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Pagina 1, 1.2 (p.6-9) and Pagina 1, 1.2 (p.11) are from the PGS :

"Bosporus" [b]and "Pegas" [pi]is not a river (as it is called in the Greek text), but a lake. [The word "pagus" is not found in any other place in the PGS and it is a Greek word; but the text gives an English translation of "pagus" as "the lake".] The river, which in Greece is called Pagina, was the first river which the people of Asia crossed. The first settlers of this country were the people who lived in the country called Pontus, in Asia Minor; the land was then called Euxine (i.e., in the western part of Asia Minor), and the people called the Ponti (i.e., from the river Peneus) called themselves "Pontians". They came from Euxine (and also from Pontus), and when they settled in this country they began to make wine, and the Ponti, being thirsty and lacking in other provisions, went to their neighbours and said to them: "We filipinocupid com log in have come from Asia, and the gods have made us happy, for we have made a well, which we drink from every year and which we will drink from this year onwards". And this well was the first of all the wells which have since been made by the Ponti. And the first person who built the first well citas de mujeres in this country was the priest of the Pontian god, Pontius Cerianus, who was one of the twelve apostles and a man of excellent character. And the Pontians made other wells, and the wells which the www buscando pareja Ponti were building at this time, the first being made by Euzo (i.e., of Euxine), the next by Tisiphoneus, and the next by Prokainus, and so forth, till the whole land had its own well. And they have kept up their work in every year and have made wells for the benefit of mankind every year, even to the present time.

Chapter 14

The following is an account of their history: After this the Ponti began to live in peace with the Medes, for the Medes made no war on the Ponti for several years; but when the Medes had done this, they again made war on them and they attacked and captured the Ponti in their cities and villages, and captured the inhabitants and the king's men; and, moreover, they set their king upon the cross and carried off the head of his son, and sent him into captivity; and so this war continued for five years and many were slain. So the Ponti were not only free from this war, but they became great and flourishing in the kingdom and in their own country; for the king had become great, for the people were glad of him, and the men who dwelled near him, because they saw that there was peace and plenty everywhere about the city, and that there was not even a war or any danger in the city, were more delighted with the king.

Then after this a certain man from the city of Etruria came and was an apostle to the Ponti, preaching them to receive the faith, and the king sent him back to Etruria and gave him the command to preach them. And when the Ponti heard of this, they went to Etruria with great joy and went and worshiped in their cities, and they prayed for the good news of the gospel, and the bishop gave them these words, "When you have received the gospel and have believed in it, then return to the Ponti and say to them, 'Behold, I am coming and the power of the Christ shall be in you; and, behold, I will send the prophets in your days and the apostles, with the words which I have spoken.'" And the word came to them, "Therefore, since the gospel is proclaimed among you, and the word has reached you from the Lord, we are going back to our city and to our bishop, to tell him that the gospel has already been proclaimed among the people of Etruria; and if you hear the word proclaimed from the Lord, then you will believe in the gospel and will be saved." And the Ponti sent out a bishop, and he came to them and said to them, "My friends, let us pray and beseech the Lord for the good news of the gospel. For we shall be greatly distressed if the Lord does not send you the apostles, the prophets, and the evangelists, so that he may declare to us all that is good." And they said, "Our bishop tells us that we shall not see the gospel proclaimed in this region until the third month of the year. We will then come to you to ask your help for the sake of the gospel." So when they came to their bishop, they besought him, and he replied to them, "I chat hispano en usa have heard this from our Lord; you will surely hear the good news; and I shall preach it to you to your face, for I am coming with the gospel and the kingdom of God." And when the bishop of the region heard this, he went to Etruria, and he proclaimed the gospel to the people and the churches there. And he went and preached and gave a good preaching to all the people, and many of them heard it, and they believed and received the word. But when they heard this, some of the people went to his city, and he said to them, "My friends, let us pray and beseech the Lord for the good news of the gospel; for we shall be greatly distressed if we shall not hear this good news, for we don't know anything of its coming and of its end." And some of them answered, "Our friend, we know the gospel; we have heard it, and it has not been preached to us." Then the bishop of Etruria said to them, "You amor en linea app know the gospel and yet you have not heard it; why do you not understand it?" And they answered, "We don't know it because we haven't been taught by the preaching of the good news." And he said to them, "Go to your house and take down the Gospel and set it before your doors, and let each one pray to God to send down for you what you are seeking." Then they all said, "Go." But when the people heard this, they came trinidad chatroom to the house of the bishop and set the Gospel before the bishop; and he opened the Gospel and read it.