“All the saints salute you, chiefly they that are of Caesar's household.”
King James Version (KJV)
Php 4:22 Chiefly. Especially. The class next named send special greetings. They that are of Caesar's household. Amid the vast number who dwelt in the palace as immediate attendants of the emperor, amounting to hundreds and perhaps thousands, there were some who had become Christians. What was their condition in life is a matter of conjecture. Philippi was a colony, a sort of outlying suburb of Rome, populated with Roman citizens (Ac 16:12). Hence it is possible that these would have friends in the Philippian church, who would know well who were meant, and to them they send special greetings.