Jews Plot To Kill
"You belong to your father, the devil, and you want to carry
out your father's desire. He was a murderer from the beginning, not holding to the truth,
for there is no truth in him. When he lies, he speaks his native language, for he is a
liar and the father of lies", John 8:44
The Jews answered him, "Aren't we right in saying that you
are a Samaritan and demon-possessed?", John 8:48
(Est 9:16) But the rest of the
Jews in the king's provinces gathered and stood for their lives, and a rest from their
enemies, and to kill seventy five thousand of their foes. But they did
not lay their hands on the spoil.
(2Ki 16:6) At that time Rezin the
king of Syria brought Elath back to Syria, and threw the Jews out of Elath;
and the Syrians came to Elath and lived there to this day.
(Ezr 4:12) let it be known to the
king that the Jews who came up from you to us have come to Jerusalem.
They are rebuilding the rebellious and the evil city and are completing its walls, and have
joined the foundations.
(Joh 5:16) And because of this,
the Jews persecuted Jesus and lusted to kill Him, because He did these
things on a sabbath.
(Joh 5:18) Because of this,
therefore, the Jews lusted the more to kill Him, for not only did He
break the sabbath, but also called God His own Father, making Himself equal to God.
(Joh 7:1) And after these things
Jesus was walking in Galilee; for He did not desire to walk in Judea, because the Jews
were lusting to kill Him.
(Joh 8:22-24) Then the Jews said,
Will He kill Himself, because He says, Where I go, you are not able to come? And He
said to them, You are from below; I am from above. You are from this
world; I am not from this world. Therefore, I said to you that you will die in your
sins. For if you do not believe that I AM, you will die in your sins.
(Act 14:4-6) But the multitude of
the city was divided; and some were with the Jews, but others with the apostles. And
when a rush of the nations occurred, and both the Jews and their rulers came to insult and to stone them,
perceiving this, they fled to the cities of
Lycaonia, Lystra and Derbe, and the surrounding country.
(Act 17:5-6) But becoming jealous,
and having taken aside some wicked men of the market loafers, and gathering a crowd, the
disobeying Jews set the city into turmoil. And coming on the house of
Jason, they sought to
bring them on to the mob. But not finding them, they dragged Jason and some brothers
before the city judges, crying, Those turning the habitable world upside down have come
(Act 18:12-13) But Gallio being proconsul of Achaia, the Jews
rushed against Paul with one passion and led him to the tribunal, saying, This
one persuades men to worship God contrary to the Law.
(Act 19:33) But they dragged
Alexander forward out of the crowd, the Jews thrusting him in front. And
waving his hand,
Alexander desired to defend himself to the mob.
(Act 20:3) And spending three
months there, a
plot by the Jews having occurred against him, being about to sail into Syria, he was of a mind to return through
(Act 20:19) serving the Lord with
all humility, and many tears and trials happening to me by the plots of the Jews;
(Act 21:27-28) But when the seven
days were about to be completed, having seen him in the temple, the Jews from Asia
stirred up all the crowd, and they laid hands on him, crying out, Men, Israelites, help! This is the man
who teaches all everywhere against the people and the Law and this place. And even more, he also brought Greeks into the temple and has
defiled this holy place.
(Act 23:12-14) And it becoming day, some of the Jews
making a conspiracy cursed themselves, saying neither to eat nor to drink until they
should kill Paul. And those making this plot were more than forty; who,
having come near to the chief priests and to the elders, said, With a curse we have cursed
ourselves to taste of nothing until we shall kill Paul.
(Act 23:30-32) And it being
revealed to me that a plot against the man was about to be executed by the Jews, I at once sent
him to you, also
commanding the accusers to say the things against him before you. Farewell. Then indeed
taking up Paul according to the thing appointed to them, the soldiers brought him through the night to Antipatris. And on the
morrow, allowing the horsemen to go with him, they returned to the fortress.
(Act 25:2-3) And the high priest
and the chief of the Jews made a statement before him against Paul, and they begged him,
asking a favor against him, so as he might send for him to Jerusalem, making a plot to
kill him on the way.
(Act 25:24) And Festus said, King
Agrippa, and all those men present with us, you see this one about whom all the multitude
of the Jews pleaded with me, both here and in Jerusalem, crying out that he ought
to live no longer.
(Act 26:21) Because of these
things, having seized me
in the temple, the Jews tried to kill me.
(Act 28:17-18) And after three
days, it happened that Paul called together those being chief of the Jews.
And they coming together, he said to them, Men, brothers, I did nothing contrary to the
people, or to the ancestral customs. I was delivered a prisoner from Jerusalem into the
hands of the Romans, who examining me were of a mind to let me
go, because no cause of death was in me.
(1Co 9:20-22) And I became
as a Jew to the Jews, that I might gain Jews; to those under Law as under Law,
that I might gain those under Law; to those without Law as without Law (not being without
Law of God, but under the law of Christ),
that I might gain those without Law. I
became to the weak as weak, that I might gain the weak. To all I have become all things,
that in any and every way I might save some.
(2Co 11:24-25) Five times I
received forty stripes
minus one from the Jews. I was flogged three times; I was stoned once;
I was shipwrecked three times; I have spent a night and a day in the deep.
(1Th 2:14-15) For, brothers, you
became imitators of the assemblies of God being in Judea in Christ Jesus, because you also
suffered these things by your own fellow countrymen, as they did also by the Jews, who both killed the Lord Jesus and their own prophets,
also having driven us out, and not pleasing God, and being
contrary to all men,