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  • Who among the gods is like you, Yahweh? Who is like you, majestic in holiness, awesome in power, doing wonders? (Exodus 15, 11)

  • And Moses said to Aaron, "That is what Yahweh meant when he said: 'I will show my holiness through those who approach me, and before all the people I will show my glory." And Aaron had to remain silent. (Leviticus 10, 3)

  • for I am Yahweh your God. Take the way of holiness and be holy, for I am holy. Do not make yourselves unclean with any of the creatures that swarm on the ground, (Leviticus 11, 44)

  • Take the way of holiness so that you be holy for I am Yahweh, your God. (Leviticus 20, 7)

  • It was at the waters of Meribah that the sons of Israel quarreled with Yahweh and where he showed his holiness to them. (Numbers 20, 13)

  • I am now building a house to honor Yahweh, my God, to acknowledge his holiness by burning incense of scented spices in his presence, by the loaves that are perpetually set out, by offerings morning and evening, on the sabbath, New Moon, and the solemn festivals of Yahweh our God - and this forever in Israel. (2 Chronicles 2, 3)

  • Did I not swear by my holiness? I will not lie to David. (Psalms 89, 36)

  • Your decrees can be trusted; holiness dwells in your house day after day without end, O Lord. (Psalms 93, 5)

  • In his days, the Jews managed to root out the pagans from their land, especially from the city of David, Jerusalem, where they had built a Citadel from which they went out to profane the surroundings of the temple and to violate its holiness. (1 Maccabees 14, 36)

  • Others who had assembled in nearby caves to celebrate the sabbath were denounced to Philip and they allowed themselves to be burned. Because of the holiness of the sabbath day, they had scruples about defending themselves. (2 Maccabees 6, 11)

  • invincible holiness will be his shield, (Wisdom of Solomon 5, 19)

  • to rule the world in holiness and justice, passing sentence with right judgment, (Wisdom of Solomon 9, 3)


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