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  • And Paul, calling to him one of the centurions, said: Bring this young man to the tribune, for he hath some thing to tell him. (Acts 23, 17)

  • And he taking him, brought him to the tribune, and said: Paul, the prisoner, desired me to bring this young man unto thee, who hath some thing to say to thee. (Acts 23, 18)

  • And he said: The Jews have agreed to desire thee, that thou wouldst bring forth Paul to morrow into the council, as if they meant to inquire some thing more certain touching him. (Acts 23, 20)

  • And provide beasts, that they may set Paul on, and bring him safe to Felix the governor. (Acts 23, 24)

  • Then the soldiers, according as it was commanded them, taking Paul, brought him by night to Antipatris. (Acts 23, 31)

  • Who, when they were come to Caesarea, and had delivered the letter to the governor, did also present Paul before him. (Acts 23, 33)

  • And after five days the high priest Ananias came down, with some of the ancients, and one Tertullus an orator, who went to the governor against Paul. (Acts 24, 1)

  • And Paul being called for, Tertullus began to accuse him, saying: Whereas through thee we live in much peace, and many things are rectified by thy providence, (Acts 24, 2)

  • Then Paul answered, (the governor making a sign to him to speak:) Knowing that for many years thou hast been judge over this nation, I will with good courage answer for myself. (Acts 24, 10)

  • And after some days, Felix, coming with Drusilla his wife, who was a Jew, sent for Paul, and heard of him the faith, that is in Christ Jesus. (Acts 24, 24)

  • Hoping also withal, that money should be given him by Paul; for which cause also oftentimes sending for him, he spoke with him. (Acts 24, 26)

  • But when two years were ended, Felix had for successor Portius Festus. And Felix being willing to shew the Jews a pleasure, left Paul bound. (Acts 24, 27)

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