Acts 161:2 up; (a-21) The word means 'receiving,' but with the prefix (ana) 'up,' as here, it has the active sense of 'taking up.' It is so translated except in 1Tim. 3.16. The more passive reception is seen in Acts 3.21, where another word is used.16:4 decrees (b-14) Or 'delivered to them the decrees to keep.' 16:6 through (c-4) forbidden (c-12) These participles have a causative force, especially thus disunited. 'Such being the case, they attempted to go.' country, (d-9) 'Phrygia and Galatia' are thrown into one by the one article. 16:7 down (c-3) These participles have a causative force, especially thus disunited. 'Such being the case, they attempted to go.' 16:12 colony. (e-16) Where the citizens had equal rights with those at the capital -- Rome. 16:14 worshipped (a-18) See Note, ch. 13.43. 16:19 gone, (b-12) Or 'gone out,' referring to the spirit. 16:20 praetors, (c-8) The magistrates of colonies. so vers. 36,38. too 16:22 praetors, (c-11) The magistrates of colonies. so vers. 36,38. too (d-6) Or 'with [them]' -- that is, with her masters. 16:25 singing, (e-13) Humneo. see Matt. 26.30. 16:31 on (f-5) See Note, ch. 9.42. 16:34 house, (g-19) An adverb -- 'rejoiced householdly.' 16:35 praetors (a-7) The magistrates of colonies. so vers. 36, 38. lictors, (b-10) Attendants on the praetors. 16:40 exhorted (c-18) Parakaleo. as 'entreat,' 1Cor. 4.16.
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