Young's Literal Translation

Acts 18

Acts 18:1 And after these things, Paul having departed out of Athens, came to Corinth, Acts 18:2 and having found a certain Jew, by name Aquilas, of Pontus by birth, lately come from Italy, and Priscilla his wife—because of Claudius having directed all the Jews to depart out of Rome—he came to them,

Paul laboureth with his hands, and preacheth at Corinth to the Gentiles.

Acts 18:3 and because of being of the same craft, he did remain with them, and was working, for they were tent-makers as to craft; Acts 18:4 and he was reasoning in the synagogue every sabbath, persuading both Jews and Greeks. Acts 18:5 And when both Silas and Timotheus came down from Macedonia, Paul was pressed in the Spirit, testifying fully to the Jews Jesus the Christ; Acts 18:6 and on their resisting and speaking evil, having shaken [his] garments, he said unto them, 'Your blood [is] upon your head—I am clean; henceforth to the nations I will go on.'

Acts 18:7 And having departed thence, he went to the house of a certain one, by name Justus, a worshipper of God, whose house was adjoining the synagogue, Acts 18:8 and Crispus, the ruler of the synagogue did believe in the Lord with all his house, and many of the Corinthians hearing were believing, and they were being baptized.

The Lord encourageth him in a vision.

Acts 18:9 And the Lord said through a vision in the night to Paul, 'Be not afraid, but be speaking and thou mayest be not silent; Acts 18:10 because I am with thee, and no one shall set on thee to do thee evil; because I have much people in this city;' Acts 18:11 and he continued a year and six months, teaching among them the word of God.

He is accused before Gallio the deputy, but is dismissed.

Acts 18:12 And Gallio being proconsul of Achaia, the Jews made a rush with one accord upon Paul, and brought him unto the tribunal, Acts 18:13 saying—'Against the law this one doth persuade men to worship God;' Acts 18:14 and Paul being about to open [his] mouth, Gallio said unto the Jews, 'If, indeed, then, it was anything unrighteous, or an act of wicked profligacy, O Jews, according to reason I had borne with you, Acts 18:15 but if it is a question concerning words and names, and of your law, look ye yourselves [to it], for a judge of these things I do not wish to be,' Acts 18:16 and he drave them from the tribunal; Acts 18:17 and all the Greeks having taken Sosthenes, the chief man of the synagogue, were beating [him] before the tribunal, and not even for these things was Gallio caring.

Afterwards passing from city to city he strengtheneth the disciples.

Acts 18:18 And Paul having remained yet a good many days, having taken leave of the brethren, was sailing to Syria—and with him [are] Priscilla and Aquilas—having shorn [his] head in Cenchera, for he had a vow; Acts 18:19 and he came down to Ephesus, and did leave them there, and he himself having entered into the synagogue did reason with the Jews: Acts 18:20 and they having requested [him] to remain a longer time with them, he did not consent, Acts 18:21 but took leave of them, saying, 'It behoveth me by all means the coming feast to keep at Jerusalem, and again I will return unto you—God willing.' And he sailed from Ephesus, Acts 18:22 and having come down to Caesarea, having gone up, and having saluted the assembly, he went down to Antioch. Acts 18:23 And having made some stay he went forth, going through in order the region of Galatia and Phrygia, strengthening all the disciples.

Apollos, being more perfectly instructed by Aquila and Priscilla,

Acts 18:24 And a certain Jew, Apollos by name, an Alexandrian by birth, a man of eloquence, being mighty in the Writings, came to Ephesus, Acts 18:25 this one was instructed in the way of the Lord, and being fervent in the Spirit, was speaking and teaching exactly the things about the Lord, knowing only the baptism of John; Acts 18:26 this one also began to speak boldly in the synagogue, and Aquilas and Priscilla having heard of him, took him to [them], and did more exactly expound to him the way of God, Acts 18:27 and he being minded to go through into Achaia, the brethren wrote to the disciples, having exhorted them to receive him, who having come, did help them much who have believed through the grace,

preacheth Christ with great efficacy.

Acts 18:28 for powerfully the Jews he was refuting publicly, shewing through the Writings Jesus to be the Christ.

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