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  • Never has there been a God who went out to look for a people and take them out from among the other nations by the strength of trials and signs, by wonders and by war, with a firm hand and an outstretched arm. Never has there been any deed as tremendous as those done for you by Yahweh in Egypt, which you saw with your own eyes. (Deuteronomy 4, 34)

  • Remember that you were once enslaved in the land of Egypt from where Yahweh, your God, brought you out with his powerful hand and outstretched arm. For that reason, Yahweh, your God, commands you to observe the sabbath. (Deuteronomy 5, 15)

  • those terrible trials which you saw with your eyes and the marvels and signs, the strong hand and outstretched arm with which Yahweh, your God, has freed you. (Deuteronomy 7, 19)

  • Do not forget that they are your people and your possession whom you brought out of Egypt with your great power and outstretched arm." (Deuteronomy 9, 29)

  • (for they shall hear of your great Name, your mighty hand and outstretched arm), and prays in this House, (1 Kings 8, 42)

  • And the foreigner too, not belonging to your people Israel, if he comes from a distant country for the sake of your Name and of your mighty hand and outstretched arm, if he comes and prays in this house, (2 Chronicles 6, 32)

  • with strong hand and outstretched arm, his kindness endures forever. (Psalms 136, 12)

  • If I walk in the midst of trouble, you give me life. With outstretched arm, you save me from the wrath of my foes, with your right hand you deliver me. (Psalms 138, 7)

  • He had seen Onias, the former High Priest, a courteous, good man, humble in his ways, distinguished in his words and exemplary in his irreproachable conduct since childhood. With arms outstretched, Onias prayed for the whole Jewish community. (2 Maccabees 15, 12)

  • At every beat of the punishing rod the plagues will fall on him. For Yahweh will fight him with outstretched hand. (Isaiah 30, 32)

  • I hear a cry as of a woman in labor, anguish as of one giving birth the first time. It is the cry of the daughter of Zion, gasping for breath with hands outstretched: "Woe is me! I am fainting amidst a band of murderers!" (Jeremiah 4, 31)

  • Then I myself will fight against you with outstretched hand and mighty arm, with anger and fury and great wrath, (Jeremiah 21, 5)

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