Will turn (apobhsetai). Future middle indicative of apobainw, old verb, to come from, to come back, to turn out. To my salvation (ei swthrian). For his release from prison as he strongly hopes to see them again ( Acts 1:26 ). Lightfoot takes the word to be Paul's eternal salvation and it must be confessed that verse Acts 20 (the close of this sentence) does suit that idea best. Can it be that Paul carried both conceptions in the word here? Supply (epicorhgia). Late and rare word (one example in inscription of first century A.D.). In N.T. only here and Ephesians 4:16 . From the late verb epicorhgew (double compound, epi, coro, hgeomai, to furnish supply for the chorus) which see in 2 Corinthians 9:10 ; Galatians 3:5 .