Lesson 12d

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12.1d Repeat each sentence.

And so in this case, (And so in this case,) / I tell you, (I tell you,) / do not take any action against these men. (do not take any action against these men.) / And so in this case, I tell you, do not take any action against these men. (And so in this case, I tell you, do not take any action against these men.) / Leave them alone. (Leave them alone.)

If what they have planned and done (If what they have planned and done) / is of human origin, (is of human origin,) / it will disappear, (it will disappear,) / If what they have planned and done is of human origin, it will disappear, (If what they have planned and done is of human origin, it will disappear,) / but if it comes from God, (but if it comes from God,) / you cannot possibly defeat them. (you cannot possibly defeat them.) / but if it comes from God, you cannot possibly defeat them. (but if it comes from God, you cannot possibly defeat them.) / You could find yourselves fighting against God. (You could find yourselves fighting against God.)

The Council followed his advice. (The Council followed his advice.) / They called the apostles in, (They called the apostles in,) / had them whipped, (had them whipped,) / and ordered them never again to speak in the name of Jesus; (and ordered them never again to speak in the name of Jesus;) / They called the apostles in, had them whipped, and ordered them never again to speak in the name of Jesus; (They called the apostles in, had them whipped, and ordered them never again to speak in the name of Jesus;) / and then they set them free. (and then they set them free.)

As the apostles left the Council, (As the apostles left the Council,) / they were happy, (they were happy,) / As the apostles left the Council, they were happy, (As the apostles left the Council, they were happy,) / because God had considered them worthy (because God had considered them worthy) / to suffer disgrace for the sake of Jesus. (to suffer disgrace for the sake of Jesus.) / because God had considered them worthy to suffer disgrace for the sake of Jesus. (because God had considered them worthy to suffer disgrace for the sake of Jesus.)

And every day in the Temple (And every day in the Temple) / and in people’s homes (and in people’s homes) / they continued to teach and preach (they continued to teach and preach) / the Good News about Jesus the Messiah. (the Good News about Jesus the Messiah.) / And every day in the Temple and in people’s homes they continued to teach and preach the Good News about Jesus the Messiah. (And every day in the Temple and in people’s homes they continued to teach and preach the Good News about Jesus the Messiah.)