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  • and then God remembered Noah and all the animals, wild and tame, that were with him in the ark. So God made a wind sweep over the earth, and the waters began to subside. (Genesis 8, 1)

  • Then Abraham drew nearer to him and said: "Will you sweep away the innocent with the guilty? (Genesis 18, 23)

  • I will make the sword, the avenger of my covenant, sweep over you. Though you then huddle together in your walled cities, I will send in pestilence among you, till you are forced to surrender to the enemy. (Leviticus 25, 25)

  • If any such person, upon hearing the words of this curse, should beguile himself into thinking that he can safely persist in his stubbornness of heart, as though to sweep away both the watered soil and the parched ground, (Deuteronomy 29, 18)

  • The flood shall sweep away his house with the waters that run off in the day of God's anger. (Job 20, 28)

  • Here deep calls to deep in the roar of your torrents. All your waves and breakers sweep over me. (Psalms 42, 8)

  • The oppression of the wicked will sweep them away, because they refuse to do what is right. (Proverbs 21, 7)

  • Deep waters cannot quench love, nor floods sweep it away. Were one to offer all he owns to purchase love, he would be roundly mocked. (Song of Solomon 8, 7)

  • I will make it a haunt of hoot owls and a marshland; I will sweep it with the broom of destruction, says the LORD of hosts. (Isaiah 14, 23)

  • He will stretch forth his hands in Moab as a swimmer extends his hands to swim; He will bring low their pride as his hands sweep over them. (Isaiah 25, 11)

  • I will make of right a measuring line, of justice a level.-- Hail shall sweep away the refuge of lies, and waters shall flood the hiding place. (Isaiah 28, 17)

  • While at every sweep of the rod which the LORD will bring down on him in punishment, (Isaiah 30, 32)


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