And it befelled at Iconium, that they entered together into the synagogue of Jews [Forsooth it was done at Iconium, that together they entered into the synagogue of Jews], and spake, so that [a] full great multitude of Jews and Greeks believed.
But the Jews that were unbelieveful, raised persecution, and stirred to wrath the souls of heathen men against the brethren [raised persecution, and to wrath stirred the souls of heathen men against the brethren]; but the Lord gave soon peace.
Therefore they dwelled much time, and did trustily in the Lord [doing trustily in the Lord], bearing witnessing to the word of his grace, giving signs and wonders to be made by the hands of them.
But the multitude of the city was parted, and some were with the Jews, and some with the apostles.
But when there was made an assault of the heathen men and the Jews, with their princes, to torment and to stone them [to punish with despisings, or false blamings, and to stone them],
they understood, and fled together to the cities of Lycaonia, and Lystra, and Derbe, and into all the country about [and all the country in compass].