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  • Then a man arrived with fresh news. 'Look!' he said, 'the men you imprisoned are in the Temple. They are standing there preaching to the people.' (Acts 5, 25)

  • Every day they went on ceaselessly teaching and proclaiming the good news of Christ Jesus, both in the temple and in private houses. (Acts 5, 42)

  • When the town clerk eventually succeeded in calming the crowd, he said, 'Citizens of Ephesus! Is there anybody who does not know that the city of the Ephesians is the guardian of the temple of great Diana and of her statue that fell from heaven? (Acts 19, 35)

  • So the next day Paul took the men along and was purified with them, and he visited the Temple to give notice of the time when the period of purification would be over and the offering would have to be presented on behalf of each of them. (Acts 21, 26)

  • The seven days were nearly over when some Jews from Asia caught sight of him in the Temple and stirred up the crowd and seized him, (Acts 21, 27)

  • shouting, 'Men of Israel, help! This is the man who preaches to everyone everywhere against our people, against the Law and against this place. He has even profaned this Holy Place by bringing Greeks into the Temple.' (Acts 21, 28)

  • They had, in fact, previously seen Trophimus the Ephesian in the city with him and thought that Paul had brought him into the Temple. (Acts 21, 29)

  • This roused the whole city; people came running from all sides; they seized Paul and dragged him out of the Temple, and the gates were closed behind them. (Acts 21, 30)

  • 'It happened that, when I got back to Jerusalem, and was praying in the Temple, I fell into a trance (Acts 22, 17)

  • He has even attempted to profane the Temple. We placed him under arrest. (Acts 24, 6)

  • and it is not true that they ever found me arguing with anyone or stirring up the mob, either in the Temple, in the synagogues, or about the town; (Acts 24, 12)

  • it was in connection with these that they found me in the Temple; I had been purified, and there was no crowd involved, and no disturbance. (Acts 24, 18)


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