Acts 4:16

Overview - Acts 4
The rulers of the Jews, offended with Peter's sermon,
imprison him and John.
After, upon examination Peter boldly avouching the lame man to be healed by the name of Jesus, and that by the same Jesus only we must be eternally saved,
13 they command him and John to preach no more in that name, adding also threatening;
23 whereupon the church flees to prayer.
31 And God, by moving the place where they were assembled, testifies that he heard their prayer; confirming the church with the gift of the Holy Ghost, and with mutual love and charity.
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Acts 4:16  (King James Version)
Saying, What shall we do to these men? for that indeed a notable miracle hath been done by them is manifest to all them that dwell in Jerusalem; and we cannot deny it.

John 11:47 John 11:48 ; 12:18

a notable
Acts 3:9 Acts 3:10 Daniel 8:5 Daniel 8:8 ; Matthew 27:16

and we
6:10 Luke 6:10 Luke 6:11 ; 21:15