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  • And when the men of Israel had seen themselves to be in a narrowed position, they hid themselves in caves, and in out of the way places, and in rocks, and in hollows, and in pits (for the people were distressed). (1 Samuel 13, 6)

  • Now there were, between the ascents along which Jonathan strove to cross to the garrison of the Philistines, rocks projecting from both sides, and, in the manner of teeth, boulders breaking out from one side and the other. The name of one was Shining, and the name of the other was Thorny. (1 Samuel 14, 4)

  • Therefore, Saul, taking three thousand elect men from all of Israel, traveled in order to search for David and his men, even upon the most broken rocks, which are passable only to mountain goats. (1 Samuel 24, 3)

  • And he said to him, “Go out and stand on the mount before the Lord.” And behold, the Lord passed by. And there was a great and strong wind, tearing apart the mountains, and crushing the rocks before the Lord. But the Lord was not in the wind. And after the wind, there was an earthquake. But the Lord was not in the earthquake. (1 Kings 19, 11)

  • The mountains will be moved from the foundations by the waters. The rocks, like wax, will liquefy before your face. (Judith 16, 18)

  • these are wet with the mountain rain, and, having no covering, they embrace the rocks. (Job 24, 8)

  • He has stretched out his hand to the rocks; he has overturned the foundations of the mountains. (Job 28, 9)

  • He has cut rivers through the rocks, and his eye has seen all precious things. (Job 28, 10)

  • They lived in the parched desert and in caves underground or above the rocks. (Job 30, 6)

  • Do you know at what time the wild goats have given birth among the rocks, or do you observe the deer when they go into labor? (Job 39, 1)

  • She dwells among the rocks, and she lingers among broken boulders and inaccessible cliffs. (Job 39, 28)

  • Above them, the flying things of the air will dwell. From the midst of the rocks, they will utter voices. (Psalms 103, 12)


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