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1 After this Paul left Athens and went to Corinth,
1Cor 1:2  2Cor 1:1  2Cor 1:23  2Tim 4:20  Acts 19:1  Acts 17:15  Acts 17:32-33 

2 where he met a Jew called Aquila whose family came from Pontus. He and his wife Priscilla had recently left Italy because an edict of Claudius had expelled all the Jews from Rome. Paul went to visit them,
1Cor 16:19  2Tim 4:19  Acts 11:28  Acts 18:26  Rom 16:3-4  Acts 2:9  Acts 18:18 

3 and when he found they were tentmakers, of the same trade as himself, he lodged with them, and they worked together.
1Cor 4:12  1Thess 2:9  1Cor 9:6-12  2Cor 11:7  2Cor 11:9  2Cor 12:13  2Thess 3:8-9 

4 Every Sabbath he used to hold debates in the synagogues, trying to convert Jews as well as Greeks.
Acts 17:17  2Chr 32:11  2Cor 5:11  Acts 13:14-1  Acts 17:1-3  Acts 17:11  Acts 18:13 

5 After Silas and Timothy had arrived from Macedonia, Paul devoted all his time to preaching, declaring to the Jews that Jesus was the Christ.
Acts 17:3  Acts 18:28  2Cor 5:14  Acts 20:21  Ezek 3:14  Jer 6:11  Acts 2:36 

6 When they turned against him and started to insult him, he took his cloak and shook it out in front of them, saying, 'Your blood be on your own heads; from now on I will go to the gentiles with a clear conscience.'
Ezek 33:4  Ezek 18:13  Acts 13:51  2Sam 1:16  Ezek 33:8-9  Neh 5:13  Ezek 3:18-19 

7 Then he left the synagogue and moved to the house next door that belonged to a worshipper of God called Justus.
Acts 16:14  Col 4:11  Acts 10:2  Acts 10:22  Acts 13:42  Acts 17:4 

8 Crispus, president of the synagogue, and his whole household, all became believers in the Lord. Many Corinthians when they heard this became believers and were baptised.
Acts 8:12  Acts 11:14  Mark 16:15-16  Rom 10:14-17  1Cor 1:13-17  Acts 2:37-41  Acts 8:35-38 

9 One night the Lord spoke to Paul in a vision, 'Be fearless; speak out and do not keep silence:
Acts 23:11  Acts 27:23-25  2Cor 12:1-3  Ezek 2:6-8  Acts 16:9  Eph 6:19-20  Mic 3:8 

10 I am with you. I have so many people that belong to me in this city that no one will attempt to hurt you.'
Exod 4:12  Matt 28:20  2Cor 12:9  John 10:16  Rom 10:20-21  Isa 41:10  John 11:52 

11 So Paul stayed there preaching the word of God among them for eighteen months.
Acts 14:3  Acts 19:10  Acts 20:31 

12 But while Gallio was proconsul of Achaia, the Jews made a concerted attack on Paul and brought him before the tribunal, saying,
Acts 13:7  Acts 18:27  1Cor 16:15  2Cor 1:1  2Cor 9:2  2Cor 11:10  Acts 13:50 

13 'We accuse this man of persuading people to worship God in a way that breaks the Law.'
Acts 6:13  Acts 18:4  Acts 18:15  Acts 21:28  Acts 24:5-6  Acts 25:8 

14 Before Paul could open his mouth, Gallio said to the Jews, 'Listen, you Jews. If this were a misdemeanour or a crime, it would be in order for me to listen to your plea;
1Pet 3:14-15  2Cor 11:1  2Cor 11:4  Acts 13:18  Acts 21:39-2  Acts 23:27-29  Acts 25:11 

15 but if it is only quibbles about words and names, and about your own Law, then you must deal with it yourselves -- I have no intention of making legal decisions about these things.'
Acts 23:29  Acts 25:19  1Tim 6:4  Acts 25:11  1Tim 1:4  2Tim 2:23  Acts 24:6-8 

16 Then he began to hustle them out of the court,
Ps 76:10  Rev 12:16  Rom 13:3-4 

17 and at once they all turned on Sosthenes, the synagogue president, and beat him in front of the tribunal. Gallio refused to take any notice at all.
1Cor 1:1  1Cor 1:23  Acts 17:32  Amos 6:6 

18 After staying on for some time, Paul took leave of the brothers and sailed for Syria, accompanied by Priscilla and Aquila. At Cenchreae he had his hair cut off, because of a vow he had made.
Acts 21:24  Num 6:18  Acts 18:2  Rom 16:1  1Cor 9:20  Num 6:2  Acts 15:23 

19 When they reached Ephesus, he left them, but first he went alone to the synagogue to debate with the Jews.
1Cor 16:8  1Tim 1:3  2Tim 1:18  Acts 18:4  Acts 18:24  Acts 19:1  Acts 20:16 

20 They asked him to stay longer, but he declined,
1Cor 16:12  Acts 20:16  Acts 21:13-14  Mark 1:37-38 

21 though when he took his leave he said, 'I will come back another time, God willing.' Then he sailed from Ephesus.
1Cor 4:19  Jas 4:15  Acts 20:16  Heb 6:3  Rom 1:10  Rom 15:32  1Cor 16:7 

22 He landed at Caesarea and went up to greet the church. Then he came down to Antioch
Acts 8:40  Acts 10:1  Acts 10:24  Acts 11:11  Acts 11:19-27  Acts 13:1  Acts 14:26 

23 where he spent a short time before continuing his journey through the Galatian country and then through Phrygia, encouraging all the followers.
Acts 14:22  Acts 16:6  Acts 15:32  Acts 15:41  1Thess 5:14  1Cor 16:1  1Thess 3:2 

24 An Alexandrian Jew named Apollos now arrived in Ephesus. He was an eloquent man, with a sound knowledge of the scriptures, and yet,
1Cor 1:12  1Cor 3:5-6  1Cor 4:6  1Cor 16:12  Titus 3:13  Acts 6:9  Ezra 7:6 

25 though he had been given instruction in the Way of the Lord and preached with great spiritual fervour and was accurate in all the details he taught about Jesus, he had experienced only the baptism of John.
Acts 19:3  Rom 12:11  1Sam 12:23  2Tim 2:4  Acts 9:2  Acts 13:10  Acts 16:17 

26 He began to teach fearlessly in the synagogue and, when Priscilla and Aquila heard him, they attached themselves to him and gave him more detailed instruction about the Way.
1Cor 3:18  1Cor 8:2  1Cor 12:21  2Pet 3:18  Acts 8:31  Acts 14:3  Acts 18:2-3 

27 When Apollos thought of crossing over to Achaia, the brothers encouraged him and wrote asking the disciples to welcome him. When he arrived there he was able by God's grace to help the believers considerably
1Cor 3:6  1Cor 3:10-14  1Cor 15:10  1Cor 16:3  1Pet 1:2-3  2Cor 1:24  2Cor 3:1-2 

28 by the energetic way he refuted the Jews in public, demonstrating from the scriptures that Jesus was the Christ.
Acts 18:5  Acts 9:22  Acts 26:22-23  Luke 24:44  1Cor 15:3-4  Acts 17:3  Acts 18:25