He charged (parhggeilen). First aorist active indicative as in Luke 1:4 . There Jesus is the subject and so probably here, though Page insists that o qeo (God) is here because of verse Luke 40 . To testify (diamarturasqai). First aorist middle infinitive. See on Luke 2:40 . Ordained (wrismeno). Perfect passive participle of orizw, old verb, to mark out, to limit, to make a horizon. Judge (krith). The same point made by Peter in 1 Peter 4:5 . He does not use the word "Messiah" to these Gentiles though he did say "anointed" (ecrisen) in verse 1 Peter 38 . Peter's claim for Jesus is that he is the Judge of Jew and Gentile (living and dead).