Don’t be afraid. Nobody is going to drown...
Paul knows that it is autumn, and that it will soon be winter. Then the weather is much worse, often with storms and rain. It’s better not to go sailing then.
“Men, listen,’ says Paul. “I think that it’s would be better if we didn’t go any further. It would be better for us to stay here in the harbour until winter is over. If we sail now it could become very dangerous.”
“Not at all!” say the captain and the first mate. “We’re just going to start sailing, and when winter comes we’ll find another harbour where we can stay. The weather is fine at the moment.”
Julius listens to the captain. They must know best. What does Paul know about sailing?
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This Bible story from Acts 27:27- Acts 28:5 was written by Ellen Zuijdwegt for a Dutch Sunday school method, but you can use it at home, within a church service, Sunday school setting or anywhere you like
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