Found 25 Results for: concerned

  • Do not be concerned about your belongings, for the best in the whole land of Egypt shall be yours.'" (Genesis 45, 20)

  • "Go and assemble the elders of the Israelites, and tell them: The LORD, the God of your fathers, the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, has appeared to me and said: I am concerned about you and about the way you are being treated in Egypt; (Exodus 3, 16)

  • The people believed, and when they heard that the LORD was concerned about them and had seen their affliction, they bowed down in worship. (Exodus 4, 31)

  • The LORD, your God, has blessed you in all your undertakings; he has been concerned about your journey through this vast desert. It is now forty years that he has been with you, and you have never been in want.' (Deuteronomy 2, 7)

  • The magistrates knew nothing of where I had gone or what I was doing, for as yet I had disclosed nothing to the Jews, neither to the priests, nor to the nobles, nor to the magistrates, nor to the others who would be concerned about the matter. (Nehemiah 2, 16)

  • Pethahiah, son of Meshezabel, a descendant of Zerah, son of Judah, was royal deputy in all affairs that concerned the people. (Nehemiah 11, 24)

  • Happy those concerned for the lowly and poor; when misfortune strikes, the LORD delivers them. (Psalms 41, 2)

  • They had made for themselves a senate house, and every day three hundred and twenty men took counsel, deliberating on all that concerned the people and their well-being. (1 Maccabees 8, 15)

  • They were not so much concerned about their wives and children or their brothers and kinsmen; their first and foremost fear was for the consecrated sanctuary. (2 Maccabees 15, 18)

  • Toil not to gain wealth, cease to be concerned about it; (Proverbs 23, 4)

  • I thought of beguiling my senses with wine, though my mind was concerned with wisdom, and of taking up folly, until I should understand what is best for men to do under the heavens during the limited days of their life. (Ecclesiastes 2, 3)

  • So with the potter sitting at his labor, revolving the wheel with his feet. He is always concerned for his products, and turns them out in quantity. (Ecclesiasticus 38, 29)

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