Cornelius is received into the church. Peter's vision.
 And there was a certain man in Caesarea, named Cornelius, a centurion of that which is called the Italian band;
 A religious man, and fearing God with all his house, giving much alms to the people, and always praying to God.
 This man saw in a vision manifestly, about the ninth hour of the day, an angel of God coming in unto him, and saying to him: Cornelius.
 And he, beholding him, being seized with fear, said: What is it, Lord? And he said to him: Thy prayers and thy alms are ascended for a memorial in the sight of God.
 And now send men to Joppe, and call hither one Simon, who is surnamed Peter:
 He lodgeth with one Simon a tanner, whose house is by the sea side. He will tell thee what thou must do.
 And when the angel who spoke to him was departed, he called two of his household servants, and a soldier who feared the Lord, of them that were under him.
 To whom when he had related all, he sent them to Joppe.
 And on the next day, whilst they were going on their journey, and drawing nigh to the city, Peter went up to the higher parts of the house to pray, about the sixth hour.
 Then Peter answered: Can any man forbid water, that these should not be baptized, who have received the Holy Ghost, as well as we?
 And he commanded them to be baptized in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ. Then they desired him to tarry with them some days.