fortunate, (Acts 20:9-12), a young man of Troas who fell through drowsiness from the open window of the third floor of the house where Paul was preaching, and was "taken up dead." The lattice-work of the window being open to admit the air, the lad fell out and down to the court below. Paul restored him to life again. (Comp. 1 Kings 17:21; 2 Kings 4:34.)
Why, miss, we do read of eutychus, how he snoozed off setting under Paul himself—up in a windy—and down a-tumbled.
It is not known with certainty who this eutychus was to whom he addresses himself.
St. Paul descended to eutychus, found him in a lifeless state, and then restored him.
The name of the man was eutychus, and that of the animal, Nichon 251.
It was there he restored eutychus, who had fallen from an upper window in his sleep.
He was present at the restoration of eutychus, but it is not altogether clear whether he means to describe this as a miracle.
On this account it was that eutychus could not obtain a bearing, but was kept still in prison.
The seven days stay at Troas which was significant because of an all night service and the accident to eutychus.