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  • And sailing from there, on the following day, we arrived opposite Chios. And next we landed at Samos. And on the following day we went to Miletus. (Acts 20, 15)

  • Then, after we had caught sight of Cyprus, keeping it to the left, we sailed on to Syria, and we arrived at Tyre. For the ship was going to unload its cargo there. (Acts 21, 3)

  • Then, after setting out the next day, we arrived at Caesarea. And upon entering into the house of Philip the evangelist, who was one of the seven, we stayed with him. (Acts 21, 8)

  • And while we were delayed for some days, a certain prophet from Judea, named Agabus, arrived. (Acts 21, 10)

  • And when we had arrived at Jerusalem, the brothers received us willingly. (Acts 21, 17)

  • What is next? The multitude ought to be convened. For they will hear that you have arrived. (Acts 21, 22)

  • And when he had arrived at the stairs, it happened that he was carried up by the soldiers, because of the threat of violence from the people. (Acts 21, 35)

  • And when daylight arrived, some of the Jews gathered together and bound themselves with an oath, saying that they would neither eat nor drink until they had killed Paul. (Acts 23, 12)

  • And when they had arrived at Caesarea and had delivered the letter to the governor, they also presented Paul before him. (Acts 23, 33)

  • “I will hear you, when your accusers have arrived.” And he ordered him to be kept in the praetorium of Herod. (Acts 23, 35)

  • Then Felix, after having ascertained much knowledge about this Way, kept them waiting, by saying, “When Lysias the tribune has arrived, I will give you a hearing.” (Acts 24, 22)

  • And so, when Festus had arrived in the province, after three days, he ascended to Jerusalem from Caesarea. (Acts 25, 1)


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