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D E E D S
o f
A P O S T L E S
Wycliffe-Purvey, 1395
Chapter 1
1:1
[Thou] Theophilus, first I made a
sermon of all[the] things, that Jesus
began to do and teach,
1:2
[till] into the day of his ascension,
in which he commanded by the Holy
Ghost to his apostles, whom he had
chosen;[till into the day, in which he
commanding to the apostles by the Holy
Ghost, whom he chose, was taken up;]
1:3
to whom[and] he showed himself
alive after his passion, by many
arguments[by many arguments, or provings ],
appearing to them forty days, and
speaking of the realm of God.
1:4
And he ate with them, and
commanded[to them], that they should
not depart from Jerusalem, but abide
the promise of the Father, which ye
heard, he said[he saith ], by my mouth;
1:5
for[soothly] John baptized in
water, but ye shall be baptized in the
Holy Ghost, after these few days[not
after these many days].
1:6
Therefore they that were come
KJV, 1611
Chapter 1
1:1
The former treatise have I made,
O Theophilus, of all that Jesus began
both to do and teach,
1:2
Until the day in which he was
taken up, after that he through the
Holy Ghost had given commandments
unto the apostles whom he had chosen:
1:3
To whom also he showed himself
alive after his passion by many infallible
proofs, being seen of them forty days,
and speaking of the things pertaining to
the kingdom of God:
1:4
And, being assembled together
witht h e m, commanded them that they
should not depart from Jerusalem, but
wait for the promise of the Father,
which, saith he, ye have heard of me.
1:5
For John truly baptized with
water; but ye shall be baptized with the
Holy Ghost not many days hence.
1:6
When they therefore were come
DEEDS OF APOSTLES
Wycliffe-Purvey, 1395
KJV, 1611
490
together, asked him, and said, Lord,
whether in this time thou shalt restore
the kingdom of Israel?[Therefore they that
had come together, asked him, saying, Lord, if
in this time shalt thou restore the kingdom of
Israel?]
1:7
And he said to them, It is not
yours to know the times either moments
[to know the times or moments], which the
Father hath put in his power;
1:8
but ye shall take the virtue of the
Holy Ghost coming from above into
you, and ye shall be my witnesses in
Jerusalem, and in all Judaea, and
Samaria, and to the utmost of the earth
[and ye shall be witnesses to me in Jerusalem,
and in all Judaea, and Samaria, and unto the
uttermost of the earth].
1:9
And when he had said these
things, in their sight he was lifted up,
and a cloud received him from their
eyes.
1:10And when they beheld him going
into heaven, lo! two men stood beside
them in white clothing,[And when they
beheld into heaven him going, lo! two men
stood nigh beside them in white clothes,]
1:11[which] and said, Men of Galilee,
what stand ye beholding into heaven?
This Jesus, which is taken up from you
into heaven, shall come[so], as ye saw
him going into heaven.
1:12 Then they turned again to
Jerusalem, from the hill that is called of
Olivet, which is beside Jerusalem an
together, they asked of him, saying,
Lord, wilt thou at this time restore
again the kingdom to Israel?
1:7
And he said unto them, It is not
for you to know the times or the
seasons, which the Father hath put in
his own power.
1:8
But ye shall receive power, after
that the Holy Ghost is come upon you:
and ye shall be witnesses unto me both
in Jerusalem, and in all Judaea, and in
Samaria, and unto the uttermost part of
the earth.
1:9
And when he had spoken these
things, while they beheld, he was taken
up; and a cloud received him out of
their sight.
1:10And while they looked stedfastly
toward heaven as he went up, behold,
two men stood by them in white
apparel;
1:11Which also said, Ye men of
Galilee, why stand ye gazing up into
heaven? this same Jesus, which is taken
up from you into heaven, shall so come
in like manner as ye have seen him go
into heaven.
1:12 Then returned they unto
Jerusalem from the mount called Olivet,
which is from Jerusalem a sabbath day's
DEEDS OF APOSTLES
Wycliffe-Purvey, 1395
KJV, 1611
491
holiday's journey.[Then they turned again
to Jerusalem, from the hill that is called Olivet,
the which is beside Jerusalem, having the
journey of a sabbath.]
1:13And when they were entered into
the house, where they dwelled, they
went up into the solar[And when they had
entered into the supping place, they went up
into the higher things, where they dwelt],
Peter and John, and James and Andrew,
Philip and Thomas, Bartholomew and
Matthew, James of Alphaeus, and
Simon Zelotes, and Judas of James.
1:14A ll
these
were
lastingly
continuing with one will in prayer[All
these were dwelling, or lasting, together in
prayer], with women, and Mary, the
mother of Jesus, and with his brethren.
1:15In those days Peter rose up in the
middle of the brethren, and said; and
there was a company of men together,
almost an hundred and twenty;
1:16Brethren, it behooveth that the
scripture be filled[Men brethren it
behooveth the scripture to be fulfilled], which
the Holy Ghost before-said by the
mouth of David, of Judas that was
leader of them that took Jesus;
1:17and was numbered among us,
and got a part of this service.[+which was
numbered among us, and got the part of this
ministry.]
1:18And thisJ u d a s had a field of the
hire of wickedness, and he was hanged,
and burst apart the middle[And forsooth
this wielded a field of the hire of wickedness,
journey.
1:13And when they were come in,
they went up into an upper room, where
abode both Peter, and James, and John,
and Andrew, Philip, and Thomas,
Bartholomew, and Matthew, Jamest h e
son of Alphaeus, and Simon Zelotes, and
Judas the brother of James.
1:14These all continued with one
accord in prayer and supplication, with
the women, and Mary the mother of
Jesus, and with his brethren.
1:15And in those days Peter stood up
in the midst of the disciples, and said,
(the number of names together were
about an hundred and twenty,)
1:16Mena n d brethren, this scripture
must needs have been fulfilled, which
the Holy Ghost by the mouth of David
spake before concerning Judas, which
was guide to them that took Jesus.
1:17For he was numbered with us,
and had obtained part of this ministry.
1:18Now this man purchased a field
with the reward of iniquity; and falling
headlong, he burst asunder in the midst,
and all his bowels gushed out.

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