1 But after the tumult had ceased, Paul having called the disciples to [him] and embraced [them], went away to go to Macedonia.
2 And having passed through those parts, and having exhorted them with much discourse, he came to Greece.

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    • a 20:2 - As ch. 16.40: 'comforted,' ver. 12.
      3 And having spent three months [there], a treacherous plot against him having been set on foot by the Jews, as he was going to sail to Syria, [the] resolution was adopted of returning through Macedonia.
      4 And there accompanied him as far as Asia, Sopater [son] of Pyrrhus, a Berean; and of Thessalonians, Aristarchus and Secundus, and Gaius and Timotheus of Derbe, and of Asia, Tychicus and Trophimus.

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        • b 20:4 - Or 'Gaius of Derbe and Timotheus.'
          5 These going before waited for us in Troas;
          6 but we sailed away from Philippi after the days of unleavened bread, and we came to them to Troas in five days, where we spent seven days.
          7 And the first day of the week, we being assembled to break bread, Paul discoursed to them, about to depart on the morrow. And he prolonged the discourse till midnight.
          8 And there were many lights in the upper room where we were assembled.
          9 And a certain youth, by name Eutychus, sitting at the window-opening, overpowered by deep sleep, while Paul discoursed very much at length, having been overpowered by the sleep, fell from the third story down to the bottom, and was taken up dead.

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            • c 20:9 - In the act of being so.
            • d 20:9 - 'Having been already overpowered.'
              10 But Paul descending fell upon him, and enfolding [him] [in his arms], said, Be not troubled, for his life is in him.

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                  11 And having gone up, and having broken the bread, and eaten, and having long spoken until daybreak, so he went away.

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                    • f 20:11 - Or 'conversed:' as ch. 24.26, 'communed:' Luke 24.14,15; not as 'discoursed,' ver. 9.
                      12 And they brought [away] the boy alive, and were no little comforted.
                      13 And we, having gone before on board ship, sailed off to Assos, going to take in Paul there; for so he had directed, he himself being about to go on foot.
                      14 And when he met with us at Assos, having taken him on board, we came to Mitylene;
                      15 and having sailed thence, on the morrow arrived opposite Chios, and the next day put in at Samos; and having stayed at Trogyllium, the next day we came to Miletus:
                      16 for Paul thought it desirable to sail by Ephesus, so that he might not be made to spend time in Asia; for he hastened, if it was possible for him, to be the day of Pentecost at Jerusalem.
                      17 But from Miletus having sent to Ephesus, he called over [to him] the elders of the assembly.
                      18 And when they were come to him, he said to them, *Ye* know how I was with you all the time from the first day that I arrived in Asia,
                      19 serving the Lord with all lowliness, and tears, and temptations, which happened to me through the plots of the Jews;
                      20 how I held back nothing of what is profitable, so as not to announce [it] to you, and to teach you publicly and in every house,
                      21 testifying to both Jews and Greeks repentance towards God, and faith towards our Lord Jesus Christ.
                      22 And now, behold, bound in my spirit *I* go to Jerusalem, not knowing what things shall happen to me in it;
                      23 only that the Holy Spirit testifies to me in every city, saying that bonds and tribulations await me.
                      24 But I make no account of [my] life [as] dear to myself, so that I finish my course, and the ministry which I have received of the Lord Jesus, to testify the glad tidings of the grace of God.
                      25 And now, behold, I know that ye all, among whom I have gone about preaching the kingdom [of God], shall see my face no more.
                      26 Wherefore I witness to you this day, that I am clean from the blood of all,
                      27 for I have not shrunk from announcing to you all the counsel of God.
                      28 Take heed therefore to yourselves, and to all the flock, wherein the Holy Spirit has set you as overseers, to shepherd the assembly of God, which he has purchased with the blood of his own.

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                        • g 20:28 - Middle voice; reflexive: see Note e, Heb. 1.3.
                        • h 20:28 - I am fully satisfied that this is the right translation of ver. 28. To make it a question of the divinity of Christ (which I hold to be of the foundation of Christianity) is absurd. It has been questioned whether 'of his own' can be used thus absolutely in the singular. But we have it in John 15.19, and in the neuter singular for material things, Acts 4.32. The torturing of the passage by copyists arose, I believe, from not seeing, the real sense of it; a touching expression of the love of God.
                          29 [For] *I* know [this,] that there will come in amongst you after my departure grievous wolves, not sparing the flock;
                          30 and from among your own selves shall rise up men speaking perverted things to draw away the disciples after them.
                          31 Wherefore watch, remembering that for three years, night and day, I ceased not admonishing each one [of you] with tears.
                          32 And now I commit you to God, and to the word of his grace, which is able to build [you] up and give [to you] an inheritance among all the sanctified.
                          33 I have coveted [the] silver or gold or clothing of no one.
                          34 Yourselves know that these hands have ministered to my wants, and to those who were with me.
                          35 I have shewed you all things, that thus labouring [we] ought to come in aid of the weak, and to remember the words of the Lord Jesus, that he himself said, It is more blessed to give than to receive.

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                            • i 20:35 - Specially, 'to show by example.'
                              36 And having said these things, he knelt down and prayed with them all.
                              37 And they all wept sore; and falling upon the neck of Paul they ardently kissed him,

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                                • j 20:37 - 'Covered with kisses,' as Luke 15.20.
                                  38 specially pained by the word which he had said, that they would no more see his face. And they went down with him to the ship.