Acts 20


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1 - When The Uproar Had Ended, Paul Sent For The Disciples And, After Encouraging Them, Said Good-by And Set Out For Macedonia.
Acts 20-1 - When The Uproar Had Ended, Paul Sent For The DiscipleWhen The Uproar Had Ended, Paul Sent For The Disciples And, After Encouraging Them, Said Good-by And Set Out For Macedonia.
2 - He Traveled Through That Area, Speaking Many Words Of Encouragement To The People, And Finally Arrived In Greece,
Acts 20-2 - He Traveled Through That Area, Speaking Many Words OfHe Traveled Through That Area, Speaking Many Words Of Encouragement To The People, And Finally Arrived In Greece,
3 - Where He Stayed Three Months. Because The Jews Made A Plot Against Him Just As He Was About To Sail For Syria, He Decided To Go Back Through Macedonia.
Acts 20-3 - Where He Stayed Three Months. Because The Jews Made AWhere He Stayed Three Months. Because The Jews Made A Plot Against Him Just As He Was About To Sail For Syria, He Decided To Go Back Through Macedonia.
4 - He Was Accompanied By Sopater Son Of Pyrrhus From Berea, Aristarchus And Secundus From Thessalonica, Gaius From Derbe, Timothy Also, And Tychicus And Trophimus From The Province Of Asia.
Acts 20-4 - He Was Accompanied By Sopater Son Of Pyrrhus From BerHe Was Accompanied By Sopater Son Of Pyrrhus From Berea, Aristarchus And Secundus From Thessalonica, Gaius From Derbe, Timothy Also, And Tychicus And Trophimus From The Province Of Asia.
5 - These Men Went On Ahead And Waited For Us At Troas.
Acts 20-5 - These Men Went On Ahead And Waited For Us At Troas.These Men Went On Ahead And Waited For Us At Troas.
6 - But We Sailed From Philippi After The Feast Of Unleavened Bread, And Five Days Later Joined The Others At Troas, Where We Stayed Seven Days.
Acts 20-6 - But We Sailed From Philippi After The Feast Of UnleavBut We Sailed From Philippi After The Feast Of Unleavened Bread, And Five Days Later Joined The Others At Troas, Where We Stayed Seven Days.
7 - On The First Day Of The Week We Came Together To Break Bread. Paul Spoke To The People And, Because He Intended To Leave The Next Day, Kept On Talking Until Midnight.
Acts 20-7 - On The First Day Of The Week We Came Together To BreaOn The First Day Of The Week We Came Together To Break Bread. Paul Spoke To The People And, Because He Intended To Leave The Next Day, Kept On Talking Until Midnight.
8 - There Were Many Lamps In The Upstairs Room Where We Were Meeting.
Acts 20-8 - There Were Many Lamps In The Upstairs Room Where We WThere Were Many Lamps In The Upstairs Room Where We Were Meeting.
9 - Seated In A Window Was A Young Man Named Eutychus, Who Was Sinking Into A Deep Sleep As Paul Talked On And On. When He Was Sound Asleep, He Fell To The Ground From The Third Story And Was Picked Up Dead.
Acts 20-9 - Seated In A Window Was A Young Man Named Eutychus, WhSeated In A Window Was A Young Man Named Eutychus, Who Was Sinking Into A Deep Sleep As Paul Talked On And On. When He Was Sound Asleep, He Fell To The Ground From The Third Story And Was Picked Up Dead.
10 - Paul Went Down, Threw Himself On The Young Man And Put His Arms Around Him. "Don't Be Alarmed," He Said. "He's Alive!"
Acts 20-10 - Paul Went Down, Threw Himself On The Young Man And PPaul Went Down, Threw Himself On The Young Man And Put His Arms Around Him. "Don't Be Alarmed," He Said. "He's Alive!"
11 - Then He Went Upstairs Again And Broke Bread And Ate. After Talking Until Daylight, He Left.
Acts 20-11 - Then He Went Upstairs Again And Broke Bread And Ate.Then He Went Upstairs Again And Broke Bread And Ate. After Talking Until Daylight, He Left.
12 - The People Took The Young Man Home Alive And Were Greatly Comforted.
Acts 20-12 - The People Took The Young Man Home Alive And Were GrThe People Took The Young Man Home Alive And Were Greatly Comforted.
13 - We Went On Ahead To The Ship And Sailed For Assos, Where We Were Going To Take Paul Aboard. He Had Made This Arrangement Because He Was Going There On Foot.
Acts 20-13 - We Went On Ahead To The Ship And Sailed For Assos, WWe Went On Ahead To The Ship And Sailed For Assos, Where We Were Going To Take Paul Aboard. He Had Made This Arrangement Because He Was Going There On Foot.
14 - When He Met Us At Assos, We Took Him Aboard And Went On To Mitylene.
Acts 20-14 - When He Met Us At Assos, We Took Him Aboard And WentWhen He Met Us At Assos, We Took Him Aboard And Went On To Mitylene.
15 - The Next Day We Set Sail From There And Arrived Off Kios. The Day After That We Crossed Over To Samos, And On The Following Day Arrived At Miletus.
Acts 20-15 - The Next Day We Set Sail From There And Arrived OffThe Next Day We Set Sail From There And Arrived Off Kios. The Day After That We Crossed Over To Samos, And On The Following Day Arrived At Miletus.
16 - Paul Had Decided To Sail Past Ephesus To Avoid Spending Time In The Province Of Asia, For He Was In A Hurry To Reach Jerusalem, If Possible, By The Day Of Pentecost.
Acts 20-16 - Paul Had Decided To Sail Past Ephesus To Avoid SpendPaul Had Decided To Sail Past Ephesus To Avoid Spending Time In The Province Of Asia, For He Was In A Hurry To Reach Jerusalem, If Possible, By The Day Of Pentecost.
17 - From Miletus, Paul Sent To Ephesus For The Elders Of The Church.
Acts 20-17 - From Miletus, Paul Sent To Ephesus For The Elders OfFrom Miletus, Paul Sent To Ephesus For The Elders Of The Church.
18 - When They Arrived, He Said To Them: "You Know How I Lived The Whole Time I Was With You, From The First Day I Came Into The Province Of Asia.
Acts 20-18 - When They Arrived, He Said To Them: "You Know How IWhen They Arrived, He Said To Them: "You Know How I Lived The Whole Time I Was With You, From The First Day I Came Into The Province Of Asia.
19 - I Served The Lord With Great Humility And With Tears, Although I Was Severely Tested By The Plots Of The Jews.
Acts 20-19 - I Served The Lord With Great Humility And With TearsI Served The Lord With Great Humility And With Tears, Although I Was Severely Tested By The Plots Of The Jews.
20 - You Know That I Have Not Hesitated To Preach Anything That Would Be Helpful To You But Have Taught You Publicly And From House To House.
Acts 20-20 - You Know That I Have Not Hesitated To Preach AnythinYou Know That I Have Not Hesitated To Preach Anything That Would Be Helpful To You But Have Taught You Publicly And From House To House.
21 - I Have Declared To Both Jews And Greeks That They Must Turn To God In Repentance And Have Faith In Our Lord Jesus.
Acts 20-21 - I Have Declared To Both Jews And Greeks That They MuI Have Declared To Both Jews And Greeks That They Must Turn To God In Repentance And Have Faith In Our Lord Jesus.
22 - "And Now, Compelled By The Spirit, I Am Going To Jerusalem, Not Knowing What Will Happen To Me There.
Acts 20-22 - "And Now, Compelled By The Spirit, I Am Going To Jer"And Now, Compelled By The Spirit, I Am Going To Jerusalem, Not Knowing What Will Happen To Me There.
23 - I Only Know That In Every City The Holy Spirit Warns Me That Prison And Hardships Are Facing Me.
Acts 20-23 - I Only Know That In Every City The Holy Spirit WarnsI Only Know That In Every City The Holy Spirit Warns Me That Prison And Hardships Are Facing Me.
24 - However, I Consider My Life Worth Nothing To Me, If Only I May Finish The Race And Complete The Task The Lord Jesus Has Given Me--the Task Of Testifying To The Gospel Of God's Grace.
Acts 20-24 - However, I Consider My Life Worth Nothing To Me, IfHowever, I Consider My Life Worth Nothing To Me, If Only I May Finish The Race And Complete The Task The Lord Jesus Has Given Me--the Task Of Testifying To The Gospel Of God's Grace.
25 - "Now I Know That None Of You Among Whom I Have Gone About Preaching The Kingdom Will Ever See Me Again.
Acts 20-25 - "Now I Know That None Of You Among Whom I Have Gone"Now I Know That None Of You Among Whom I Have Gone About Preaching The Kingdom Will Ever See Me Again.
26 - Therefore, I Declare To You Today That I Am Innocent Of The Blood Of All Men.
Acts 20-26 - Therefore, I Declare To You Today That I Am InnocentTherefore, I Declare To You Today That I Am Innocent Of The Blood Of All Men.
27 - For I Have Not Hesitated To Proclaim To You The Whole Will Of God.
Acts 20-27 - For I Have Not Hesitated To Proclaim To You The WholFor I Have Not Hesitated To Proclaim To You The Whole Will Of God.
28 - Keep Watch Over Yourselves And All The Flock Of Which The Holy Spirit Has Made You Overseers. Be Shepherds Of The Church Of God, Which He Bought With His Own Blood.
Acts 20-28 - Keep Watch Over Yourselves And All The Flock Of WhicKeep Watch Over Yourselves And All The Flock Of Which The Holy Spirit Has Made You Overseers. Be Shepherds Of The Church Of God, Which He Bought With His Own Blood.
29 - I Know That After I Leave, Savage Wolves Will Come In Among You And Will Not Spare The Flock.
Acts 20-29 - I Know That After I Leave, Savage Wolves Will Come II Know That After I Leave, Savage Wolves Will Come In Among You And Will Not Spare The Flock.
30 - Even From Your Own Number Men Will Arise And Distort The Truth In Order To Draw Away Disciples After Them.
Acts 20-30 - Even From Your Own Number Men Will Arise And DistortEven From Your Own Number Men Will Arise And Distort The Truth In Order To Draw Away Disciples After Them.
31 - So Be On Your Guard! Remember That For Three Years I Never Stopped Warning Each Of You Night And Day With Tears.
Acts 20-31 - So Be On Your Guard! Remember That For Three Years ISo Be On Your Guard! Remember That For Three Years I Never Stopped Warning Each Of You Night And Day With Tears.
32 - "Now I Commit You To God And To The Word Of His Grace, Which Can Build You Up And Give You An Inheritance Among All Those Who Are Sanctified.
Acts 20-32 - "Now I Commit You To God And To The Word Of His Grac"Now I Commit You To God And To The Word Of His Grace, Which Can Build You Up And Give You An Inheritance Among All Those Who Are Sanctified.
33 - I Have Not Coveted Anyone's Silver Or Gold Or Clothing.
Acts 20-33 - I Have Not Coveted Anyone's Silver Or Gold Or ClothiI Have Not Coveted Anyone's Silver Or Gold Or Clothing.
34 - You Yourselves Know That These Hands Of Mine Have Supplied My Own Needs And The Needs Of My Companions.
Acts 20-34 - You Yourselves Know That These Hands Of Mine Have SuYou Yourselves Know That These Hands Of Mine Have Supplied My Own Needs And The Needs Of My Companions.
35 - In Everything I Did, I Showed You That By This Kind Of Hard Work We Must Help The Weak, Remembering The Words The Lord Jesus Himself Said: 'It Is More Blessed To Give Than To Receive.' "
Acts 20-35 - In Everything I Did, I Showed You That By This KindIn Everything I Did, I Showed You That By This Kind Of Hard Work We Must Help The Weak, Remembering The Words The Lord Jesus Himself Said: 'It Is More Blessed To Give Than To Receive.' "
36 - When He Had Said This, He Knelt Down With All Of Them And Prayed.
Acts 20-36 - When He Had Said This, He Knelt Down With All Of TheWhen He Had Said This, He Knelt Down With All Of Them And Prayed.
37 - They All Wept As They Embraced Him And Kissed Him.
Acts 20-37 - They All Wept As They Embraced Him And Kissed Him.They All Wept As They Embraced Him And Kissed Him.
38 - What Grieved Them Most Was His Statement That They Would Never See His Face Again. Then They Accompanied Him To The Ship.
Acts 20-38 - What Grieved Them Most Was His Statement That They WWhat Grieved Them Most Was His Statement That They Would Never See His Face Again. Then They Accompanied Him To The Ship.


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