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Acts 28:16 DBY

16 And when we came to Rome, [the centurion delivered up the prisoners to the praetorian prefect, but] Paul was allowed to remain by himself with the soldier who kept him.

References for Acts 28:16

    • i 28:16 - The commanding officer of the Emperor's bodyguard

      Study tools for Acts 28:16

      • a 28:1 - Malta.
      • b 28:2 - * A name applied to all nations not of Greek or Roman descent and speaking a foreign language.
      • c 28:4 - 'Save out of and through' a danger: see 1Pet. 3.20.
      • d 28:4 - Lit. 'justice.'
      • e 28:5 - Or 'much rather:' 'however' is weak, but is I believe the best word.
      • f 28:7 - 'The chief man' was an official title: Protos Melitaion. As an individual he was not, for his father was alive.
      • g 28:15 - Market of Appius.
      • h 28:15 - Three Taverns.
      • i 28:16 - The commanding officer of the Emperor's bodyguard
      • j 28:17 - Lit 'Men brethren,' as ch. 1.16.
      • k 28:22 - Or 'we should think well.'
      • l 28:24 - 'Assented to them as true.' It is used of giving credit to a person so as to follow him: as in ch. 5.36, 'obeyed.'
      • m 28:28 - Rather 'that which saves' than salvation itself: see Luke 2.30; 3.6; Eph. 6.17.
      • n 28:30 - As Luke 8.40.
      • o 28:31 - As 'boldness,' ch. 4.13,29,31.