accuse him of whatever guilt there is in the man.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:5 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:5 Comment Online 25:5 Therefore, let those among you who are able, go down with us, and make presentment of every offence there is in the man.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:6 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:6 Comment Online 25:6 And when he had been there eight days or ten, he went down to Cesarea. And the day after he sat on the tribunal, and commanded to bring Paulos.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:6 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:6 Comment Online 25:6 And when he had been there eight or ten days, he came down to Caesarea. And the next day, he sat on the tribunal, and commanded Paul to be brought.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:7 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:7 Comment Online 25:7 And when he had come, the Jihudoyee who had come down from Urishlem surrounded him, and accusations many and hard brought against him, which they were not able to prove;

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:7 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:7 Comment Online 25:7 And when he came, the Jews who had come from Jerusalem surrounded him, and preferred against him many and weighty charges, which they were unable to substantiate.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:8 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:8 Comment Online 25:8 while Paulos put forth the mind, that he had not offended in any thing, neither against the law of the Jihudoyee, nor against the temple, nor against Caesar.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:8 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:8 Comment Online 25:8 Meanwhile Paul maintained, that he had committed no offence, either against the Jewish law, or against the temple, or against Caesar.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:9 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:9 Comment Online 25:9 But Festos, because he willed to accord a favour to the Jihudoyee, said to Paulos, Art thou willing to go up to Urishlem, and there concerning these things to be judged before me?

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:9 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:9 Comment Online 25:9 But Festus, because he was disposed to conciliate the favor of the Jews, said to Paul: Wilt thou go up to Jerusalem, and there be tried before me for these things?

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:10 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:10 Comment Online 25:10 Paulos answered, and said, At the tribunal of Caesar stand I. There it is right for me to be judged. Not any thing have I transgressed against the Jihudoyee, as also thou knowest;

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:10 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:10 Comment Online 25:10 Paul replied, and said: I stand before Caesar's tribunal: here I ought to be tried. Against the Jews I have committed no offence, as thou also well knowest.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:11 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:11 Comment Online 25:11 and if a crime I have committed, or any thing worthy of death, I ask not (to be exempted) from death. But, if there be nothing in me of which these accuse me, no man shall give me to them as a gift. I invoke the appeals of Caesar.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:11 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:11 Comment Online 25:11 If I had committed any crime, or done any thing worthy of death, I would not refuse to die. But if none of the things of which they accuse me, is upon me, no one may sacrifice me to their pleasure. I announce an appeal to Caesar.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:12 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:12 Comment Online 25:12 Then Festos, having spoken with the sons of his council, said, The appeals of Caesar hast thou invoked? To Caesar goest thou.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:12 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:12 Comment Online 25:12 Then Festus conferred with his counsellors, and said: Hast thou declared an appeal to Caesar? Unto Caesar shalt thou go.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:13 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:13 Comment Online 25:13 ¶ AND when days had been, Agripos the king and Bernike came down to Cesarea to salute Festos.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:13 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:13 Comment Online 25:13 And when [some] days had passed, Agrippa the king, and Bernice, came down to Caesarea to salute Festus.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:14 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:14 Comment Online 25:14 And when they had been with him (some) days, Festos recounted to the king the judgment of Paulos, saying, A certain man has been left bound by Felix;

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:14 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:14 Comment Online 25:14 And when they had been with him: [some] days, Festus related to the king the case of Paul, saying: A certain man was left a prisoner by Felix:

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:15 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:15 Comment Online 25:15 and when I was at Urishlem, the chief priests and elders of the Jihudoyee informed me against him, and begged that I would do for them judgment against him.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:15 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:15 Comment Online 25:15 And when I was at Jerusalem, the: chief priests and the Elders of the Jews informed me respecting him, and desired that I would pass judgment upon him in their favor.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:16 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:16 Comment Online 25:16 And I told them, it was not the custom of the Romans to give any man as a gift to be killed, until his adversaries have come and accused him to his face, and there be given him place to defend himself against that of which he is accused.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:16 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:16 Comment Online 25:16 And I told them, It is not the custom of the Romans, to give up a man gratuitously to be slain; until his accuser appeareth and chargeth him to his face, and opportunity is afforded him to make defence respecting what is charged upon him.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:17 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:17 Comment Online 25:17 And when I had come hither, without delay, the day after I sat on the tribunal, and commanded to bring the man to me.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:17 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:17 Comment Online 25:17 And: when I had come hither, without delay, I the next day sat on the tribunal, and commanded the man to be brought before me.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:18 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:18 Comment Online 25:18 And his accusers stood up with him, but could not find any evil accusation to prove against him, (such) as I had expected,

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:18 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:18 Comment Online 25:18 And his accusers stood up with him; and they were not able to substantiate any criminal charge against him, as I had expected;

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:19 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:19 Comment Online 25:19 but (had) various questions with him regarding their worship, and concerning Jeshu, a man who was dead, of whom Paulos said that he was alive.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:19 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:19 Comment Online 25:19 but they had certain controversies with him respecting their worship, and respecting one Jesus, who died, but who, as Paul said, was alive.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:20 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:20 Comment Online 25:20 And because I stood not upon the investigation of these (matters), I said to Paulos, Dost thou require to go to Urishlem, and there be judged concerning these?

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:20 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:20 Comment Online 25:20 And because I was not well established in regard to these questions, I said to Paul: Dost thou ask to go to Jerusalem, and there be judged concerning these matters?

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:21 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:21 Comment Online 25:21 But he required to be kept unto the judgment of Caesar; and I commanded that he should be kept until I may send him to Caesar.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:21 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:21 Comment Online 25:21 But he requested to be reserved for a trial before Caesar: and I ordered him to be kept, till I could send him to Caesar.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:22 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:22 Comment Online 25:22 And Agripos said, I would hear this man. And Festos said, To-morrow thou shalt hear him.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:22 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:22 Comment Online 25:22 And Agrippa said: I should like to hear that man. And Festus said: To-morrow thou shalt hear him.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:23 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:23 Comment Online 25:23 And the day after came Agripos and Bernike with great pomp, and entered the house of judgment, with the tribunes and the chiefs of the city. And Festos commanded, and Paulos came.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:23 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:23 Comment Online 25:23 And the next day, came Agrippa and Bernice, with great pomp, and entered the house of trials, with the Chiliarchs and chiefs of the city: and Festus commanded, and Paul came.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:24 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:24 Comment Online 25:24 And Festos said, King Agripos, and all men who are with us, concerning this man whom you see have all the people of the Jihudoyee taken me at Urishlem and here, crying, that This ought not further to live;

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:24 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:24 Comment Online 25:24 And Festus said: King Agrippa, and all persons present with us; concerning this man whom ye see, all the people of the Jews applied to me, at Jerusalem and also here, crying out, that he ought no longer to live.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:25 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:25 Comment Online 25:25 but I perceived not that he had done any thing worthy of death. And because he required to be reserved for the judgment of Caesar, I have commanded that he should be sent.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:25 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:25 Comment Online 25:25 Yet on investigation, I found that he hath done nothing deserving death. But, because he requested to be reserved for the hearing of Caesar, I have ordered him to be sent.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:26 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:26 Comment Online 25:26 But (as) I know not what to write of him unto Caesar, therefore have I willed to bring him before you, and especially before thee, king Agripos, that, having inquired into his case, I may find what to write.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:26 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:26 Comment Online 25:26 And I know not what I can write to Caesar, in regard to him: and therefore I wished to bring him before you, and especially before thee, king Agrippa; that when his case shall have been heard, I may find what to write.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:27 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:27 Comment Online 25:27 For it is not fit when we send a man bound, not to record his transgression.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 25:27 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 25:27 Comment Online 25:27 For it is unsuitable, when we send up a prisoner, not to designate his offence.

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