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Paul, after three months' stay in Melita, continues his voyage and arrives at Rome. His conference there with the Jews.

[1] And when we had escaped, then we knew that the island was called Melita. But the barbarians shewed us no small courtesy.
Et cum evasissemus, tunc cognovimus quia Melita insula vocabatur. Barbari vero praestabant non modicam humanitatem nobis.

[2] For kindling a fire, they refreshed us all, because of the present rain, and of the cold.
Accensa enim pyra, reficiebant nos omnes propter imbrem, qui imminebat, et frigus.

[3] And when Paul had gathered together a bundle of sticks, and had laid them on the fire, a viper coming out of the heat, fastened on his hand.
Cum congregasset autem Paulus sarmentorum aliquantam multitudinem, et imposuisset super ignem, vipera a calore cum processisset, invasit manum ejus.

[4] And when the barbarians saw the beast hanging on his hand, they said one to another: Undoubtedly this man is a murderer, who though he hath escaped the sea, yet vengeance doth not suffer him to live.
Ut vero viderunt Barbari pendentem bestiam de manu ejus, ad invicem dicebant : Utique homicida est homo hic, qui cum evaserit de mari, ultio non sinit eum vivere.

[5] And he indeed shaking off the beast into the fire, suffered no harm.
Et ille quidem excutiens bestiam in ignem, nihil mali passus est.

[6] But they supposed that he would begin to swell up, and that he would suddenly fall down and die. But expecting long, and seeing that there came no harm to him, changing their minds, they said, that he was a god.
At illi existimabant eum in tumorem convertendum, et subito casurum et mori. Diu autem illis exspectantibus, et videntibus nihil mali in eo fieri, convertentes se, dicebant eum esse deum.

[7] Now in these places were possessions of the chief man of the island, named Publius, who receiving us, for three days entertained us courteously.
In locis autem illis erant praedia principis insulae, nomine Publii, qui nos suscipiens, triduo benigne exhibuit.

[8] And it happened that the father of Publius lay sick of a fever, and of a bloody flux. To whom Paul entered in; and when he had prayed, and laid his hands on him, he healed him.
Contigit autem patrem Publii febribus et dysenteria vexatum jacere. Ad quem Paulus intravit : et cum orasset, et imposuisset ei manus, salvavit eum.

[9] Which being done, all that had diseases in the island, came and were healed:
Quo facto, omnes qui in insula habebant infirmitates, accedebant, et curabantur :

[10] Who also honoured us with many honours, and when we were to set sail, they laded us with such things as were necessary.
qui etiam multis honoribus nos honoraverunt, et navigantibus imposuerunt quae necessaria erant.

[11] And after three months, we sailed in a ship of Alexandria, that had wintered in the island, whose sign was the Castors.
Post menses autem tres navigavimus in navi Alexandrina, quae in insula hiemaverat, cui erat insigne Castorum.

[12] And when we were come to Syracusa, we tarried there three days.
Et cum venissemus Syracusam, mansimus ibi triduo.

[13] From thence, compassing by the shore, we came to Rhegium: and after one day, the south wind blowing, we came the second day to Puteoli;
Inde circumlegentes devenimus Rhegium : et post unum diem, flante austro, secunda die venimus Puteolos;

[14] Where, finding brethren, we were desired to tarry with them seven days: and so we went to Rome.
ubi inventis fratribus rogati sumus manere apud eos dies septem : et sic venimus Romam.

[15] And from thence, when the brethren had heard of us, they came to meet us as far as Appii Forum, and the Three Taverns: whom when Paul saw, he gave thanks to God, and took courage.
Et inde cum audissent fratres, occurrerunt nobis usque ad Apii forum, ac tres Tabernas. Quos cum vidisset Paulus, gratias agens Deo, accepit fiduciam.

[16] And when we were come to Rome, Paul was suffered to dwell by himself, with a soldier that kept him.
Cum autem venissemus Romam, permissum est Paulo manere sibimet cum custodiente se milite.

[17] And after the third day, he called together the chief of the Jews. And when they were assembled, he said to them: Men, brethren, I, having done nothing against the people, or the custom of our fathers, was delivered prisoner from Jerusalem into the hands of the Romans;
Post tertium autem diem convocavit primos Judaeorum. Cumque convenissent, dicebat eis : Ego, viri fratres, nihil adversus plebem faciens, aut morem paternum, vinctus ab Jerosolymis traditus sum in manus Romanorum,

[18] Who, when they had examined me, would have released me, for that there was no cause of death in me;
qui cum interrogationem de me habuissent, voluerunt me dimittere, eo quod nulla esset causa mortis in me.

[19] But the Jews contradicting it, I was constrained to appeal unto Caesar; not that I had any thing to accuse my nation of.
Contradicentibus autem Judaeis, coactus sum appellare Caesarem, non quasi gentem meam habens aliquid accusare.

[20] For this cause therefore I desired to see you, and to speak to you. Because that for the hope of Israel, I am bound with this chain.
Propter hanc igitur causam rogavi vos videre, et alloqui. Propter spem enim Israel catena hac circumdatus sum.

[21] But they said to him: We neither received letters concerning thee from Judea, neither did any of the brethren that came hither, relate or speak any evil of thee.
At illi dixerunt ad eum : Nos neque litteras accepimus de te a Judaea, neque adveniens aliquis fratrum nuntiavit, aut locutus est quid de te malum.

[22] But we desire to hear of thee what thou thinkest; for as concerning this sect, we know that it is everywhere contradicted.
Rogamus autem a te audire quae sentis : nam de secta hac notum est nobis quia ubique ei contradicitur.

[23] And when they had appointed him a day, there came very many to him unto his lodgings; to whom he expounded, testifying the kingdom of God, and persuading them concerning Jesus, out of the law of Moses and the prophets, from morning until evening.
Cum constituissent autem illi diem, venerunt ad eum in hospitium plurimi, quibus exponebat testificans regnum Dei, suadensque eis de Jesu ex lege Moysi et prophetis a mane usque ad vesperam.

[24] And some believed the things that were said; but some believed not.
Et quidam credebant his quae dicebantur : quidam vero non credebant.

[25] And when they agreed not among themselves, they departed, Paul speaking this one word: Well did the Holy Ghost speak to our fathers by Isaias the prophet,
Cumque invicem non essent consentientes, discedebant dicente Paulo unum verbum : Quia bene Spiritus Sanctus locutus est per Isaiam prophetam ad patres nostros,

[26] Saying: Go to this people, and say to them: With the ear you shall hear, and shall not understand; and seeing you shall see, and shall not perceive.
dicens : Vade ad populum istum, et dic ad eos : Aure audietis, et non intelligetis : et videntes videbitis, et non perspicietis.

[27] For the heart of this people is grown gross, and with their ears have they heard heavily, and their eyes they have shut; lest perhaps they should see with their eyes, and hear with their ears, and understand with their heart, and should be converted, and I should heal them.
Incrassatum est enim cor populi hujus, et auribus graviter audierunt, et oculos suos compresserunt : ne forte videant oculis, et auribus audiant, et corde intelligant, et convertantur, et sanem eos.

[28] Be it known therefore to you, that this salvation of God is sent to the Gentiles, and they will hear it.
Notum ergo sit vobis, quoniam gentibus missum est hoc salutare Dei, et ipsi audient.

[29] And when he had said these things, the Jews went out from him, having much reasoning among themselves.
Et cum haec dixisset, exierunt ab eo Judaei, multam habentes inter se quaestionem.

[30] And he remained two whole years in his own hired lodging; and he received all that came in to him,
Mansit autem biennio toto in suo conducto : et suscipiebat omnes qui ingrediebantur ad eum,

[31] Preaching the kingdom of God, and teaching the things which concern the Lord Jesus Christ, with all confidence, without prohibition.
praedicans regnum Dei, et docens quae sunt de Domino Jesu Christo cum omni fiducia, sine prohibitione.

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