Paul before Felix

24 After (A)five days the high priest (B)Ananias came down with some elders, [a]with an [b]attorney named Tertullus, and they [c]brought charges to (C)the governor against Paul. After Paul had been summoned, Tertullus began to accuse him, saying to the governor,

“Since we have through you attained much peace, and since by your providence reforms are being carried out for this nation, we acknowledge this in every way and everywhere, (D)most excellent Felix, with all thankfulness. But, that I may not weary you any further, I beg you [d]to grant us, by your kindness, a brief hearing. For we have found this man a real pest and a fellow who stirs up dissension among all the Jews throughout [e]the world, and a ringleader of the (E)sect of the Nazarenes. And he even tried to (F)desecrate the temple; and [f]then we arrested him. [[g]We wanted to judge him according to our own Law. But Lysias the commander came along, and with much violence took him out of our hands, ordering his accusers to come before you.] By examining him yourself concerning all these matters you will be able to ascertain the things of which we accuse him.” (G)The Jews also joined in the attack, asserting that these things were so.

10 When (H)the governor had nodded for him to speak, Paul responded:

“Knowing that for many years you have been a judge to this nation, I cheerfully make my defense, 11 since you can take note of the fact that no more than (I)twelve days ago I went up to Jerusalem to worship. 12 (J)Neither in the temple, nor in the synagogues, nor in the city itself did they find me carrying on a discussion with anyone or (K)causing [h]a riot. 13 (L)Nor can they prove to you the charges of which they now accuse me. 14 But this I admit to you, that according to (M)the Way which they call a (N)sect I do serve [i](O)the God of our fathers, (P)believing everything that is in accordance with the Law and that is written in the Prophets; 15 having a hope in God, which (Q)these men cherish themselves, that there shall certainly be a resurrection of both the righteous and the wicked. 16 In view of this, (R)I also [j]do my best to maintain always a blameless conscience both before God and before men. 17 Now (S)after several years I (T)came to bring [k]alms to my nation and to present offerings; 18 in which they found me occupied in the temple, having been (U)purified, without any (V)crowd or uproar. But there were some (W)Jews from [l]Asia— 19 who ought to have been present before you and to (X)make accusation, if they should have anything against me. 20 Or else let these men themselves tell what misdeed they found when I stood before (Y)the [m]Council, 21 other than for this one statement which (Z)I shouted out while standing among them, ‘For the resurrection of the dead I am on trial before you today.’”

22 But Felix, [n]having a more exact knowledge about (AA)the Way, put them off, saying, “When Lysias the [o]commander comes down, I will decide your case.” 23 Then he gave orders to the centurion for him to be (AB)kept in custody and yet (AC)have some freedom, and not to prevent any of (AD)his friends from ministering to him.

24 But some days later Felix arrived with Drusilla, his [p]wife who was a Jewess, and sent for Paul and heard him speak about (AE)faith in Christ Jesus. 25 But as he was discussing (AF)righteousness, (AG)self-control and (AH)the judgment to come, Felix became frightened and said, “Go away for the present, and when I find time I will summon you.” 26 At the same time too, he was hoping that (AI)money would be given him by Paul; therefore he also used to send for him quite often and converse with him. 27 But after two years had passed, Felix [q]was succeeded by Porcius (AJ)Festus, and (AK)wishing to do the Jews a favor, Felix left Paul (AL)imprisoned.

Paul before Festus

25 Festus then, having arrived in (AM)the province, three days later went up to Jerusalem from (AN)Caesarea. And the chief priests and the leading men of the Jews (AO)brought charges against Paul, and they were urging him, requesting a [r]concession against [s]Paul, that he might [t]have him brought to Jerusalem (at the same time, (AP)setting an ambush to kill him on the way). Festus then (AQ)answered that Paul (AR)was being kept in custody at (AS)Caesarea and that he himself was about to leave shortly. “Therefore,” he *said, “let the influential men among you [u]go there with me, and if there is anything wrong [v]about the man, let them [w]prosecute him.”

After he had spent not more than eight or ten days among them, he went down to (AT)Caesarea, and on the next day he took his seat on (AU)the tribunal and ordered Paul to be brought. After Paul arrived, the Jews who had come down from Jerusalem stood around him, bringing (AV)many and serious charges against him (AW)which they could not prove, while Paul said in his own defense, “(AX)I have committed no offense either against the Law of the Jews or against the temple or against Caesar.” But Festus, (AY)wishing to do the Jews a favor, answered Paul and said, “(AZ)Are you willing to go up to Jerusalem and [x]stand trial before me on these charges?” 10 But Paul said, “I am standing before Caesar’s (BA)tribunal, where I ought to be tried. I have done no wrong to the Jews, as you also very well know. 11 If, then, I am a wrongdoer and have committed anything worthy of death, I do not refuse to die; but if none of those things is true of which these men accuse me, no one can hand me over to them. I (BB)appeal to Caesar.” 12 Then when Festus had conferred with [y]his council, he answered, “You have appealed to Caesar, to Caesar you shall go.”

13 Now when several days had elapsed, King Agrippa and Bernice arrived at (BC)Caesarea [z]and paid their respects to Festus. 14 While they were spending many days there, Festus laid Paul’s case before the king, saying, “There is a man who was (BD)left as a prisoner by Felix; 15 and when I was at Jerusalem, the chief priests and the elders of the Jews (BE)brought charges against him, asking for a sentence of condemnation against him. 16 I (BF)answered them that it is not the custom of the Romans to hand over any man before (BG)the accused meets his accusers face to face and has an opportunity to make his defense against the charges. 17 So after they had assembled here, I did not delay, but on the next day took my seat on (BH)the tribunal and ordered the man to be brought before me. 18 When the accusers stood up, they began bringing charges against him not of such crimes as I was expecting, 19 but they simply had some (BI)points of disagreement with him about their own [aa](BJ)religion and about a dead man, Jesus, whom Paul asserted to be alive. 20 (BK)Being at a loss how to investigate [ab]such matters, I asked whether he was willing to go to Jerusalem and there stand trial on these matters. 21 But when Paul (BL)appealed to be held in custody for [ac]the Emperor’s decision, I ordered him to be kept in custody until I send him to Caesar.” 22 Then (BM)Agrippa said to Festus, “I also would like to hear the man myself.” “Tomorrow,” he *said, “you shall hear him.”

Paul before Agrippa

23 So, on the next day when (BN)Agrippa came [ad]together with (BO)Bernice amid great pomp, and entered the auditorium [ae]accompanied by the [af]commanders and the prominent men of the city, at the command of Festus, Paul was brought in. 24 Festus *said, “King Agrippa, and all you gentlemen here present with us, you see this man about whom (BP)all the people of the Jews appealed to me, both at Jerusalem and here, loudly declaring that (BQ)he ought not to live any longer. 25 But I found that he had committed (BR)nothing worthy of death; and since he himself (BS)appealed to [ag]the Emperor, I decided to send him. 26 [ah]Yet I have nothing definite about him to write to my lord. Therefore I have brought him before you all and especially before you, King Agrippa, so that after the investigation has taken place, I may have something to write. 27 For it seems absurd to me in sending a prisoner, not to indicate also the charges against him.”

Paul’s Defense before Agrippa

26 (BT)Agrippa said to Paul, “You are permitted to speak for yourself.” Then Paul stretched out his hand and proceeded to make his defense:

“In regard to all the things of which I am accused by the Jews, I consider myself fortunate, King Agrippa, that I am about to make my defense before you today; [ai]especially because you are an expert in all (BU)customs and [aj]questions among the Jews; therefore I beg you to listen to me patiently.

“So then, all Jews know (BV)my manner of life from my youth up, which from the beginning was spent among my own nation and at Jerusalem; since they have known about me for a long time, if they are willing to testify, that I lived as a (BW)Pharisee (BX)according to the strictest (BY)sect of our religion. And now I am [ak]standing trial (BZ)for the hope of (CA)the promise made by God to our fathers; the promise (CB)to which our twelve tribes hope to attain, as they earnestly serve God night and day. And for this (CC)hope, O King, I am being (CD)accused by Jews. Why is it considered incredible among you people (CE)if God does raise the dead?

“So then, (CF)I thought to myself that I had to do many things hostile to (CG)the name of Jesus of Nazareth. 10 And this is [al]just what I (CH)did in Jerusalem; not only did I lock up many of the [am]saints in prisons, having (CI)received authority from the chief priests, but also when they were being put to death I (CJ)cast my vote against them. 11 And (CK)as I punished them often in all the synagogues, I tried to force them to blaspheme; and being (CL)furiously enraged at them, I kept pursuing them (CM)even to [an]foreign cities.

12 [ao]While so engaged (CN)as I was journeying to Damascus with the authority and commission of the chief priests, 13 at midday, O King, I saw on the way a light from heaven, [ap]brighter than the sun, shining all around me and those who were journeying with me. 14 And when we had (CO)all fallen to the ground, I heard a voice saying to me in the [aq](CP)Hebrew dialect, ‘Saul, Saul, why are you persecuting Me? [ar]It is hard for you to kick against the goads.’ 15 And I said, ‘Who are You, Lord?’ And the Lord said, ‘I am Jesus whom you are persecuting. 16 But get up and (CQ)stand on your feet; for this purpose I have appeared to you, to (CR)appoint you a (CS)minister and (CT)a witness not only to the things which you have [as]seen, but also to the things in which I will appear to you; 17 (CU)rescuing you (CV)from the Jewish people and from the Gentiles, to whom I am sending you, 18 to (CW)open their eyes so that they may turn from (CX)darkness to light and from the dominion of (CY)Satan to God, that they may receive (CZ)forgiveness of sins and an (DA)inheritance among those who have been sanctified by (DB)faith in Me.’

19 “So, King Agrippa, I did not prove disobedient to the heavenly vision, 20 but kept declaring both (DC)to those of Damascus first, and also (DD)at Jerusalem and then throughout all the region of Judea, and even (DE)to the Gentiles, that they should (DF)repent and turn to God, performing deeds (DG)appropriate to repentance. 21 For this reason some Jews (DH)seized me in the temple and tried (DI)to put me to death. 22 So, having obtained help from God, I stand to this day (DJ)testifying both to small and great, stating nothing but what (DK)the Prophets and Moses said was going to take place; 23 [at](DL)that [au]the Christ was [av]to suffer, and [aw]that (DM)by reason of His resurrection from the dead He would be the first to proclaim (DN)light both to the Jewish people and to the Gentiles.”

24 While Paul was saying this in his defense, Festus *said in a loud voice, “Paul, you are out of your mind! [ax]Your great (DO)learning is [ay]driving you mad.” 25 But Paul *said, “I am not out of my mind, (DP)most excellent Festus, but I utter words [az]of sober truth. 26 For the king [ba](DQ)knows about these matters, and I speak to him also with confidence, since I am persuaded that none of these things escape his notice; for this has not been done in a [bb]corner. 27 King Agrippa, do you believe the Prophets? I know that you [bc]do.” 28 Agrippa replied to Paul, “[bd]In a short time you [be]will persuade me to [bf]become a (DR)Christian.” 29 And Paul said, “[bg]I would wish to God, that whether [bh]in a short or long time, not only you, but also all who hear me this day, might become such as I am, except for these (DS)chains.”

30 (DT)The king stood up and the governor and Bernice, and those who were sitting with them, 31 and when they had gone aside, they began talking to one another, saying, “(DU)This man is not doing anything worthy of death or [bi]imprisonment.” 32 And Agrippa said to Festus, “This man might have been (DV)set free if he had not (DW)appealed to Caesar.”

Paul Is Sent to Rome

27 When it was decided that (DX)we (DY)would sail for (DZ)Italy, they proceeded to deliver Paul and some other prisoners to a centurion of the Augustan [bj](EA)cohort named Julius. And embarking in an Adramyttian ship, which was about to sail to the regions along the coast of [bk](EB)Asia, we put out to sea accompanied by (EC)Aristarchus, a (ED)Macedonian of (EE)Thessalonica. The next day we put in at (EF)Sidon; and Julius (EG)treated Paul with consideration and (EH)allowed him to go to his friends and receive care. From there we put out to sea and sailed under the shelter of (EI)Cyprus because (EJ)the winds were contrary. When we had sailed through the sea along the coast of (EK)Cilicia and (EL)Pamphylia, we landed at Myra in Lycia. There the centurion found an (EM)Alexandrian ship sailing for (EN)Italy, and he put us aboard it. When we had sailed slowly for a good many days, and with difficulty had arrived off Cnidus, (EO)since the wind did not permit us to go farther, we sailed under the shelter of (EP)Crete, off Salmone; and with difficulty (EQ)sailing past it we came to a place called Fair Havens, near which was the city of Lasea.

When considerable time had passed and the voyage was now dangerous, since even (ER)the [bl]fast was already over, Paul began to admonish them, 10 and said to them, “Men, I perceive that the voyage will certainly be with (ES)damage and great loss, not only of the cargo and the ship, but also of our lives.” 11 But the centurion was more persuaded by the (ET)pilot and the [bm]captain of the ship than by what was being said by Paul. 12 Because the harbor was not suitable for wintering, the majority reached a decision to put out to sea from there, if somehow they could reach Phoenix, a harbor of (EU)Crete, facing southwest and northwest, and spend the winter there.

13 [bn]When a moderate south wind came up, supposing that they had attained their purpose, they weighed anchor and began (EV)sailing along (EW)Crete, close inshore.


14 But before very long there (EX)rushed down from [bo]the land a violent wind, called [bp]Euraquilo; 15 and when the ship was caught in it and could not face the wind, we gave way to it and let ourselves be driven along. 16 Running under the shelter of a small island called Clauda, we were scarcely able to get the ship’s [bq]boat under control. 17 After they had hoisted it up, they used [br]supporting cables in undergirding the ship; and fearing that they might (EY)run aground on the shallows of Syrtis, they let down the [bs]sea anchor and in this way let themselves be driven along. 18 The next day as we were being violently storm-tossed, [bt]they began to (EZ)jettison the cargo; 19 and on the third day they threw the ship’s tackle overboard with their own hands. 20 Since neither sun nor stars appeared for many days, and no small storm was assailing us, from then on all hope of our being saved was gradually abandoned.

21 [bu]When they had gone a long time without food, then Paul stood up in their midst and said, “(FA)Men, you ought to have [bv]followed my advice and not to have set sail from (FB)Crete and [bw]incurred this (FC)damage and loss. 22 Yet now I urge you to (FD)keep up your courage, for there will be no loss of life among you, but only of the ship. 23 For this very night (FE)an angel of the God to whom I belong and (FF)whom I serve (FG)stood before me, 24 saying, ‘Do not be afraid, Paul; (FH)you must stand before Caesar; and behold, God has granted you (FI)all those who are sailing with you.’ 25 Therefore, (FJ)keep up your courage, men, for I believe God that [bx]it will turn out exactly as I have been told. 26 But we must (FK)run aground on a certain (FL)island.”

27 But when the fourteenth night came, as we were being driven about in the Adriatic Sea, about midnight the sailors began to surmise that [by]they were approaching some land. 28 They took soundings and found it to be twenty fathoms; and a little farther on they took another sounding and found it to be fifteen fathoms. 29 Fearing that we might (FM)run aground somewhere on the [bz]rocks, they cast four anchors from the stern and [ca]wished for daybreak. 30 But as the sailors were trying to escape from the ship and had let down (FN)the ship’s boat into the sea, on the pretense of intending to lay out anchors from the bow, 31 Paul said to the centurion and to the soldiers, “Unless these men remain in the ship, you yourselves cannot be saved.” 32 Then the soldiers cut away the (FO)ropes of the ship’s boat and let it fall away.

33 Until the day was about to dawn, Paul was encouraging them all to take some food, saying, “Today is the fourteenth day that you have been constantly watching and going without eating, having taken nothing. 34 Therefore I encourage you to take some food, for this is for your preservation, for (FP)not a hair from the head of any of you will perish.” 35 Having said this, he took bread and (FQ)gave thanks to God in the presence of all, and he broke it and began to eat. 36 All (FR)of them [cb]were encouraged and they themselves also took food. 37 All of us in the ship were two hundred and seventy-six [cc](FS)persons. 38 When they had eaten enough, they began to lighten the ship by (FT)throwing out the wheat into the sea.

39 When day came, (FU)they [cd]could not recognize the land; but they did observe a bay with a beach, and they resolved to drive the ship onto it if they could. 40 And casting off (FV)the anchors, they left them in the sea while at the same time they were loosening the ropes of the rudders; and hoisting the foresail to the wind, they were heading for the beach. 41 But striking a [ce]reef where two seas met, they ran the vessel aground; and the prow stuck fast and remained immovable, but the stern began to be broken up by the force of the waves. 42 The soldiers’ plan was to (FW)kill the prisoners, so that none of them would swim away and escape; 43 but the centurion, (FX)wanting to bring Paul safely through, kept them from their intention, and commanded that those who could swim should [cf]jump overboard first and get to land, 44 and the rest should follow, some on planks, and others on various things from the ship. And so it happened that (FY)they all were brought safely to land.

Safe at Malta

28 When (FZ)they had been brought safely through, (GA)then we found out that (GB)the island was called [cg]Malta. (GC)The [ch]natives showed us extraordinary kindness; for because of the rain that had set in and because of the cold, they kindled a fire and (GD)received us all. But when Paul had gathered a bundle of sticks and laid them on the fire, a viper came out [ci]because of the heat and fastened itself on his hand. When (GE)the [cj]natives saw the creature hanging from his hand, they began saying to one another, “(GF)Undoubtedly this man is a murderer, and though he has been saved from the sea, [ck]justice has not allowed him to live.” However (GG)he shook the creature off into the fire and suffered no harm. But they were expecting that he was about to swell up or suddenly fall down dead. But after they had waited a long time and had seen nothing unusual happen to him, they changed their minds and (GH)began to say that he was a god.

Now in the neighborhood of that place were lands belonging to the leading man of the island, named Publius, who welcomed us and entertained us courteously three days. And it happened that the father of Publius was lying in bed afflicted with recurrent fever and dysentery; and Paul went in to see him and after he had (GI)prayed, he (GJ)laid his hands on him and healed him. After this had happened, the rest of the people on the island who had diseases were coming to him and getting cured. 10 They also honored us with many [cl]marks of respect; and when we were setting sail, they [cm]supplied us with [cn]all we needed.

Paul Arrives at Rome

11 At the end of three months we set sail on (GK)an Alexandrian ship which had wintered at the island, and which had [co]the Twin Brothers for its figurehead. 12 After we put in at Syracuse, we stayed there for three days. 13 From there we sailed around and arrived at Rhegium, and a day later a south wind sprang up, and on the second day we came to Puteoli. 14 [cp]There we found some (GL)brethren, and were invited to stay with them for seven days; and thus we came to Rome. 15 And the (GM)brethren, when they heard about us, came from there as far as the [cq]Market of Appius and [cr]Three Inns to meet us; and when Paul saw them, he thanked God and took courage.

16 When we entered Rome, Paul was (GN)allowed to stay by himself, with the soldier who was guarding him.

17 After three days [cs]Paul called together those who were (GO)the leading men of the Jews, and when they came together, he began saying to them, “(GP)Brethren, (GQ)though I had done nothing against our people or (GR)the customs of our [ct]fathers, yet I was delivered as a prisoner from Jerusalem into the hands of the Romans. 18 And when they had (GS)examined me, they (GT)were willing to release me because there was (GU)no ground [cu]for putting me to death. 19 But when the Jews [cv]objected, I was forced to (GV)appeal to Caesar, not that I had any accusation against my nation. 20 For this reason, therefore, I [cw]requested to see you and to speak with you, for I am wearing (GW)this chain for (GX)the sake of the hope of Israel.” 21 They said to him, “We have neither received letters from Judea concerning you, nor have any of (GY)the brethren come here and reported or spoken anything bad about you. 22 But we desire to hear from you what [cx]your views are; for concerning this (GZ)sect, it is known to us that (HA)it is spoken against everywhere.”

23 When they had set a day for Paul, they came to him at (HB)his lodging in large numbers; and he was explaining to them by solemnly (HC)testifying about the kingdom of God and trying to persuade them concerning Jesus, (HD)from both the Law of Moses and from the Prophets, from morning until evening. 24 (HE)Some were being persuaded by the things spoken, but others would not believe. 25 And when they did not agree with one another, they began leaving after Paul had spoken one parting word, “The Holy Spirit rightly spoke through Isaiah the prophet to your fathers, 26 saying,

(HF)Go to this people and say,
[cy](HG)You will keep on hearing, [cz]but will not understand;
And [da]you will keep on seeing, but will not perceive;
27 (HH)For the heart of this people has become dull,
And with their ears they scarcely hear,
And they have closed their eyes;
Otherwise they might see with their eyes,
And hear with their ears,
And understand with their heart and return,
And I would heal them.”’

28 Therefore let it be known to you that (HI)this salvation of God has been sent (HJ)to the Gentiles; they will also listen.” 29 [[db]When he had spoken these words, the Jews departed, having a great dispute among themselves.]

30 And he stayed two full years [dc]in his own rented quarters and was welcoming all who came to him, 31 [dd](HK)preaching the kingdom of God and teaching concerning the Lord Jesus Christ (HL)with all openness, unhindered.


  1. Acts 24:1 Lit and
  2. Acts 24:1 Lit orator
  3. Acts 24:1 Or presented their evidence or case
  4. Acts 24:4 Lit to hear...briefly
  5. Acts 24:5 Lit the inhabited earth
  6. Acts 24:6 Lit also
  7. Acts 24:6 The early mss do not contain the remainder of v 6, v 7, nor the first part of v 8
  8. Acts 24:12 Lit an attack of a mob
  9. Acts 24:14 Lit the ancestral God
  10. Acts 24:16 Lit practice myself
  11. Acts 24:17 Or gifts to charity
  12. Acts 24:18 I.e. west coast province of Asia Minor
  13. Acts 24:20 Or Sanhedrin
  14. Acts 24:22 Lit knowing more accurately
  15. Acts 24:22 I.e. chiliarch, in command of one thousand troops
  16. Acts 24:24 Lit own wife
  17. Acts 24:27 Lit received a successor, Porcius Festus
  18. Acts 25:3 Or favor
  19. Acts 25:3 Lit him
  20. Acts 25:3 Lit send for him to Jerusalem
  21. Acts 25:5 Lit go down
  22. Acts 25:5 Lit in
  23. Acts 25:5 Or accuse
  24. Acts 25:9 Lit be judged
  25. Acts 25:12 A different group from that mentioned in Acts 4:15 and 24:20
  26. Acts 25:13 Lit greeting Festus
  27. Acts 25:19 Or superstition
  28. Acts 25:20 Lit these
  29. Acts 25:21 Lit the Augustus’s (in this case Nero)
  30. Acts 25:23 Lit and Bernice
  31. Acts 25:23 Lit and with
  32. Acts 25:23 I.e. chiliarchs, in command of one thousand troops
  33. Acts 25:25 V 21, note 1
  34. Acts 25:26 Lit About whom I have nothing definite
  35. Acts 26:3 Or because you are especially expert
  36. Acts 26:3 Or controversial issues
  37. Acts 26:6 Lit being tried
  38. Acts 26:10 Lit also
  39. Acts 26:10 Or holy ones
  40. Acts 26:11 Or outlying
  41. Acts 26:12 Lit In which things
  42. Acts 26:13 Lit above the brightness of
  43. Acts 26:14 I.e. Jewish Aramaic
  44. Acts 26:14 An idiom referring to an animal’s futile resistance to being prodded with goads
  45. Acts 26:16 Two early mss read seen Me
  46. Acts 26:23 Lit whether
  47. Acts 26:23 I.e. the Messiah
  48. Acts 26:23 Lit subject to suffering
  49. Acts 26:23 Lit whether
  50. Acts 26:24 Lit The many letters
  51. Acts 26:24 Lit turning you to madness
  52. Acts 26:25 Lit of truth and rationality
  53. Acts 26:26 Or understands
  54. Acts 26:26 I.e. a hidden or secret place
  55. Acts 26:27 Lit believe
  56. Acts 26:28 Or With a little
  57. Acts 26:28 Or are trying to convince
  58. Acts 26:28 Lit make
  59. Acts 26:29 Or I would pray to
  60. Acts 26:29 Or with a little or with much
  61. Acts 26:31 Lit bonds
  62. Acts 27:1 Or battalion
  63. Acts 27:2 I.e. west coast province of Asia Minor
  64. Acts 27:9 I.e. Day of Atonement in September or October, which was a dangerous time of year for navigation
  65. Acts 27:11 Or owner
  66. Acts 27:13 Lit a south wind having gently blown
  67. Acts 27:14 Lit it
  68. Acts 27:14 I.e. a northeaster
  69. Acts 27:16 Or skiff: a small boat in tow or carried on board for emergency use, transportation to and from shore, etc.
  70. Acts 27:17 Lit helps
  71. Acts 27:17 Or gear
  72. Acts 27:18 Lit they were doing a throwing out
  73. Acts 27:21 Lit there being much abstinence from food
  74. Acts 27:21 Lit obeyed me
  75. Acts 27:21 Lit gained
  76. Acts 27:25 Lit it will be
  77. Acts 27:27 Lit some land was approaching them
  78. Acts 27:29 Lit rough places
  79. Acts 27:29 Lit they were praying for it to become day
  80. Acts 27:36 Lit became cheerful
  81. Acts 27:37 Lit souls
  82. Acts 27:39 Lit were not recognizing
  83. Acts 27:41 Lit place
  84. Acts 27:43 Lit throw themselves
  85. Acts 28:1 Or Melita
  86. Acts 28:2 Lit barbarians
  87. Acts 28:3 Or from the heat
  88. Acts 28:4 Lit barbarians
  89. Acts 28:4 Or Justice, i.e. the personification of a goddess
  90. Acts 28:10 Lit honors
  91. Acts 28:10 Or put on board
  92. Acts 28:10 Lit the things pertaining to the needs
  93. Acts 28:11 Gr Dioscuri; i.e. Castor and Pollux, twin sons of Zeus
  94. Acts 28:14 Lit Where
  95. Acts 28:15 Lat Appii Forum, a station about 43 miles from Rome
  96. Acts 28:15 Lat Tres Tabernae, a station about 33 miles from Rome
  97. Acts 28:17 Lit he
  98. Acts 28:17 Or forefathers
  99. Acts 28:18 Lit of death in me
  100. Acts 28:19 Lit spoke against
  101. Acts 28:20 Or invited you to see me and speak with me
  102. Acts 28:22 Lit you think
  103. Acts 28:26 Lit with a hearing
  104. Acts 28:26 Lit and
  105. Acts 28:26 Lit seeing you will see
  106. Acts 28:29 Early mss do not contain this v
  107. Acts 28:30 Or at his own expense
  108. Acts 28:31 Or proclaiming