Search results for: Acts 3:1-10

  • Acts 10:3 (CSB)

    About three in the afternoon he distinctly saw in a vision an angel of God who came in and said to him, “Cornelius.”

  • Acts 3:10 (CSB)

    and they recognized that he was the one who used to sit and beg at the Beautiful Gate of the temple. So they were filled with awe and astonishment at what had happened to him.

  • Acts 10:1 (CSB)

    There was a man in Caesarea named Cornelius, a centurion of what was called the Italian Regiment.

  • Acts 3:1 (CSB)

    Now Peter and John were going up to the temple for the time of prayer at three in the afternoon.

  • Acts 1:10 (CSB)

    While he was going, they were gazing into heaven, and suddenly two men in white clothes stood by them.

  • Acts 1:3 (CSB)

    After he had suffered, he also presented himself alive to them by many convincing proofs, appearing to them over a period of forty days and speaking about the kingdom of God.

  • Numbers 7:85 (CSB)

    Each silver dish weighed 3¼ pounds, and each basin 1¾ pounds. The total weight of the silver articles was 60 pounds measured by the standard sanctuary shekel.

  • 3 John 1:10 (CSB)

    This is why, if I come, I will remind him of the works he is doing, slandering us with malicious words. And he is not satisfied with that! He not only refuses to welcome fellow believers, but he even stops those who want to do so and expels them from the church.

  • Ezekiel 48:10 (CSB)

    This holy donation will be set apart for the priests alone. It will be 8⅓ miles long on the northern side, 3⅓ miles wide on the western side, 3⅓ miles wide on the eastern side, and 8⅓ miles long on the southern side. The Lord’s sanctuary will be in the middle of it.

  • 3 John 1:5 (CSB)

    Dear friend, you are acting faithfully in whatever you do for the brothers and sisters, especially when they are strangers.

  • 3 John 1:7 (CSB)

    since they set out for the sake of the Name, accepting nothing from pagans.

  • 3 John 1:6 (CSB)

    They have testified to your love before the church. You will do well to send them on their journey in a manner worthy of God,

  • 3 John 1:11 (CSB)

    Dear friend, do not imitate what is evil, but what is good. The one who does good is of God; the one who does evil has not seen God.

  • Ezra 10:3 (CSB)

    Let us therefore make a covenant before our God to send away all the foreign wives and their children, according to the counsel of my lord and of those who tremble at the command of our God. Let it be done according to the law.

  • Ezra 10:12 (CSB)

    Then all the assembly responded loudly: “Yes, we will do as you say!

  • Ezra 10:11 (CSB)

    Therefore, make a confession to the Lord, the God of your fathers, and do his will. Separate yourselves from the surrounding peoples and your foreign wives.”

  • 1 Timothy 3:10 (CSB)

    They must also be tested first; if they prove blameless, then they can serve as deacons.

  • Ezra 10:14 (CSB)

    Let our leaders represent the entire assembly. Then let all those in our towns who have married foreign women come at appointed times, together with the elders and judges of each town, in order to avert the fierce anger of our God concerning this matter.”

  • Ezra 10:5 (CSB)

    Then Ezra got up and made the leading priests, Levites, and all Israel take an oath to do what had been said; so they took the oath.

  • Ezra 10:8 (CSB)

    Whoever did not come within three days would forfeit all his possessions, according to the decision of the leaders and elders, and would be excluded from the assembly of the exiles.

  • Ezra 10:16 (CSB)

    The exiles did what had been proposed. The priest Ezra selected men who were family heads, all identified by name, to represent their ancestral families. They convened on the first day of the tenth month to investigate the matter,

  • Ezra 3:10 (CSB)

    When the builders had laid the foundation of the Lord’s temple, the priests, dressed in their robes and holding trumpets, and the Levites descended from Asaph, holding cymbals, took their positions to praise the Lord, as King David of Israel had instructed.

  • Ezra 3:3 (CSB)

    They set up the altar on its foundation and offered burnt offerings for the morning and evening on it to the Lord even though they feared the surrounding peoples.

  • Ezra 3:4 (CSB)

    They celebrated the Festival of Shelters as prescribed, and offered burnt offerings each day, based on the number specified by ordinance for each festival day.

  • 1 Samuel 10:3 (CSB)

    “You will proceed from there until you come to the oak of Tabor. Three men going up to God at Bethel will meet you there, one bringing three goats, one bringing three loaves of bread, and one bringing a clay jar of wine.