Acts 2:13

“Others mocking said, These men are full of new wine.”

King James Version (KJV)

Other Translations for Acts 2:13

Others mocking said, These men are full of new wine.
- King James Version (1611) - View 1611 Bible Scan

But others were mocking and saying, "They are full of sweet wine."
- New American Standard Version (1995)

But others mocking said, They are filled with new wine.
- American Standard Version (1901)

But others, making sport of them, said, They are full of new wine.
- Basic English Bible

But others mocking said, They are full of new wine.
- Darby Bible

Others mocking, said, These men are full of new wine.
- Webster's Bible

But others, scornfully jeering, said, "They are brim-full of sweet wine."
- Weymouth Bible

Others, mocking, said, "They are filled with new wine."
- World English Bible

And othere scorneden, and seiden, For these men ben ful of must.
- Wycliffe Bible

and others mocking said, -- `They are full of sweet wine;'
- Youngs Literal Bible

Bible Commentary for Acts 2:13

Wesley's Notes for Acts 2:13


2:13 But others mocking - The world begins with mocking, thence proceeds to cavilling, #Ac 4:7|; to threats, 4:17; to imprisoning, #Ac 5:18|; blows, 5:40; to slaughter, #Ac 7:58|. These mockers appear to have been some of the natives of Judea, and inhabitants of Jerusalem, (who understood only the dialect of the country,) by the apostle's immediately directing his discourse to them in the next verse. They are full of sweet wine - So the Greek word properly signifies. There was no new wine so early in the year as pentecost. Thus natural men are wont to ascribe supernatural things to mere natural causes; and many times as impudently and unskilfully as in the present case.


People's Bible Notes for Acts 2:13


Ac 2:13 Others mocking. Some were amazed and bewildered; others, stubbornly skeptical, scoffed and suggested that the speakers were drunk. New wine. More exactly, sweet wine, a wine made by soaking raisins, pressing out and fermenting the juice, which was very intoxicating. Most wines of Palestine had very slight intoxicating qualities.

Discussion for Acts 2:13

  • Janggoulen Haokip on Acts 2:13
    I heard that some people saying Adam first wife was Lilith is it true or false? I really wanna know please help me I want to know the truth.According to my believe Adam first wife was Eve
  • Chris - in Reply on Acts 2:13
    Yes, stay true to your belief that Adam's wife was Eve. What you have been told by others is wrong, as that information (that Lilith was Adam's first wife) is based on some Jewish folklore that Lilith was created from the same clay as Adam & this legend developed further over the Middle Ages into various stories.

    The Bible teaches us that God created Eve from the rib of Adam (Gen 2:21) not from clay & the biblical account of their sin & that sin passed on to succeeding generations, can only be found in the God's Word. Only in the Bible can we find & learn of true history of those days, so keep reading it to learn more about God & his requirements for you.
  • Mishael - in Reply on Acts 2:13
    There is no one named Lilith in the Bible. I just checked it through the Search Box when you first enter this website. I checked the google box too.

    Some mention to statues for sale. That is what the Bible calls an IDOL. Check the 10 Commandments in Exodus 20

    You've asked this before. Why?
  • Tony Lomenzo on Acts 2:13
    Who was doing the mocking in Acts 2:13?
  • Jesse - in Reply on Acts 2:13
    They were the Palestinian Jews who were there, the "Hometown people."
  • Mishael Living Water and The New Wine - in Reply on Acts 2:13
    The disciples were having Church: there may have been some visitors.

    The manifestation of the Holy Spirit fell upon them and the physical pains and tiredness were replaced by the joy of the Holy Spirit____who is a real Person.

    He's here for believers and we ought not grieve Him by saying there's a couple dozen drunks in the Church. I have been in meetings like that. It is the most awe inspiring experience I have ever felt!!

    Another time it was a Wed. night and amazingly a lot of people came. Short sermon on negative confessions and talking trash to ourselves like: it'll never happen for me, or I'll never find a mate. By then we all did the "slip down" in our chairs; everybody looking at everybody else. Then Pastor said IF YOU WANT ALL THOSE NEGATIVE CONFESSIONS removed: come to the stage. Someone got up, then me and about 90% of the room went forward. I got within 10 feet of the Pastor and kinda slumped to the floor, seated. The Anointing was SO POWERFUL!! The Holy Spirit was doing some healing! Some of us were having trouble walking: kinda drunken looking.

    ITS THE NEW WINE! Written in scripture.

    Going back to my chair: there was about 15 hypocrites still seated that didn't go up. I know they probably wish they had; but pride can be hard thing to maintain.

    I've had other experiences and each one was different. If people in Church will invite the Holy Spirit to come too; it's possible for everyone to be healed! He knows what we NEED. Alpha and Omega.

    If you desire a closer walk with Jesus..you are the only one who can make that happen. It's about yielding to the Holy Spirit. Tell flesh and soulish attitudes to be still.

    Someday the Holy Spirits presence is not going to be so powerful on earth; once the end times press forward. Invite Him to move into your life; every day; taking walks.

    I sing to Him. But what's precious is when He sings a song to you. It's near your heart area and your spirit and soul unite with Him.


 

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