3And because he sawitpleased the Jews, he proceeded further to takePeteralso. (Then were the days of unleavened bread.)
4Andwhen he had apprehended him, he put him inprison, and delivered him to fourquaternions of soldiers to keephim;intendingafterEastera to bringhimforth to the people.5Petertherefore was keptinprison:butprayerbwasmade without ceasingof the churchuntoGodforhim.6AndwhenHerodwould have broughthimforth , the samenightPeterwassleepingbetweentwosoldiers,bound with twochains:and the keepersbefore the doorkept the prison.7And,behold , the angel of the Lord came upon him, and a lightshinedin the prison:and he smotePeter on the side, and raisedhimup , saying , Arise upquickly . Andhischains fell offfrom his hands.8And the angelsaiduntohim, Gird thyself , and bind onthysandals.Andso he did . And he saith unto him,Cast thy garmentaboutthee,andfollowme.9And he went out , and followedhim;andwistnotthat it wastruewhich was doneby the angel;butthought he saw a vision.10When they were past the firstand the secondward, they cameunto the irongate that leadethunto the city;whichopened to them of his own accord:and they went out , and passed on throughonestreet;andforthwith the angeldepartedfromhim.11And when Peter was cometohimself, he said , Now I know of a surety,that the Lord hath senthisangel,and hath deliveredme out of the hand of Herod,and from all the expectation of the people of the Jews.12And when he had considered the thing, he cameto the house of Mary the mother of John, whose surname wasMark;wheremanywere gathered togetherpraying .
13And as Peter knocked at the door of the gate, a damselcame to hearken ,cnamedRhoda.