Search results for: Acts 2:14-39

  • Acts 2:39 (CSB)

    For the promise is for you and for your children, and for all who are far off, as many as the Lord our God will call.”

  • Acts 14:2 (CSB)

    But the unbelieving Jews stirred up the Gentiles and poisoned their minds against the brothers.

  • Acts 2:14 (CSB)

    Peter stood up with the Eleven, raised his voice, and proclaimed to them: “Fellow Jews and all you residents of Jerusalem, let me explain this to you and pay attention to my words.

  • 2 Samuel 18:14 (CSB)

    Joab said, “I’m not going to waste time with you!” He then took three spears in his hand and thrust them into Absalom’s chest. While Absalom was still alive in the oak tree,

  • 2 Samuel 14:2 (CSB)

    So Joab sent someone to Tekoa to bring a wise woman from there. He told her, “Pretend to be in mourning: dress in mourning clothes and don’t put on any oil. Act like a woman who has been mourning for the dead for a long time.

  • 2 Samuel 13:39 (CSB)

    King David longed to go to Absalom, for David had finished grieving over Amnon’s death.

  • 2 Samuel 22:39 (CSB)

    I wipe them out and crush them, and they do not rise; they fall beneath my feet.

  • 2 Samuel 14:8 (CSB)

    The king told the woman, “Go home. I will issue a command on your behalf.”

  • 2 Chronicles 6:39 (CSB)

    may you hear their prayer and petitions in heaven, your dwelling place, and uphold their cause. May you forgive your people who sinned against you.

  • 2 Samuel 14:29 (CSB)

    Then Absalom sent for Joab in order to send him to the king, but Joab was unwilling to come to him. So he sent again, a second time, but he still would not come.

  • 2 Samuel 14:30 (CSB)

    Then Absalom said to his servants, “See, Joab has a field right next to mine, and he has barley there. Go and set fire to it!” So Absalom’s servants set the field on fire.

  • 2 Samuel 14:15 (CSB)

    “Now therefore, I’ve come to present this matter to my lord the king because the people have made me afraid. Your servant thought: I must speak to the king. Perhaps the king will grant his servant’s request.

  • 2 Samuel 14:3 (CSB)

    Go to the king and speak these words to him.” Then Joab told her exactly what to say.

  • 2 Samuel 14:21 (CSB)

    Then the king said to Joab, “I hereby grant this request. Go, bring back the young man Absalom.”

  • 2 Samuel 14:31 (CSB)

    Then Joab came to Absalom’s house and demanded, “Why did your servants set my field on fire?”

  • 2 Kings 14:1 (CSB)

    In the second year of Israel’s King Jehoash son of Jehoahaz, Amaziah son of Joash became king of Judah.

  • 2 Chronicles 14:4 (CSB)

    He told the people of Judah to seek the Lord God of their ancestors and to carry out the instruction and the commands.

  • 2 Corinthians 8:14 (CSB)

    At the present time your surplus is available for their need, so that their abundance may in turn meet your need, in order that there may be equality.

  • 2 Samuel 14:20 (CSB)

    Joab your servant has done this to address the issue indirectly, but my lord has wisdom like the wisdom of the angel of God, knowing everything on earth.”

  • 2 Kings 14:8 (CSB)

    Amaziah then sent messengers to Jehoash son of Jehoahaz, son of Jehu, king of Israel, and challenged him: “Come, let’s meet face to face.”

  • 2 Kings 14:24 (CSB)

    He did what was evil in the Lord’s sight. He did not turn away from all the sins Jeroboam son of Nebat had caused Israel to commit.

  • 2 Kings 12:14 (CSB)

    Instead, it was given to those doing the work, and they repaired the Lord’s temple with it.

  • 2 Peter 3:14 (CSB)

    Therefore, dear friends, while you wait for these things, make every effort to be found without spot or blemish in his sight, at peace.

  • 2 Chronicles 7:14 (CSB)

    and my people, who bear my name, humble themselves, pray and seek my face, and turn from their evil ways, then I will hear from heaven, forgive their sin, and heal their land.

  • 2 Samuel 14:32 (CSB)

    “Look,” Absalom explained to Joab, “I sent for you and said, ‘Come here. I want to send you to the king to ask: Why have I come back from Geshur? I’d be better off if I were still there.’ So now, let me see the king. If I am guilty, let him kill me.”