The Introduction of the Gospel into Europe, and the Ministry of ...
... the priests, [93:3] were dismayed and driven to desperation ... On the whole Paul and
Silas had reason to ... of most generous members, and Paul afterwards gratefully ...
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... The good report brought from them by Silas and Timothy ... 6, 7. The increase of Paul's
earnestness was responded ... leaving the synagogue, he was not driven into the ...
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The Epistles of Paul.
... In his second missionary tour the apostle, when driven from Philippi, went ... Silas)
was with him (chap.1:1), for Silas was Paul's travelling companion only ...
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Berea and Athens
... apostles, and not content with having driven them from ... Paul's hasty departure from
Berea deprived him of the ... brethren back with a message to Silas and Timothy ...
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A Summary of Experience and a Body of Divinity
... remarkable that the Jew's charged Paul and Silas with turning ... such: they were such
a people that Paul did not ... besieged a walled city, and were driven from the ...
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Acts xvii. 1, 2, 3
... receiving," it says, "a commandment unto Silas and Timotheus ... forward some of those
which were detected by Paul. ... God suffers them to be driven away (elaunesthai ...
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The Holy Catholic Church.
... Acts 13:5), and on other journeys Silas and Timothy ... city of Corinth became the Apostle
Paul's headquarters for "a ... of the British Christians were driven to take ...
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His Missionary Travels
... of turning back, but, when they were driven out of ... As companion he took with him
Silas, or Silvanus, in ... was, therefore, the first scene of Paul's Greek mission ...
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... That Paul and Silas prayed at ... which must, at the whipping-post, and when first thrust
within the dungeon and fastened in the stocks, have driven away all ...
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... now chosen""Judas surnamed Barsabas, and Silas""who are ... that it was in existence
when Paul now preached ... it that the magistrates of Thessalonica were called ...
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Nave's Topical IndexActs 17:4-10
And some of them believed, and consorted with Paul and Silas; and of the devout Greeks a great multitude, and of the chief women not a few.Nave's Topical Index
Silas: (The Short Form of the Name): Sent to Paul, in Antioch (Of Syria), from Jerusalem
Silas: Becomes Paul's Companion
Silas: Carries Peter's Letter to Asia Minor
Silas: Driven, With Paul, from Thessalonica
Silas: Imprisoned With Paul in Philippi
Silas: Left by Paul at Berea
Silas: Rejoins Paul at Corinth
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