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  • Hechos 26:11
    Many a time I went from one synagogue to another to have them punished, and I tried to force them to blaspheme. I was so obsessed with persecuting them that I even hunted them down in foreign cities. (niv)
  • Isaías 65:15
    You will leave your name for my chosen ones to use in their curses; the Sovereign Lord will put you to death, but to his servants he will give another name. (niv)
  • Salmo 69:20
    Scorn has broken my heart and has left me helpless; I looked for sympathy, but there was none, for comforters, but I found none. (niv)
  • Salmo 89:51
    the taunts with which your enemies, Lord, have mocked, with which they have mocked every step of your anointed one. (niv)
  • Hechos 7:54
    When the members of the Sanhedrin heard this, they were furious and gnashed their teeth at him. (niv)
  • Salmo 31:11-13
    Because of all my enemies, I am the utter contempt of my neighbors and an object of dread to my closest friends— those who see me on the street flee from me.I am forgotten as though I were dead; I have become like broken pottery.For I hear many whispering,“ Terror on every side!” They conspire against me and plot to take my life. (niv)
  • Salmo 69:9-10
    for zeal for your house consumes me, and the insults of those who insult you fall on me.When I weep and fast, I must endure scorn; (niv)
  • Salmo 55:3
    because of what my enemy is saying, because of the threats of the wicked; for they bring down suffering on me and assail me in their anger. (niv)
  • Salmo 2:1
    Why do the nations conspire and the peoples plot in vain? (niv)
  • Hechos 23:12-35
    The next morning some Jews formed a conspiracy and bound themselves with an oath not to eat or drink until they had killed Paul.More than forty men were involved in this plot.They went to the chief priests and the elders and said,“ We have taken a solemn oath not to eat anything until we have killed Paul.Now then, you and the Sanhedrin petition the commander to bring him before you on the pretext of wanting more accurate information about his case. We are ready to kill him before he gets here.”But when the son of Paul’s sister heard of this plot, he went into the barracks and told Paul.Then Paul called one of the centurions and said,“ Take this young man to the commander; he has something to tell him.”So he took him to the commander. The centurion said,“ Paul, the prisoner, sent for me and asked me to bring this young man to you because he has something to tell you.”The commander took the young man by the hand, drew him aside and asked,“ What is it you want to tell me?”He said:“ Some Jews have agreed to ask you to bring Paul before the Sanhedrin tomorrow on the pretext of wanting more accurate information about him.Don’t give in to them, because more than forty of them are waiting in ambush for him. They have taken an oath not to eat or drink until they have killed him. They are ready now, waiting for your consent to their request.”The commander dismissed the young man with this warning:“ Don’t tell anyone that you have reported this to me.”Then he called two of his centurions and ordered them,“ Get ready a detachment of two hundred soldiers, seventy horsemen and two hundred spearmen to go to Caesarea at nine tonight.Provide horses for Paul so that he may be taken safely to Governor Felix.”He wrote a letter as follows:Claudius Lysias, To His Excellency, Governor Felix: Greetings.This man was seized by the Jews and they were about to kill him, but I came with my troops and rescued him, for I had learned that he is a Roman citizen.I wanted to know why they were accusing him, so I brought him to their Sanhedrin.I found that the accusation had to do with questions about their law, but there was no charge against him that deserved death or imprisonment.When I was informed of a plot to be carried out against the man, I sent him to you at once. I also ordered his accusers to present to you their case against him.So the soldiers, carrying out their orders, took Paul with them during the night and brought him as far as Antipatris.The next day they let the cavalry go on with him, while they returned to the barracks.When the cavalry arrived in Caesarea, they delivered the letter to the governor and handed Paul over to him.The governor read the letter and asked what province he was from. Learning that he was from Cilicia,he said,“ I will hear your case when your accusers get here.” Then he ordered that Paul be kept under guard in Herod’s palace. (niv)
  • Jeremías 29:22
    Because of them, all the exiles from Judah who are in Babylon will use this curse:‘ May the Lord treat you like Zedekiah and Ahab, whom the king of Babylon burned in the fire.’ (niv)
  • Romanos 15:3
    For even Christ did not please himself but, as it is written:“ The insults of those who insult you have fallen on me.” (niv)
  • Lucas 6:11
    But the Pharisees and the teachers of the law were furious and began to discuss with one another what they might do to Jesus. (niv)