'Ship' in the Bible
Finally, the LORD will bring you back to Egypt by ship, a place that I said you'd never see again. There you'll try to sell yourselves to your enemies as male and female slaves, but no one will buy you."
They pass by like a ship made of reeds, like an eagle swooping down on its prey.
The way an eagle flies in the sky, the way of a serpent on a rock, the way of a ship on the high seas, and the way of a man with a young woman.
She is like a seagoing ship that brings her food from far away.
But there the LORD in majesty will be for us our source of broad rivers and streams, where no galley with oars can go, where no stately ship can sail.
"They brought in a ship made with pine planking from Senir, configured with a mast carved from a cedar from Lebanon,
Everyone who handles an oar will abandon ship, they'll head straight for dry land,
But Jonah got up and fled from the LORD to Tarshish. He went down to Joppa, secured passage on a ship bound for Tarshish, paid the fare, and boarded, intending to go with the mariners to Tarshish to escape from the LORD.
Then the LORD sent a great wind over the sea, and a severe storm broke out. It seemed as if the ship were about to break up.
Even so, the crewmen rowed hard to bring the ship toward dry land, but they were unsuccessful, because the sea was growing more and more stormy.
We proceeded to the ship and sailed for Assos, where we intended to pick up Paul. He had arranged it this way, since he had planned to travel there on foot.
They were especially sorrowful because of what he had said that they would never see his face again. Then they took him to the ship.
There we found a ship going across to Phoenicia, so we went aboard and sailed on.
We came in sight of Cyprus, and leaving it on our left, we sailed on to Syria and landed at Tyre because the ship was to unload its cargo there.
and said goodbye to each other. Then we reboarded the ship, and they went back home.
After boarding a ship from Adramyttium that was about to sail to the ports on the coast of Asia, we put out to sea. Aristarchus, a Macedonian from Thessalonica, went with us.
There the centurion found an Alexandrian ship bound for Italy and put us on it.
Much time had been lost, and because navigation had become dangerous and the day of fasting had already past, Paul began to warn those on the ship,
"Men, I see that during this voyage there will be hardship and a heavy loss not only of the cargo and ship, but also of our lives."
But the centurion was persuaded by the pilot and the owner of the ship and not by what Paul said.
The ship was caught so that it couldn't face the wind, and we gave up and were swept along.
The ship's crew pulled it up on deck and used ropes to brace the ship. Fearing that they would hit the large sandbank near Libya, they lowered the sail and drifted along.
But now I urge you to have courage, because there will be no loss of life among you, but only loss of the ship.
Meanwhile, the sailors had begun trying to escape from the ship. They lowered the lifeboat into the sea and pretended that they were going to lay out the anchors from the bow.
After they had eaten all they wanted, they began to lighten the ship by dumping its cargo of wheat into the sea.
When day came, they didn't recognize the land, but they could see a bay with a beach on which they planned to run the ship ashore, if possible.
But they struck a sandbar and ran the ship aground. The bow stuck and couldn't be moved, while the stern was broken to pieces by the force of the waves.
The rest were to follow, some on planks and others on various pieces of the ship. In this way everyone got to shore safely.
Three months later, we continued our sailing onboard an Alexandrian ship that had spent the winter at the island. It had the Twin Brothers as its figurehead.
with faith and a good conscience. By ignoring their consciences, some people have destroyed their faith like a wrecked ship.
Every ship's captain, everyone who traveled by ship, sailors, and everyone who made a living from the sea stood far away. When they saw the smoke rising from the fire that consumed her, they began to cry out, "What city was like that great city?"