When we finally left them, we sailed straight to the island of Cos. The next day we sailed to the island of Rhodes and from there to the city of Patara.
In Patara, we found a ship that was going to Phoenicia, so we went aboard and sailed away.
We could see the island of Cyprus as we passed it on our left and sailed to Syria. We landed at the city of Tyre, where the ship was to unload its cargo.
In Tyre we searched for the disciples. After we found them, we stayed there for seven days. The Spirit had the disciples tell Paul not to go to Jerusalem.
When our time was up, we started on our way. All of them with their wives and children accompanied us out of the city. We knelt on the beach, prayed,
and said goodbye to each other. Then we went aboard the ship, and the disciples went back home.
Our sea travel ended when we sailed from Tyre to the city of Ptolemais. We greeted the believers in Ptolemais and spent the day with them.
The next day we went to Philip's home in Caesarea and stayed with him. He was a missionary and one of the seven men who helped the apostles.
Philip had four unmarried daughters who had the ability to speak what God had revealed.
After we had been there for a number of days, a prophet named Agabus arrived from Judea.