1. Judges 10:6
And the Israelites again did what was evil in the sight of the Lord, served the Baals, the Ashtaroth [female deities], the gods of Syria, the gods of Sidon, the gods of Moab, the gods of the Ammonites, and the gods of the Philistines. They forsook the Lord and did not serve Him.
Judges 10:5-7 (in Context) Judges 10 (Whole Chapter)
2. 2 Samuel 8:12
From Syria, Moab, the Ammonites, the Philistines, Amalek, and from the spoil of Hadadezer son of Rehob, king of Zobah.
2 Samuel 8:11-13 (in Context) 2 Samuel 8 (Whole Chapter)
3. 2 Samuel 15:8
For your servant vowed while I dwelt at Geshur in Syria, If the Lord will bring me again to Jerusalem, then I will serve the Lord [by offering a sacrifice].
2 Samuel 15:7-9 (in Context) 2 Samuel 15 (Whole Chapter)
4. 1 Kings 10:29
A chariot could be brought out of Egypt for 600 shekels of silver, and a horse for 150. And so to all the kings of the Hittites and of Syria they were exported by the king's merchants.
1 Kings 10:28-30 (in Context) 1 Kings 10 (Whole Chapter)
5. 1 Kings 11:25
And Rezon was an adversary to Israel all the days of Solomon, besides the mischief that Hadad did. Rezon abhorred Israel and reigned over Syria.
1 Kings 11:24-26 (in Context) 1 Kings 11 (Whole Chapter)
6. 1 Kings 15:18
Then Asa took all the silver and gold left in the treasuries of the house of the Lord and of the king's house and delivered them into the hands of his servants. And King Asa sent them to Ben-hadad son of Tabrimmon, the son of Hezion, king of Syria, who dwelt at Damascus, saying,
1 Kings 15:17-19 (in Context) 1 Kings 15 (Whole Chapter)
7. 1 Kings 19:15
And the Lord said to him, Go, return on your way to the Wilderness of Damascus; and when you arrive, anoint Hazael to be king over Syria.
1 Kings 19:14-16 (in Context) 1 Kings 19 (Whole Chapter)
8. 1 Kings 20:1
BEN-HADAD KING of Syria gathered all his army together; thirty-two kings were with him, and horses and chariots. And he went up and besieged Samaria, warring against it.
1 Kings 20:1-3 (in Context) 1 Kings 20 (Whole Chapter)
9. 1 Kings 20:20
And each one killed his man; the Syrians fled, and Israel pursued them. Ben-hadad king of Syria escaped on a horse with the horsemen.
1 Kings 20:19-21 (in Context) 1 Kings 20 (Whole Chapter)
10. 1 Kings 20:22
The prophet came to the king of Israel and said to him, Go, fortify yourself and become strong and give attention to what you must do, for at the first of next year the king of Syria will return against you.
1 Kings 20:21-23 (in Context) 1 Kings 20 (Whole Chapter)
11. 1 Kings 20:23
And the servants of the king of Syria said to him, Israel's gods are gods of the hills; therefore they were stronger than we. But let us fight against them in the plain, and surely we shall be stronger than they.
1 Kings 20:22-24 (in Context) 1 Kings 20 (Whole Chapter)
12. 1 Kings 22:1
SYRIA AND Israel continued without war for three years.
1 Kings 22:1-3 (in Context) 1 Kings 22 (Whole Chapter)
13. 1 Kings 22:3
And [Ahab] king of Israel said to his servants, Do you know that Ramoth in Gilead is ours, and we keep silence and do not take it from the king of Syria?
1 Kings 22:2-4 (in Context) 1 Kings 22 (Whole Chapter)
14. 1 Kings 22:31
But the king of Syria had commanded the thirty-two captains of his chariots, Fight neither with small nor great, but only with [Ahab] king of Israel.
1 Kings 22:30-32 (in Context) 1 Kings 22 (Whole Chapter)
15. 2 Kings 5:1
NAAMAN, COMMANDER of the army of the king of Syria, was a great man with his master, accepted [and acceptable], because by him the Lord had given victory to Syria. He was also a mighty man of valor, but he was a leper.
2 Kings 5:1-3 (in Context) 2 Kings 5 (Whole Chapter)
16. 2 Kings 5:5
And the king of Syria said, Go now, and I will send a letter to the king of Israel. And he departed and took with him ten talents of silver, 6,000 shekels of gold, and ten changes of raiment.
2 Kings 5:4-6 (in Context) 2 Kings 5 (Whole Chapter)
17. 2 Kings 6:8
When the king of Syria was warring against Israel, after counseling with his servants, he said, In such and such a place shall be my camp.
2 Kings 6:7-9 (in Context) 2 Kings 6 (Whole Chapter)
18. 2 Kings 6:11
Therefore the mind of the king of Syria was greatly troubled by this thing. He called his servants and said, Will you show me who of us is for the king of Israel?
2 Kings 6:10-12 (in Context) 2 Kings 6 (Whole Chapter)
19. 2 Kings 6:23
So [the king] prepared great provision for them, and when they had eaten and drunk, he sent them away, and they went to their master. And the bands of Syria came no more into the land of Israel.
2 Kings 6:22-24 (in Context) 2 Kings 6 (Whole Chapter)
20. 2 Kings 6:24
Afterward, Ben-hadad king of Syria gathered his whole army and went up and besieged Samaria,
2 Kings 6:23-25 (in Context) 2 Kings 6 (Whole Chapter)
21. 2 Kings 8:7
Elisha came to Damascus, and Ben-hadad king of Syria was sick; and he was told, The man of God has come here.
2 Kings 8:6-8 (in Context) 2 Kings 8 (Whole Chapter)
22. 2 Kings 8:9
So Hazael went to meet Elisha and took a present with him of every good thing of Damascus, forty camel loads, and came and stood before him and said, Your son Ben-hadad king of Syria has sent me to you, asking, Shall I recover from this disease?
2 Kings 8:8-10 (in Context) 2 Kings 8 (Whole Chapter)
23. 2 Kings 8:13
And Hazael said, What is your servant, only a dog, that he should do this monstrous thing? And Elisha answered, The Lord has shown me that you will be king over Syria.
2 Kings 8:12-14 (in Context) 2 Kings 8 (Whole Chapter)
24. 2 Kings 8:28
Ahaziah went with Joram son of Ahab to war against Hazael king of Syria in Ramoth-gilead; and the Syrians wounded Joram.
2 Kings 8:27-29 (in Context) 2 Kings 8 (Whole Chapter)
25. 2 Kings 8:29
King Joram returned to Jezreel to be healed of the wounds which the Syrians had given him at Ramah when he fought against Hazael king of Syria. And Ahaziah son of Jehoram king of Judah went down to see Joram son of Ahab in Jezreel, because he was sick.
2 Kings 8:28-30 (in Context) 2 Kings 8 (Whole Chapter)
26. 2 Kings 9:14
So Jehu son of Jehoshaphat, the son of Nimshi, conspired against Joram [to dethrone and slay him]. Now Joram was holding Ramoth-gilead, he and all Israel, against Hazael king of Syria,
2 Kings 9:13-15 (in Context) 2 Kings 9 (Whole Chapter)
27. 2 Kings 9:15
But King Joram had returned to be healed in Jezreel of the wounds which the Syrians had given him when he fought with Hazael king of Syria. And Jehu said, If this is your mind, let no one make his escape from the city [Ramoth-gilead] to go and tell it in Jezreel [the capital].
2 Kings 9:14-16 (in Context) 2 Kings 9 (Whole Chapter)
28. 2 Kings 10:32
[So] in those days the Lord began to cut off parts of Israel. Hazael [of Syria] defeated them in all the [across the Jordan] territory of Israel
2 Kings 10:31-33 (in Context) 2 Kings 10 (Whole Chapter)
29. 2 Kings 12:17
Then Hazael king of Syria went up, fought against Gath [in Philistia], and took it. And Hazael set his face to go up to Jerusalem.
2 Kings 12:16-18 (in Context) 2 Kings 12 (Whole Chapter)
30. 2 Kings 12:18
And Joash king of Judah took all the hallowed things that Jehoshaphat, Jehoram, and Ahaziah, his [forefathers], kings of Judah, had dedicated and his own hallowed things and all the gold that was found in the treasuries of the house of the Lord and in the king's house, and sent them to Hazael king of Syria; and Hazael went away from Jerusalem.
2 Kings 12:17-19 (in Context) 2 Kings 12 (Whole Chapter)
31. 2 Kings 13:3
The anger of the Lord was kindled against Israel, and He delivered them into the hand of Hazael king of Syria and of Ben-hadad son of Hazael continually.
2 Kings 13:2-4 (in Context) 2 Kings 13 (Whole Chapter)
32. 2 Kings 13:4
But Jehoahaz besought the Lord, and the Lord hearkened to him, for He saw the oppression of Israel, how the king of Syria burdened them.
2 Kings 13:3-5 (in Context) 2 Kings 13 (Whole Chapter)
33. 2 Kings 13:7
[Ben-hadad] of Syria did not leave to Jehoahaz of [Israel] an army of more than fifty horsemen, ten chariots, and 10,000 footmen, for the Syrian king had destroyed them and made them like dust to be trampled.
2 Kings 13:6-8 (in Context) 2 Kings 13 (Whole Chapter)
34. 2 Kings 13:17
And he said, Open the window to the east. And he opened it. Then Elisha said, Shoot. And he shot. And he said, The Lord's arrow of victory, the arrow of victory over Syria. For you shall smite the Syrians in Aphek till you have destroyed them.
2 Kings 13:16-18 (in Context) 2 Kings 13 (Whole Chapter)
35. 2 Kings 13:19
And the man of God was angry with him and said, You should have struck five or six times; then you would have struck down Syria until you had destroyed it. But now you shall strike Syria down only three times.
2 Kings 13:18-20 (in Context) 2 Kings 13 (Whole Chapter)
36. 2 Kings 13:22
Hazael king of Syria oppressed Israel all the days of Jehoahaz.
2 Kings 13:21-23 (in Context) 2 Kings 13 (Whole Chapter)
37. 2 Kings 13:24
Hazael king of Syria died; Ben-hadad his son reigned in his stead.
2 Kings 13:23-25 (in Context) 2 Kings 13 (Whole Chapter)
38. 2 Kings 15:37
In those days the Lord began sending Rezin king of Syria and Pekah son of Remaliah against Judah.
2 Kings 15:36-38 (in Context) 2 Kings 15 (Whole Chapter)
39. 2 Kings 16:5
Then Rezin king of Syria and Pekah son of Remaliah king of Israel came up to Jerusalem to wage war; they besieged Ahaz, but could not conquer him.
2 Kings 16:4-6 (in Context) 2 Kings 16 (Whole Chapter)
40. 2 Kings 16:6
At that time, Rezin king of Syria got back Elath [in Edom] for Syria and drove the Jews from [it]. The Syrians came to Elath and dwell there to this day.
2 Kings 16:5-7 (in Context) 2 Kings 16 (Whole Chapter)
41. 2 Kings 16:7
So Ahaz sent messengers to Tiglath-pileser king of Assyria, saying, I am your servant and son. Come up and save me out of the hands of the kings of Syria and of Israel, who are attacking me.
2 Kings 16:6-8 (in Context) 2 Kings 16 (Whole Chapter)
42. 2 Kings 18:34
Where are the gods of Hamath and Arpad [in Syria]? Where are the gods of Sepharvaim, Hena, and Ivvah [in the Euphrates Valley]? Have they delivered Samaria [Israel's capital] out of my hand?
2 Kings 18:33-35 (in Context) 2 Kings 18 (Whole Chapter)
43. 2 Kings 19:13
Where are the kings of Hamath, of Arpad [of northern Syria], of the city of Sepharvaim, of Hena, and Ivvah?
2 Kings 19:12-14 (in Context) 2 Kings 19 (Whole Chapter)
44. 1 Chronicles 18:6
Then David put garrisons in Syria, [whose capital was] Damascus; the Syrians became David's servants and brought tribute. Thus the Lord preserved and gave victory to David wherever he went.
1 Chronicles 18:5-7 (in Context) 1 Chronicles 18 (Whole Chapter)
45. 2 Chronicles 16:2
Then Asa brought silver and gold out of the treasuries of the house of the Lord and of the king's house and sent them to Ben-hadad king of Syria, who dwelt at Damascus, saying,
2 Chronicles 16:1-3 (in Context) 2 Chronicles 16 (Whole Chapter)
46. 2 Chronicles 16:7
At that time Hanani the seer came to Asa king of Judah and said to him, Because you relied on the king of Syria and not on the Lord your God, the army of the king of Syria has escaped you.
2 Chronicles 16:6-8 (in Context) 2 Chronicles 16 (Whole Chapter)
47. 2 Chronicles 22:5
He followed their counsel and even went with Joram son of Ahab king of Israel to war against Hazael king of Syria at Ramoth-gilead. And the Syrians wounded Joram;
2 Chronicles 22:4-6 (in Context) 2 Chronicles 22 (Whole Chapter)
48. 2 Chronicles 22:6
And he returned to be healed in Jezreel of the wounds given him at Ramah when he fought against Hazael king of Syria. Azariah son of Jehoram king of Judah went down to see Joram son of Ahab in Jezreel because he was sick.
2 Chronicles 22:5-7 (in Context) 2 Chronicles 22 (Whole Chapter)
49. 2 Chronicles 24:23
At the end of the year, the army of Syria came up against Joash. They came to Judah and Jerusalem and destroyed all the princes from among the people and sent all their spoil to the king of Damascus.
2 Chronicles 24:22-24 (in Context) 2 Chronicles 24 (Whole Chapter)
50. 2 Chronicles 28:5
Therefore the Lord his God gave Ahaz into the power of the king of Syria, who defeated him and carried away a great multitude of the Jews as captives, taking them to Damascus. And he was also delivered into the hands of the king of Israel, who smote Judah with a great slaughter.
2 Chronicles 28:4-6 (in Context) 2 Chronicles 28 (Whole Chapter)
51. 2 Chronicles 28:23
For he sacrificed to the gods of Damascus, which had defeated him, for he said, Since the gods of the kings of Syria helped them, I will sacrifice to them that they may help me. But they were the ruin of him and of all Israel.
2 Chronicles 28:22-24 (in Context) 2 Chronicles 28 (Whole Chapter)
52. Isaiah 7:1
IN THE days of Ahaz son of Jotham, the son of Uzziah, king of Judah, Rezin the king of Syria and Pekah son of Remaliah king of Israel went up to Jerusalem to wage war against it, but they could not conquer it.
Isaiah 7:1-3 (in Context) Isaiah 7 (Whole Chapter)
53. Isaiah 7:2
And the house of David [Judah] was told, Syria is allied with Ephraim [Israel]. And the heart [of Ahaz] and the hearts of his people trembled and shook, as the trees of the forest tremble and shake with the wind.
Isaiah 7:1-3 (in Context) Isaiah 7 (Whole Chapter)
54. Isaiah 7:4
And say to him, Take heed and be quiet; fear not, neither be fainthearted because of these two stumps of smoking firebrands--at the fierce anger of [the Syrian King] Rezin and Syria and of the son of Remaliah [Pekah, usurper of the throne of Israel].
Isaiah 7:3-5 (in Context) Isaiah 7 (Whole Chapter)
55. Isaiah 7:5
Because Syria, Ephraim [Israel], and the son of Remaliah have purposed evil against you [Judah], saying,
Isaiah 7:4-6 (in Context) Isaiah 7 (Whole Chapter)
56. Isaiah 7:8
For the head [the capital] of Syria is Damascus, and the head of Damascus is [King] Rezin. Within sixty-five years Ephraim will be broken to pieces so that it will no longer be a people.
Isaiah 7:7-9 (in Context) Isaiah 7 (Whole Chapter)
57. Isaiah 7:16
For before the child shall know [enough] to refuse the evil and choose the good, the land [Canaan] whose two kings you abhor and of whom you are in sickening dread shall be forsaken [both Ephraim and Syria].
Isaiah 7:15-17 (in Context) Isaiah 7 (Whole Chapter)
58. Isaiah 8:1
THEN THE Lord said to me, Take a large tablet [of wood, metal, or stone] and write upon it with a graving tool and in ordinary characters [which the humblest man can read]: Belonging to Maher-shalal-hash-baz [they (the Assyrians) hasten to the spoil (of Syria and Israel), they speed to the prey].
Isaiah 8:1-3 (in Context) Isaiah 8 (Whole Chapter)
59. Isaiah 8:6
Because this people [Israel and Judah] have refused and despised the waters of Shiloah [Siloam, the only perennial fountain of Jerusalem, and symbolic of God's protection and sustaining power] that go gently, and rejoice in and with Rezin [the king of Syria] and Remaliah's son [Pekah the king of Israel],
Isaiah 8:5-7 (in Context) Isaiah 8 (Whole Chapter)
60. Isaiah 9:11
Therefore the Lord has stirred up the adversaries [the Assyrians] of Rezin [king of Syria] against [Ephraim], and He will stir up their enemies and arm and join them together,
Isaiah 9:10-12 (in Context) Isaiah 9 (Whole Chapter)
61. Isaiah 10:9
Is not Calno [of Babylonia conquered] like Carchemish [on the Euphrates]? Is not Hamath [in Upper Syria] like Arpad [her neighbor]? Is not Samaria [in Israel] like Damascus [in Syria]? [Have any of these cities been able to resist Assyria? Not one!]
Isaiah 10:8-10 (in Context) Isaiah 10 (Whole Chapter)
62. Isaiah 11:11
And in that day the Lord shall again lift up His hand a second time to recover (acquire and deliver) the remnant of His people which is left, from Assyria, from Lower Egypt, from Pathros, from Ethiopia, from Elam [in Persia], from Shinar [Babylonia], from Hamath [in Upper Syria], and from the countries bordering on the [Mediterranean] Sea.
Isaiah 11:10-12 (in Context) Isaiah 11 (Whole Chapter)
63. Isaiah 17:1
THE MOURNFUL, inspired prediction (a burden to be lifted up) concerning Damascus [capital of Syria, and Israel's bulwark against Assyria]. Behold, Damascus will cease to be a city and will become a heap of ruins.
Isaiah 17:1-3 (in Context) Isaiah 17 (Whole Chapter)
64. Isaiah 17:3
His bulwark [Syria] and the fortress shall disappear from Ephraim, and the kingdom from Damascus; and the remnant of Syria will be like the [departed] glory of the children of Israel [her ally], says the Lord of hosts.
Isaiah 17:2-4 (in Context) Isaiah 17 (Whole Chapter)
65. Isaiah 36:19
Where are the gods of Hamath and Arpad [in Syria]? Where are the gods of Sepharvaim [a place from which the Assyrians brought colonists to inhabit evacuated Samaria]? And have [the gods] delivered Samaria [capital of the ten northern tribes of Israel] out of my hand?
Isaiah 36:18-20 (in Context) Isaiah 36 (Whole Chapter)
66. Isaiah 37:13
Where is the king of Hamath, and the king of Arpad [of northern Syria], and the king of the city of Sepharvaim, the king of Hena, or the king of Ivvah?
Isaiah 37:12-14 (in Context) Isaiah 37 (Whole Chapter)
67. Jeremiah 49:23
Concerning and against Damascus [in Syria]: Hamath and Arpad are confounded and put to shame, for they have heard bad news; they are fainthearted and wasting away; there is trouble and anxiety [like] on a [storm-tossed] sea which cannot rest.
Jeremiah 49:22-24 (in Context) Jeremiah 49 (Whole Chapter)
68. Jeremiah 49:27
And I will kindle a fire in the wall of Damascus, and it will consume the palaces of Ben-hadad [title of several kings of Syria].
Jeremiah 49:26-28 (in Context) Jeremiah 49 (Whole Chapter)
69. Ezekiel 16:57
Before your own wickedness was uncovered? Now you have become like her, an object of reproach and a byword for the daughters of Syria and of Edom and for all who are round about them and for the daughters of the Philistines--those round about who despise you.
Ezekiel 16:56-58 (in Context) Ezekiel 16 (Whole Chapter)
70. Ezekiel 27:16
Aram (Syria or Mesopotamia) and Edom traded with you because of the multitude of the wares of your making. They exchanged for your merchandise emeralds, purple, embroidered work, fine linen, coral, and agate or rubies.
Ezekiel 27:15-17 (in Context) Ezekiel 27 (Whole Chapter)
71. Ezekiel 27:18
Damascus traded with you because of the abundance of supplies of your handiworks and the immense wealth of every kind, with wine of Helbon [Aleppo] and white wool [of Sachar in Syria].
Ezekiel 27:17-19 (in Context) Ezekiel 27 (Whole Chapter)
72. Ezekiel 39:11
And in that day, I will give to Gog a place for burial there in Israel, the valley of those who pass through on the east side in front of the [Dead] Sea [the highway between Syria, Petra, and Egypt], and it will delay and stop those who pass through. And there shall they bury Gog and all his multitude, and they shall call it the Valley of Hamon-gog [multitude of Gog].
Ezekiel 39:10-12 (in Context) Ezekiel 39 (Whole Chapter)
73. Daniel 11:6
At the end of some years they [the king of the North, Syria, and the king of the South, Egypt] shall make an alliance; the daughter of the king of the South shall come to the king of the North to make [a just and peaceful marriage] agreement; but she shall not retain the power of her might, neither shall he and his might endure. She shall be handed over with her attendants, her child, and him who strengthened her in those times.
Daniel 11:5-7 (in Context) Daniel 11 (Whole Chapter)
74. Daniel 11:9
And he [the king of Syria] shall come into the kingdom of the king of the South but shall return to his own land.
Daniel 11:8-10 (in Context) Daniel 11 (Whole Chapter)
75. Daniel 11:11
And the king of the South (Egypt) shall be moved with anger and shall come forth and fight with the king of the North (Syria); and he [the Syrian king] shall set forth a great multitude, but the multitude shall be given into his [the Egyptian king's] hand.
Daniel 11:10-12 (in Context) Daniel 11 (Whole Chapter)
76. Daniel 11:16
But he [Antiochus the Great] who comes against him [from Syria] shall do according to his own will, and none shall stand before him; he shall stand in the glorious land [of Israel], and in his hand shall be destruction and all the land shall be in his power.
Daniel 11:15-17 (in Context) Daniel 11 (Whole Chapter)
77. Daniel 11:19
Then he shall turn his face back toward the fortresses of his own land [of Syria], but he shall stumble and fall and not be found.
Daniel 11:18-20 (in Context) Daniel 11 (Whole Chapter)
78. Daniel 11:21
And in his place or office [in Syria] shall arise a contemptuous and contemptible person, to whom royal majesty and honor of the kingdom have not been given. But he shall come in without warning in time of security and shall obtain the kingdom by flatteries, intrigues, and cunning hypocritical conduct.
Daniel 11:20-22 (in Context) Daniel 11 (Whole Chapter)
79. Daniel 11:28
Then shall [the vile conqueror from the North] return into his land with much booty; and his heart and purpose shall be set against [God's] holy covenant [with His people], and he shall accomplish [his malicious intention] and return to his own land [Syria].
Daniel 11:27-29 (in Context) Daniel 11 (Whole Chapter)
80. Amos 1:3
Thus says the Lord: For three transgressions of Damascus [the capital of Syria] and for four [for multiplied delinquencies], I will not reverse the punishment of it or revoke My word concerning it, because they have threshed Gilead [east of the Jordan River] with iron sledges.
Amos 1:2-4 (in Context) Amos 1 (Whole Chapter)
81. Amos 1:5
I will break also the bar [of the gate] of Damascus and cut off the inhabitant from the plain of Aven or On, and him who holds the scepter from Beth-eden; and the people of Syria [conquered by the Assyrians] shall go into exile to Kir, says the Lord.
Amos 1:4-6 (in Context) Amos 1 (Whole Chapter)
82. Zechariah 9:1
THE BURDEN or oracle (the thing to be lifted up) of the word of the Lord is against the land of Hadrach [in Syria], and Damascus shall be its resting place, for the Lord has an eye upon mankind as upon all the tribes of Israel,
Zechariah 9:1-3 (in Context) Zechariah 9 (Whole Chapter)
83. Matthew 4:24
So the report of Him spread throughout all Syria, and they brought Him all who were sick, those afflicted with various diseases and torments, those under the power of demons, and epileptics, and paralyzed people, and He healed them.
Matthew 4:23-25 (in Context) Matthew 4 (Whole Chapter)
84. Luke 2:2
This was the first enrollment, and it was made when Quirinius was governor of Syria.
Luke 2:1-3 (in Context) Luke 2 (Whole Chapter)
85. Acts 15:23
With [them they sent] the following letter: The brethren, both the apostles and the elders, to the brethren who are of the Gentiles in Antioch and Syria and Cilicia, greetings:
Acts 15:22-24 (in Context) Acts 15 (Whole Chapter)
86. Acts 15:41
And he passed through Syria and Cilicia, establishing and strengthening the churches.
Acts 15:40-42 (in Context) Acts 15 (Whole Chapter)
87. Acts 18:18
Afterward Paul remained many days longer, and then told the brethren farewell and sailed for Syria; and he was accompanied by Priscilla and Aquila. At Cenchreae he [ Paul] cut his hair, for he had made a vow.
Acts 18:17-19 (in Context) Acts 18 (Whole Chapter)
88. Acts 20:3
Having spent three months there, when a plot was formed against him by the Jews as he was about to set sail for Syria, he resolved to go back through Macedonia.
Acts 20:2-4 (in Context) Acts 20 (Whole Chapter)
89. Acts 21:3
After we had sighted Cyprus, leaving it on our left we sailed on to Syria and put in at Tyre, for there the ship was to unload her cargo.
Acts 21:2-4 (in Context) Acts 21 (Whole Chapter)
90. Galatians 1:21
Then I went into the districts (countries, regions) of Syria and Cilicia.
Galatians 1:20-22 (in Context) Galatians 1 (Whole Chapter)
Syria in the Scriptures
Dr. Adel Beshara