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John Calvin's Bible Commentaries On The Acts of the Apostles 14 - 28 John Calvin John Calvin's Bible Commentaries On The Acts of the Apostles 14 - 28 book docs
Acts CC 1970 1000 Allen, Ronald BIn 1988, his commentary was revised and updatedVolume 1 is 1038 pagesAnd the sum of our embassage is, that all reigned godheads wherewith the world hath hitherto been deceived may be done away and perish Exules, exilesThere was no such thing in Paul and Barnabas; for they declared, both by words and also by all gesture of body, that they were so far from taking pleasure in that worship which the men of Lystra gave unto them, that they did utterly detest itActs ? Weatherley, JPassing through PisidiaImmediately after the beginning of the world, the more part fell away unto diverse superstitions and wicked worshippingsActs 1983 71.61001 Pervo, Richard I
For we must hold that principle, that those miracles which came from God at any time did never tend to any other end but that the gospel might have his perfect and full authority.Now must we see whether the gospel command us to call upon the dead, to burn incense to idols, to translate unto reigned saints the grace of Christ to take in hand vowed pilgrimages, to invent profane worshippings, whereof there is no mention made in the Word of God; but there is nothing more contrary to the gospel than that these superstitions should take placeActs 14:26 We must note that Paul and Barnabas being not content with the plural number, do plainly set down many tribulations, lest any man, after he hath suffered one or two, or  a few, do at length sink downA very necessary admonition, that we must go on warfare in this world, that we may live well and godly25BarrettFinally, Paul was no more defiled by entering into this ship, than when he did behold the altars at Athens; because, being void of all superstition, he knew that all the rites of the Gentiles were mere illusionsHomeGroupsTalkZeitgeist Sign in / JoinEnglishHelp AlbanianBasqueBulgarianCatalanCroatianCzechDanishDutchEnglishEsperantoEstonianFrenchFinnishGermanGreekHindiHungarianIcelandicIndonesianIrishItalianLatinLatvianLithuanianNorwegianPiraticalPolishPortuguese (Brazil)Portuguese (Portugal)RomanianSlovakSpanishSwedishTagalogTurkishWelshFor he had great hope of gain in time to come, if it should be noised abroad that Jupiter appeared there
But nothing is more dear to them than their duty wherein they could not be negligent, unless they would be counted sluggish and unthankfulBut lest men excuse themselves therewithal, this history doth witness that this is the fountain of superstitions, because men are unthankful to God, and do give his glory to some other1 by CIHTo the end the mariners of Alexandria might have both Castor and Pollux to favor them, they had both for the badge of their shipHoward The Acts of the Apostles NTG 1992 1000 Moore, Phil Straight to the Heart of Acts: 60 bite-sized insights SttHS 2010 1000 Malina, Bruce; Pilch, John J (675) But because he knew that his Master was given of his Father to be the minister of the Jews, to fulfill the promises whereby God had adopted to himself the seed of Abraham to be his people; he looketh unto the calling of God, and is never wearyAnd it is scarce probable that all the whole multitude of Grecians was lodged there three daysCorruptions are not by this means purged, neither are the stables, both profane and full of filth, turned into the temple of God; but the name of God is mixed with profane pollutions, and God himself is brought into a filthy stall 5d8a9798ff