Acts 3:1 – AND it was that as Shemun Kipha and Juhanon ascended together to the temple at the time of prayer, which is the ninth hour,
Acts 3:2 – behold a certain man lame from the womb of his mother, (whom) they carried, who were used to bring and set at the gate of the temple which is called the Beautiful, to beg alms of those who entered into the temple.
Acts 3:3 – He, when he saw Shemun and Juhanon entering the temple, prayed of them to give him alms.
Acts 3:4 – And Shemun and Juhanon beheld him, and said to him,
Acts 3:5 – But he regarded them, expecting to receive from them somewhat.
Acts 3:6 – Shemun saith to him,
Gold and silver I have not, but what I have I give thee:
In the name of our Lord Jeshu Meshiha Natsroya, rise and walk.
Acts 3:7 – And he took him by his right hand and raised him:
and instantly his feet strengthened and his heels.
Acts 3:8 – And he leaped and arose and walked, and entered with them into the temple, walking, and leaping, and glorifying Aloha.
Acts 3:9 – And all the people saw him walking and glorifying Aloha.
Acts 3:10 – And they knew that it was he, the beggar, who had sat daily and asked alms at the gate which is called the Beautiful.
And they were filled with wonder and astonishment at what had been done.
Acts 3:11 – AND as he held Shemun and Juhanon, all the people ran wondering unto them to the portico which is called Of Shelemun.
Acts 3:12 – And when Shemun saw, he answered and said to them,
Men, sons of Israel, why wonder you at this ?
or why gaze you at us, as [though] by power of ours, or by our (own) authority, we had done this, that this (man) should walk ?
Acts 3:13 – The God of Abraham, and of Ishok, and of Jakub, the God of our fathers, hath glorified his son Jeshu, him whom you delivered up, and denied before the face of Pilatos, when he had justified (him) and would have released him;
Acts 3:14 – but you the Holy and the Just denied, and demanded for you the man the murderer to be given to you.
Acts 3:15 – And Him the Prince of life you killed, whom Aloha hath raised from among the dead;
and we all are his witnesses.
Acts 3:16 – And by faith in his name, this, whom you see and know, he hath strengthened and healed;
and faith which is in him hath given to him this soundness before you all.
Acts 3:17 – Now, however, my brethren, I know that through delusion you did this, as also did your princes;
Acts 3:18 – and Aloha, according to that which he had before proclaimed by the mouth of all the prophets, that his Meshiha should suffer, hath fulfilled this.
Acts 3:19 – Repent therefore, and be converted, that your sins may be blotted out, and that the times of repose may come to you from before the presence of the Lord;
Acts 3:20 – and he may send to you Him whom he hath ordained for you, Jeshu Meshiha,
Acts 3:21 – whom the heavens must receive until the completion of the times of all those which Aloha hath spoken by the mouth of his holy prophets, who (have been) from of old.
Acts 3:22 – For Musha hath said,
A prophet shall the Lord raise up unto you from your brethren, like to me;
him hear in all (things) which he shall speak with you.
Acts 3:23 – And it shall be that every soul who will not hear that prophet, perish shall that soul from his people.
Acts 3:24 – And the prophets, all of them from Shamuel and they who were after him, spake and proclaimed concerning these days.
Acts 3:25 – You are the sons of the prophets;
and the covenant which Aloha set with our fathers, saying unto Abraham,
In thy seed shall be blessed all the generations of the earth,
Acts 3:26 – with you from the first he hath established;
and Aloha hath sent his Son, blessing you, if you will return and repent of your iniquities.
Acts 4:1 – AND while they spake these words to the people, the priests, and Zadukoyee, and the governors of the temple, arose against them,
Acts 4:2 – being angered against them because they taught the people, and preached through the Meshiha the resurrection from the dead.
Acts 4:3 – And they laid upon them hands, and kept them unto the day after, because the evening had drawn nigh.
Acts 4:4 – And many who heard the word believed;
and they were in number as five thousand men.
Acts 4:5 – And the day after, the rulers, and elders, and sophree, assembled,
Acts 4:6 – and also Hanan chief of the priests, and Kaiapha, and Juhanon, and Alexandros, and they who were of the race of the chief priests.
Acts 4:7 – And when they had made them stand in the midst, they questioned them,
By what power, or in what name, have you done this ?
Acts 4:8 – Then Shemun Kipha was filled with the Spirit of Holiness, and said to them,
Rulers of the people, and elders of the house of Israel, hear:
Acts 4:9 – If we this day are judged of you concerning the good which has been done to the infirm man, insomuch that he is cured;
Acts 4:10 – be this known to you, and to all the people of Israel, that in the name of Jeshu Meshiha Natsroya, whom you crucified, whom Aloha hath raised from among the dead, through this Himself, behold, this (man) standeth before you well.
Acts 4:11 – This is the stone which you builders rejected, and he is become the head of the corner.
Acts 4:12 – And in no other one [In no other man.]
for there is no other name under heaven given to mankind, by which we must be saved.
Acts 4:13 – And when they heard the words of Shemun and of Juhanon, which they had confidently spoken, they perceived that they knew not literature and were common-men, [Hediutee.]
and wondered at them;
and they recognised them, that with Jeshu they had been conversant.
Acts 4:14 – And they saw that the lame man who had been healed was standing with them, and they could not say any thing against them.
Acts 4:15 – Then they commanded that they should lead them from their assembly, and said one to another,
Acts 4:16 – What shall we do with these men ?
For, behold, a conspicuous sign which hath been done by their hands to all the inhabitants of Urishlem is known, and we cannot deny.
Acts 4:17 – But that this report may not go forth more [widely] , we will threaten them that again they shall not speak in This Name to any man.
[To a man of men.]
Acts 4:18 – And they called them, and commanded them that not at all they should speak and teach in the name of Jeshu.
Acts 4:19 – SHEMUN KIPHA and Juhanon answered and said to them,
If it be right before Aloha that you we obey rather than Aloha, judge you.
Acts 4:20 – For what we have seen and heard we cannot but speak.
Acts 4:21 – And they threatened them, and dismissed them;
for they could not find cause to lay [a penalty] upon their head,
[Compare chap. xxii. 5, Syriac; and SCHAAF. Lex. in verb.]
because of the people;
for every one glorified Aloha for that which had been done.
Acts 4:22 – For a son of more than forty years was that man in whom had been wrought this sign of healing.
Acts 4:23 – And when they were dismissed they came to their brethren, and made known to them whatever the priests and elders had said.
Acts 4:24 – And they, when they had heard, with one accord lifted up their voice unto Aloha, and said,
Lord, thou art God who hast made heaven and earth and the seas, and all that is in them:
Acts 4:25 – And thou art he who hast spoken by the Spirit of Holiness in the mouth of David thy servant:
Why rage the Heathen, And the peoples imagine vanity ?
Acts 4:26 – The kings and powers of the earth arise And counsel together against the Lord,
And against his Meshiha.
Acts 4:27 – For verily they are assembled in this city against thy holy Son Jeshu, whom thou hast anointed,
-Herodes and Pilatos with the Gentiles and the synagogue of Israel,
Acts 4:28 – to work whatsoever thy hand and thy will have signified before should be done.
Acts 4:29 – And now also, Lord, behold and see their threatenings, and give unto thy servants with boldness to preach thy word,
Acts 4:30 – while thy hand thou outstretchest unto healings and mighty works which they shall do in the name of thy holy Son Jeshu.
Acts 4:31 – And as they prayed and supplicated, the place in which they were assembled was moved, and they were all filled with the Spirit of Holiness, and they spake with openness the word of Aloha.
Acts 4:32 – BUT to the assembly of the men who believed there was one soul and one mind;
and no man of them said of the goods which he possessed that they were his own, but all whatever they had was in common.
Acts 4:33 – And with great power did those apostles testify concerning the resurrection of Jeshu Meshiha, and great grace was with all of them.
Acts 4:34 – And no man of them had want;
for they who possessed fields and houses sold [them] , and brought the prices of whatever was sold
Acts 4:35 – and laid at the feet of the apostles, and there was given to each according to that which was needed.
Acts 4:36 – But Jauseph, who was entitled Bar Naba by the apostles, which is interpreted, A son of consolation, a Levoya from the Isle of Kypros,
Acts 4:37 – had a field, and he sold it, and brought its price and laid before the feet of the apostles.