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  • I will therefore stretch out my hand and strike Egypt in extraordinary ways, after which he will let you go. (Exodus 3, 20)

  • Ask of the times past. Inquire from the day when God created man on earth. Ask from one end of the world to the other: Has there ever been anything as extraordinary as this? (Deuteronomy 4, 32)

  • In Jerusalem he constructed engines, invented by experts, which were mounted on the towers and at the corners to fire arrows and great stones. His fame spread far and wide; for he was extraordinary in getting help until he was strong. (2 Chronicles 26, 15)

  • However, when the authorities in Babylon sent to him to inquire about the extraordinary thing that had taken place in the country, God abandoned him only to test him, and to discover the secrets of his heart. (2 Chronicles 32, 31)

  • Meanwhile the Jews blessed the Lord who had glorified his Holy Place. The Temple, which a little while before had been filled with terror and fear, now overflowed with joy and gladness because of the extraordinary manifestation of God. (2 Maccabees 3, 30)

  • While your people would experience a miraculous journey, their oppressors would suffer an extraordinary death. (Wisdom of Solomon 19, 5)

  • I have heard that you have the spirit of the gods, that you have insight and extraordinary wisdom. (Daniel 5, 14)

  • Because of the extraordinary spirit residing in him, Daniel excelled above all the other administrators and satraps, so that the king planned to give him authority over the entire kingdom. (Daniel 6, 3)

  • God did extraordinary deeds of power through the hands of Paul. (Acts 19, 11)

  • Live in peace with one another. Do not dream of extraordinary things; be humble and do not hold yourselves as wise. (Romans 12, 16)

  • However, I better give up lest somebody think more of me than what is seen in me or heard from me. Lest I become proud after so many and extraordinary revelations, I was given a thorn in my flesh, a true messenger of Satan, to slap me in the face. (2 Corinthians 12, 7)

  • may you understand with what extraordinary power he acts in favor of us who believe. (Ephesians 1, 19)

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