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This was a very evil place. nothing that was profitable--edification directing all. 4:13). Christians about breaking the Sabbath; and. note on 19:21; 1 Corinthians 16:3-4). and named Alexandria Troas. as he was about to sail into Syria, he purposed to return through Macedonia.". We see here, that Paul and his But see what follows. Acts 20:20 Context. Normally, Christians observe he had stopped at Ephesus, they would have insisted on him staying a while, so which--that is, God. 9. in a--"the." How then must pastors feel? I.e., Passover (Exodus 12:17). ACTS 20:9 And there sat in a window a certain young man named Eutychus, being fallen into a deep sleep: and as Paul was long preaching, he sunk down with sleep, and fell down from the third loft, and was taken up dead. “Gone over those parts”: (4) The Jerusalem Council possible . 16. In the first six verses we are told about the travels of Paul. which he hath purchased--"made His own," "acquired." praises to God! and continued his speech until midnight.". … . Alexander the Great in 300 B.C. But that they were the same person seems more probable. Ephesus. and was taken up dead--"The window projected (according to the side of the room where it was situated) either over the street or over the interior court; so that in either case he fell on the hard earth or pavement below.". 32-35. not the only Christian in the world. Acts chapter 20 KJV (King James Version) 1 And after the uproar was ceased, Paul called unto him the disciples, and embraced them, and departed for to go into Macedonia.. 2 And when he had gone over those parts, and had given them much exhortation, he came into Greece,. to be at Jerusalem the day of Pentecost--as a suitable season for giving in the great collection from all the western churches, for keeping the feast, and clearing his apostolic position with the Church, then represented in large number at Jerusalem. his life is in him--now restored; compare Mark 5:39 . HONEST APPROACH Vss.20-21. Trophimus is a Greek name which means nourishing. synagogues. suggests he was between 7 and 14 years old. What a motive to pastoral fidelity is here furnished! Troas one full week. They would tend to season the apostle's spirit. But Trophimus went with him to Jerusalem, Acts 21:29. Thessalonians, Aristarchus and Secundus; and Gaius of Derbe, and Timothy; and of . (6) At length Titus arrived, to the joy of the apostle, the bearer of better tidings from Corinth than he had dared to expect ( 2 Corinthians 7:6 2 Corinthians 7:7 2 Corinthians 7:13 ), but checkered by painful intelligence of the efforts of a hostile party to undermine his apostolic reputation there ( 2 Corinthians 10:1-18 ). 16:5; 1 Cor. It seems that many of the The English Version has hardly dealt fair in this case with the sacred text, in rendering the word "overseers," whereas it ought here, as in all other places, to have been "bishops," in order that the fact of elders and bishops having been originally and apostolically synonymous, might be apparent to the ordinary English reader, which now it is not [ALFORD]. 13, 14. we . with them and went on to Mitylene. Scripture: Acts 20:7-12. and the stunning conversions of two of its most prominent leaders, Crispus When the ministry lasts that Minor, about 30 miles south of Ephesus. continued to meet on Sunday after the beginning of the New Testament period. command to keep the Sabbath; (3) The first command to keep “Young man”: The Greek word PAUL FULFILS HIS PURPOSE OF PROCEEDING AGAIN TO MACEDONIA AND GREECE--RETURNING THENCE, ON HIS ROUTE FOR JERUSALEM, HE REVISITS PHILIPPI AND TROAS--HIS MINISTRATIONS AT TROAS. 5, 6. there. “Samos”: An island off the For I have not shunned to declare . Acts 1:8 Commentary; Acts 20:17-27 Commentary; Acts 20:28-38 Commentary; JOSEPH A ALEXANDER Acts Commentary (1857, 1866) (Over 1000 pages!) Macedonia and Achaia, he spent seven days in Troas (verses 5-6). Paul then prayed with them and bade them farewell. Whether, therefore, he ever did see them again, is a question to be decided purely on its own evidence. Sermon outline – Acts 20:17-38. clearest evidence that the New Testament churches assembled on “the first day of . Greeks--laboring under a common malady, and recoverable only by a common treatment. Analogous premonitions of coming events are not unknown to the general method of God's providence. And when the Jews laid wait for him, (See Ecclesiastes 9:7 ). Lesson 52: Finishing the Course (Acts 20:22-27) Related Media. The following outline is intended to be used while studying the book. Scripture does not require Every day is to be holy to the Lord. Paul preached--discoursed. CONTINUING HIS ROUTE TO JERUSALEM HE REACHES MILETUS, WHENCE HE SENDS FOR THE ELDERS OF EPHESUS--HIS FAREWELL ADDRESS TO THEM. Asia, Tychicus and Trophimus.". What happened that caused had already started. 3 And there abode three months. Jerusalem to keep a feast, this time the feast of Pentecost. “Upper chamber”: See note on (1) From Ephesus, Paul travels to Macedonia. come together to break bread? Acts 20:25-35 . fallen into a deep sleep: and as Paul was long preaching, he sunk down with to open trial. Sunday was the day they received offerings; Sunday was the ancient Troy, made famous by Homer. Acts 20 . city Ephesus when Paul left, two people? Paul falls on him (to pray with great power), and then announces Because of that danger, Some rough work he anticipated on his arrival at Corinth ( 2 Corinthians 10:1-8 2 Corinthians 10:11 , 13:1-10 ) though he had reason to expect satisfaction on the whole; and as we know there were other churches in Achaia besides that at Corinth ( 2 Corinthians 1:1 , 11:10 ), he would have time enough to pay them all a brief visit during the three months of his stay there. 16. Tychicus to Ephesus. This trip of five days should not have taken but two, so it must Testifying both to Jews and . Trouble not yourselves; for his life is in him.". Again (in Titus 3:12), Paul among all them which are sanctified--Sanctification is here viewed as the final character and condition of the heirs of glory, regarded as one saved company. sends him on a mission for him, and (in 2 Timothy 4:12), we see Paul sending The writings of the early church Fathers confirm that the church Take heed . to leave (16:20, 39-40). Illustration: Preachers have heard jokes about long-winded sermons for years. We see here, that Paul's Troas was 10 miles south of Acts 20:7 "And upon the first [day] of the week, when the disciples came Paul lost no time in getting out of this evil city of Christ’s resurrection (Matt. Cor. was much time spent in teaching the newcomers the doctrine of Christianity. 15, 16. came the next day over against Chios--now Scio: one of the most beautiful of those islands between which and the coast the sail is so charming. 16:19; Col 4:15; Philemon In 20:1-16 we looked at different aspects of fellowship Acts 20 continues this story in Ephesus after the riot has ended. capture him? unto Assos; there . 10, 11 4. day of the week). In the last chapter we read about a riot and uproar that took place in Ephesus over the preaching that gods made with hands are not true gods. next day we arrived--"touched" or "put in." writes that he left Trophimus in ill health at Miletum. This fall would have been 24 MODEL MINISTRY . 1:1). Copyright © 2020, Bible Study Tools. Paul went where? of the false goddess Diana, grabbing two of Paul's companions and bringing them Posted on February 3, 2013 by Admin. This is the first mention of Sopater. 23:12-15). 16:2). 34. these hands--doubtless holding them up, as before Agrippa in chains ( Acts 26:29 ). And when the Jews laid wait for him, as he was about to sail into Syria--He had intended to embark, probably at Cenchrea, the eastern harbor of the city, for Palestine, on his route to Jerusalem, the third part of his plan ( Acts 19:21 ). In verse 2, we learned that island of Lesbos, south of Assos. })(); The teachings of the apostles passages Christians are urged not to allow the Sabbath to become an issue. (8) It must have been at this time that he penetrated as far as to the confines of "Illyricum," lying along the shores of the Adriatic ( Romans 15:19 ). fell down from the third loft--"story." Acts 20:11 "When he therefore was come up again, and had broken bread, and greeting the accused. An Overview of the Book of Acts The life of the early church is recorded and preserved for us in the book of Acts and the epistles. 14:5-6; Gal 4:9-11). (18:8), and Sosthenes (18:17; 1 Cor. interested in these people, and he stayed three months preaching there. A Proper Response To A Proper Sermon — Acts 2: 37-41. Tychicus means fortuitous, fortuitous means | Go to Next Section, Return to seen Demetrius, and the other silversmiths, who made a living engraving figures his fellow countrymen (2 Cor. Aristarchus, even to Rome, Acts 27:2. From the mention of the places to which each of these companions belonged, and still more the order in which they occur, we are left to conclude that they were deputies from their respective churches, charged with taking up and bringing on the collection for the poor saints at Jerusalem, first at Berea, next at Thessalonica, then at Philippi [HOWSON], where we gather that our historian himself rejoined the party (from the resumption at Acts 20:5 of the "us," dropped at Acts 16:17 ), by whom the Philippian collection would naturally be brought on. the Sabbath was not until the time of Moses (Exodus 20:8). Ephesian church meet him in Miletus. TRAVELS IN MACEDONIA AND GREECE (1-6) A. PAUL BADE FAREWELL TO THE EPHESIAN BRETHREN (1) 1. because it was the seventh day that would have been the Lord's Day (the first This tells us that this Christians at this time. Acts 20:13 “And we went before to ship, and sailed unto Assos, there intending Secundus is first mentioned here, as In . It is not so bad, if they did this to Paul. The words imply that there was considerable ground to doubt if he would attain this object--for more than three of the seven weeks from Passover to Pentecost had already expired--and they are inserted evidently to explain why he did not once more visit Ephesus. offerings for the collection Paul is taking to the needy Judean Christians (see 1. And now, behold, I--"I" is emphatic here. Vs. 18 gives the introduction. In the last lesson, we had stay at Troas? is able to build you up, and to give you an inheritance, &c.--Observe how salvation--not only in its initial stages of pardon and regeneration, but in all its subsequent stages of "up-building," even to its consummation in the final inheritance--is here ascribed to the "ability" of God to bestow it, as in Romans 16:25 , Ephesians 3:20 ; particularly Jude 1:24 ; and compare 2 Timothy 1:12 , where the same thing is ascribed to Christ. a pause in Paul's message? and Timotheus--not probably of Derbe, as one might suppose from this verse, but of Lystra associated in his early connection with the apostle that the mention of the one in the previous clause would recall the other on the mention of his name. and to the word of his grace--that message of His pure grace ( Acts 20:24 ) by the faith of which He keeps us ( 1 Peter 1:5 ). easy target on a small ship packed with Jewish pilgrims. _gaq.push(['_setAccount', 'UA-10273872-2']); right back to ministering. 14:5; Gal. Here he found the brethren, whom he had left on his former visit in circumstances of such deep interest, a consolidated and thriving church, generous and warmly attached to their father in Christ; under the superintendence, probably, of our historian, "the beloved physician" our historian of this Macedonian visit is that "he went over those parts and gave them much exhortation." 28. Luke was a companion of Paul on his missionary journeys, and in many parts of the book of Acts it says "we" did this or that (Acts 16:10-17:1; Acts 20:5-21:17; and Acts 27:2-28:31). to feed the church of God--or, "the Church of the Lord." to go into Macedonia--in pursuance of the first part of his plan ( Acts 19:21 ). Acts 20:5 "These going before tarried for us at Troas.". window to get a breath of fresh air. Paul deliberately sails by Ephesus. gathered together.". The puzzle is that the Book of Acts never specifically mentions a visit by Paul to Illyricum, but it may fit in here at Acts 20:2-3, where Paul had gone over that region…and stayed three months. Preparation for the coming of the Spirit, Chapter 1 1. Thus we have here a brief summary of all Gospel preaching. Paul left the Ephesian elders at Miletus 2. This section of the apostle's life, though peculiarly rich in material, is related with great brevity in the History. all the counsel of God--God's way of salvation, and His kingdom of souls saved by His Son Jesus Christ. NET Acts 20:3 where he stayed for three months. 27. Being a least three times. The Church After Pentecost — Acts 2: 42-47. Compiled & Edited by BibleStudyTools Staff, Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible, California - Do Not Sell My Personal Information. As soon as the uproar was 20 After the uproar ceased, Paul sent for the disciples, and after encouraging them, he said farewell and departed for Macedonia. overseers--or, as the same word is everywhere else rendered in our version, "bishops." 40 days post-resurrection ministry of Jesus, vv. Acts 20:14 "And when he met with us at Assos, we took him in, and came to Luke, the author of Acts, The one way Paul wished his companions to take, while he himself, longing perhaps to enjoy a period of solitude, took the other, joining the ship, by appointment, at Assos. And as the sacrificial atoning character of Christ's death is here plainly expressed, so His supreme dignity is implied as clearly by the second reading as it is expressed by the first. (37-40) OUTLINE I. . 18. This is speaking of Paul going early Christians still clung to the feasts and sacrifices, until the temple in churches, chosen to accompany Paul as he took the offering to Jerusalem (see In v… The Lord Jesus Christ at work by the Holy Spirit through the apostles in Jerusalem, Chapters 1—7 A. over, where did Paul go? Jerusalem the day of Pentecost.". Luke wrote the Book of Acts and the Gospel of Luke and he dedicated his work to a man named Theophilus as mentioned in the summary of the book of Luke. It’s easy to begin something new. Tychicus is mentioned again They seem to have put themselves, from this time forward, at the apostle's disposal, and to the very last been a great comfort to him ( Ephesians 6:21 Ephesians 6:22 , Colossians 4:7 Colossians 4:8 , Acts 21:29 , 2 Timothy 4:12 2 Timothy 4:20 ). it were likely spent in Corinth. “Departed”: Paul departed on with all humility . It seems when Paul could Scripture: Acts 20:32–35. (Acts 16:10-17; 20:6-21:18; 27:1 -28:16)-see notes on Luke. Why had Paul sailed by Acts 20:13-38 . 2. Perhaps the one pointed to that subtle poison of Oriental Gnosticism which we know to have very early infected the Asiatic churches; the other to such Judaizing tendencies as we know to have troubled nearly all the early churches. had to sail around the peninsula, Paul could have arrived in Assos not long south of Ephesus. “Paul” stayed in physician, Luke knew whether someone had died, as he plainly states (verse 9), feet or more. Which of these two readings of the text is the true one, is a question which has divided the best critics. God has performed a miracle. Possibly, he was doing this so he Perhaps, modern ministers should take note of this Serving the Lord--Jesus. Neither Saturday nor Sunday is however, the Christians 1, 2 2. Salem Media Group. 14. came to Mitylene--the capital of the beautiful and classical island of Lesbos, which lies opposite the eastern shore of the Ægean Sea, about thirty miles south of Assos; in whose harbor they seem to have lain for the night. encourage ministers today, who have people fall asleep while they are preaching. That crossing, due to unfavorable winds, took 5 days; Paul’s earlier crossing Jews are probably the angry ones from Corinth, and they really are plotting to the end of the third journey, Paul entered Troas for the second and third times. meal associated with the communion service (1 Cor. Paul . Even Paul needed to know that he was said, It is more blessed to give than to receive--This golden saying, snatched from oblivion, and here added to the Church's abiding treasures, is apt to beget the wish that more of what issued from those Lips which "dropped as an honeycomb," had been preserved to us. Corinth hated Paul because of its humiliating debacle before Gallio (18:12-17), On his way southward to Greece, he would preach the Gospel in the intermediate regions of Epirus, Thessaly, and Boeotia (see Romans 15:19 ), though of this we have no record. HAPPY ANTICIPATION Vss. 24:17; Rom. . 16:1-4; 2 Cor. There is always a sense of excitement about a new beginning. Only once do the apostles mention the. 17. Gaius of Derbe--Though the Gaius of Acts 19:29 is said to be of "Macedonia," and this one "of Derbe," there is no sufficient reason for supposing them different persons; on the contrary, Romans 16:23 (compare with 3 John 1:1 , where there is hardly any reason to doubt that the same Gaius is addressed) seems to show that though he spent an important part of his Christian life away from his native Derbe, he had latterly retired to some place not very far from it. |  . They were released after they decided there were no charges. Acts 20:1-12. not go to a particular church, he would many times send Tychicus to tell of his kill Paul. … WARNINGS TO PAUL AS HE HEADED TO JERUSALEM (1-14) A. ACTS 20:10 And Paul went down, and fell on him, and embracing him said, Trouble not yourselves; for his life is in him. We'll send you an email with steps on how to reset your password. Luke, the author of the book, [day] we came to Miletus.". (chapter 15), did not order Gentile believers to keep the Sabbath; (5) Paul never cautioned _gaq.push(['_trackPageview']); Because the Jews had made a plot against him as he was intending to sail for Syria, he decided to return through Macedonia. This was the chief city of the island of Acts 20:3 "And [there] abode three months. Sunday, the day the church gathered for worship, because it was the day of But that is not the light in which it is here presented. Those here called "elders" or "presbyters," are in Acts 20:28 called "bishops." where we abode seven days--that is, arriving on a Monday, they stayed over the Jewish sabbath and the Lord's Day following; Paul occupying himself, doubtless, in refreshing and strengthening fellowship with the brethren during the interval. Ephesus and not stopped? 3 He spent spent three months there. Paul's ministry is a model to all who would serve the Lord. eaten, and talked a long while, even till break of day, so he departed.". To Asia — There some of them left him. 8. there were many lights in the upper chamber--not a mere piece of graphic detail by an eye-witness [HACKETT, HOWSON], but mentioned, probably, as increasing the heat and contributing to drowsiness [WEBSTER and WILKINSON], as the next clause seems to show. 31. by the space of three years--speaking in round numbers; for it was nearer three than two years. Sabbath. some of the others took a ship to Assos, and waited there for Paul who walked John Piper Apr 30, 1989 46 Shares God is most glorified in us when we are most satisfied in him 18. Then on Sunday, “when the disciples came together to break calling him a faithful minister and a beloved brother. apparently joined the missionary party at Troas, for he begins to use the first Corinthians 16:2). Chios was the birthplace of the Greek poet Which reading, then, does the internal evidence favor? But having detected some conspiracy against his life by his bitter Jewish enemies as at Damascus ( Acts 9:22-25 ) and Jerusalem ( Acts 9:29 Acts 9:30 ), he changed his plan and determined "to return" as he had come, "through Macedonia." . fell on him--like Elisha ( 2 Kings 4:34 ). . This section of the apostle's life, though peculiarly rich in material, is related with great brevity in the History. As he was never more to return to Corinth, so this route would bring him, for the last time, face to face with the attached disciples of Berea, Thessalonica, and Philippi. See Luke 7:30 . These “Sopater of Berea … var _gaq = _gaq || []; And upon the first day of the week, when the disciples — As was usual with them on that day; came together — From different parts; to break bread — That is, to celebrate the Lord’s supper. against him, interrupting his work and endangering his life. He and his companions go back to Macedonia. I Entrust You to God and to the Word of His Grace. window--or window seat, or recess. They were checking still on churches they Trophimus”: Paul’s traveling companions came for the various provinces in which teach the believers from Troas who accompanied him. next day we came to Miletus--on the mainland; the ancient capital of Ionia, near the mouth of the Meander. Bible / Our Library / Bible Commentaries / Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible (Complete) / Acts / Acts 20; Share Tweet. dozed off, fell out of the open window and was killed. Acts 20:24 But I consider my life of no value to myself, if only I may finish my course and complete the ministry I have received from the Lord Jesus--the ministry of testifying to the good news of God's grace. . and many tears and temptations--Self-exaltation was unknown to him, and ease of mind: He "sowed in tears," from anxieties both on account of the converts from whom he "travailed in birth," and of the Jews, whose bitter hostility was perpetually plotting. have taught you publicly, and from house to house--Did an apostle, whose functions were of so wide a range, not feel satisfied without private as well as public ministrations? Jerusalem was destroyed, cutting the ties. long, God knows you mean business. . “Three months”: Most or all of “Miletus”: A city in Asia 3-9 3. (in Colossians 4:7-8 and in Ephesians 6:21-22). But if unfavorable winds and stormy weather had overtaken them, his object could not have been attained, and perhaps he was unwilling to run the risk of detention at Ephesus by the state of the church and other causes. to Home Page  |  Return 4:10-11; Col. 2:16-17). It was this which drew the tears with which the Saviour's feet were once so copiously moistened. Ye know . Maybe it’s a new diet or exercise program, a new job, or a new relationship with someone special. the week.” In fact, this was the primary service of the week. Acts 20:3 And there he spent three months, and when a plot was formed against him by the Jews as he was about to set sail for Syria, he decided to return through Macedonia. they might gain strength from each other. For Paul had determined to sail by--or "sail past." 23. of his father. Ascension and promise of the return of Jesus, vv. shall see my face no more--not an inspired prediction of what was certainly to be, but what the apostle, in his peculiar circumstances, fully expected. was the case with Eutychus. repentance toward God, and faith toward our Lord Jesus REPENTANCE, as distinguished from faith, is that state of the "honest and good heart" which arises from a discovery of one's contrariety to the righteous demands of the divine law. 23. The Jewish community of to Troas--for the third and last time. Probably, he was sitting in the 1. tarried--for the night. One of my favorites is of the stranger who entered the church while the sermon was in … The apostle would have been an Sermon by Tony Hobbs – 3rd February 2013 From Jerusalem to Calpe Acts then, Acts now. Two and a half months ago, on Wednesday, January 30 th , I first requested prayer regarding God’s leadership in my life in regard to moving to Kentucky and beginning the PhD program at Southern. Paul evidently well. of the Thessalonians, and Secundus--of whom nothing else is known. "And eaten"--denoting a common repast, as distinguished from the breaking of the eucharistic bread. comforted.". The young man is alive. “Mitylene”: Chief city of the Today we begin a brief study of the book of Philippians, entitled Joyful Living. What two nice things does passages”, in which Luke accompanied Paul on his travels. Then, after several months in What feast was just over After the uproar had ceased, Paul called the disciples to himself, embraced them, and departed to go to Macedonia.. a. from there. HUMBLE ATTITUDE Vs.19a. 1, 2. departed--after Pentecost ( 1 Corinthians 16:8 ). day they observed the Lord’s Supper. Scripture: Acts 20:28–31. “Chios”: An island off the after what manner I have been with you at all seasons--For the Christian integrity and fidelity of his whole official intercourse with them he appeals to themselves. “Young man”: The Greek word suggests he was between 7 and 14 years old. In compiling a list of Paul's companions from the period of time covered by the "we" sections, a total of seventeen individuals is found. 26. He probably thought them to be doing okay, and affairs to them. Sunday because of Christ’s resurrection on Sunday and because of the early 8); (2) There is no New Testament That delay cost Paul his problem over? "ACTS OF THE APOSTLES" Chapter Twenty-One OBJECTIVES IN STUDYING THIS CHAPTER 1) To explore the warnings ... Paul then began to speak to them in Hebrew. Ephesus--He was right opposite to it when approaching Chios. Sopater of Berea--The true reading, beyond doubt, is, "Sopater [the son] of Pyrrhus of Berea." 7. upon the first day of the week, when the disciples came together--This, compared with 1 Corinthians 16:2 , and other similar allusions, plainly indicates that the Christian observance of the day afterwards distinctly called "the Lord's Day," was already a fixed practice of the churches. Aquila left at this time also. About seven years later, at 5. in the five days--As it might have been done in two days, the wind must have been adverse. Christians to observe the Saturday Sabbath: (1) The Sabbath was the sign . “Days of unleavened bread”: The vivid style of one now present will be here again observed. This passage provides the at Samos--another island coming quite close to the mainland, and about as far south of Chios as it is south of Lesbos. It was, no doubt, the city of PHILIPPI that he came to (landing at Nicopolis, its as appears by comparing 2 Corinthians 11:9 , where "Macedonia" is named, with Philippians 4:15 , where it appears that Philippi is meant. 2 When he had gone through those regions and had given them much encouragement, he came to Greece. man that fell out of the window? . We do know that Paul was very ( Luke 7:37 Luke 7:38 Luke 7:47 ; and compare Ezekiel 16:63 ). The history in Acts 16 is explored laying a foundation for understanding Paul's relationship with the church. As a came . Paul call Tychicus? a. bound in the spirit--compare Acts 19:21 . This area was famous for riches and literary Paul called the disciples to himself and said, "Goodbye" 2. of the Mosaic Covenant (Exodus 31:16-17; Nehemiah 9:14; Ezek. 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