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Acts 28

VULA 1 et cum evasissemus tunc cognovimus quia Militene insula vocatur barbari vero praestabant non modicam humanitatem nobis NIV 1 Once safely on shore, we found out that the island was called Malta. VULA 2 accensa enim pyra reficiebant nos omnes propter imbrem qui inminebat et frigus NIV 2 The islanders showed us unusual kindness. They built a fire and welcomed us all because it was raining and cold. VULA 3 cum congregasset autem Paulus sarmentorum aliquantam multitudinem et inposuisset super ignem vipera a calore cum processisset invasit manum eius NIV 3 Paul gathered a pile of brushwood and, as he put it on the fire, a viper, driven out by the heat, fastened itself on his hand. VULA 4 ut vero viderunt barbari pendentem bestiam de manu eius ad invicem dicebant utique homicida est homo hic qui cum evaserit de mari Ultio non sinit vivere NIV 4 When the islanders saw the snake hanging from his hand, they said to each other, “This man must be a murderer; for though he escaped from the sea, the goddess Justice has not allowed him to live.” VULA 5 et ille quidem excutiens bestiam in ignem nihil mali passus est NIV 5 But Paul shook the snake off into the fire and suffered no ill effects. VULA 6 at illi existimabant eum in tumorem convertendum et subito casurum et mori diu autem illis sperantibus et videntibus nihil mali in eo fieri convertentes se dicebant eum esse deum NIV 6 The people expected him to swell up or suddenly fall dead; but after waiting a long time and seeing nothing unusual happen to him, they changed their minds and said he was a god. VULA 7 in locis autem illis erant praedia principis insulae nomine Publii qui nos suscipiens triduo benigne exhibuit NIV 7 There was an estate nearby that belonged to Publius, the chief official of the island. He welcomed us to his home and showed us generous hospitality for three days. VULA 8 contigit autem patrem Publii febribus et dysenteria vexatum iacere ad quem Paulus intravit et cum orasset et inposuisset ei manus salvavit eum NIV 8 His father was sick in bed, suffering from fever and dysentery. Paul went in to see him and, after prayer, placed his hands on him and healed him. VULA 9 quo facto et omnes qui in insula habebant infirmitates accedebant et curabantur NIV 9 When this had happened, the rest of the sick on the island came and were cured. VULA 10 qui etiam multis honoribus nos honoraverunt et navigantibus inposuerunt quae necessaria erant NIV 10 They honored us in many ways; and when we were ready to sail, they furnished us with the supplies we needed. VULA 11 post menses autem tres navigavimus in nave alexandrina quae in insula hiemaverat cui erat insigne Castorum NIV 11 After three months we put out to sea in a ship that had wintered in the island—it was an Alexandrian ship with the figurehead of the twin gods Castor and Pollux. VULA 12 et cum venissemus Syracusam mansimus ibi triduo NIV 12 We put in at Syracuse and stayed there three days. VULA 13 inde circumlegentes devenimus Regium et post unum diem flante austro secunda die venimus Puteolos NIV 13 From there we set sail and arrived at Rhegium. The next day the south wind came up, and on the following day we reached Puteoli. VULA 14 ubi inventis fratribus rogati sumus manere apud eos dies septem et sic venimus Romam NIV 14 There we found some brothers and sisters who invited us to spend a week with them. And so we came to Rome. VULA 15 et inde cum audissent fratres occurrerunt nobis usque ad Appii Forum et Tribus Tabernis quos cum vidisset Paulus gratias agens Deo accepit fiduciam NIV 15 The brothers and sisters there had heard that we were coming, and they traveled as far as the Forum of Appius and the Three Taverns to meet us. At the sight of these people Paul thanked God and was encouraged. VULA 16 cum venissemus autem Romam permissum est Paulo manere sibimet cum custodiente se milite NIV 16 When we got to Rome, Paul was allowed to live by himself, with a soldier to guard him. VULA 17 post tertium autem diem convocavit primos Iudaeorum cumque convenissent dicebat eis ego viri fratres nihil adversus plebem faciens aut morem paternum vinctus ab Hierosolymis traditus sum in manus Romanorum NIV 17 Three days later he called together the local Jewish leaders. When they had assembled, Paul said to them: “My brothers, although I have done nothing against our people or against the customs of our ancestors, I was arrested in Jerusalem and handed over to the Romans. VULA 18 qui cum interrogationem de me habuissent voluerunt me dimittere eo quod nulla causa esset mortis in me NIV 18 They examined me and wanted to release me, because I was not guilty of any crime deserving death. VULA 19 contradicentibus autem Iudaeis coactus sum appellare Caesarem non quasi gentem meam habens aliquid accusare NIV 19 The Jews objected, so I was compelled to make an appeal to Caesar. I certainly did not intend to bring any charge against my own people. VULA 20 propter hanc igitur causam rogavi vos videre et adloqui propter spem enim Israhel catena hac circumdatus sum NIV 20 For this reason I have asked to see you and talk with you. It is because of the hope of Israel that I am bound with this chain.” VULA 21 at illi dixerunt ad eum nos neque litteras accepimus de te a Iudaea neque adveniens aliquis fratrum nuntiavit aut locutus est quid de te malum NIV 21 They replied, “We have not received any letters from Judea concerning you, and none of our people who have come from there has reported or said anything bad about you. VULA 22 rogamus autem a te audire quae sentis nam de secta hac notum est nobis quia ubique ei contradicitur NIV 22 But we want to hear what your views are, for we know that people everywhere are talking against this sect.” VULA 23 cum constituissent autem illi diem venerunt ad eum in hospitium plures quibus exponebat testificans regnum Dei suadensque eos de Iesu ex lege Mosi et prophetis a mane usque ad vesperam NIV 23 They arranged to meet Paul on a certain day, and came in even larger numbers to the place where he was staying. He witnessed to them from morning till evening, explaining about the kingdom of God, and from the Law of Moses and from the Prophets he tried to persuade them about Jesus. VULA 24 et quidam credebant his quae dicebantur quidam vero non credebant NIV 24 Some were convinced by what he said, but others would not believe. VULA 25 cumque invicem non essent consentientes discedebant dicente Paulo unum verbum quia bene Spiritus Sanctus locutus est per Esaiam prophetam ad patres nostros NIV 25 They disagreed among themselves and began to leave after Paul had made this final statement: “The Holy Spirit spoke the truth to your ancestors when he said through Isaiah the prophet: VULA 26 dicens vade ad populum istum et dic aure audietis et non intellegetis et videntes videbitis et non perspicietis NIV 26 “ ‘Go to this people and say, “You will be ever hearing but never understanding; you will be ever seeing but never perceiving.” VULA 27 incrassatum est enim cor populi huius et auribus graviter audierunt et oculos suos conpresserunt ne forte videant oculis et auribus audiant et corde intellegant et convertantur et sanem illos NIV 27 For this people’s heart has become calloused; they hardly hear with their ears, and they have closed their eyes. Otherwise they might see with their eyes, hear with their ears, understand with their hearts and turn, and I would heal them.’ VULA 28 notum ergo sit vobis quoniam gentibus missum est hoc salutare Dei ipsi et audient NIV 28 “Therefore I want you to know that God’s salvation has been sent to the Gentiles, and they will listen!” VULA 29 [] VULA 30 mansit autem biennio toto in suo conducto et suscipiebat omnes qui ingrediebantur ad eum NIV 30 For two whole years Paul stayed there in his own rented house and welcomed all who came to see him. VULA 31 praedicans regnum Dei et docens quae sunt de Domino Iesu Christo cum omni fiducia sine prohibitione NIV 31 He proclaimed the kingdom of God and taught about the Lord Jesus Christ—with all boldness and without hindrance!