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The man urged Paul, "Come to Macedonia to help us. American Standard Version And a vision appeared to Paul in the night: There was a man of Macedonia standing, beseeching him, and saying, Come over into Macedonia, and help us.
Douay-Rheims Bible And a vision was shewed to Paul in the night, which was a man of Macedonia standing and beseeching him, and saying: Pass over into Macedonia, and help us.
Darby Bible Translation And a vision appeared to Paul in the night: There was a certain Macedonian man, standing and beseeching him, and saying, Pass over into Macedonia and help us.
English Revised Version And a vision appeared to Paul in the night; There was a man of Macedonia standing, beseeching him, and saying, Come over into Macedonia, and help us.
Webster's Bible Translation And a vision appeared to Paul in the night: There stood a man of Macedonia, and prayed him, saying, Come over into Macedonia, and help us.
Weymouth New Testament Here, one night, Paul saw a vision. There was a Macedonian who was standing, entreating him and saying, "Come over into Macedonia and help us.
Acts In Damascus there was a disciple named Ananias. The Lord spoke to him in a vision, "Ananias! Acts As soon as Paul had seen the vision, we got ready to leave for Macedonia, concluding that God had called us to preach the gospel to them.
Acts At first he found himself in the position of being regarded as an apostate by the Jews and suspect by the Christian community of Jerusalem.
His acceptance by the latter was finally brought about through his friendship with Barnabas Acts The towns of Lydda, Sharon, and Joppa were populated by both Jews and Gentiles and their Christian communities may well have been mixed.
Acts of the Apostles. The Inauguration of the Gentile Mission. Experience the richness of your faith What will you discover?
X Woe to me if I do not preach the gospel! Just this: that in preaching the gospel I may offer it free of charge, AA and so not make full use of my rights AB as a preacher of the gospel.
AF To those under the law I became like one under the law though I myself am not under the law , AG so as to win those under the law.
AM Run AN in such a way as to get the prize. They do it to get a crown AO that will not last, but we do it to get a crown that will last forever.
All rights reserved worldwide. As she had Alzheimer's , Ryan helped care for her while his mother commuted to college in Madison, Wisconsin.
Ryan has a bachelor's degree in economics and political science from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio ,  where he became interested in the writings of Friedrich Hayek , Ludwig von Mises , and Milton Friedman.
Senator Bob Kasten , where he worked with Kasten's foreign affairs adviser. Ryan attended the Washington Semester program at American University.
Betty Ryan reportedly urged her son to accept a congressional position as a legislative aide in Senator Kasten's office, which he did after graduating in Ryan later worked as a speechwriter for Kemp,  the Republican vice presidential candidate in the United States presidential election.
Kemp became Ryan's mentor, and Ryan has said he had a "huge influence". In , Ryan became the legislative director for then-U.
Congressman Sam Brownback of Kansas. In he returned to Wisconsin, where he worked for a year as a marketing consultant for the construction company Ryan Incorporated Central, owned by his relatives.
Ryan was first elected to the House in , winning the 1st District seat of Republican Mark Neumann , a two-term incumbent who had vacated his seat to make an unsuccessful bid for the U.
Ryan won the Republican primary over year-old pianist Michael J. Reelected eight times, Ryan never received less than 55 percent of the vote in a congressional election.
He defeated Democratic challenger Jeffrey C. Thomas in the , , , and elections. Zerban again challenged Ryan in the House election.
Ryan became the ranking Republican member of the House Budget Committee in  and became chairman of the committee in after Republicans took control of the House.
That same year, he was selected to deliver the Republican response to the State of the Union address.
Ryan was a "reliable supporter of the [George W. Bush] administration's foreign policy priorities" who voted for the Iraq Resolution , authorizing the invasion of Iraq.
In , Ryan was a member of the bipartisan National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform Bowles-Simpson Commission , which was tasked with developing a plan to reduce the federal deficit.
He voted against the final report of the commission. On September 25, , John Boehner formally announced to House Republicans his intention to resign from the speakership and the House.
This led many Republicans to turn to Ryan as a compromise candidate. The push included a plea from Boehner, who reportedly told Ryan that he was the only person who could unite the House Republicans at a time of turmoil.
Ryan confirmed on October 22, that he would seek the speakership after receiving the endorsements of two factions of House Republicans, including the conservative Freedom Caucus.
But I pledged to you that if I could be a unifying figure, then I would serve — I would go all in. After talking with so many of you, and hearing your words of encouragement, I believe we are ready to move forward as one, united team.
And I am ready and eager to be our speaker. On October 29, Ryan was elected Speaker, receiving votes, an absolute majority of the member chamber.
Democrat Nancy Pelosi received votes, with 12 more going to others. Blaine age 39 in After Donald Trump became the presumptive Republican nominee in the presidential election on May 4, , Ryan was hesitant to endorse him, stating on May 5 that he was "not ready".
Curiel , Ryan said Trump's critique "just was out of left field for my mind," and voiced disagreement with him. Nevertheless, Ryan continued to endorse Trump, believing that more Republican policies will be enacted under Donald Trump than presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
Swear to God", Ryan interjected, "No leaks. This is how we know we're a real family here. On July 5, after FBI Director James Comey advocated against pressing charges against Clinton for her email scandal, Ryan said Comey's decision "defies explanation" and stated that "[d]eclining to prosecute Secretary Clinton for recklessly mishandling and transmitting national security information will set a terrible precedent.
In October , following the Donald Trump Access Hollywood controversy , Ryan disinvited Trump from a scheduled campaign rally,  and announced that he would no longer defend or support Trump's presidential campaign but would focus instead on Congressional races.
He also freed down-ticket congress members to use their own judgment about Trump, saying "you all need to do what's best for you and your district.
Two months after the elections , Ryan was re-elected Speaker of the House on January 3, , the opening day of the th Congress.
He received votes to House Democratic Leader Pelosi's votes with 5 more going to others. On February 7, , Ryan told reporters a replacement for the Affordable Care Act ACA would be introduced "this year" amid speculation Donald Trump would not act toward doing so until the following year.
During the presidential campaign, Ryan suggested that candidate Trump should release his tax returns. In May , Ryan said Congress' goal was "calendared for tax reform" and reported progress was being made in doing so.
In June , Ryan expressed support for strong sanctions on Russia in response to Russian interference in the elections and its annexation of the Crimea, saying that Russia's actions were "unacceptable".
Both houses passed the bill with veto-proof majorities in the Senate, in the House , so Trump reluctantly signed it into law on August 2, Ryan provided political cover for Devin Nunes, chair of the House Intelligence Committee, who many characterized as a source of the dysfunction in the committee as it investigated Russian interference in the election.
Despite having favored comprehensive immigration earlier in his congressional career, Speaker Ryan prevented immigration legislation from being advanced in the House.
An article in The Washington Post described Ryan's relationship with President Trump as "friendly, if occasionally uneasy," adding that "Ryan did little to check the president or encourage oversight of his administration.
On April 11, , Ryan announced that he would not run for re-election in November, saying, "I like to think I've done my part, my little part in history to set us on a better course.
After Republicans lost control of the House in the midterm elections, Ryan suggested that there were irregularities about the election results in California.
Ryan said that California's election system was "bizarre", "defies logic" and that "there are a lot of races there we should have won.
Following Ryan's retirement announcement, an article in The Washington Post stated that Ryan was "leav[ing] behind a legacy of dramatically expanded government spending and immense deficits, a GOP president unchecked, a broken immigration system, and a party that's fast abandoning the free-trade principles that he himself championed.
As Speaker of the House of Representatives, Ryan was not a chair or a member of any committee. Prior to his speakership, Ryan held the following assignments:.
Other home district projects he has supported include a runway extension at the Rock County Airport , an environmental study of the Kenosha Harbor, firefighting equipment for Janesville, road projects in Wisconsin, and commuter rail and streetcar projects in Kenosha.
In , Ryan pledged to stop seeking earmarks. Prior to that he had sought earmarks less often than other representatives. Ryan was an active member of a task force established by Wisconsin governor Jim Doyle that tried unsuccessfully to persuade General Motors to keep its assembly plant in Janesville open.
He made personal contact with GM executives to try to convince them to save or retool the plant, offering GM hundreds of millions of dollars of taxpayer-funded incentives.
In August , constituents in Kenosha and Racine protested when Ryan would not meet with them about economic and employment issues, after weeks of emailed requests from them.
His Kenosha office locked its doors and filed a complaint with the police, who told the protesters that they were not allowed in Ryan's office.
Ryan maintained a mobile office to serve constituents in outlying areas. Also in August , the Associated Press published a story saying that while the Tea Party movement had wanted a nominee other than Romney, it had gotten "one of its ideological heroes" in the Vice Presidential slot.
According to the article, Ryan supports the Tea Party's belief in "individual rights, distrust of big government and an allegorical embrace of the Founding Fathers".
According to a statistical-historical analysis conducted by Nate Silver , "Ryan is the most conservative Republican member of Congress to be picked for the vice-presidential slot since at least " and "is also more conservative than any Democratic nominee [for vice president who previously served in the Congress] was liberal, meaning that he is the furthest from the center" of any vice presidential candidate chosen from Congress since the turn of the 20th century.
Political scientist Eric Schickler commented that while Ryan "may well be the most conservative vice presidential nominee in decades," the NOMINATE methodology "is not suited to making claims about the relative liberalism or conservatism of politicians" over a long time span.
Ryan formally accepted his nomination at the Republican National Convention on August 29, We will not spend four years blaming others—we will take responsibility.
We will not try to replace our founding principles, we will reapply our founding principles. The speech was well received by the convention audience and praised for being well-delivered.
Romney and Ryan lost the presidential election, but Ryan retained his seat in the House of Representatives. Ryan's political positions were generally conservative , with a focus on fiscal policy.
Ryan subscribed to supply-side economics and supported tax cuts including eliminating the capital gains tax, the corporate income tax, the estate tax , and the Alternative Minimum Tax.
In , Ryan rolled out a set of anti-poverty proposals that "seek to expand work requirements for those receiving federal benefits, to give states and local jurisdictions a greater role in administering those benefits, to better measure the results of federal programs for the poor, and to crack down on waste, fraud and abuse.
Ryan's non-fiscal policy positions were subject to additional national attention with his candidacy for Vice President. Ryan condemned Barack Obama 's decision not to block a UN resolution criticizing Israeli settlement building in the occupied Palestinian territories as "absolutely shameful".
He stated: "Jerusalem has been, and always will be, the eternal, undivided capital of the State of Israel. Following the Russia—United States summit , in which Donald Trump stated that he believed Russian government did not interfere in the U.
Ryan supported U. At a Washington, D. In , Ryan said, "What's unique about what's happening today in government, in the world, in America, is that it's as if we're living in an Ayn Rand novel right now.
I think Ayn Rand did the best job of anybody to build a moral case of capitalism, and that morality of capitalism is under assault.
In April , after receiving criticism from Georgetown University faculty members on his budget plan, Ryan rejected Rand's philosophy as atheistic , saying it "reduces human interactions down to mere contracts".
John Vianney Catholic Church in Janesville. Due to a family history of fatal heart attacks before age 60, Ryan pursues an intense cross-training fitness program called P90X.
About P90X , he said, "It works because it's called muscle confusion. It hits your body in many different ways.
Pull-ups, push-ups, sit-ups, lots of cardio, karate, jump training. It has results, it works. It's a good workout. Tony Horton , creator of P90X , who has personally trained Ryan many times, reiterated the claim saying, "He is very, very, very lean.
I know what 6 to 8 percent body fat looks like, and there's no fat anywhere on the man. I'm around 9 percent and he's much leaner than I am.
In a radio interview Ryan claimed he had once run a marathon in under three hours;  he later stated that he forgot his actual time and was just trying to state what he thought was a normal time.
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See also: Mitt Romney presidential campaign and Republican Party vice presidential candidate selection. Main article: Congressional Leadership Fund.
Main article: Political positions of Paul Ryan. Main article: Electoral history of Paul Ryan.