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  • The God of our nation Israel chose our ancestors and made our people great when they were living in Egypt, a land not their own; then by divine power he led them out (Acts 13, 17)

  • When he had destroyed seven nations in Canaan, he put them in possession of their land (Acts 13, 19)

  • On the fourteenth night we were being driven one way and another in the Adriatic, when about midnight the crew sensed that land of some sort was near. (Acts 27, 27)

  • When day came they did not recognise the land, but they could make out a bay with a beach; they planned to run the ship aground on this if they could. (Acts 27, 39)

  • and the rest follow either on planks or on pieces of wreckage. In this way it happened that all came safe and sound to land. (Acts 27, 44)

  • and the promise is: so that you may have long life and prosper in the land. (Ephesians 6, 3)

  • By faith he sojourned in the Promised Land as though it were not his, living in tents with Isaac and Jacob, who were heirs with him of the same promise. (Hebrews 11, 9)

  • It was by faith they crossed the Red Sea as easily as dry land, while the Egyptians, trying to do the same, were drowned. (Hebrews 11, 29)

  • Next I saw four angels, standing at the four corners of the earth, holding back the four winds of the world to keep them from blowing over the land or the sea or any tree. (Revelation 7, 1)

  • Then I saw another angel rising where the sun rises, carrying the seal of the living God; he called in a powerful voice to the four angels whose duty was to devastate land and sea, (Revelation 7, 2)

  • 'Wait before you do any damage on land or at sea or to the trees, until we have put the seal on the foreheads of the servants of our God.' (Revelation 7, 3)

  • In his hand he had a small scroll, unrolled; he put his right foot in the sea and his left foot on the land (Revelation 10, 2)

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