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 Matthew 28:14; Acts 12:20
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The New American Standard Bible
   Book of Matthew
   Chapter 28  - Click for Chapter Audio
28:14 - In Context | Read Chapter | Discuss this Verse ]
[ Original: Greek | Multi-Translation ]
"And if this should come to the R1159 governor's ears, we will win him over and keep F613 you out of trouble."
 
   Book of Acts
   Chapter 12  - Click for Chapter Audio
12:20 - In Context | Read Chapter | Discuss this Verse ]
[ Original: Greek | Multi-Translation ]
Now he was very angry with the people of Tyre R677 and Sidon; and with one accord they came to him, and having won over Blastus the king's chamberlain, they were asking for peace, because their R678 country was fed by the king's country.
 

FOOTNOTES:
F613 Lit make you free from care

 

CROSS REFERENCES:
R1159 Matthew 27:2
R677 Matthew 11:21
R678 1 Kings 5:11; Ezra 3:7; Ezekiel 27:17

 
 

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