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  • So Paul left there and went to the house of a God-fearing man named Titus Justus who lived next door to the synagogue. (Acts 18, 7)

  • But one day, when they entered a house and dared to do this, the evil spirit said to them, "Jesus I recognize and Paul I know; but who are you?" (Acts 19, 15)

  • Then the man with the evil spirit sprang at them and overpowered first one and then another. And he handled them so violently that they fled from that house naked and mauled. (Acts 19, 16)

  • On the following day we left and came to Caesarea. There we entered the house of Philip the evangelist and we stayed with him. He was one of the Seven (Acts 21, 8)

  • With us were some of the disciples of Caesarea who brought us to the house of a Cypriot where we were to stay. He was called Mnason and was one of the early disciples. (Acts 21, 16)

  • The next day Paul went with us to James' house where all the elders had gathered. (Acts 21, 18)

  • Upon our arrival in Rome, the captain turned the prisoners over to the military governor but permitted Paul to lodge in a private house with the soldier who guarded him. (Acts 28, 16)

  • Paul stayed for two whole years in a house he himself rented, where he received without any hindrance all those who came to see him. (Acts 28, 30)

  • Greetings also to the church that meets in their house. Greetings to my dear Epaenetus, the first in the province of Asia to believe in Christ. (Romans 16, 5)

  • Greetings from Gaius, who has given me lodging and in whose house the church meets. Greetings from Erastus, treasurer of the city, and from our brother Quartus. Glory be to God! (Romans 16, 23)

  • For I heard from people of Cloe's house about your rivalries. (1 Corinthians 1, 11)

  • and, if someone is hungry, let him eat in his own house. In this way you will not gather for your common condemnation. The other instructions I shall give when I go there. (1 Corinthians 11, 34)


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