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THE ACTS OF THE APOSTLES - Chapter 4 - Verse 23

Verse 23. Their own company. They joined the other apostles and Christians, Ac 2:44,45.

And reported, etc. It doubtless became a subject of interesting inquiry, what they should do in this case. They had been threatened by the highest authority of the nation, and commanded not to preach again in the name of Jesus. Whether they should obey them and be silent, or whether they should leave Jerusalem and preach elsewhere, could not but be an interesting subject of inquiry; and they very properly sought the counsel of their brethren, and looked to God for direction; an example which all should follow who are exposed to persecution, or who are in any perplexity about the path of duty.

{b} "went to their own company" Ac 2:44-46

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