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And having gone[a] through those regions, and having encouraged them with much speaking, he came to Greece[b]. And having done three[c] months there, a plot having been made against him by the Jews while he was about to put-to-sea for Syria— he became of a mind that he should be returning through Macedonia[d]. And Sopater, son of Pyrrhus, a Berean, was accompanying him; and Aristarchus and Secundus of the Thessalonians; and Gaius, a Derbean; and Timothy; and Tychicus and Trophimus, Asians.

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Footnotes

  1. Acts 20:2 On this trip, Paul met Titus (2 Cor 7:5-7) and wrote 2 Corinthians.
  2. Acts 20:2 Specifically, the city of Corinth.
  3. Acts 20:3 During this period in Corinth Paul wrote Romans to prepare his way there according to his plan in 19:21. He may also have written Galatians (see 14:28).
  4. Acts 20:3 That is, by land, up to Philippi.
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