1 And in the to be fully come the day of the Pentecost, were all with one mind in the same.
2 And were suddenly from the heaven a sound as of a rushing wind violent, and it filled whole the house, were they were sitting;
3 and they saw with them being divided tongues like fire; sat and on one each one of them,
4 and they were filled all spirit holy, and they began to speak with other tongues, as the spirit gave to them to speak.
5 Were now in Jerusalem dwelling Jews, men pious, from every nation of those under the heaven.
6 Having happened and the sound this, came together the multitude, and were perplexed; because heard one each in the own language speaking of them.
7 Were astonished and all and wondered, saying to each other: Not lo all these are who are speaking Galileans?
8 And how we hear each one in the own language of us, in which we were born,
9 Parthians and Medes and Elamites, and those dwelling the Mesopotamia, Judea both and Cappadocia, Pontus and the Asia,
10 Phrygia both and Pamphylia, Egypt and the parts of the Lybia that upon Cyrene, and those sojourning Romans, Jews both and proselytes,
11 Cretans and Arabians, we hear speaking them in the our tongues the great things of the God?
12 Were astonished and all and perplexed, one to another saying: What will this to be?
13 Others but deriding said: That sweet wine having been filled they are.
14 Standing up but Peter with the eleven, lifted up the voice of himself, and said to them: Men Jews, and those dwelling in Jerusalem all, this to you known let be, and listen you the words of me.
15 Not for, as you suppose, these are drunk; it is for hour third of the day;
16 but this is that having been spoken through the prophet Joel:
17 And it shall be in the last the days, say the God, I will pour out from of the spirit of me upon all flesh; and shall prophesy the sons of you and the daughters of you, and the young men of you visions shall see, and the old men of you dreams shall dream;
18 and even on the maleslaves of me and on the femaleslaves of me in the days those I will pour out from of the spirit of me, and they shall prophesy.
19 And I will give prodigies in the heaven above, and signs on the earth below, blood and fire and a cloud of smoke;
20 the sun shall be turned into darkness, and the moon into blood, sooner than to come the day of Lord the great and illustrations.
21 And it shall be, every one who may call upon the name of Lord, shall be saved.
22 Men Israelites, hear you the words these: Jesus the Nazarene, a man from the God having been pointed out to you by mighty works and prodigies and signs, (which did through him the God in midst of you, as also yourselves you know,)
23 this by the having been fixed purpose and foreknowledge of the God given up having been taken, by hands of lawless ones having affixed to you killed.
24 Whom the God raised up; having loosed the pains of the death, in as much as not was possible to be held him under it.
25 David for says concerning him: I saw the Lord in presence of me always, because at right hand of he is, so that not I may be shaken.
26 Through this rejoiced the heart of me, and exulted the tongue of me; moreover and also the flesh of me will repose in hope;
27 because not thou will abandon the life of me to invisibility, nor thou wilt abandon the holy one of thee to see corruption.
28 Thou didst make known to me ways of life; thou will fill me of joy with the face of thee.
29 Men brethren, it is lawful to speak with freedom to you concerning the patriarch David, that both he died and was buried, and the tomb of him is among us till of the day this.
30 A prophet there being, and knowing that with an oath swore to him the God, out of fruit of the loins of him to cause to sit on the throne of him,
31 foreseeing he spoke concerning the resurrection of the Anointed, that not he was abandoned into invisibility, nor the flesh of him saw corruption.
32 This the Jesus raised up the God, of which all we are witnesses.
33 To the right hand therefore of the God having been exalted, the and promise of the holy spirit having received from the Father, he poured out this, which you see and hear.
34 Not for David ascended into the heavens; he says but himself: Said the Lord to the lord of me: Sit thou at right hand of me,
35 till I may place the enemies of thee a footstool for the feet of thee.
36 Certainly therefore let know all house of Israel, that both Lord him and Anointed the God made, this the Jesus, whom you crucified.
37 Having heard and they were pierced to the heart, said and to the Peter and the other apostles: What shall we do, men brethren?
38 Peter and said to them: Reform you, and be dipped each one of you in the name of Jesus Anointed, for forgiveness of sins, and you shall receive the gifts of the holy spirit.
39 To you for is the promise and to the children of you, and to all those at a distance as many as may call Lord the God of us.
40 Other and words with many he testified, and exhorted, saying: Be saved from the generation of the perverse this.
41 They indeed therefore gladly having received the word of him, were dipped; and were added the day that souls about three thousand.
42 Were and constantly attending to the teachings of the apostles, and to the distribution, and to the breaking of the loaf, and to the prayers.
43 Came and to every soul fear, many and prodigies and signs through the apostles were done.
44 All and those believing were in the same, and had all things common,
45 and the possessions and the goods they were selling; and they were dividing them to all, as any one need had.
46 Every day and constantly attending with one mind in the temple, breaking and at home bread, they were partaking of food in gladness and singleness of heart,
47 praising the God, and having favor with whole the people. The and Lord was adding those being saved everyday to the congregation.