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“King Agrippa, I consider myself highly favored to stand before you today and answer the charges made against me by the Jews. Because you, more than anyone else, are very familiar with the customs and controversies among the Jewish people, I now ask for your patience as I state my case.[a]

“All the Jews know how I have been raised as a young man, living among my own people from the beginning and in Jerusalem.

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Footnotes

  1. Acts 26:3 An alternate reading of the Aramaic is “I beg you to allow the Spirit to flow so that you can hear me.”

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