Daughters of Philip
The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Daughters of Philip
Daughters of Philip The “four unmarried daughters” of Philip the evangelist, all of whom had the gift of prophecy (Acts 21:9). Paul visits the home of Philip and his daughters in Caesarea on his final trip to Jerusalem.
Dictionary of Biblical Prophecy and End Times
Daughters of Philip
Daughters of PhilipPhilip the evangelist was one of the first deacons of the early church in Jerusalem (Acts 6:5), who later preached to the Samaritans (8:9–13) and the Ethiopian eunuch (8:26–40). In Acts 21, as Paul travels on his final trip to Jerusalem, he stops at Caesarea and stays with Philip.
The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Volumes 1–5
PHILIP, DAUGHTERS OF. In Acts 21:1–16, Paul’s final journey to Jerusalem brings him to the home of PHILIP the evangelist in Caesarea. Philip’s four unmarried daughters have the gift of prophecy (Acts 21:9) but never speak in the narrative. Ironically, while in Caesarea Paul’s fate is prophesied by AGABUS