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27:1 When it was determined that we were to sail off to Italy, they handed over Paul and some other prisoners to a Roman army captain named Julius of the Imperial Division.

ὡς
G5613
as
δε
G1161
yet
εκριθη
G2919
was-judged
του
G3588
[of]-the
αποπλειν
G636
to-sail-away
ἡμας
G2248
us
εις
G1519
into
την
G3588
the
ιταλιαν
G2482
Italy
παρεδιδουν
G3860
they-handed-over
τον
G3588
the
τε
G5037
both
παυλον
G3972
Paul
και
G2532
and
τινας
G5101
which-ones
ἑτερους
G2087
different
δεσμωτας
G1202
prisoners
ἑκατονταρχη
G1543
[to]-ruler-over-one-hundred
ονοματι
G3686
[to]-name
ιουλιω
G2457
[to]-Julius
σπειρης
G4686
[of]-band
σεβαστης
G4575
[of]-imperial

27:2 We boarded a ship from Adramyttium which was about to depart for stops along the cost of the province of Asia. Aristarchus, a Macedonian from Thessalonica, was with us.

επιβαντες
G1910
stepping-on
δε
G1161
yet
πλοιω
G4143
[to]-ship
αδραμυττηνω
G98
[to]-Adramyttium
μελλοντι
G3195
[to]-intending
πλειν
G4126
to-sail
εις
G1519
into
τους
G3588
the
κατα
G2596
down
την
G3588
the
ασιαν
G773
Asia
τοπους
G5117
places
ανηχθημεν
G321
we-were-led-up
οντος
G5607
[of]-being
συν
G4862
together-with
ἡμιν
G2254
[to]-us
αρισταρχου
G708
[of]-Aristarchus
μακεδονος
G3110
[of]-Macedonian
θεσσαλονικεως
G2331
[of]-Thessalonica

27:3 On another day we were taken down to Sidon. Julius was kind to Paul and allowed him to visit friends to care for his needs.

τη
G3588
[to]-the
τε
G5037
both
ἑτερα
G2087
different
κατηχθημεν
G2609
we-were-led-down
εις
G1519
into
σιδωνα
G4605
Sidon
φιλανθρωπως
G5364
humanely
τε
G5037
both

G3588
the
ιουλιος
G2457
Julius
τω
G3588
[to]-the
παυλω
G3972
[to]-Paul
χρησαμενος
G5530
using
επετρεψεν
G2010
permitted
προς
G4314
toward
τους
G3588
the
φιλους
G5384
friends
πορευθεντι
G4198
[to]-being-gone
επιμελειας
G1958
[of]-care
τυχειν
G5177
to-happen-upon

27:4 Setting out from there, we sailed near the lee of Cyprus because the winds were against us.

κακειθεν
G2547
subsequently
αναχθεντες
G321
being-led-up
ὑπεπλευσαμεν
G5284
we-sailed-under
την
G3588
the
κυπρον
G2954
Cyprus
δια
G1223
through
το
G3588
the
τους
G3588
the
ανεμους
G417
winds
ειναι
G1511
to-be
εναντιους
G1727
hostile

27:5 Then we went out to the open sea off Cilicia and Pamphylia, then down to Myra of Lycia.

το
G3588
the
τε
G5037
both
πελαγος
G3989
open-sea
το
G3588
the
κατα
G2596
down
την
G3588
the
κιλικιαν
G2791
Cilicia
και
G2532
and
παμφυλιαν
G3828
Pamphylia
διαπλευσαντες
G1277
sailing-through
κατηλθομεν
G2718
we-descended
εις
G1519
into
μυρα
G3460
Myra
της
G3588
[of]-the
λυκιας
G3073
[of]-Lycia

27:6 The Roman army captain found an Alexandrian ship there which was headed to Italy, and he put us on board.

κακει
G2546
and-there
εὑρων
G2147
finding

G3588
the
ἑκατονταρχης
G1543
ruler-over-one-hundred
πλοιον
G4143
ship
αλεξανδρινον
G222
Alexandrian
πλεον
G4119
more
εις
G1519
into
την
G3588
the
ιταλιαν
G2482
Italy
ενεβιβασεν
G1688
placed-on
ἡμας
G2248
us
εις
G1519
into
αυτο
G846
it

27:7 Sailing was very slow for many days, and we were barely able to reach Cnidus. But the winds were unfavorable for us to leave there, so we sailed along the lee of Crete across from Salome.

εν
G1722
in
ἱκαναις
G2425
[of]-competent
δε
G1161
yet
ἡμεραις
G2250
[to]-days
βραδυπλοουντες
G1020
sailing-slowly
και
G2532
and
μολις
G3433
hardly
γενομενοι
G1096
coming-to-be
κατα
G2596
down
την
G3588
the
κνιδον
G2834
Cnidus
μη
G3361
not
προσεωντος
G4330
[of]-permitting-progress
ἡμας
G2248
us
του
G3588
[of]-the
ανεμου
G417
[of]-wind
ὑπεπλευσαμεν
G5284
we-sailed-under
την
G3588
the
κρητην
G2914
Crete
κατα
G2596
down
σαλμωνην
G4534
Salmone

27:8 We sailed along the coast with great difficulty until we came to a place called Fair Harbors near the city of Lasea.

μολις
G3433
hardly
τε
G5037
both
παραλεγομενοι
G3881
sailing-alongside
αυτην
G846
herself
ηλθομεν
G2064
we-came
εις
G1519
into
τοπον
G5117
spot
τινα
G5101
whom
καλουμενον
G2564
being-called
καλους
G2570
beautiful
λιμενας
G3040
harbors

G3739
[to]-whom
εγγυς
G1451
near
πολις
G4172
city
ην
G2258
was
λασαια
G2996
Lasea

27:9 Now since so much time had passed and sailing was already hazardous, and since Paul had already missed The Fast, he pleaded with them:

ἱκανου
G2425
[of]-competent
δε
G1161
yet
χρονου
G5550
[of]-time
διαγενομενου
G1230
[of]-elapsing
και
G2532
and
οντος
G5607
[of]-being
ηδη
G2235
already
επισφαλους
G2000
[of]-hazardous
του
G3588
[of]-the
πλοος
G4144
[of]-voyage
δια
G1223
through
το
G3588
the
και
G2532
and
την
G3588
the
νηστειαν
G3521
fast
ηδη
G2235
already
παρεληλυθεναι
G3928
to-have-gone-beside
παρηνει
G3867
urged

G3588
the
παυλος
G3972
Paul

27:10 “Gentlemen, it seems to me that sailing is going to result in much damage and loss, not only of the cargo and ship, but also of our lives.”

λεγων
G3004
saying
αυτοις
G846
[to]-them
ανδρες
G435
men
θεωρω
G2334
I-am-viewing
ὁτι
G3754
since
μετα
G3326
with
ὑβρεως
G5196
arrogance
και
G2532
and
πολλης
G4183
[of]-many
ζημιας
G2209
[of]-loss
ου
G3756
not
μονον
G3440
only
του
G3588
[of]-the
φορτιου
G5413
[of]-load
και
G2532
and
του
G3588
[of]-the
πλοιου
G4143
[of]-ship
αλλα
G235
but
και
G2532
and
των
G3588
[of]-the
ψυχων
G5590
[of]-souls
ἡμων
G2257
[of]-us
μελλειν
G3195
to-intend
εσεσθαι
G1526
to-be-in-future
τον
G3588
the
πλουν
G4144
voyage

27:11 But the Roman army captain was persuaded by the navigator and the one who chartered the ship over what Paul had said.


G3588
the
δε
G1161
yet
ἑκατονταρχης
G1543
ruler-over-one-hundred
τω
G3588
[to]-the
κυβερνητη
G2942
[to]-sea-captain
και
G2532
and
τω
G3588
[to]-the
ναυκληρω
G3490
[to]-charterer
μαλλον
G3123
rather
επειθετο
G3982
was-persuaded
η
G2228
or-else
τοις
G3588
[to]-those
ὑπο
G5259
under
παυλου
G3972
[of]-Paul
λεγομενοις
G3004
[to]-being-said

27:12 The harbor was unfit for making berth for the winter, so the majority decided to set out from there in the hope that they might be able to spend the winter at Phoenix. It was a harbor at Crete which faced both northwest and southwest.

ανευθετου
G428
unfit
δε
G1161
yet
του
G3588
[of]-the
λιμενος
G3040
[of]-harbor
ὑπαρχοντος
G5225
[of]-possession
προς
G4314
toward
παραχειμασιαν
G3915
winter-in
οἱ
G3588
the
πλειονες
G4119
more
εθεντο
G5087
they-were-placed
βουλην
G1012
motive
αναχθηναι
G321
to-be-led-up
εκειθεν
G1564
from-there
ει
G1488
you-are
πως
G4459
how
δυναιντο
G1410
they-may-be-able
καταντησαντες
G2658
arriving-at
εις
G1519
into
φοινικα
G5405
palm
παραχειμασαι
G3914
to-winter
λιμενα
G3040
harbor
της
G3588
[of]-the
κρητης
G2914
[of]-Crete
βλεποντα
G991
observing
κατα
G2596
down
λιβα
G3047
southwest
και
G2532
and
κατα
G2596
down
χωρον
G5566
northwest

27:13 And when a gentle south wind came up, they thought they had what they were looking for, so they weighed anchor and stayed near the coast along Crete.

ὑποπνευσαντος
G5285
breathing-gently
δε
G1161
yet
νοτου
G3558
[of]-south
δοξαντες
G1380
supposing
της
G3588
[of]-the
προθεσεως
G4286
[of]-proposal
κεκρατηκεναι
G2902
to-have-forcefully-retained
αραντες
G142
elevating
ασσον.
G788
close
παρελεγοντο
G3881
they-sailed-alongside
την
G3588
the
κρητην
G2914
Crete

27:14 Not long afterwards a violent wind of hurricane force, called a Northeaster, slammed into the island.

μετ᾽
G3326
with
ου
G3756
not
πολυ
G4183
many
δε
G1161
yet
εβαλεν
G906
threw
κατ᾽
G2596
down
αυτης
G846
[of]-herself
ανεμος
G417
wind
τυφωνικος
G5189
hurricane

G3588
the
καλουμενος
G2564
being-called
ευρακυλων
G2148
northeaster

27:15 The ship was caught up in it and could not face into the wind, so we just let the wind carry it along.

συναρπασθεντος
G4884
[of]-being-seized-together
δε
G1161
yet
του
G3588
[of]-the
πλοιου
G4143
[of]-ship
και
G2532
and
μη
G3361
not
δυναμενου
G1410
[of]-being-able
αντοφθαλμειν
G503
to-face
τω
G3588
[to]-the
ανεμω
G417
[to]-wind
επιδοντες
G1929
handing-over
εφερομεθα
G5342
we-were-carried

27:16 We came under the lee of a small island called Cauda, but we were barely able to secure the lifeboat.

νησιον
G3519
islet
δε
G1161
yet
τι
G5101
what
ὑποδραμοντες
G5295
running-under
καλουμενον
G2564
being-called
καυδα
G2802
Cauda
ισχυσαμεν
G2480
we-have-strength
μολις
G3433
hardly
περικρατεις
G4031
control
γενεσθαι
G1096
to-become
της
G3588
[of]-the
σκαφης
G4627
[of]-lifeboat

27:17 When they had hoisted it aboard they ran ropes to reinforce the ship.Fearing that they would run aground on the sandbars of Syrtis, they lowered the anchor and we were driven along.

ἡν
G3739
which
αραντες
G142
elevating
βοηθειαις
G996
[to]-helps
εχρωντο
G5530
they-used
ὑποζωννυντες
G5269
under-girding
το
G3588
the
πλοιον
G4143
ship
φοβουμενοι
G5399
fearing
τε
G5037
both
μη
G3361
not
εις
G1519
into
την
G3588
the
συρτιν
G4950
Syrtis-sandbar
εκπεσωσιν
G1601
they-should-fall-out
χαλασαντες
G5465
lowering
το
G3588
the
σκευος
G4632
jar
οὑτως
G3779
likewise
εφεροντο
G5342
they-were-carried

27:18 But we were so violently tossed around by the storm that they jettisoned the cargo the next day,

σφοδρως
G4971
extremely
δε
G1161
yet
χειμαζομενων
G5492
[of]-being-storm-battered
ἡμων
G2257
[of]-us
τη
G3588
[to]-the
ἑξης
G1836
next-day
εκβολην
G1546
ejection
εποιουντο
G4160
they-did

27:19 and on the third day they threw the ship’s tackle overboard with their own hands.

και
G2532
and
τη
G3588
[to]-the
τριτη
G5154
[to]-third
αυτοχειρες
G849
with-own-hands
την
G3588
the
σκευην
G4631
gear
του
G3588
[of]-the
πλοιου
G4143
[of]-ship
ερριψαν
G4496
they-tossed

27:20 When neither sun nor stars appeared for another four days due to the continuing storm, we were robbed of all hope of being rescued.

μητε
G3383
neither
δε
G1161
yet
ἡλιου
G2246
[of]-sun
μητε
G3383
neither
αστρων
G798
[of]-stars
επιφαινοντων
G2014
[of]-appearing
επι
G1909
on
πλειονας
G4119
more
ἡμερας
G2250
days
χειμωνος
G5494
[of]-winter
τε
G5037
both
ουκ
G3756
not
ολιγου
G3641
[of]-tiny
επικειμενου
G1945
resting-upon
λοιπον
G3063
remaining
περιηρειτο
G4014
was-removed
ελπις
G1680
hope
πασα
G3956
all
του
G3588
[of]-the
σωζεσθαι
G4982
to-be-saved
ἡμας
G2248
us

27:21 After they had gone without food for a long time, Paul stood among them and said, “Gentlemen, you should have listened to me when I told you not to set out from Crete, so you could have avoided this damage and loss.

πολλης
G4183
[of]-many
τε
G5037
both
ασιτιας
G776
[of]-without-food
ὑπαρχουσης
G5225
[of]-being-fundamental
τοτε
G5119
then
σταθεις
G2476
standing

G3588
the
παυλος
G3972
Paul
εν
G1722
in
μεσω
G3319
[to]-middle
αυτων
G846
[of]-them
ειπεν
G2036
said
εδει
G1210
was-necessary
μεν
G3303
in-fact
ω..
G5600
I-may-be
ανδρες
G435
men
πειθαρχησαντας
G3980
obeying
μοι
G3427
[to]-me
μη
G3361
not
αναγεσθαι
G321
to-be--led-up
απο
G575
from
της
G3588
[of]-the
κρητης
G2914
[of]-Crete
κερδησαι
G2770
to-gain
τε
G5037
both
την
G3588
the
ὑβριν
G5196
arrogant-one
ταυτην
G3778
this
και
G2532
and
την
G3588
the
ζημιαν
G2209
loss

27:22 But now I urge you to cheer up, because not one life among you will be lost, but only the ship.

και
G2532
and
τα
G3588
the
νυν
G3568
now
παραινω
G3867
I-am-urging
ὑμας
G5209
yous
ευθυμειν
G2114
to-be-cheerful
αποβολη
G580
rejection
γαρ
G1063
because
ψυχης
G5590
[of]-soul
ουδεμια
G3762
not-even-one
εσται
G2071
shall-be
εξ
G1537
out
ὑμων
G5216
[of]-yous
πλην
G4133
except-that
του
G3588
[of]-the
πλοιου
G4143
[of]-ship

27:23 Last night a Messenger of the God I belong to, and to whom I offer divine service, stood beside me

παρεστη
G3936
stood-beside
γαρ
G1063
because
μοι
G3427
[to]-me
ταυτη
G3778
[to]-this
τη
G3588
[to]-the
νυκτι
G3571
[to]-night
του
G3588
[of]-the
θεου
G2316
[of]-God
οὑ
G3739
[of]-whom
ειμι
G1510
I-am
εγω
G1473
I

G3739
[to]-whom
και
G2532
and
λατρευω
G3000
I-am-offering-divine-service
αγγελος
G32
messenger

27:24 and said, ‘Do not be afraid, Paul! You must stand before Caesar, so God has favored you by granting you the lives of everyone sailing with you.’

λεγων
G3004
saying
μη
G3361
not
φοβου
G5399
you-fear!
παυλε
G3972
(oh)-Paul
καισαρι
G2541
[to]-Caesar
σε
G4571
you
δει
G1163
is-needing
παραστηναι
G3936
to-stand-beside
και
G2532
and
ιδου
G2400
look!
κεχαρισται
G5483
has-favored
σοι
G4671
[to]-you

G3588
the
θεος
G2316
God
παντας
G3956
all
τους
G3588
the
πλεοντας
G4126
sailing
μετα
G3326
with
σου
G4675
[of]-you

27:25 So cheer up, gentlemen! For I trust God that it will happen just as I have been told.

διο
G1352
for-this-reason
ευθυμειτε
G2114
yous-be-cheerful!
ανδρες
G435
men
πιστευω
G4100
I-am-trusting
γαρ
G1063
because
τω
G3588
[to]-the
θεω
G2316
[to]-God
ὁτι
G3754
since
οὑτως
G3779
likewise
εσται
G2071
shall-be
καθ᾽
G2596
according-to
ὁν
G3739
whom
τροπον
G5158
manner
λελαληται
G2980
has-been-said
μοι
G3427
[to]-me

27:26 However, we must run aground on some island.”

εις
G1519
into
νησον
G3520
island
δε
G1161
yet
τινα
G5101
whom
δει
G1163
is-needing
ἡμας
G2248
us
εκπεσειν
G1601
to-fall-out

27:27 On the fourteenth night we were still being driven all over the Adriatic Sea, when around midnight the sailors sensed that we were approaching land.

ὡς
G5613
as
δε
G1161
yet
τεσσαρεσκαιδεκατη
G5065
fourteenth
νυξ
G3571
night
εγενετο
G1096
came-to-be
διαφερομενων
G1308
[of]-carrying-through
ἡμων
G2257
[of]-us
εν
G1722
in
τω
G3588
[to]-the
αδρια
G99
[to]-Adriatic-Sea
κατα
G2596
down
μεσον
G3319
middle
της
G3588
[of]-the
νυκτος
G3571
[of]-night
ὑπενοουν
G5282
I-understood
οἱ
G3588
the
ναυται
G3492
sailors
προσαγειν
G4317
to-bring-to
τινα
G5101
whom
αυτοις
G846
[to]-them
χωραν
G5561
area

27:28 So they took a sounding and it measured twenty fathoms deep, and when they took another one a while later it measured fifteen fathoms.

και
G2532
and
βολισαντες
G1001
soundings
εὑρον
G2147
they-found
οργυιας
G3712
fathoms
εικοσι
G1501
twenty(pl.)
βραχυ
G1024
bit
δε
G1161
yet
διαστησαντες
G1339
intervening
και
G2532
and
παλιν
G3825
again
βολισαντες
G1001
soundings
εὑρον
G2147
they-found
οργυιας
G3712
fathoms
δεκαπεντε
G1178
fifteen

27:29 Fearing that we might crash against the rocks, they pitched four anchors off the stern on the presumption that daylight was approaching.

φοβουμενοι
G5399
fearing
τε
G5037
both
μη
G3361
not
που
G4226
where
κατα
G2596
down
τραχεις
G5138
rocky
τοπους
G5117
places
εκπεσωμεν
G1601
we-should-fall-out
εκ
G1537
out
πρυμνης
G4403
[of]-stern
ῥιψαντες
G4496
tossing
αγκυρας
G45
anchors
τεσσαρας
G5064
four
ηυχοντο
G2172
they-claimed
ἡμεραν
G2250
day
γενεσθαι
G1096
to-become

27:30 Now some of the sailors tried to escape the ship by lowering the lifeboat to the sea under the pretext of dropping anchors from the bow.

των
G3588
[of]-the
δε
G1161
yet
ναυτων
G3492
[of]-sailors
ζητουντων
G2212
[of]-seeking
φυγειν
G5343
to-run-away
εκ
G1537
out
του
G3588
[of]-the
πλοιου
G4143
[of]-ship
και
G2532
and
χαλασαντων
G5465
[of]-lowering
την
G3588
the
σκαφην
G4627
lifeboat
εις
G1519
into
την
G3588
the
θαλασσαν
G2281
sea
προφασει
G4392
[to]-pretense
ὡς
G5613
as
εκ
G1537
out
πρωρης
G4408
[of]-bow
αγκυρας
G45
anchors
μελλοντων
G3195
[of]-intending
εκτεινειν
G1614
to-extend

27:31 But Paul warned the Roman army captain and the soldiers, “If any of these don’t stay with the ship, none of you will be saved!”

ειπεν
G2036
said

G3588
the
παυλος
G3972
Paul
τω
G3588
[to]-the
ἑκατονταρχη
G1543
[to]-ruler-over-one-hundred
και
G2532
and
τοις
G3588
[to]-those
στρατιωταις
G4757
[to]-warriors
εαν
G1437
if-ever
μη
G3361
not
οὑτοι
G3778
these
μεινωσιν
G3306
they-should-remain
εν
G1722
in
τω
G3588
[to]-the
πλοιω
G4143
[to]-ship
ὑμεις
G5210
yous
σωθηναι
G4982
to-be-saved
ου
G3756
not
δυνασθε
G1410
yous-are-able

27:32 So the soldiers cut the ropes to the lifeboat and let it drop.

τοτε
G5119
then
απεκοψαν
G609
they-amputated
οἱ
G3588
the
στρατιωται
G4757
soldiers
τα
G3588
the
σχοινια
G4979
ropes
της
G3588
[of]-the
σκαφης
G4627
[of]-lifeboat
και
G2532
and
ειασαν
G1439
they-left
αυτην
G846
herself
εκπεσειν
G1601
to-fall-out

27:33 When it was almost dawn the next day, Paul encouraged everyone to eat something: “Today marks the fourteenth day that you’ve eaten nothing because of worry.

αχρι
G891
until
δε
G1161
yet
οὑ
G3739
[of]-whom
ἡμερα
G2250
[to]-day
ημελλεν
G3195
intended
γινεσθαι
G1096
to-come-to-be
παρεκαλει
G3870
advocated

G3588
the
παυλος
G3972
Paul
ἁπαντας
G537
absolutely-all
μεταλαβειν
G3335
to-share
τροφης
G5160
[of]-food
λεγων
G3004
saying
τεσσαρεσκαιδεκατην
G5065
fourteenth
σημερον
G4594
today
ἡμεραν
G2250
day
προσδοκωντες
G4328
anticipating
ασιτοι
G777
abstinent
διατελειτε
G1300
yous-are-fully-paying
μηθεν
G3367
not-eve-one
προσλαβομενοι
G4355
taking-toward-self

27:34 So I urge you all to eat something in order to preserve yourselves, for not a hair on your heads will be lost!”

διο
G1352
for-this-reason
παρακαλω
G3870
I-am-advocating
ὑμας
G5209
yous
μεταλαβειν
G3335
to-share
τροφης
G5160
[of]-food
τουτο
G5124
this
γαρ
G1063
because
προς
G4314
toward
της
G3588
[of]-the
ὑμετερας
G5212
[of]-yours(pl.)
σωτηριας
G4991
[of]-rescue
ὑπαρχει
G5225
is
ουδενος
G3762
[of]-not-even-one
γαρ
G1063
because
ὑμων
G5216
[of]-yous
θριξ
G2359
hair
απο
G575
from
της
G3588
[of]-the
κεφαλης
G2776
[of]-head
απολειται
G622
shall-be-destroyed-completely

27:35 Having said this, Paul took some bread and thanked God for it in front of them, then broke it and began to eat.

ειπας
G2036
you-said
δε
G1161
yet
ταυτα
G5023
these-things
και
G2532
and
λαβων
G2983
taking
αρτον
G740
bread
ευχαριστησεν
G2168
thanked
τω
G3588
[to]-the
θεω
G2316
[to]-God
ενωπιον
G1799
in-the-face-of
παντων
G3956
[of]-all
και
G2532
and
κλασας
G2806
breaking
ηρξατο
G756
began
εσθιειν
G2068
to-eat

27:36 This made them all take heart and eat.

ευθυμοι
G2115
cheerful
δε
G1161
yet
γενομενοι
G1096
coming-to-be
παντες
G3956
all
και
G2532
and
αυτοι
G846
-selves
προσελαβοντο
G4355
they-took-toward-themselves
τροφης
G5160
[of]-food

27:37 (The total number of people on board the ship was two hundred seventy-six.)

ημεθα
G5710
we-were
δε
G1161
yet
αἱ
G3588
the
πασαι
G3956
all
ψυχαι
G5590
souls
εν
G1722
in
τω
G3588
[to]-the
πλοιω
G4143
[to]-ship
διακοσιαι
G1250
two-hundred
ἑβδομηκοντα
G1441
seventy
ἑξ
G1803
six

27:38 And when they were full, they lightened the ship further by tossing the grain into the sea.

κορεσθεντες
G2880
being-filled
δε
G1161
yet
τροφης
G5160
[of]-food
εκουφιζον
G2893
they-lightened
το
G3588
the
πλοιον
G4143
ship
εκβαλλομενοι
G1544
ejecting
τον
G3588
the
σιτον
G4621
grain
εις
G1519
into
την
G3588
the
θαλασσαν
G2281
sea

27:39 When it was light enough to see the land, they did not recognize it. But they noticed a bay with a beach and thought they might be able to run the ship aground there.

ὁτε
G3753
when
δε
G1161
yet
ἡμερα
G2250
[to]-day
εγενετο
G1096
came-to-be
την
G3588
the
γην
G1093
earth
ουκ
G3756
not
επεγινωσκον
G1921
they-fully-knew
κολπον
G2859
personal-space
δε
G1161
yet
τινα
G5101
whom
κατενοουν
G2657
I-carefully-considered
εχοντα
G2192
having
αιγιαλον
G123
shore
εις
G1519
into
ὁν
G3739
whom
εβουλευοντο
G1011
they-intended
ει
G1488
you-are
δυναιντο
G1410
they-may-be-able
εξωσαι
G1856
to-expel
το
G3588
the
πλοιον
G4143
ship

27:40 So they let the anchors slip while also loosening the ropes on the rudders, then hoisted the foresail to catch the wind and head for the beach.

και
G2532
and
τας
G3588
those
αγκυρας
G45
anchors
περιελοντες
G4014
removing
ειων
G1439
they-left
εις
G1519
into
την
G3588
the
θαλασσαν
G2281
sea
ἁμα
G260
simultaneously
ανεντες
G447
letting-up
τας
G3588
those
ζευκτηριας
G2202
lashings
των
G3588
[of]-the
πηδαλιων
G4079
[of]-rudders
και
G2532
and
επαραντες
G1869
lifting-up
τον
G3588
the
αρτεμωνα
G736
foresail
τη
G3588
[to]-the
πνεουση
G4154
[to]-blowing
κατειχον
G2722
they-owned
εις
G1519
into
τον
G3588
the
αιγιαλον
G123
shore

27:41 But when they got to a channel where two seas met, the bow ran aground and was stuck firmly while the stern was being broken apart by the force of the waves.

περιπεσοντες
G4045
falling-into
δε
G1161
yet
εις
G1519
into
τοπον
G5117
spot
διθαλασσον
G1337
two-sea-channel
επεκειλαν
G2027
they-ran-aground
την
G3588
the
ναυν
G3491
watercraft
και
G2532
and

G3588
the
μεν
G3303
in-fact
πρωρα
G4408
bow
ερεισασα
G2043
sticking
εμεινεν
G3306
remained
ασαλευτος
G761
unshakable

G3588
the
δε
G1161
yet
πρυμνα
G4403
stern
ελυετο
G3089
was-loosened
ὑπο
G5259
under
της
G3588
[of]-the
βιας
G970
[of]-violence
των
G3588
[of]-the
κυματων
G2949
[of]-waves

27:42 Now the soldiers decided that they should kill the prisoners so that no one could swim out and escape.

των
G3588
[of]-the
δε
G1161
yet
στρατιωτων
G4757
[of]-soldiers
βουλη
G1012
[to]-motive
εγενετο
G1096
came-to-be
ἱνα
G2443
that
τους
G3588
the
δεσμωτας
G1202
prisoners
αποκτεινωσιν
G615
they-may-kill
μη
G3361
not
τις
G5101
who
εκκολυμβησας
G1579
swimming-out
διαφυγη
G1309
may-run-away-through

27:43 But the Roman army captain was determined to bring Paul safely through and he thwarted their plans. In addition, he ordered that those who could swim were to dive off first and go to land,


G3588
the
δε
G1161
yet
ἑκατονταρχης
G1543
ruler-over-one-hundred
βουλομενος
G1014
intending
διασωσαι
G1295
to-save-through
τον
G3588
the
παυλον
G3972
Paul
εκωλυσεν
G2967
prevented
αυτους
G846
them
του
G3588
[of]-the
βουληματος
G1013
[of]-resolution
εκελευσεν
G2753
commanded
τε
G5037
both
τους
G3588
the
δυναμενους
G1410
being-able
κολυμβαν
G2860
to-swim
αποριψαντας
G641
tossing-off
πρωτους
G4413
first
επι
G1909
on
την
G3588
the
γην
G1093
earth
εξιεναι
G1826
to-go-out

27:44 while others would use planks or other parts of the ship. So everyone made it safely to land.

και
G2532
and
τους
G3588
the
λοιπους
G3062
remaining
οὑς
G3739
those-whom
μεν
G3303
in-fact
επι
G1909
on
σανισιν
G4548
[to]-planks
οὑς
G3739
those-whom
δε
G1161
yet
επι
G1909
on
τινων
G5100
[of]-any
των
G3588
[of]-the
απο
G575
from
του
G3588
[of]-the
πλοιου
G4143
[of]-ship
και
G2532
and
οὑτως
G3779
likewise
εγενετο
G1096
came-to-be
παντας
G3956
all
διασωθηναι
G1295
to-be-saved-through
επι
G1909
on
την
G3588
the
γην
G1093
earth