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  • A furnace for silver, a foundry for gold, but Yahweh for the testing of hearts! (Proverbs 17, 3)

  • A furnace for silver, a foundry for gold: a person is worth what his reputation is worth. (Proverbs 27, 21)

  • Overshadowing the camp there was the cloud; where there had been water, dry land was seen to rise; the Red Sea became an unimpeded way, the tempestuous waves, a green plain; (Wisdom of Solomon 19, 7)

  • As his blessing covers the dry land like a river and soaks it like a flood, (Ecclesiasticus 39, 22)

  • Then Yahweh will dry up the gulf of the Sea of Egypt, he will raise his hand against the River with the heat of his breath. He will divide it into seven streams for them to cross dry-shod. (Isaiah 11, 15)

  • The waters will ebb from the sea, the river will dry up and run low, (Isaiah 19, 5)

  • the streams will become foul, the rivers of Egypt sink and dry up. Rush and reed will turn black, (Isaiah 19, 6)

  • Like heat in a dry land you calm the foreigners' tumult; as heat under the shadow of a cloud, so the song of the pitiless dies away. (Isaiah 25, 5)

  • When boughs go dry, they get burnt, women come and use them for firewood. Now, this is a people that does not understand, and so its Maker will not take pity on it, he who formed it will not show it any mercy. (Isaiah 27, 11)

  • Let the desert and the dry lands be glad, let the wasteland rejoice and bloom; like the asphodel, (Isaiah 35, 1)

  • I shall open up rivers on barren heights and water-holes down in the ravines; I shall turn the desert into a lake and dry ground into springs of water. (Isaiah 41, 18)

  • I shall ravage mountain and hill, shall wither all their vegetation; I shall turn the torrents into firm ground and dry up the marshes. (Isaiah 42, 15)


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