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  • The official asked Philip, "Tell me, please, does the prophet speak of himself or of someone else?" (Acts 8, 34)

  • After the reading of the Law and the Prophets, the officials of the synagogue sent this message to them, "Brothers, if you have any word of encouragement for the assembly, please speak up." (Acts 13, 15)

  • As Paul and Barnabas withdrew, they were invited to speak again on the same subject the following sabbath. (Acts 13, 42)

  • Epicureans and Stoic philosophers debated with him, some of them asking, "What is this babbler trying to say?" Others commented, "He sounds like a promoter of foreign gods," because he was heard to speak of Jesus and 'the Resurrection.' (Acts 17, 18)

  • When they heard Paul speak of a resurrection from death, some made fun of him, while others said, "We must hear you on this topic some other time." (Acts 17, 32)

  • Paul was about to speak in his own defense when Gallio said to the Jews, "If it were a matter of a misdeed or vicious crime, I would have to consider your complaint. (Acts 18, 14)

  • As he began to speak boldly in the synagogue, Priscilla and Aquila heard him; so they took him home with them and explained to him the way more accurately. (Acts 18, 26)

  • Then Paul laid his hands on them and the Holy Spirit came down upon them; and they began to speak in tongues and to prophesy. (Acts 19, 6)

  • Some of the crowd wanted a certain Alexander to speak, whom the Jews put forward. Alexander intended to make a speech of defense before the crowd, (Acts 19, 33)

  • Just as he was about to be taken inside, Paul said to the commander, "May I say something to you?" He replied, "So you speak Greek! (Acts 21, 37)

  • So Paul standing on the steps, motioned to the people with his hand and, when they were silent, he began to speak to them in Hebrew. (Acts 21, 40)

  • After some days, Felix came with his wife Drusilla who was a Jew. He sent for Paul and let him speak about faith in Christ. (Acts 24, 24)

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