Common misspellings for Ships:
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Definition of Ships:
- early used in foreign commerce by the Phoenicians ( Genesis 49:13 ). Moses ( Deuteronomy 28:68 ) and ( Job 9:26 ) make reference to them, and Balaam speaks of the " ships of Chittim" ( Numbers 24:24 ). Solomon constructed a navy at Ezion-geber by the assistance of Hiram's sailors ( 1 Kings 9:26-28 ; 2 Chr 8:18 ). Afterwards, Jehoshaphat sought to provide himself with a navy at the same port, but his ships appear to have been wrecked before they set sail ( 1 Kings 22:48 1 Kings 22:49 ; 2 Chr 20:35-37 ). In our Lord's time fishermen's boats on the Sea of Galilee were called " ships." Much may be learned regarding the construction of ancient merchant ships and navigation from the record in Acts 2728 , 28.