Acts 21go up to Lit. set foot in. Not, as in Acts 20:23 a warning of danger, but now an imperative command. See Acts 22:17,18. vow Probably according to Numbers 6:1-7. Cf. Colossians 2:14-17. charges with them Lit. spend something on them. walkest orderly Lit. art keeping in the ranks, guarding the law. Cf. Romans 10:1-12. Paul took Contra. Acts 21:4; Galatians 2:2-6. See, ; Romans 3:9,10,19,20,28; 4:3-5 ; 5:1,2; 6:14; 7:1-4,6; 8:3,4; Galatians 2:15,16,18,19; 3:10,24,25 ; 4:9-11,21-31; Philippians 3:7-9; Hebrews 9:14,15,28; 10:1-4,17,18 13:11-14 drew See, Acts 14:19; 16:19. chief (Greek - , the Roman tribune). There were six such "chief captains" in each legion of 6000 men.
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