Found 31 Results for: lofty

  • And the waters prevailed beyond measure across the earth. And all the lofty mountains under the whole heaven were covered. (Genesis 7, 19)




  • And before the sons of Israel they disparaged the land, which they had inspected, saying: “The land, which we viewed, devours its inhabitants. The people, upon whom we gazed, were of lofty stature. (Numbers 13, 33)

  • And when he had led him to a lofty place, on the top of mount Pisgah, Balaam built seven altars, and placing upon each a calf and a ram, (Numbers 23, 14)

  • They are a people, great and numerous, and of lofty stature, like the Anakim, whom the Lord wiped away before their face. And he caused them to live there in place of them, (Deuteronomy 2, 21)

  • a people great and lofty, the sons of the Anakim, whom you yourselves have seen and heard, against whom no one is able to stand. (Deuteronomy 9, 2)

  • Overturn all the places where the nations, which you will possess, worshipped their gods on lofty mountains, and on hills, and under every leafy tree. (Deuteronomy 12, 2)

  • Look with favor from your sanctuary and from your lofty habitation amid the heavens, and bless your people Israel and the land which you have given to us, just as you swore to our fathers, a land flowing with milk and honey.’ (Deuteronomy 26, 15)




  • And he will crush you in all your cities. And your strong and lofty walls, in which you trusted, will be destroyed throughout all your land. You will be besieged within your gates throughout all your land, which the Lord your God will give to you. (Deuteronomy 28, 52)

  • A fourth battle was in Gath. In that place, there was a lofty man, who had six digits on each hand and each foot, that is, twenty-four in all, and he was from the origins of Arapha. (2 Samuel 21, 20)

  • And he crossed over the Euphrates and came into Mesopotamia. And he crushed all the lofty cities that were there, from the torrent of Mambre, even until one passes through to the sea. (Judith 2, 14)

  • For their powerful one did not fall by young men, nor did the sons of Titan strike him, nor did lofty giants set themselves against him, but Judith, the daughter of Merari, dissolved him with the splendor of her face. (Judith 16, 8)

  • For the Lord is exalted, and he looks with favor on the humble. But the lofty he knows from a distance. (Psalms 137, 6)




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