Romans 15:19

Overview - Romans 15
The strong must bear with the weak.
We must not please ourselves;
for Christ did not so;
but receive one another, as Christ did us all;
both Jews and Gentiles;
15 Paul excuses his writing;
28 and promises to see them;
30 and requests their prayers.
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Romans 15:19  (King James Version)
Through mighty signs and wonders, by the power of the Spirit of God; so that from Jerusalem, and round about unto Illyricum, I have fully preached the gospel of Christ.

Acts 14:10 ; 15:12 16:18 Acts 19:11 Acts 19:12 2 Corinthians 12:12 ; Galatians 3:5 ; Hebrews 2:4

by the
Matthew 12:28 ; Acts 1:8 ; 1 Corinthians 12:4-11 ; 1 Peter 1:12

so that
24 ; Acts 9:28 Acts 9:29 ; Acts 13:4 Acts 13:5 Acts 13:14 Acts 13:51 Acts 14:6 Acts 14:20 Acts 14:25 16:6-12 Acts 17:10 Acts 17:15
Acts 18:1 Acts 18:19 ; 19:1 Acts 20:2 Acts 20:6

Illyricum, or Illyria, was a country of Europe, lying N. and N
W. of Macedonia, on the eastern coast of the Adriatic gulf, opposite Italy. It was distinguished into two parts; Liburnia north, now Croatia; and Dalmatia south, still retaining the same name. The account of Paul's second visit to the peninsula of Greece, Acts 20:1 , 2, ; says Dr. Paley, leads us to suppose that, in going over Macedonia, he had passed so far to the west, as to come into those parts of the country which were contiguous to Illyricum, if he did not enter Illyricum itself. The history and the Epistle therefore so far agree; and the agreement is much strengthened by a coincidence of time; for much before the time when this epistle was written, he could not have said so, as his route, in his former journey, confined him to the eastern side of the peninsula, a considerable distance from Illyricum.

1:14-16 Acts 20:20 ; Colossians 1:25 ; 2 Timothy 4:17