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Acts 20:2

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After he had gone through those regions 1  and spoken many words of encouragement 2  to the believers there, 3  he came to Greece, 4 

XREF

Zec 9:13; Ac 2:40; Ac 14:22; Ac 15:41; Ac 16:12; Ac 17:1,10; Ac 20:6; Ac 20:7,11; Col 1:28; 1Th 2:3,11; 1Th 4:1

NET © Notes

tn BDAG 633 s.v. μέρος 1.b.γ gives the meanings “the parts (of a geographical area), region, district,” but the use of “district” in this context probably implies too much specificity.

tn Grk “and encouraging them with many words.” The participle παρακαλέσας (parakalesa", “encouraging”) has been translated by the phrase “spoken…words of encouragement” because the formal equivalent is awkward in contemporary English.

tn Grk “[to] them”; the referent (the believers there) has been specified in the translation for clarity.

tn In popular usage the term translated “Greece” here could also refer to the Roman province officially known as Achaia (BDAG 318 s.v. ῾Ελλάς).



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