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Acts 8:2  (1611 King James Bible)

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And deuout men carried Steuen to his buriall, and made great lamentation ouer him.


- 1611 King James Bible

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Other Translations of Acts 8:2

And devout men carried Stephen [to his burial], and made great lamentation over him.
- King James Version (Cambridge Edition)

And devout men buried Stephen, and made great lamentation over him.
- American Standard Version (1901)

And God-fearing men put Stephen's body in its last resting-place, making great weeping over him.
- Basic English Bible

And God-fearing men put Stephen's body in its last resting-place, making great weeping over him.
- Darby Bible

Ac 8:2 Devout men carried Stephen [to his burial]. Not disciples, but pious Jews, deeply impressed by the gospel, but not yet brought to its acceptance. They were "devout" like Cornelius the Gentile before his conversion (Ac 10:2). Made great lamentation over him. They made their protest against the deed by a public funeral with all the usual Jewish demonstrations of mourning.
- People's Bible

And devout men carried Stephen to his burial, and made great lamentation over him.
- Webster's Bible

A party of devout men, however, buried Stephen, and made loud lamentation over him.
- Weymouth Bible

Devout men buried Stephen, and lamented greatly over him.
- World English Bible

But good men birieden Steuene, and maden greet mornyng on hym.
- Wycliffe Bible

and devout men carried away Stephen, and made great lamentation over him;
- Youngs Literal Bible

 

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View Wesley's Notes for Acts 8:2

8:2 Devout men - Who feared God more than persecution. And yet were they not of little faith? Else they would not have made so great lamentation.

 

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