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26 Claudius Lysias,

To the most excellent governor Felix:

Greetings.

27 (A)This man was seized by the Jews and was about to be killed by them. Coming with the troops I rescued him, having learned that he was a Roman. 28 (B)And when I wanted to know the reason they accused him, I brought him before their council. 29 I found out that he was accused (C)concerning questions of their law, (D)but had nothing charged against him deserving of death or chains. 30 And (E)when it was told me that [a]the Jews lay in wait for the man, I sent him immediately to you, and (F)also commanded his accusers to state before you the charges against him.

Farewell.

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  1. Acts 23:30 NU there would be a plot against the man

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