Trouvé 11 Résultats pour: Agrippa

  • Some days later King Agrippa and his sister Bernice arrived in Caesarea to greet Festus. As they were to stay there several days, Festus told the king about Paul's case and said to him, (Acts 25, 13)

  • Agrippa said to Festus: "I would like to hear that man." Festus answered him: "Tomorrow you shall." (Acts 25, 22)

  • On the following day, Agrippa and Bernice arrived with great ceremony and entered the audience hall with the commanders and the elders of the city. Festus ordered that Paul be brought in and said: (Acts 25, 23)

  • "King Agrippa and all here present, here you see this man about whom the whole community of the Jews came to see me, in Jerusalem as well as here, protesting loudly that he must not live. (Acts 25, 24)

  • Well, if I have no definite information, what can I write to Caesar about him? Therefore I present him before all of you, and especially before you, King Agrippa, that you may examine him and that I may know what to write. (Acts 25, 26)

  • Agrippa said to Paul: "You may speak in your own defense." So Paul stretched out his hand and began in this way: (Acts 26, 1)

  • "King Agrippa, you have just heard about the accusations of the Jews. I consider myself fortunate in having the opportunity to defend myself against all this before you today, (Acts 26, 2)

  • Since that time, King Agrippa, I did not stray from this heavenly vision; (Acts 26, 19)

  • King Agrippa, do you believe the Prophets? I know that you do." (Acts 26, 27)

  • Agrippa said to him: "You almost believe that you have already made me a Christian!" (Acts 26, 28)

  • And Agrippa said to Festus: "Had he not appealed to Caesar, he could have been set free." (Acts 26, 32)


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