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Acts 27

And
<1161>
when
<5613>
it was determined
<2919> (5681)
that we
<2248>
should sail
<636> (5721)
into
<1519>
Italy
<2482>_,
they delivered
<3860> (5707) <5037>
Paul
<3972>
and
<2532>
certain
<5100>
other
<2087>
prisoners
<1202>
unto [one] named
<3686>
Julius
<2457>_,
a centurion
<1543>
of Augustus
<4575>_'
band
<4686>_.
And
<1161>
entering
<1910> (5631)
into a ship
<4143>
of Adramyttium
<98>_,
we launched
<321> (5681)_,
meaning
<3195> (5723)
to sail
<4126> (5721)
by
<2596>
the coasts
<5117>
of Asia
<773>_;
[one] Aristarchus
<708>_,
a Macedonian
<3110>
of Thessalonica
<2331>_,
being
<5607> (5752)
with
<4862>
us
<2254>_.
And
<5037>
the next
<2087>
[day] we touched
<2609> (5648)
at
<1519>
Sidon
<4605>_.
And
<5037>
Julius
<2457>
courteously
<5364>
entreated
<5530> (5666)
Paul
<3972>_,
and gave [him] liberty
<2010> (5656)
to go
<4198> (5679)
unto
<4314>
his friends
<5384>
to refresh himself
<5177> (5629) <1958>_.
And
<2547> (0)
when we had launched
<321> (5685)
from thence
<2547>_,
we sailed under
<5284> (5656)
Cyprus
<2954>_,
because
<1223>
the winds
<417>
were
<1511> (5750)
contrary
<1727>_.
And
<5037>
when we had sailed over
<1277> (5660)
the sea
<3989>
of
<2596>
Cilicia
<2791>
and
<2532>
Pamphylia
<3828>_,
we came
<2718> (5627)
to
<1519>
Myra
<3460>_,
[a city] of Lycia
<3073>_.
And there
<2546>
the centurion
<1543>
found
<2147> (5631)
a ship
<4143>
of Alexandria
<222>
sailing
<4126> (5723)
into
<1519>
Italy
<2482>_;
and he put
<1688> (5656)
us
<2248>
therein
<1519> <846>_.
And
<1161>
when we had sailed slowly
<1020> (5723) <1722>
many
<2425>
days
<2250>_,
and
<2532>
scarce
<3433>
were come
<1096> (5637)
over against
<2596>
Cnidus
<2834>_,
the wind
<417>
not
<3361>
suffering
<4330> (5723)
us
<2248>_,
we sailed under
<5284> (5656)
Crete
<2914>_,
over against
<2596>
Salmone
<4534>_;
{Crete: or, Candy}
And
<5037>_,
hardly
<3433>
passing
<3881> (5740)
it
<846>_,
came
<2064> (5627)
unto
<1519>
a
<5100>
place
<5117>
which is called
<2564> (5746)
The fair
<2570>
havens
<2568> <3040>_;
nigh
<1451>
whereunto
<3739>
was
<2258> (5713)
the city
<4172>
[of] Lasea
<2996>_.
Now
<1161>
when much
<2425>
time
<5550>
was spent
<1230> (5637)_,
and
<2532>
when sailing
<4144>
was
<5607> (5752)
now
<2235>
dangerous
<2000>_,
because
<1223>
the fast
<3521>
was
<3928> (0)
now
<2532>
already
<2235>
past
<3928> (5755)_,
Paul
<3972>
admonished
<3867> (5707)
[them], {the fast: the fast was on the tenth day of the seventh month}
And said
<3004> (5723)
unto them
<846>_,
Sirs
<435>_,
I perceive
<2334> (5719)
that
<3754>
this voyage
<4144>
will be
<3195> (5721) <1510> (5705)
with
<3326>
hurt
<5196>
and
<2532>
much
<4183>
damage
<2209>_,
not
<3756>
only
<3440>
of the lading
<5414>
and
<2532>
ship
<4143>_,
but
<235>
also
<2532>
of our
<2257>
lives
<5590>_.
{hurt: or, injury}
Nevertheless
<1161>
the centurion
<1543>
believed
<3982> (5712)
the master
<2942>
and
<2532>
the owner of the ship
<3490>_,
more
<3123>
than
<2228>
those things which were spoken
<3004> (5746)
by
<5259>
Paul
<3972>_.
And
<1161>
because
<5225> (0)
the haven
<3040>
was
<5225> (5723)
not commodious
<428>
to
<4314>
winter in
<3915>_,
the more part
<4119>
advised
<1012> <5087> (5639)
to depart
<321> (5683)
thence also
<2547>_,
if
<1513>
by any means
<4458>
they might
<1410> (5739)
attain
<2658> (5660)
to
<1519>
Phenice
<5405>_,
[and there] to winter
<3914> (5658)_;
[which is] an haven
<3040>
of Crete
<2914>_,
and lieth
<991> (5723)
toward
<2596>
the south west
<3047>
and
<2532> <2596>
north west
<5566>_.
And
<1161>
when the south wind
<3558>
blew softly
<5285> (5660)_,
supposing
<1380> (5660)
that they had obtained
<2902> (5760)
[their] purpose
<4286>_,
loosing
<142> (5660)
[thence], they sailed
<3881> (5711)
close by
<788>
Crete
<2914>_.
But
<1161>
not
<3756>
long
<4183>
after
<3326>
there arose
<906> (5627)
against
<2596>
it
<846>
a tempestuous
<5189>
wind
<417>_,
called
<2564> (5746)
Euroclydon
<2148>_.
{arose: or, beat}
And
<1161>
when the ship
<4143>
was caught
<4884> (5685)_,
and
<2532>
could
<1410> (5740)
not
<3361>
bear up into
<503> (5721)
the wind
<417>_,
we let [her] drive
<1929> (5631) <5342> (5712)_.
And
<1161>
running under
<5295> (5631)
a certain
<5100>
island
<3519>
which is called
<2564> (5746)
Clauda
<2802>_,
we had
<2480> (0)
much
<3433>
work
<2480> (5656)
to come by
<4031> <1096> (5635)
the boat
<4627>_:
Which
<3739>
when they had taken up
<142> (5660)_,
they used
<5530> (5711)
helps
<996>_,
undergirding
<5269> (5723)
the ship
<4143>_;
and
<5037>_,
fearing
<5399> (5740)
lest
<3361>
they should fall
<1601> (5632)
into
<1519>
the quicksands
<4950>_,
strake
<5465> (5660)
sail
<4632>_,
and so
<3779>
were driven
<5342> (5712)_.
And
<1161>
we
<2257>
being exceedingly
<4971>
tossed with a tempest
<5492> (5746)_,
the next
<1836>
[day] they lightened the ship
<1546> <4160> (5710)_;
And
<2532>
the third
<5154>
[day] we cast out
<4496> (5656)
with our own hands
<849>
the tackling
<4631>
of the ship
<4143>_.
And
<1161>
when neither
<3383>
sun
<2246>
nor
<3383>
stars
<798>
in
<1909>
many
<4119>
days
<2250>
appeared
<2014> (5723)_,
and
<5037>
no
<3756>
small
<3641>
tempest
<5494>
lay on
<1945> (5740)
[us], all
<3956>
hope
<1680>
that we
<2248>
should be saved
<4982> (5745)
was
<4014> (0)
then
<3063>
taken away
<4014> (5712)_.
But
<1161>
after
<5225> (5723)
long
<4183>
abstinence
<776> <5119>
Paul
<3972>
stood forth
<2476> (5685)
in
<1722>
the midst
<3319>
of them
<846>_,
and said
<2036> (5627)_,
Sirs
<5599> <435>_,
ye should
<1163> (5713) <3303>
have hearkened
<3980> (5660)
unto me
<3427>_,
and not
<3361>
have loosed
<321> (5745)
from
<575>
Crete
<2914>_,
and
<5037>
to have gained
<2770> (5658)
this
<5026>
harm
<5196>
and
<2532>
loss
<2209>_.
And
<2532>
now
<3569>
I exhort
<3867> (5719)
you
<5209>
to be of good cheer
<2114> (5721)_:
for
<1063>
there shall be
<2071> (5704)
no
<3762>
loss
<580>
of [any man's] life
<5590>
among
<1537>
you
<5216>_,
but
<4133>
of the ship
<4143>_.
For
<1063>
there stood by
<3936> (5627)
me
<3427>
this
<5026>
night
<3571>
the angel
<32>
of God
<2316>_,
whose
<3739>
I am
<1510> (5748)_,
and
<2532>
whom
<3739>
I serve
<3000> (5719)_,
Saying
<3004> (5723)_,
Fear
<5399> (5732) (5737)
not
<3361>_,
Paul
<3972>_;
thou
<4571>
must
<1163> (5748)
be brought before
<3936> (5629)
Caesar
<2541>_:
and
<2532>_,
lo
<2400> (5628)_,
God
<2316>
hath given
<5483> (5766)
thee
<4671>
all
<3956>
them that sail
<4126> (5723)
with
<3326>
thee
<4675>_.
Wherefore
<1352>_,
sirs
<435>_,
be of good cheer
<2114> (5720)_:
for
<1063>
I believe
<4100> (5719)
God
<2316>_,
that
<3754>
it
<3779>
shall be
<2071> (5704)
even
<2596> <3739>
as
<5158>
it was told
<2980> (5769)
me
<3427>_.
Howbeit
<1161>
we
<2248>
must
<1163> (5748)
be cast
<1601> (5629)
upon
<1519>
a certain
<5100>
island
<3520>_.
But
<1161>
when
<5613>
the fourteenth
<5065>
night
<3571>
was come
<1096> (5633)_,
as we
<2257>
were driven up and down
<1308> (5746)
in
<1722>
Adria
<99>_,
about
<2596>
midnight
<3319> <3571>
the shipmen
<3492>
deemed
<5282> (5707)
that they
<846>
drew near
<4317> (5721)
to some
<5100>
country
<5561>_;
And
<2532>
sounded
<1001> (5660)_,
and found
<2147> (5627)
[it] twenty
<1501>
fathoms
<3712>_:
and
<1161>
when they had gone
<1339> (5660)
a little further
<1024>_,
they sounded
<1001> (5660)
again
<3825>_,
and
<2532>
found
<2147> (5627)
[it] fifteen
<1178>
fathoms
<3712>_.
Then
<5037>
fearing
<5399> (5740)
lest
<3381> <4458>
we should have fallen
<1601> (5632) (5625) <1601> (5632)
upon
<1519>
rocks
<5117> <5138>_,
they cast
<4496> (5660)
four
<5064>
anchors
<45>
out of
<1537>
the stern
<4403>_,
and wished
<2172> (5711) <1096> (5635)
for the day
<2250>_.
And
<1161>
as the shipmen
<3492>
were about
<2212> (5723)
to flee
<5343> (5629)
out of
<1537>
the ship
<4143>_,
when
<2532>
they had let down
<5465> (5660)
the boat
<4627>
into
<1519>
the sea
<2281>_,
under colour
<4392>
as though
<5613>
they would
<3195> (5723)
have cast
<1614> (5721)
anchors
<45>
out of
<1537>
the foreship
<4408>_,
Paul
<3972>
said
<2036> (5627)
to the centurion
<1543>
and
<2532>
to the soldiers
<4757>_,
Except
<3362>
these
<3778>
abide
<3306> (5661)
in
<1722>
the ship
<4143>_,
ye
<5210>
cannot
<3756> <1410> (5736)
be saved
<4982> (5683)_.
Then
<5119>
the soldiers
<4757>
cut off
<609> (5656)
the ropes
<4979>
of the boat
<4627>_,
and
<2532>
let
<1439> (5656)
her
<846>
fall off
<1601> (5629)_.
And
<1161>
while
<891> <3739>
the day
<2250>
was coming
<1096> (5738)
on
<3195> (5707)_,
Paul
<3972>
besought
<3870> (5707)
[them] all
<537>
to take
<3335> (5629)
meat
<5160>_,
saying
<3004> (5723)_,
This day
<4594>
is the fourteenth
<5065>
day
<2250>
that ye have tarried
<4328> (5723)
and continued
<1300> (5719)
fasting
<777>_,
having taken
<4355> (5642)
nothing
<3367>_.
Wherefore
<1352>
I pray
<3870> (5719)
you
<5209>
to take
<4355> (5629)
[some] meat
<5160>_:
for
<1063>
this
<5124>
is
<5225> (5719)
for
<4314>
your
<5212>
health
<4991>_:
for
<1063>
there shall
<4098> (0)
not
<3762> (0)
an hair
<2359>
fall
<4098> (5695)
from
<1537>
the head
<2776>
of any
<3762>
of you
<5216>_.
And
<1161>
when he had thus
<5023>
spoken
<2036> (5631)_,

<2532>
he took
<2983> (5631)
bread
<740>_,
and gave thanks
<2168> (5656)
to God
<2316>
in presence
<1799>
of them all
<3956>_:
and
<2532>
when he had broken
<2806> (5660)
[it], he began
<756> (5662)
to eat
<2068> (5721)_.
Then
<1161>
were
<1096> (0)
they
<846> <1096> (5637)
all
<3956>
of good cheer
<2115>_,
and they
<4355> (0)
also
<2532>
took
<4355> (5639)
[some] meat
<5160>_.
And
<1161>
we were
<2258> (5713)
in all
<3956>
in
<1722>
the ship
<4143>
two hundred
<1250>
threescore
<1440>
and sixteen
<1803>
souls
<5590>_.
And
<1161>
when they had eaten
<5160>
enough
<2880> (5685)_,
they lightened
<2893> (5707)
the ship
<4143>_,
and cast out
<1544> (5734)
the wheat
<4621>
into
<1519>
the sea
<2281>_.
And
<1161>
when
<3753>
it was
<1096> (5633)
day
<2250>_,
they knew
<1921> (5707)
not
<3756>
the land
<1093>_:
but
<1161>
they discovered
<2657> (5707)
a certain
<5100>
creek
<2859>
with
<2192> (5723)
a shore
<123>_,
into
<1519>
the which
<3739>
they were minded
<1011> (5662)_,
if
<1487>
it were possible
<1410> (5739)_,
to thrust in
<1856> (5658)
the ship
<4143>_.
And
<2532>
when they had taken up
<4014> (5631)
the anchors
<45>_,
they committed
<1439> (5707)
[themselves] unto
<1519>
the sea
<2281>_,
and
<260>
loosed
<447> (5631)
the rudder
<4079>
bands
<2202>_,
and
<2532>
hoised up
<1869> (5660)
the mainsail
<736>
to the wind
<4154> (5723)_,
and made
<2722> (5707)
toward
<1519>
shore
<123>_.
{taken...: or, cut the anchors, they left them in the sea}
And
<1161>
falling
<4045> (5631)
into
<1519>
a place
<5117>
where two seas met
<1337>_,
they ran
<2027> (0)
the ship
<3491>
aground
<2027> (5656)_;
and
<2532>
the forepart
<4408> <3303>
stuck fast
<2043> (5660)_,
and remained
<3306> (5656)
unmoveable
<761>_,
but
<1161>
the hinder part
<4403>
was broken
<3089> (5712)
with
<5259>
the violence
<970>
of the waves
<2949>_.
And
<1161>
the soldiers
<4757>_'
counsel
<1012>
was
<1096> (5633)
to
<2443>
kill
<615> (5725)
the prisoners
<1202>_,
lest
<3361>
any of them
<5100>
should swim out
<1579> (5660)_,
and escape
<1309> (5630)_.
But
<1161>
the centurion
<1543>_,
willing
<1014> (5740)
to save
<1295> (5658)
Paul
<3972>_,
kept
<2967> (5656)
them
<846>
from [their] purpose
<1013>_;
and
<5037>
commanded
<2753> (5656)
that they which could
<1410> (5740)
swim
<2860> (5721)
should cast
<641> (5660)
[themselves] first
<4413>
[into the sea], and get
<1826> (5750)
to
<1909>
land
<1093>_:
And
<2532>
the rest
<3062>_,
some
<3739> <3303>
on
<1909>
boards
<4548>_,
and
<1161>
some
<3739>
on
<1909>
[broken pieces] of
<575>
the ship
<4143> <5100>_.
And
<2532>
so
<3779>
it came to pass
<1096> (5633)_,
that they escaped
<1295> (0)
all
<3956>
safe
<1295> (5683)
to
<1909>
land
<1093>_.


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