But, a certain man in Caesarea, by name Cornelius, a centurion of the band called Italian, -
Now Philip was found at Azotus; and, passing through, he was telling the glad tidings unto all the cities, until he came unto Caesarea.
Now, when it was determined that we should sail for Italy, they proceeded to deliver Paul, and certain other prisoners, unto a centurion by name Julius, of an Augustan band.
And, when he entered into Capernaum, there came near unto him a centurion, beseeching him,
Then the soldiers of the governor, taking Jesus aside into the judgment-hall, gathered unto him all the band;
Now, the centurion, and those with him watching Jesus, seeing the earthquake and the things coming to pass, were violently affrighted, saying - Truly, God's Son, was, he!
And, the soldiers, led him away, inside the court, which is a judgment-hall, - and called together the whole band;
And, a certain centurion's servant, being sick, was on the point of dying, - who was, by him, highly prized.
Judas, therefore, receiving the band, and officers, from among the High-priests and from amongthe Pharisees, cometh thither, with lights and torches and weapons.
The band, therefore, and the captain, and the officers of the Jews, apprehended Jesus, and bound him,
and, on the morrow departing, we came to Caesarea, and, entering into the house of Philip the evangelist, who was of the seven, we abode with him.
But, when they had stretched him out with straps, Paul said unto the by-standing centurion - A Roman, and uncondemned, is it allowed you to be scourging?
And calling certain two of the centurions he said - Make ye ready two hundred soldiers, that they may journey as far as Caesarea, - and seventy horsemen, and two hundred spearmen, by the third hour of the night;
and the others, entering into Caesarea, and delivering the letter unto the governor, set, Paul also, before him.
Festus, therefore, having come upon the province, after three days, went up unto Jerusalem from Caesarea;
And, some days having gone by, Agrippa the king and Bernice came down to Caesarea, to salute Festus.
but, the centurion, being minded to bring Paul safely through, hindered them of their purpose, and ordered such as were able to swim, to cast themselves overboard and, get first to the land, -
Paul said unto the centurion, and unto the soldiers - Except, these, abide in the ship, ye yourselves, cannot be saved!