Found 45 Results for: desolation

  • and the word of the Lord by the mouth of Jeremiah would be fulfilled, and the land would celebrate her Sabbaths. For during all the days of the desolation, she kept a Sabbath, until the seventy years were completed. (2 Chronicles 36, 21)

  • In desolation and in famine, you will laugh, and you will not dread the beasts of the earth. (Job 5, 22)

  • How have they been brought to desolation? They have suddenly failed. They have perished because of their iniquity. (Psalms 72, 19)

  • the sharp arrows of the powerful, along with the burning coals of desolation. (Psalms 119, 4)

  • On the fifteenth day of the month of Kislev, in the one hundred and forty-fifth year, king Antiochus set up the abominable idol of desolation on the altar of God, and they built altars throughout all the surrounding cities of Judah. (1 Maccabees 1, 57)

  • And after this, they will fall without honor and with contempt among the dead forever. Seeing that they are puffed up and speechless, he will shatter them and will shake them from the foundations all the way to the top, to their utter desolation, and they will grieve and their remembrance will perish. (Wisdom of Solomon 4, 19)

  • The pelican and the hedgehog will possess it. And the ibis and the raven will live in it. And a measuring line will be extended over it, so that it may be reduced to nothing, and a plumb line, unto desolation. (Isaiah 34, 11)

  • The lion has ascended from his den, and the pillager of the nations has lifted himself up. He has gone forth from his place, so that he may set your land in desolation. Your cities will be laid waste, remaining without an inhabitant. (Jeremiah 4, 7)

  • And from the cities of Judah and the streets of Jerusalem, I will cause the cessation of the voice of gladness and the voice of rejoicing, the voice of the groom and the voice of the bride. For the land will be in utter desolation.” (Jeremiah 7, 34)

  • And so their land has been given over to desolation and to perpetual hissing. Each one who passes by will be astonished and will shake his head. (Jeremiah 18, 16)

  • But if you will not listen to these words, I swear by myself, says the Lord, that this house will be in desolation. (Jeremiah 22, 5)

  • And this entire land will be in desolation and in stupor. And all these nations will serve the king of Babylon, for seventy years. (Jeremiah 25, 11)


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