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  • Like a bird flying away to another place, and like a sparrow that hurries away freely, so also a curse uttered against someone without cause will pass away. (Proverbs 26, 2)

  • And they will close the doors to the street, when the voice of he who grinds the grain will be humbled, and they will be disturbed at the sound of a flying thing, and all the daughters of song shall become deaf. (Ecclesiastes 12, 4)

  • or, like a bird flying through the air, there is no evidence of her journey to be found, but there is hardly a sound as the beating of her wings lifts up the air and, by the force of her journey, divides the air she has flown across, which was disturbed by her wings, and afterwards there is no sign of her journey to be found; (Wisdom of Solomon 5, 11)

  • The bee is small among flying things, but its fruit holds the summit of sweetness. (Ecclesiasticus 11, 3)

  • He placed the fear of him over all flesh, and he had dominion over wild beasts and flying things. (Ecclesiasticus 17, 4)

  • The Seraphims were standing above the throne. One had six wings, and the other had six wings: with two they were covering his face, and with two they were covering his feet, and with two they were flying. (Isaiah 6, 2)

  • And this shall be: like a bird fleeing away, and like fledglings flying from the nest, so will the daughters of Moab be at the passage of Arnon. (Isaiah 16, 2)

  • The burden of the beasts in the south. In a land of tribulation and anguish, from which go forth the lioness and the lion, the viper and the flying king snake, they carry their riches upon the shoulders of beasts of burden, and their valuables upon the humps of camels, to a people who are not able to offer profit to them. (Isaiah 30, 6)

  • Like birds flying, so will the Lord of hosts protect Jerusalem, protecting and freeing, passing over and saving. (Isaiah 31, 5)

  • I looked, and there was no man. And all the flying things of the air had gone away. (Jeremiah 4, 25)

  • Because of this, thus says the Lord God: Behold, I am against your little pillows, with which you catch flying souls. And I will tear them away from your arms. And I will release the souls that you are capturing, the souls that should fly. (Ezekiel 13, 20)

  • And before my face there shall be stirred up: the fish of the sea, and the flying things of the air, and the beasts of the field, and every crawling thing that moves across the soil, and all the men who are upon the face of the earth. And the mountains will be overturned, and the hedges will fall, and every wall will fall in ruin to the ground. (Ezekiel 38, 20)


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