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  • Hiram sent experienced crews of sailors to sail the ships with Solomon's men. - 1 Kings 9:27

  • Hiram sent him ships commanded by his own officers and manned by experienced crews of sailors. These ships sailed to the land of Ophir with Solomon's men and brought back to Solomon almost seventeen tons* of gold.5 - 2 Chronicles 8:18

  • The king had a fleet of trading ships* manned by the sailors sent by Hiram.* Once every three years the ships returned, loaded down with gold, silver, ivory, apes, and peacocks.*7 - 2 Chronicles 9:21

  • Their ships were tossed to the heavens and sank again to the depths; the sailors cringed in terror. - Psalms 107:26

  • Everything is lost--your riches and wares, your sailors and helmsmen, your ship builders, merchants, and warriors. On that day of vast ruin, everyone on board sinks into the depths of the sea. - Ezekiel 27:27

  • All the oarsmen abandon their ships; the sailors and helmsmen come to stand on the shore. - Ezekiel 27:29

  • Fearing for their lives, the desperate sailors shouted to their gods for help and threw the cargo overboard to lighten the ship. And all this time Jonah was sound asleep down in the hold. - Obadiah 1:5

  • Then he told them that he was running away from the LORD. The sailors were terrified when they heard this. "Oh, why did you do it?" they groaned. - Obadiah 1:10

  • Instead, the sailors tried even harder to row the boat ashore. But the stormy sea was too violent for them, and they couldn't make it. - Obadiah 1:13

  • Then the sailors picked Jonah up and threw him into the raging sea, and the storm stopped at once! - Obadiah 1:15

  • The sailors were awestruck by the LORD's great power, and they offered him a sacrifice and vowed to serve him. - Obadiah 1:16

  • When a light wind began blowing from the south, the sailors thought they could make it. So they pulled up anchor and sailed along close to shore. - Acts 27:13

  • Then we banded the ship with ropes to strengthen the hull. The sailors were afraid of being driven across to the sandbars of Syrtis off the African coast, so they lowered the sea anchor and were thus driven before the wind. - Acts 27:17

  • About midnight on the fourteenth night of the storm, as we were being driven across the Sea of Adria,* the sailors sensed land was near.3 - Acts 27:27

  • Then the sailors tried to abandon the ship; they lowered the lifeboat as though they were going to put out anchors from the prow. - Acts 27:30
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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