Acts 15:25

Acts 15:25

It seemed good unto us, being assembled with one accord,
&c.] Or together; in one place, as the Vulgate Latin and Arabic versions render it; see ( Acts 2:1 ) though certain it is, that as they were in one place, so they were in one mind; and their unanimity was proper to be mentioned, in order to engage a regard to their advice:

to send men chosen unto you;
men chosen for this purpose; namely, Judas and Silas:

with our beloved Barnabas and Paul;
who are commended thus, partly to express their affection to them; and partly to observe the wisdom of the church at Antioch, in sending two such agreeable persons; and chiefly to testify their approbation of the doctrine and conduct of these two men.

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