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Acts 9:26-30 Wycliffe Bible (WYC)

26 And when he came into Jerusalem, he assayed to join him(self) to the disciples[a]; and all dreaded him, and believed not that he was a disciple.

27 But Barnabas took, and led him to the apostles, and told to them, how in the way he had seen the Lord, and that he spake to him, and how in Damascus he did trustily in the name of Jesus.

28 And he was with them, and entered, and went out in Jerusalem, and did trustily in the name of Jesus. [And he was with them, entering and going out in Jerusalem, doing trustily in the name of the Lord.]

29 And he spake with heathen men [And he spake to heathen men], and disputed with Greeks. And they sought to slay him.

30 Which thing when the brethren had known, they led him by night to Caesarea, and let him go to Tarsus.

Footnotes:

  1. Acts 9:26 Forsooth when he came to Jerusalem, he attempted, or assayed, to join him to the disciples

Acts 9:26-30 New Matthew Bible (NMB)

26 And when Saul got to Jerusalem, he tried to join himself with the disciples. But they were all afraid of him, and did not believe that he was a disciple. 27 But Barnabas took him and brought him to the apostles, and explained to them how he had seen the Lord on the road and had spoken with him, and how bold he had been at Damascus in the name of Jesus.

28 And Saul had his intercourse with them at Jerusalem, 29 and acquitted himself boldly in the name of the Lord Jesus. And he spoke and disputed with the Greeks, and they went about to kill him. 30 But when the brethren knew of this, they brought him to Caesarea and sent him forth to Tarsus.

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Acts 9:26-30 1599 Geneva Bible (GNV)

26 [a]And when Saul was come to Jerusalem, he assayed to join himself with the disciples: but they were all afraid of him, and believed not that he was a disciple.

27 But Barnabas took him, and brought him to the Apostles, and declared to them, how he had seen the Lord in the way, and that he had spoken unto him, and how he had spoken boldly at Damascus in the Name of Jesus.

28 [b]And he was conversant [c]with them at Jerusalem,

29 And spake boldly in the Name of the Lord Jesus, and spake and disputed against the [d]Grecians: but they went about to slay him.

30 [e]But when the brethren knew it, they brought him to Caesarea, and sent him forth to Tarsus.

Footnotes:

  1. Acts 9:26 In ancient times no man was rashly or lightly received into the number of and amongst the sheep of Christ, much less to be a pastor.
  2. Acts 9:28 The constant servants of God must look for danger after danger: yet God watcheth for them.
  3. Acts 9:28 With Peter and James, for he saith that he saw none of the Apostles but them, Gal. 1:18-19.
  4. Acts 9:29 See Acts 6:1.
  5. Acts 9:30 The ministers of the word may change their place, by the advice and counsel of the congregation and Church.
1599 Geneva Bible (GNV)

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Acts 9:26-30 Authorized (King James) Version (AKJV)

26 And when Saul was come to Jerusalem, he assayed to join himself to the disciples: but they were all afraid of him, and believed not that he was a disciple. 27 But Barnabas took him, and brought him to the apostles, and declared unto them how he had seen the Lord in the way, and that he had spoken to him, and how he had preached boldly at Damascus in the name of Jesus. 28 And he was with them coming in and going out at Jerusalem. 29 And he spake boldly in the name of the Lord Jesus, and disputed against the Grecians: but they went about to slay him. 30 Which when the brethren knew, they brought him down to Cæsarea, and sent him forth to Tarsus.

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