Thematic Bible




Thematic Bible



And having in removed the anchors, they let go into the sea, at the same time having let loose the bonds of the rudders, and having lifted up the mizen mast, they held with the blast to the coast. And having fallen into a place between two seas, they caused the ship to strike; and truly the prow, fixed firmly, remained undisturbed, but the stern was loosed by force of the waves. And the soldiers' counsel was that they kill the prisoners, lest any, having swum away, may escape. read more.
But the centurion wishing to save Paul, hindered from the resolution; and he commanded those being able to swim, having cast off first, to come to land: And the rest, truly some on boards, and some on certain things from the ship. And so it was, all were saved upon the land.


They shall go down to the sea in ships, doing work in many waters. They saw the works of Jehovah, and his wonders in the deep. And he will say, and he will cause the spirit of storm to stand up, and its waves will rise up. read more.
They will go up to the heavens, they will go down to the depths: their soul will be melted with evil. They will reel and stagger as he intoxicated, and all their wisdom will be swallowed down. And they will cry to Jehovah in straits to them, and he will bring them forth from their distresses. He will set the storm for a calm, and their waves will be still And they will be glad that they will subside, and he will guide them to the harbor of their desire.

And the seamen will fear, and they will cry each to his God, and they cast down the vessels which were in the ship into the sea to lighten from them. And Jonah went down to the sides of the ship, and he will lie down and snore.

Which having taken up, they used helps, undergirding the ship: and fearing lest they might fall through into the quicksand, having loosened the vessel, so were they borne away. And we being exceedingly tempest tossed, the following day they made a casting of the cargo overboard; And the third, working with our bands, we cast out the rigging of the ship. read more.
And neither sun nor stars appearing for many days, and no small tempest impending, finally all hope for us to be saved was removed. And there being much abstinence from food, then Paul having stood in the midst of them, said, Truly it was fitting, O men, having obeyed me, not to be conveyed from Crete, and gain this violence and damage. And now I advise you to be cheerful: for there shall be no throwing away of soul from you, but of the ship. For the messenger of God stood by me in this night, whose I am, and whom I serve, Saying, Fear not, Paul; Thou must stand before Caesar: and, behold, God has bestowed on thee as a gift all these sailing with thee. Wherefore, O men, be cheerful: for I believe God, that so it shall be as he has spoken to me. But we must fall upon a certain island. And when it was the fourteenth night, we being carried up and down in Adria, at midnight the sailors supposed some country brought near them; And having sounded, they found twenty fathoms; and having removed a little, and again having sounded, they found fifteen fathoms. And fearing lest perhaps we might fall through into rough places, having cast four anchors from the stern, prayed for day to come. And the sailors seeking to flee out of the ship, and having loosened the boat to the sea, for a pretext as about to extend the anchors from the prow, Paul said to the centurion and to the soldiers, Except these should remain in the ship, ye cannot be saved. Then the soldiers cut off the ropes of the boat, and suffered it to fall off. And till it was about to be day, Paul besought all to take food, saying, Awaiting this day the fourteenth day, ye continue fasting, having taken nothing. Wherefore I beseech you to take food: for this is for your salvation: for not a hair of the head of one of you shall fall. And having said these, and having taken bread, he returned thanks to God before all: and having broken, he began to eat. And all being cheerful, these also received food. And we were, all the souls in the ship, two hundred and seventy-six. And satisfied with food, they lightened the ship, casting out the wheat into the sea. And when it was day, they knew not the land: and they observed a certain deep bay having a coast, into which they resolved, if able, to push the ship. And having in removed the anchors, they let go into the sea, at the same time having let loose the bonds of the rudders, and having lifted up the mizen mast, they held with the blast to the coast. And having fallen into a place between two seas, they caused the ship to strike; and truly the prow, fixed firmly, remained undisturbed, but the stern was loosed by force of the waves. And the soldiers' counsel was that they kill the prisoners, lest any, having swum away, may escape. But the centurion wishing to save Paul, hindered from the resolution; and he commanded those being able to swim, having cast off first, to come to land: And the rest, truly some on boards, and some on certain things from the ship. And so it was, all were saved upon the land.


And after not much a violent wind struck against it, called Enroclydon. And the ship having been caught, and not able to resist the wind, yielding we were carried away. And having run under a certain island called Clauda, with difficulty were we able to be commanding the boat: read more.
Which having taken up, they used helps, undergirding the ship: and fearing lest they might fall through into the quicksand, having loosened the vessel, so were they borne away. And we being exceedingly tempest tossed, the following day they made a casting of the cargo overboard; And the third, working with our bands, we cast out the rigging of the ship. And neither sun nor stars appearing for many days, and no small tempest impending, finally all hope for us to be saved was removed. And there being much abstinence from food, then Paul having stood in the midst of them, said, Truly it was fitting, O men, having obeyed me, not to be conveyed from Crete, and gain this violence and damage. And now I advise you to be cheerful: for there shall be no throwing away of soul from you, but of the ship. For the messenger of God stood by me in this night, whose I am, and whom I serve, Saying, Fear not, Paul; Thou must stand before Caesar: and, behold, God has bestowed on thee as a gift all these sailing with thee. Wherefore, O men, be cheerful: for I believe God, that so it shall be as he has spoken to me. But we must fall upon a certain island. And when it was the fourteenth night, we being carried up and down in Adria, at midnight the sailors supposed some country brought near them; And having sounded, they found twenty fathoms; and having removed a little, and again having sounded, they found fifteen fathoms. And fearing lest perhaps we might fall through into rough places, having cast four anchors from the stern, prayed for day to come. And the sailors seeking to flee out of the ship, and having loosened the boat to the sea, for a pretext as about to extend the anchors from the prow, Paul said to the centurion and to the soldiers, Except these should remain in the ship, ye cannot be saved. Then the soldiers cut off the ropes of the boat, and suffered it to fall off. And till it was about to be day, Paul besought all to take food, saying, Awaiting this day the fourteenth day, ye continue fasting, having taken nothing. Wherefore I beseech you to take food: for this is for your salvation: for not a hair of the head of one of you shall fall. And having said these, and having taken bread, he returned thanks to God before all: and having broken, he began to eat. And all being cheerful, these also received food. And we were, all the souls in the ship, two hundred and seventy-six. And satisfied with food, they lightened the ship, casting out the wheat into the sea. And when it was day, they knew not the land: and they observed a certain deep bay having a coast, into which they resolved, if able, to push the ship. And having in removed the anchors, they let go into the sea, at the same time having let loose the bonds of the rudders, and having lifted up the mizen mast, they held with the blast to the coast. And having fallen into a place between two seas, they caused the ship to strike; and truly the prow, fixed firmly, remained undisturbed, but the stern was loosed by force of the waves. And the soldiers' counsel was that they kill the prisoners, lest any, having swum away, may escape. But the centurion wishing to save Paul, hindered from the resolution; and he commanded those being able to swim, having cast off first, to come to land: And the rest, truly some on boards, and some on certain things from the ship. And so it was, all were saved upon the land.


And after not much a violent wind struck against it, called Enroclydon. And the ship having been caught, and not able to resist the wind, yielding we were carried away. And having run under a certain island called Clauda, with difficulty were we able to be commanding the boat: read more.
Which having taken up, they used helps, undergirding the ship: and fearing lest they might fall through into the quicksand, having loosened the vessel, so were they borne away. And we being exceedingly tempest tossed, the following day they made a casting of the cargo overboard; And the third, working with our bands, we cast out the rigging of the ship. And neither sun nor stars appearing for many days, and no small tempest impending, finally all hope for us to be saved was removed. And there being much abstinence from food, then Paul having stood in the midst of them, said, Truly it was fitting, O men, having obeyed me, not to be conveyed from Crete, and gain this violence and damage. And now I advise you to be cheerful: for there shall be no throwing away of soul from you, but of the ship. For the messenger of God stood by me in this night, whose I am, and whom I serve, Saying, Fear not, Paul; Thou must stand before Caesar: and, behold, God has bestowed on thee as a gift all these sailing with thee. Wherefore, O men, be cheerful: for I believe God, that so it shall be as he has spoken to me. But we must fall upon a certain island. And when it was the fourteenth night, we being carried up and down in Adria, at midnight the sailors supposed some country brought near them; And having sounded, they found twenty fathoms; and having removed a little, and again having sounded, they found fifteen fathoms. And fearing lest perhaps we might fall through into rough places, having cast four anchors from the stern, prayed for day to come. And the sailors seeking to flee out of the ship, and having loosened the boat to the sea, for a pretext as about to extend the anchors from the prow, Paul said to the centurion and to the soldiers, Except these should remain in the ship, ye cannot be saved. Then the soldiers cut off the ropes of the boat, and suffered it to fall off. And till it was about to be day, Paul besought all to take food, saying, Awaiting this day the fourteenth day, ye continue fasting, having taken nothing. Wherefore I beseech you to take food: for this is for your salvation: for not a hair of the head of one of you shall fall. And having said these, and having taken bread, he returned thanks to God before all: and having broken, he began to eat. And all being cheerful, these also received food. And we were, all the souls in the ship, two hundred and seventy-six. And satisfied with food, they lightened the ship, casting out the wheat into the sea. And when it was day, they knew not the land: and they observed a certain deep bay having a coast, into which they resolved, if able, to push the ship. And having in removed the anchors, they let go into the sea, at the same time having let loose the bonds of the rudders, and having lifted up the mizen mast, they held with the blast to the coast. And having fallen into a place between two seas, they caused the ship to strike; and truly the prow, fixed firmly, remained undisturbed, but the stern was loosed by force of the waves. And the soldiers' counsel was that they kill the prisoners, lest any, having swum away, may escape. But the centurion wishing to save Paul, hindered from the resolution; and he commanded those being able to swim, having cast off first, to come to land: And the rest, truly some on boards, and some on certain things from the ship. And so it was, all were saved upon the land.


Saying to them, Men, I see that with violence and much damage, not only of the cargo and ship, but also of our lives, the voyage is about to be.

And we being exceedingly tempest tossed, the following day they made a casting of the cargo overboard; And the third, working with our bands, we cast out the rigging of the ship. And neither sun nor stars appearing for many days, and no small tempest impending, finally all hope for us to be saved was removed. read more.
And there being much abstinence from food, then Paul having stood in the midst of them, said, Truly it was fitting, O men, having obeyed me, not to be conveyed from Crete, and gain this violence and damage. And now I advise you to be cheerful: for there shall be no throwing away of soul from you, but of the ship. For the messenger of God stood by me in this night, whose I am, and whom I serve, Saying, Fear not, Paul; Thou must stand before Caesar: and, behold, God has bestowed on thee as a gift all these sailing with thee. Wherefore, O men, be cheerful: for I believe God, that so it shall be as he has spoken to me. But we must fall upon a certain island. And when it was the fourteenth night, we being carried up and down in Adria, at midnight the sailors supposed some country brought near them; And having sounded, they found twenty fathoms; and having removed a little, and again having sounded, they found fifteen fathoms. And fearing lest perhaps we might fall through into rough places, having cast four anchors from the stern, prayed for day to come. And the sailors seeking to flee out of the ship, and having loosened the boat to the sea, for a pretext as about to extend the anchors from the prow, Paul said to the centurion and to the soldiers, Except these should remain in the ship, ye cannot be saved. Then the soldiers cut off the ropes of the boat, and suffered it to fall off. And till it was about to be day, Paul besought all to take food, saying, Awaiting this day the fourteenth day, ye continue fasting, having taken nothing. Wherefore I beseech you to take food: for this is for your salvation: for not a hair of the head of one of you shall fall. And having said these, and having taken bread, he returned thanks to God before all: and having broken, he began to eat. And all being cheerful, these also received food. And we were, all the souls in the ship, two hundred and seventy-six. And satisfied with food, they lightened the ship, casting out the wheat into the sea. And when it was day, they knew not the land: and they observed a certain deep bay having a coast, into which they resolved, if able, to push the ship. And having in removed the anchors, they let go into the sea, at the same time having let loose the bonds of the rudders, and having lifted up the mizen mast, they held with the blast to the coast. And having fallen into a place between two seas, they caused the ship to strike; and truly the prow, fixed firmly, remained undisturbed, but the stern was loosed by force of the waves. And the soldiers' counsel was that they kill the prisoners, lest any, having swum away, may escape. But the centurion wishing to save Paul, hindered from the resolution; and he commanded those being able to swim, having cast off first, to come to land: And the rest, truly some on boards, and some on certain things from the ship. And so it was, all were saved upon the land.


And when it was determined for us to sail to Italy, they delivered Paul and certain others bound to a centurion named Julius, of Augustus' band.

And a suitable time having intervened, and sailing being already dangerous, for the fast had already passed by, Paul advised,

Thy cords were broken in pieces; they will not well strengthen their mast; they spread not the flag: then was the prey of a great spoil divided; the lame plundered the plunder.

Which having taken up, they used helps, undergirding the ship: and fearing lest they might fall through into the quicksand, having loosened the vessel, so were they borne away.

And having in removed the anchors, they let go into the sea, at the same time having let loose the bonds of the rudders, and having lifted up the mizen mast, they held with the blast to the coast.



And having in removed the anchors, they let go into the sea, at the same time having let loose the bonds of the rudders, and having lifted up the mizen mast, they held with the blast to the coast.

And fearing lest perhaps we might fall through into rough places, having cast four anchors from the stern, prayed for day to come. And the sailors seeking to flee out of the ship, and having loosened the boat to the sea, for a pretext as about to extend the anchors from the prow,


And having in removed the anchors, they let go into the sea, at the same time having let loose the bonds of the rudders, and having lifted up the mizen mast, they held with the blast to the coast.


And fearing lest perhaps we might fall through into rough places, having cast four anchors from the stern, prayed for day to come.

And having in removed the anchors, they let go into the sea, at the same time having let loose the bonds of the rudders, and having lifted up the mizen mast, they held with the blast to the coast.


And having in removed the anchors, they let go into the sea, at the same time having let loose the bonds of the rudders, and having lifted up the mizen mast, they held with the blast to the coast.