Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
|Overview - Acts 23|
| 1 ||As Paul pleads his cause, |
| 2 ||Ananias commands them to smite him. |
| 7 ||Dissension among his accusers. |
|11 ||God encourages him. |
|14 ||The Jews' laying wait for Paul, |
|20 ||is declared unto the chief captain. |
|27 ||He sends him to Felix the governor. |
Acts 23:3 (King James Version)
Then said Paul unto him, God shall smite thee, thou whited wall: for sittest thou to judge me after the law, and commandest me to be smitten contrary to the law?
- God did smite him in a remarkable manner; for about five years after this, after his house had been reduced to ashes, in a tumult raised by his own son, he was besieged and taken in the royal palace; where having attempted in vain to hide himself, he was dragged out and slain.
- thou whited
- Matthew 23:27 Matthew 23:28
- Leviticus 19:35 ; Psalms 58:1 Psalms 58:2 ; Psalms 82:1 Psalms 82:2 94:20 Ecclesiastes 3:16 ; Amos 5:7 ; Micah 3:8-11
- Deuteronomy 25:1 Deuteronomy 25:2 ; John 7:51 ; 18:24