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Acts 23:2-4 1599 Geneva Bible (GNV)

[a]Then the high Priest Ananias commanded them that stood by, to smite him on the mouth.

[b]Then said Paul to him, God [c]will smite thee, thou [d]whited wall: for thou sittest to judge me according to the Law, and [e]transgressing the Law, commandest thou me to be smitten?

And they that stood by, said, Revilest thou God’s high Priest?

Footnotes:

  1. Acts 23:2 Hypocrites are constrained at length to betray themselves by their intemperance.
  2. Acts 23:3 It is lawful for us to complain of injuries, and to summon the wicked to the judgment seat of God, so that we do it without hatred, and with a quiet and peaceable mind.
  3. Acts 23:3 It appeareth plainly by the Greek plural, that Paul did not curse the high Priest, but only pronounce the punishment of God against him.
  4. Acts 23:3 This is a vehement and sharp speech, but yet not reproachful: For the godly may speak roundly, and yet be void of the bitter affection of a sharp and angry mind.
  5. Acts 23:3 For the Law commandeth the judge to hear the person that is accused patiently, and to pronounce the sentence advisedly.
1599 Geneva Bible (GNV)

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