Search results for: Acts 1:4

  • Acts 1:4 (NIV)

    On one occasion, while he was eating with them, he gave them this command: “Do not leave Jerusalem, but wait for the gift my Father promised, which you have heard me speak about.

  • Acts 4:1 (NIV)

    The priests and the captain of the temple guard and the Sadducees came up to Peter and John while they were speaking to the people.

  • Ezra 10:14 (NIV)

    Let our officials act for the whole assembly. Then let everyone in our towns who has married a foreign woman come at a set time, along with the elders and judges of each town, until the fierce anger of our God in this matter is turned away from us.”

  • Ezra 4:4 (NIV)

    Then the peoples around them set out to discourage the people of Judah and make them afraid to go on building.

  • Ezra 4:21 (NIV)

    Now issue an order to these men to stop work, so that this city will not be rebuilt until I so order.

  • Ezra 4:24 (NIV)

    Thus the work on the house of God in Jerusalem came to a standstill until the second year of the reign of Darius king of Persia.

  • Ezra 6:7 (NIV)

    Do not interfere with the work on this temple of God. Let the governor of the Jews and the Jewish elders rebuild this house of God on its site.

  • Ezra 8:34 (NIV)

    Everything was accounted for by number and weight, and the entire weight was recorded at that time.

  • Ezra 5:2 (NIV)

    Then Zerubbabel son of Shealtiel and Joshua son of Jozadak set to work to rebuild the house of God in Jerusalem. And the prophets of God were with them, supporting them.

  • Ezra 7:13 (NIV)

    Now I decree that any of the Israelites in my kingdom, including priests and Levites, who volunteer to go to Jerusalem with you, may go.

  • Ezra 3:8 (NIV)

    In the second month of the second year after their arrival at the house of God in Jerusalem, Zerubbabel son of Shealtiel, Joshua son of Jozadak and the rest of the people (the priests and the Levites and all who had returned from the captivity to Jerusalem) began the work. They appointed Levites twenty years old and older to supervise the building of the house of the Lord.

  • Ezra 6:8 (NIV)

    Moreover, I hereby decree what you are to do for these elders of the Jews in the construction of this house of God: Their expenses are to be fully paid out of the royal treasury, from the revenues of Trans-Euphrates, so that the work will not stop.

  • Ezra 8:31 (NIV)

    On the twelfth day of the first month we set out from the Ahava Canal to go to Jerusalem. The hand of our God was on us, and he protected us from enemies and bandits along the way.

  • Ezra 2:2 (NIV)

    in company with Zerubbabel, Joshua, Nehemiah, Seraiah, Reelaiah, Mordecai, Bilshan, Mispar, Bigvai, Rehum and Baanah): The list of the men of the people of Israel:

  • Ezra 2:69 (NIV)

    According to their ability they gave to the treasury for this work 61,000 darics of gold, 5,000 minas of silver and 100 priestly garments.

  • Ezra 3:4 (NIV)

    Then in accordance with what is written, they celebrated the Festival of Tabernacles with the required number of burnt offerings prescribed for each day.

  • Ezra 5:15 (NIV)

    and he told him, ‘Take these articles and go and deposit them in the temple in Jerusalem. And rebuild the house of God on its site.’

  • Ezra 5:16 (NIV)

    “So this Sheshbazzar came and laid the foundations of the house of God in Jerusalem. From that day to the present it has been under construction but is not yet finished.”

  • Ezra 7:18 (NIV)

    You and your fellow Israelites may then do whatever seems best with the rest of the silver and gold, in accordance with the will of your God.

  • Ezra 8:24 (NIV)

    Then I set apart twelve of the leading priests, namely, Sherebiah, Hashabiah and ten of their brothers,

  • Ezra 10:4 (NIV)

    Rise up; this matter is in your hands. We will support you, so take courage and do it.”

  • Ezra 10:12 (NIV)

    The whole assembly responded with a loud voice: “You are right! We must do as you say.

  • Ezra 9:12 (NIV)

    Therefore, do not give your daughters in marriage to their sons or take their daughters for your sons. Do not seek a treaty of friendship with them at any time, that you may be strong and eat the good things of the land and leave it to your children as an everlasting inheritance.’

  • Ezra 1:5 (NIV)

    Then the family heads of Judah and Benjamin, and the priests and Levites—everyone whose heart God had moved—prepared to go up and build the house of the Lord in Jerusalem.

  • Ezra 4:5 (NIV)

    They bribed officials to work against them and frustrate their plans during the entire reign of Cyrus king of Persia and down to the reign of Darius king of Persia.