And whenG5613 it was determinedG2919 that we should sailG636 intoG1519 Italy,G2482 they deliveredG3860 PaulG3972 and certainG5100 otherG2087 prisonersG1202 to one namedG3686 Julius,G2457 a centurionG1543 of Augustus'G828 band.G4686
And enteringG1910 into a shipG4143 of Adramyttium,G98 we launched,G321 meaningG3195 to sailG4126 by the coastsG5117 of Asia;G773 one Aristarchus,G708 a MacedonianG3110 of Thessalonica,G2331 beingG5607 with us.
And the nextG2087 day we touchedG2609 atG1519 Sidon.G4605 And JuliusG2457 courteouslyG5364 entreatedG5530 Paul,G3972 and gaveG2010 him libertyG2010 to goG4198 to his friendsG5384 to refreshG1958 G5177 himself.
And when we had launchedG321 from there,G1564 we sailedG5284 underG5284 Cyprus,G2954 becauseG1223 the windsG417 were contrary.G1727
And when we had sailedG1277 overG1277 the seaG3989 of CiliciaG2791 and Pamphylia,G3828 we cameG2718 to Myra,G3460 a city of Lycia.G3073
And thereG1563 the centurionG1543 foundG2147 a shipG4143 of AlexandriaG221 sailingG4126 intoG1519 Italy;G2482 and he putG1688 us therein.
And when we had sailedG1020 slowlyG1020 manyG2425 days,G2250 and scarceG3433 were comeG1096 overG2596 againstG2596 Cnidus,G2834 the windG417 not sufferingG4330 us, we sailedG5284 underG5284 Crete,G2914 overG2596 againstG2596 Salmone;G4534
And, hardlyG3433 passingG3881 it, cameG2064 to a placeG5117 which is calledG2564 The fairG2568 havens;G2568 nearG1451 whereuntoG3739 was the cityG4172 of Lasea.G2996
NowG1161 when muchG2425 timeG5550 was spent,G1230 and when sailingG4144 was nowG2235 dangerous,G2000 becauseG1223 the fastG3521 was nowG2235 alreadyG2235 past,G3928 PaulG3972 admonishedG3867 them,
And saidG3004 to them, Sirs,G435 I perceiveG2334 that thisG3588 voyageG4144 willG3195 be with hurtG5196 and muchG4183 damage,G2209 not onlyG3440 of the ladingG5414 and ship,G4143 but alsoG2532 of our lives.G5590
NeverthelessG1161 the centurionG1543 believedG3982 the masterG2942 and the ownerG3490 of the ship,G3490 moreG3123 thanG2228 thoseG3588 things which were spokenG3004 by Paul.G3972
And because the havenG3040 was not commodiousG428 to winterG3915 in, the moreG4119 part advisedG1012 G5087 to departG321 thereG1564 also,G2547 ifG1513 by anyG4458 meansG4458 they mightG1410 attainG2658 to Phenice,G5405 and there to winter;G3914 which is an havenG3040 of Crete,G2914 and liesG991 towardG2596 the southG3047 westG3047 and northG5566 west.G5566
And when the southG3558 wind blewG5285 softly,G5285 supposingG1380 that they had obtainedG2902 their purpose,G4286 loosingG142 there, they sailedG3881 closeG788 by Crete.G2914
But not longG4183 after there aroseG906 againstG2596 it a tempestuousG5189 wind,G417 calledG2564 Euroclydon.G2148
And when the shipG4143 was caught,G4884 and couldG1410 not bearG503 up into the wind,G417 we letG1929 her drive.G1929
And runningG5295 underG5295 a certainG5100 islandG3519 which is calledG2564 Clauda,G2802 we had muchG3433 workG3433 G2480 to comeG4031 G1096 by the boat:G4627
WhichG3739 when they had takenG142 up, they usedG5530 helps,G996 under girdingG5269 the ship;G4143 and, fearingG5399 lestG3361 they should fallG1601 intoG1519 the quicksands,G4950 struckG5465 sail,G4632 and soG3779 were driven.G5342
And we being exceedinglyG4971 tossedG5492 with a tempest,G5492 the nextG1836 day they lightenedG1546 G4160 the ship;
And the thirdG5154 day we castG4496 out with our ownG849 handsG849 the tacklingG4631 of the ship.G4143
And when neitherG3383 sunG2246 norG3383 starsG798 in manyG4119 daysG2250 appeared,G2014 and noG3756 smallG3641 tempestG5494 layG1945 onG1945 us, allG3956 hopeG1680 that we should be savedG4982 was thenG3063 takenG4014 away.G4014
But afterG5225 longG4183 abstinenceG776 PaulG3972 stoodG2476 forth in the middleG3319 of them, and said,G2036 Sirs,G435 you shouldG1163 have listenedG3980 to me, and not have loosedG321 from Crete,G2914 and to have gainedG2770 thisG5026 harmG5196 and loss.G2209
And nowG3568 I exhortG3867 you to be of good cheer:G2114 for there shall be noG3762 lossG580 of anyG3762 man's lifeG5590 amongG1537 you, but of the ship.G4143
For there stoodG3936 by me thisG5026 nightG3571 the angelG32 of God,G2316 whoseG3739 I am,G1510 and whomG3739 I serve,G3000
Saying,G3004 FearG5399 not, Paul;G3972 you mustG1163 be broughtG3936 beforeG3936 Caesar:G2541 and, see,G2400 GodG2316 has givenG5483 you allG3956 them that sailG4126 with you.
Why,G1352 sirs,G435 be of good cheer:G2114 for I believeG4100 God,G2316 that it shall be evenG3779 as it was toldG2980 me.
However, we mustG1163 be castG1601 on a certainG5100 island.G3520
But whenG5613 the fourteenthG5065 nightG3571 was come,G1096 as we were drivenG1308 up and downG1308 in Adria,G99 aboutG2596 midnightG3319 G3571 the shipmenG3492 deemedG5282 that they drewG4317 nearG4317 to someG5100 country;G5561
And sounded,G1001 and foundG2147 it twentyG1501 fathoms:G3712 and when they had goneG1339 a littleG1024 further,G1339 they soundedG1001 again,G3825 and foundG2147 it fifteenG1178 fathoms.G3712
ThenG5037 fearingG5399 lestG3381 we should have fallenG1601 on rocks,G5138 G5117 they castG4496 fourG5064 anchorsG45 out of the stern,G4403 and wishedG2172 for the day.G2250
And as the shipmenG3492 were aboutG2212 to fleeG5343 out of the ship,G4143 when they had letG5465 downG5465 the boatG4627 intoG1519 the sea,G2281 under colorG4392 as though they wouldG3195 have castG1614 anchors out of the bow,G4408
PaulG3972 saidG2036 to the centurionG1543 and to the soldiers,G4757 ExceptG3362 theseG3778 abideG3306 in the ship,G4143 you cannotG3756 G1410 be saved.G4982
ThenG5119 the soldiersG4757 cutG609 offG609 the ropesG4979 of the boat,G4627 and letG1439 her fallG1601 off.G1601
And whileG891 G3739 the dayG2250 was comingG3195 G1096 on, PaulG3972 soughtG3870 them allG537 to takeG3335 meat,G5160 saying,G3004 ThisG4594 dayG4594 is the fourteenthG5065 dayG2250 that you have tarriedG4328 and continuedG1300 fasting,G777 having takenG4355 nothing.G3367
WhyG1352 I prayG3870 you to takeG4355 some meat:G5160 for thisG5124 is for yourG5212 health:G4991 for there shall not an hairG2359 fallG4098 from the headG2776 of anyG3762 of you.
And when he had thusG5023 spoken,G2036 he tookG2983 bread,G740 and gave thanksG2168 to GodG2316 in presenceG1799 of them all:G3956 and when he had brokenG2806 it, he beganG756 to eat.G2068
ThenG1161 were they allG3956 of good cheer,G2114 and they alsoG2532 tookG4355 some meat.G5160
And we were in allG3956 in the shipG4143 twoG1250 hundredG1250 three scoreG1440 and sixteenG1440 G1803 souls.G5590
And when they had eatenG2880 enough,G2880 they lightenedG2893 the ship,G4143 and castG1544 out the wheatG4621 intoG1519 the sea.G2281
And whenG3753 it was day,G2250 they knewG1921 not the land:G1093 but they discoveredG2657 a certainG5100 creekG2859 with a shore,G123 intoG1519 the whichG3739 they were minded,G1014 ifG1487 it were possible,G1410 to thrustG1856 in the ship.G4143
And when they had takenG4014 up the anchors,G45 they committedG1439 themselves to the sea,G2281 and loosedG447 the rudderG4079 bands,G2202 and hoistedG1869 up the mainsailG736 to the wind,G4154 and madeG2722 towardG1519 shore.G123
And fallingG4045 intoG1519 a placeG5117 whereG1337 twoG1337 seasG1337 met, they ranG2027 the shipG3491 aground;G2027 and the forepartG4408 stuckG2043 fast, and remainedG3306 unmovable,G761 but the hinderG4403 partG4403 was brokenG3089 with the violenceG970 of the waves.G2949
And the soldiers'G4757 counselG1012 was to killG615 the prisoners,G1202 lestG3361 anyG5100 of them should swimG1579 out, and escape.G1309
But the centurion,G1543 willingG1014 to saveG1295 Paul,G3972 keptG2967 them from their purpose;G1013 and commandedG2753 that they which couldG1410 swimG2860 should castG641 themselves firstG4413 into the sea, and getG1826 to land:G1093
And the rest,G3062 someG3588 G3303 onG1909 boards,G4548 and someG1161 onG1909 brokenG3089 pieces of the ship.G4143 And soG3779 it cameG1096 to pass, that they escapedG1295 allG3956 safeG1295 to land.G1093