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Paul’s traveling companions: Sopater, Aristarchus, Secundus, Gaius, Timothy, Tychicus, Trophimus, and Luke
Before anyone realized what was happening, he toppled over backward and crashed to the ground far below. Paul ran downstairs, briefly stretched himself over the young man, and announced simply, “He’s alive!”
Paul’s ship stopped in Miletus, the elders of the church in Ephesus came to meet him. But Paul had a sense of foreboding about his impending trip to Jerusalem. His instructions to the elders have the ring of a last will and testament. Every face in the picture would no doubt reflect the pain and grief of this parting.
Christians from Tyre accompanied Paul to his ship after his seven-day stay with them. Through the Spirit they knew that trouble lay ahead for Paul, so this was no “see you soon” good-bye, either.
Agabus scrunched up, with both hands and feet tied up with a long belt.
“Arrived in Jerusalem just before Pentecost. We turned over the offering and were warmly welcomed. It was especially good to see James.”
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