Parallel Verses

The Emphasized Bible

He, however, shaking of the brute into the fire, suffered no harm;

New American Standard Bible

However he shook the creature off into the fire and suffered no harm.

King James Version

And he shook off the beast into the fire, and felt no harm.

Holman Bible

However, he shook the creature off into the fire and suffered no harm.

International Standard Version

But he shook the snake into the fire and wasn't harmed.

A Conservative Version

Indeed therefore having shaken off the creature into the fire, he experienced nothing harmful.

American Standard Version

Howbeit he shook off the creature into the fire, and took no harm.

Amplified

Then Paul [simply] shook the creature off into the fire and suffered no ill effects.

An Understandable Version

However, Paul shook off the creature into the fire without suffering any harm.

Anderson New Testament

Then he shook the reptile from him into the fire, and suffered no harm.

Bible in Basic English

But shaking off the beast into the fire, he got no damage.

Common New Testament

However he shook the creature off into the fire and suffered no harm.

Daniel Mace New Testament

but Paul shook off the animal into the fire without having receiv'd any hurt.

Darby Translation

He however, having shaken off the beast into the fire, felt no harm.

Godbey New Testament

Then indeed, having shaken off the beast into the fire, he suffered no injury:

Goodspeed New Testament

But he only shook the creature off into the fire and was unharmed.

John Wesley New Testament

But having shaken off the venomous animal into the fire, he felt no harm.

Julia Smith Translation

Who truly then, having shaken off the beast into the fire, suffered nothing evil.

King James 2000

And he shook off the creature into the fire, and felt no harm.

Lexham Expanded Bible

He, in turn, shook off the creature into the fire [and] suffered no harm.

Modern King James verseion

Then indeed he shook off the creature into the fire, suffering no harm.

Modern Spelling Tyndale-Coverdale

But he shook off the vermin into the fire, and felt no harm.

Moffatt New Testament

However, he shook off the creature into the fire and was not a whit the worse.

Montgomery New Testament

However, he shook off the reptile into the fire and received no harm.

NET Bible

However, Paul shook the creature off into the fire and suffered no harm.

New Heart English Bible

However he shook off the creature into the fire, and was not harmed.

Noyes New Testament

He, however, shaking off the animal into the fire suffered no harm.

Sawyer New Testament

Then shaking off the creature into the fire he suffered no harm;

Thomas Haweis New Testament

But he then shaking off the venomous animal into the fire, suffered no manner of inconvenience.

Twentieth Century New Testament

However, Paul shook the creature off into the fire and took no harm.

Webster

And he shook off the animal into the fire, and felt no harm.

Weymouth New Testament

He, however, shook the reptile off into the fire and was unhurt.

Williams New Testament

But he simply shook the reptile off into the fire and suffered no harm.

World English Bible

However he shook off the creature into the fire, and wasn't harmed.

Worrell New Testament

He, therefore, having shaken off the beast into the fire, suffered no harm;

Worsley New Testament

But he shook off the creature into the fire, and suffered no hurt.

Youngs Literal Translation

he then, indeed, having shaken off the beast into the fire, suffered no evil,

Interlinear

English(KJV)
Strong's
Root Form
Definition
Usage
And
οὖν 
Oun 
therefore, then, so, and, now, wherefore, but, not tr,
Usage: 417

he shook off
ἀποτινάσσω 
Apotinasso 
Usage: 1

the beast
θηρίον 
therion 
Usage: 46

εἰς 
Eis 
into, to, unto, for, in, on, toward, against,
Usage: 1267

the fire
πῦρ 
Pur 
Usage: 53

and felt
πάσχω πάθω πένθω 
Pascho 
Usage: 32

no
οὐδείς 
Oudeis 
Usage: 160

References

American

Morish

Smith

Context Readings

Paul On Malta

4 And, when the natives saw the brute hanging out from his hand, they began to say, one to another - Doubtless, this man is, a murderer, whom, though brought safely through out of the sea, Justice, hath not suffered, to live. 5 He, however, shaking of the brute into the fire, suffered no harm; 6 whereas, they, were expecting, that he was about to become inflamed, or to fall down suddenly dead; - but, when they had been long expecting, and had observed, nothing unusual, happening unto him, they changed their minds, and began to say he was a god.


Cross References

Luke 10:19

Lo! I have given you the authority - to be treading upon serpents and scorpions, and over all the power of the enemy, and, nothing, unto you, shall in anywise do harm;

Numbers 21:6-9

And Yahweh sent among the people the poisonous serpents, and they bit the people, - and much people out of Israel died.

Psalm 91:13

On the lion and adder, shalt thou tread, Shalt trample on young lion and crocodile.

John 3:14-15

And, just as, Moses, lifted up the serpent in the desert, so, must, the Son of Man, be lifted up, -

Romans 16:20

Howbeit, the God of peace, will crush Satan under your feet shortly. The favour of our Lord Jesus, be with you.

Revelation 9:3-4

And, out of the smoke, came forth, locusts, upon the earth; and there was given unto them licence, as the scorpions of the earth have licence.

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