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  • His lord, upon hearing these things, and having excessive trust in the words of his mate, was very angry. (Genesis 39, 19)

  • Let me be your very own servant, for I accepted this one into my trust, and I promised, saying: ‘Unless I lead him back, I will be guilty of a sin against my father for all time.’ (Genesis 44, 32)

  • Perhaps, you have taken counsel, so that you would prepare yourself for battle. In whom do you trust, so that you would dare to rebel? (2 Kings 18, 20)

  • Do you hope in Egypt, that staff of a broken reed, which, if a man would lean upon it, breaking, it would pierce his hand? Such is Pharaoh, the king of Egypt, to all who would trust in him. (2 Kings 18, 21)

  • “So shall you say to Hezekiah, the king of Judah: Let not your God, in whom you trust, lead you astray. And you should not say, ‘Jerusalem will not be delivered into the hands of the king of the Assyrians.’ (2 Kings 19, 10)

  • Yet truly, let no account be given by them of the money that they receive. Instead, let them have it within their power and trust.” (2 Kings 22, 7)

  • for he did not trust in the Lord. Because of this, he caused his death, and he transferred his kingdom to David, the son of Jesse. (1 Chronicles 10, 14)

  • And the Lord was with Jehoshaphat, because he walked in the first ways of his father, David. And he did not trust in the Baals, (2 Chronicles 17, 3)

  • But the sons of Ammon and Moab approached Holofernes, saying: “The sons of Israel do not trust in their lances, nor in their arrows, but the mountains are their defense, and the steep hills and precipices constitute their fortifications. (Judith 7, 8)

  • So may it be with these also, O Lord, who trust in their multitude, and in their swift chariots, and in their pikes, and in their shields, and in their arrows, and the glory in their lances. (Judith 9, 9)

  • He has pulled down the strong by his strength, and, when he stands up, he will not have trust in his life. (Job 24, 22)

  • If I have considered gold to be my strength, or if I have called purified gold ‘my Trust;’ (Job 31, 24)


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