Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
|Overview - Acts 21|
| 1 ||Paul calls at the house of Philip, whose daughters prophesy. |
|10 ||Agabus, foretelling what should befall him at Jerusalem, he will not be dissuaded from going thither. |
|17 ||He comes to Jerusalem; |
|27 ||where he is apprehended, and in great danger, but by the chief captain is rescued; |
|37 ||and requests, and is permitted to speak to the people. |
Acts 21:1 (King James Version)
And it came to pass, that after we were gotten from them, and had launched, we came with a straight course unto Coos, and the day following unto Rhodes, and from thence unto Patara:
- we were
- Acts 20:37 Acts 20:38 1 Samuel 20:41 1 Samuel 20:42 ; 1 Thessalonians 2:17
- and had
- Acts 27:2 Acts 27:4 Luke 5:4 ; 8:22
- Coos, Cos, or Co, now Zia, is an island in the Aegean sea, one of those called Cyclades, near the south-west point of Asia Minor, and about fifteen miles from Halicarnassus.
- Rhodes. Rhodes is a celebrated island in the same sea, southward of Caria, from which it is distant about twenty miles, next to Cyprus and Lesbos in extent, being 120 miles in circumference. It was remarkable for the clearness of the air, and its pleasant and healthy climate, and chiefly for its Colossus of brass, seventy cubits high, with each finger as large as an ordinary man, standing astride over the mouth of the harbour, so that ships in full sail passed between its legs.