Fundar 27 Resultados para: calamity

  • Should there be any kind of sickness or calamity not mentioned in this book of the law, that too the LORD will bring upon you until you are destroyed. (Deuteronomy 28, 61)

  • When he saw her, he rent his garments and said, "Alas, daughter, you have struck me down and brought calamity upon me. For I have made a vow to the LORD and I cannot retract." (Judges 11, 35)

  • Then watch! If it goes to Beth-shemesh along the route to his own territory, he has brought this great calamity upon us; if not, we will know it was not he who struck us, but that an accident happened to us." (1 Samuel 6, 9)

  • The descendants of Jeconiah did not join in the celebration with the inhabitants of Beth-shemesh when they greeted the ark of the LORD, and seventy of them were struck down. The people went into mourning at this great calamity with which the LORD had afflicted them. (1 Samuel 6, 19)

  • They attacked me on my day of calamity, but the LORD came to my support. (2 Samuel 22, 19)

  • But when the angel stretched forth his hand toward Jerusalem to destroy it, the LORD regretted the calamity and said to the angel causing the destruction among the people, "Enough now! Stay your hand." The angel of the LORD was then standing at the threshing floor of Araunah the Jebusite. (2 Samuel 24, 16)

  • God also sent an angel to destroy Jerusalem; but as he was on the point of destroying it, the LORD saw and decided against the calamity, and said to the destroying angel, "Enough now! Stay your hand!"The angel of the LORD was then standing by the threshing floor of Ornan the Jebusite. (1 Chronicles 21, 15)

  • Ah, could my anguish but be measured and my calamity laid with it in the scales, (Job 6, 2)

  • Let his own eyes see the calamity, and the wrath of the Almighty let him drink! (Job 21, 20)

  • Nay, the evil man is spared calamity when it comes; (Job 21, 30)

  • Will God then attend to his cry when calamity comes upon him? (Job 27, 9)

  • Yet should not a hand be held out to help a wretched man in his calamity? (Job 30, 24)


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