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Etheridge < < Acts 27 > > Murdock

1 Paul shipping toward Rome, 10 foretelleth of the danger of the voyage, 11 but is not believed. 14 They are tossed to and fro with tempest, 41 and suffer shipwreck; 22, 34, 44 yet all come safe to land.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:1 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:1 Comment Online 27:1 And Festos commanded concerning him that he should be sent unto Caesar in Italia. And he delivered Paulos, and other prisoners with him, to a certain man, a centurion of the band of Sebaste, whose name was Julios.

  

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:1 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:1 Comment Online 27:1 And Festus commanded, respecting him, that he should be sent to Italy, unto Caesar. And he delivered Paul, and other prisoners with him, to a certain man, a centurion of the Augustan cohort, whose name was Julius.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:2 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:2 Comment Online 27:2 And when he would proceed, we went down to a ship which was from Adramantos the city, to go to the region of Asia. And Aristarkos, a Makedonoya who was of Thessalunike the city, entered the ship with us.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:2 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:2 Comment Online 27:2 And when we were to depart, we embarked in a ship which was from the city of Adramyttium, and was going to the country of Asia. And there embarked with us in the ship, Aristarchus, a Macedonian of the city of Thessalonica.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:3 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:3 Comment Online 27:3 And the day after we came to Tsaidon. And the centurion behaved with kindness towards Paulos, and permitted him to go to his friends and be refreshed.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:3 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:3 Comment Online 27:3 And the next day, we arrived at Zidon. And the centurion treated Paul with kindness, and permitted him to visit his friends and be refreshed.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:4 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:4 Comment Online 27:4 And from thence we voyaged; and because the winds were contrary we made a circuit unto Cypros.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:4 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:4 Comment Online 27:4 And on sailing from there, because the winds were against us, we sailed around to Cyprus.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:5 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:5 Comment Online 27:5 And we went through the sea of Cilicia and of Pamphulia, and came to Mura, a city of Lukia.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:5 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:5 Comment Online 27:5 And we passed over the sea of Cilicia and Pamphylia, and arrived at Myra, a city of Lycia.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:6 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:6 Comment Online 27:6 And the centurion found there a ship from Aleksandria which was going to Italia, and he placed us in her.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:6 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:6 Comment Online 27:6 And there the centurion found a ship of Alexandria, which was going to Italy; and he set us on board of it.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:7 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:7 Comment Online 27:7 And because she sailed heavily, (after) many days we had scarce come over against Knidos the island, and as the wind did not permit us to go directly, we went round by Kreta against Salmona the city;

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:7 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:7 Comment Online 27:7 And as it was hard navigating, we had scarcely arrived, after many days, over against the isle of Cnidos. And, because the wind would not allow us to pursue a straight course, we sailed around by Crete, [and came] opposite the city of Salmone.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:8 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:8 Comment Online 27:8 and hardly-voyaging we passing around it came to the place which is called the Fair Havens.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:8 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:8 Comment Online 27:8 And with difficulty, after sailing about it, we arrived at a place called the Fair Havens, near to which was the city called Lassa.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:9 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:9 Comment Online 27:9 ¶ AND it was nigh to the city named Lasia. And we were there much time, until the day when the day of the fast of the Jihudoyee had also passed, and there had become danger for one to voyage by sea. And Paulos counselled them

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:9 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:9 Comment Online 27:9 And we were there a long time, and till after the day of the Jewish fast. And it was hazardous [then] for any one to go by sea; and Paul counselled them,

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:10 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:10 Comment Online 27:10 and said, Men, I perceive that with distress and much loss we are to voyage, not only to the burden of the ship, but also to our own lives.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:10 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:10 Comment Online 27:10 and said: Men, I perceive that our voyage will be [attended] with peril, and with much loss, not only of the cargo of our ship, but also of our lives.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:11 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:11 Comment Online 27:11 But the centurion hearkened to the governor and to the lord of the ship rather than to the counsel of Paulos.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:11 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:11 Comment Online 27:11 But the centurion listened to the pilot, and to the owner of the ship, more than to the words of Paul.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:12 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:12 Comment Online 27:12 And because that haven was not convenient to winter in, many of us desired to proceed thence, and if possible to come and winter in a certain harbour in Kreta, called Phoniks, and which looked to the south.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:12 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:12 Comment Online 27:12 And, because that harbor was not commodious for wintering in, many of us were desirous to sail from it, and if possible, to reach and to winter in a certain harbor of Crete, which was called Phenice, and which opened towards the south.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:13 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:13 Comment Online 27:13 And when the wind of the south blew, and we thought we could come as we desired, we sailed round Kreta.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:13 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:13 Comment Online 27:13 And when the south wind breezed up, and they hoped to arrive as they desired, we began to sail around Crete.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:14 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:14 Comment Online 27:14 And after a little there came forth against us a blowing of the tempest which is called Tuphonikos Euroklidon;

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:14 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:14 Comment Online 27:14 And shortly after, a tempest of wind arose upon us, called Typhonic Euroclydon.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:15 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:15 Comment Online 27:15 and the ship was carried away, and could not stand against the wind, and we gave her into its hand.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:15 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:15 Comment Online 27:15 And the ship was whirled about by the wind, and could not keep head to it; and we resigned [the ship] to its power.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:16 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:16 Comment Online 27:16 And when we had passed a certain isle that is called Cyra; we could scarcely take up the boat.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:16 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:16 Comment Online 27:16 And when we had passed a certain island, called Cyra, we could hardly retain the boat.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:17 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:17 Comment Online 27:17 And when we had uplifted her, we girded and strengthened the ship. And because we feared lest we should fall into the precipitancy of the sea, we brought down the sails, and so went forward.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:17 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:17 Comment Online 27:17 And after hoisting it [on board], we girded the ship around [the waist], and made it strong. And, because we were afraid of falling upon a precipice of the sea, we pulled own the sail; and so we drifted.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:18 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:18 Comment Online 27:18 And while there rose against us the hard tempest, the next day we threw the goods into the sea.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:18 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:18 Comment Online 27:18 And as the storm raged violently upon us, we the next day threw goods into the sea.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:19 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:19 Comment Online 27:19 And the third day the things of the ship itself we cast forth.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:19 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:19 Comment Online 27:19 And on the third day, with our own hands, we threw away the tackling of the ship.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:20 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:20 Comment Online 27:20 And when the storm had held more days, and neither the sun was seen, nor the moon, nor stars, the hope that we should be saved at all was cut off.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:20 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:20 Comment Online 27:20 And as the storm held on for many days, and as no sun was visible, nor moon, nor stars, all hope of our surviving was wholly cut off.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:21 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:21 Comment Online 27:21 And while no man had taken any food, then stood Paulos among them, and said, Men, if you had been persuaded by me, you would not have voyaged from Kreta, and we should have been exempted from loss, and from this distress.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:21 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:21 Comment Online 27:21 And as no one had taken a meal of food, Paul now stood up in the midst of them, and said: If ye had given heed to me, O men, we should not have sailed from Crete, and we should have been exempt from this loss and peril.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:22 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:22 Comment Online 27:22 Yet now I counsel you to be without anxiety; for not one of you will perish, but the ship only.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:22 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:22 Comment Online 27:22 And now, I counsel you to be without anxiety; for not a soul of you will be lost, but only the ship.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:23 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:23 Comment Online 27:23 For in this night there appeared to me the angel of Aloha, (of) him whose I am, and whom I serve.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:23 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:23 Comment Online 27:23 For there appeared to me this night, the angel of that God whose I am, and whom I serve;

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:24 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:24 Comment Online 27:24 And he said to me, Fear not, Paulos, for thou art to stand before Caesar; and, behold, Aloha hath given thee the gift of all who voyage with thee.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:24 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:24 Comment Online 27:24 and he said to me: Fear not, Paul; for thou art yet to stand before Caesar; and, lo, God hath made a gift to thee of all them that sail with thee.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:25 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:25 Comment Online 27:25 Therefore, men, take courage; for I believe Aloha, that so it shall be as he hath told me.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:25 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:25 Comment Online 27:25 Therefore, men, be ye courageous; for I confide in God, that it will be as was told to me.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:26 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:26 Comment Online 27:26 Nevertheless, upon a certain island we have to be cast.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:26 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:26 Comment Online 27:26 Yet we are to be cast upon a certain island.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:27 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:27 Comment Online 27:27 ¶ AND after fourteen days (in) which we had wandered and been beaten in the sea of Hadrios, in the dividing of the night, the mariners thought that we drew nigh to land.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:27 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:27 Comment Online 27:27 And after the fourteen days of our roaming and tossing on the Adriatic sea, at midnight, the sailors conceived that they approached land.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:28 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:28 Comment Online 27:28 And they cast the lead, and found twenty cubits; and again a little they proceeded, and found fifteen cubits.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:28 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:28 Comment Online 27:28 And they cast the lead, and found twenty fathoms. And again they advanced a little, and they found fifteen fathoms.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:29 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:29 Comment Online 27:29 And fearing lest we should be found in a place in which were rocks, they cast forth from the hinder part of the ship four anchors, and prayed that it would become day.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:29 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:29 Comment Online 27:29 And as we feared lest we should be caught in places where were rocks, they cast four anchors from the stern of the ship, and prayed for the morning.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:30 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:30 Comment Online 27:30 But the mariners sought to escape from the ship, and lowered from her the boat into the sea, on the pretext that they would go in her, and bind the ship to the land.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:30 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:30 Comment Online 27:30 And the sailors sought to flee out of the ship. And from it they lowered down the boat into the sea, under pretence that they were going in it to make fast the ship to the land.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:31 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:31 Comment Online 27:31 And when Paulos saw, he said to the centurion and to the soldiers, If these in the ship remain not, you cannot be saved.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:31 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:31 Comment Online 27:31 And when Paul saw [it], he said to the centurion and to the soldiers: Unless these remain in the ship, ye cannot be saved.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:32 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:32 Comment Online 27:32 Then cut the soldiers the cable of the boat from the ship, and let her drive.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:32 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:32 Comment Online 27:32 Then the soldiers cut the boat rope from the ship, and let the boat go adrift.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:33 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:33 Comment Online 27:33 But Paulos himself, until it was morning, persuaded all of them to take food, saying to them, To-day it is fourteen days (in which) from danger you have tasted nothing.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:33 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:33 Comment Online 27:33 And while it was not yet morning, Paul advised them all to take food, saying to them: In consequence of the peril, it is now the fourteenth day that ye have tasted nothing.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:34 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:34 Comment Online 27:34 Wherefore I beseech you receive meat for the establishment of your lives; for a hair of the head of one of you will not perish.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:34 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:34 Comment Online 27:34 Therefore I entreat you, to take food for the sustenance of your life; for not a hair from the head of any of you, will perish.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:35 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:35 Comment Online 27:35 And when these he had said, he took bread, and praised Aloha before them all, and he broke and began to eat.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:35 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:35 Comment Online 27:35 And having said these things, he took bread, and gave glory to God before them all; and he broke [it], and began to eat.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:36 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:36 Comment Online 27:36 And they were all comforted, and received food.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:36 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:36 Comment Online 27:36 And they were all consoled; and they took nourishment.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:37 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:37 Comment Online 27:37 But we were in the ship two hundred and seventy and six souls.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:37 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:37 Comment Online 27:37 And there were of us in the ship two hundred and seventy-six souls.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:38 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:38 Comment Online 27:38 And when they were satisfied with food, they lightened the ship, and took up the wheat and sent it into the sea.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:38 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:38 Comment Online 27:38 And when they were satisfied with food, they lightened the ship, and took the wheat and cast it into the sea.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:39 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:39 Comment Online 27:39 And when it was day, the sailors knew not what land it was; but they saw along the coast a certain inlet of the sea, (into) which they purposed if possible to drive the ship.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:39 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:39 Comment Online 27:39 And when it was day, the sailors knew not what land it was: but they saw on the margin of the land an inlet of the sea; whither, if possible they intended to drive the ship.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:40 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:40 Comment Online 27:40 And they cut the anchors from the ship, and left them in the sea, and they loosed the bands of the oars, and raised a small sail to the wind which blew, and went forward to the face of the land.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:40 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:40 Comment Online 27:40 And they cut away the anchors from the ship, and left them in the sea. And they loosened the bands of the rudder, and hoisted a small sail to the breeze, and made way towards the land.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:41 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:41 Comment Online 27:41 And the ship struck on a high place between two depths of the sea, and infixed herself in it; and her forepart stood upon it, and was immovable, but her afterpart was loosed from the violence of the waves.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:41 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:41 Comment Online 27:41 And the ship struck upon a shoal between two channels of the sea, and stuck fast upon it. And the forward part rested upon it, and was immovable; but the after part was shattered by the violence of the waves.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:42 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:42 Comment Online 27:42 And the soldiers would have killed the prisoners, lest they should cast forth to swim, and escape from them;

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:42 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:42 Comment Online 27:42 And the soldiers were disposed to slay the prisoners; lest they should resort to swimming, and escape from them.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:43 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:43 Comment Online 27:43 and the centurion restrained them from this, because he was willing to save Paulos. And those who could cast forth to swim he commanded to be the first to swim, and to pass to the land.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:43 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:43 Comment Online 27:43 But the centurion kept them from it, because he was desirous to preserve Paul. And those who were able to swim, he commanded to swim off first, and pass to the land.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:44 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:44 Comment Online 27:44 And the rest, on boards, and on other timbers of the ship, passed; and thus all of them escaped to land.

Peshitta Aramaic NT Acts 27:44 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on Acts 27:44 Comment Online 27:44 And the rest, he made to transport themselves on planks, and on other timbers of the ship. And so they all escaped safe to land.

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