3 [a]To whom also he presented himself alive after that he had suffered, by many [b]infallible tokens, being seen of them by the space of forty days, and speaking of those things which appertained to the kingdom of God.
4 And when he had [c]gathered them together, he commanded them that they should not depart from Jerusalem, but to wait for the promise of the Father,whichsaid he, ye have heard of me.
5 For John indeed baptized with water, but ye shall be baptized [d]with the holy Ghost within these few days.
Acts 1:3Christ did not straightway ascend into heaven after his resurrection: because he would thoroughly prove his resurrection: and with his presence confirm his Apostles in the doctrine, which they had heard.
Acts 1:3He calleth those infallible tokens, which are otherwise [termed] necessary: now in that Christ spake, and walked, and ate, and was felt of many, these are sure signs and tokens that he truly rose again.
Acts 1:4They were dispersed here and there, but he gathereth them together that they might altogether be witnesses of his resurrection.
Acts 1:5Either of the Father, or of me: so that either the Father or Christ is set here against John, as the holy Ghost is against the water, as things answerable the one to the other.
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