We accept it always, and in all places
The sense is, that the Jews observed with pleasure the provident care the governor took of their nation, and at all times spoke well of him; and wherever they came commended his conduct, and owned the favours they received from him, and the blessings they enjoyed under his government: and then giving him his title of honour,
most noble Felix;
Tertullus adds, that this the Jews did
with all thankfulness;
as sensible of the obligations they were under to him; but this was all a farce, mere artifice, and wretched flattery.