Even sayingthesethings, with difficulty they restrained the crowds from offeringsacrifice to them.
But 1Jewscame from 2Antioch and 3Iconium, and having wonover the crowds, they 4stonedPaul and dragged him out of the city, supposing him to be dead.
But while 5the disciplesstoodaround him, he got up and entered the city. The nextday he wentaway with Barnabas to 6Derbe.
After they had 7preached the gospel to that city and had 8mademanydisciples, they returned to 9Lystra and to 10Iconium and to 11Antioch,
22strengthening the souls of 12the disciples, encouraging them to continue in 13the faith, and saying, "14Throughmanytribulations we mustenter the kingdom of God."
When 15they had appointed16elders for them in everychurch, having 17prayed with fasting, they 18commended them to the Lord in whom they had believed.
They passedthrough19Pisidia and came into 20Pamphylia.
When they had spoken the word in 21Perga, they wentdown to Attalia.
From there they sailed to 22Antioch, from 23which they had been24commended to the grace of God for the work that they had aaccomplished.
When they had arrived and gathered the churchtogether, they began to 25reportallthings that God had done with them and bhow He had opened a 26door of faith to the Gentiles.
And they spentca longtime with 27the disciples.