Atos 20

1 After and the to be restrained the tumult, having called to the Paul the disciples, and having embraced, he went out to go into the Macedonia.

2 Having passed through and the parts those, and having exhorted them with a word great, he went into the Greece;

3 having continued and months three, being formed him a plot against by the Jews, being about to sail into the Syria, came a resolution of the to return through Macedonia.

4 Went with and him as far as the Asia Sopater of Pyrrhus a Berean. Of Thessalonians and, Aristarchus and Secundus, and Gaius of Derbe and Timothy; Asiatics and, Tychicus and Trophimus.

5 These going before awaited us in Troas;

6 we but sailed out after the days of the unleavened cakes from Philippi, and came to them into the Troas in days five, where we remained days seven.

7 In and the first of the sabbaths, having been assembled of us to break bread, the Paul discoursed to them, being about to depart on the morrow; continued and the discourse till midnight.

8 Were and lamps many in the upper room, where we were assembled.

9 Sitting and certain youth, by name Eutychus, in the window, being overpowered with sleep deep, discoursing the Paul for a longer time, having been overcome from the sleep, fell from the third story down, and was taken up dead.

10 Having gone down and the Paul fell upon him, and having embraced said: Not be you troubled; the for life of him in him is.

11 Having come up and, and having broken bread and having tasted, for a longer time and having conversed till day–break, so he departed.

12 They brought and the youth living, and were comforted not a little.

13 We but going before to the ship, sailed to the Assos, there intending to take in again the Paul; so for it was having been arranged, being about himself to go on foot.

14 When and he met with us at the Assos, having again received him we came to Mitylene;

15 and thence having sailed away, on the morrow we came opposite Chios. In the and another we touched at Samos; and having remained in Troyllium, in the following we came to Miletus.

16 Had determined for the Paul to sail by the Ephesus, so that not it might be for him to spend time in the Asia; he was hastening for, if possible it was for him, the day of the pentecost to be in Jerusalem.

17 From and the Miletus having sent to Ephesus he called for the elders of the congregation.

18 When and they were come to him, he said to them: You know, from first day in which I entered into the Asia, how with you the whole time I was,

19 serving the Lord with all lowliness and tears and temptations, of those having happened to me by the plots of the Jews;

20 how nothing I kept back of that being profitable, the not to declare to you and to teach you publicly and in houses;

21 earnestly testifying to Jews both and Greeks the towards the God reformation, and faith that towards the Lord of us Jesus Anointed.

22 And now lo, having been bound I in the spirit, to go to Jerusalem, the things in her shall be happening to me not knowing,

23 except that the spirit the holy every city witnesses to me, saying, that bonds me and afflictions await.

24 But of no account I make, nor I the life of me valuable to myself, so that to finish the course of me with joy, and the services which I received from the Lord Jesus, to earnestly declare the glad tidings of the favor of the God.

25 And now lo, I know, that no longer will see the face of me you all, among whom I have gone about proclaiming the kingdom of the God.

26 Therefore I testify to you in this day, that clean I from the blood of all;

27 not for I kept back of the not to declare to you all the will of the God.

28 Take heed therefore to yourselves and to all the flock, in which you the spirit the holy placed overseers, to feed the congregation of the Lord, which he purchased through the blood of the own.

29 I for know this, that shall enter after the departure of me wolves rapacious among you, not sparing the flock,

30 and from yourselves will arise men speaking perverse things, the to draw away the disciples after them.

31 Therefore watch you, remembering, that three years night and day not I ceased with tears admonishing one each.

32 And now I commend you, brethren, to the God and to the word of the favor of him, to that being able to build up, and to give you an inheritance among those having been sanctified all.

33 Silver or gold or raiment of no one I coveted;

34 yourselves you know; that the necessities of me and those being with me supplied the hands these.

35 All these I pointed out to you, that so laboring it is necessary to aid those being weak, to remember and the words of the Lord Jesus, that he said: Blessed it is more to give than to receive.

36 And these things having said, having placed the knees of himself, with all those he prayed.

37 Much and was weeping of all; and having fallen on the neck of the Paul, they affectionately kissed him;

38 sorrowing most of all for the word which he spoke, that no more, they are about the face of him to see. They accompanied and him to the ship.