Löydetty 177 Tulokset: stones

  • He also prepared two onyx stones, set and enclosed in gold, and engraved with the skill of a jeweler, with the names of the sons of Israel. (Exodus 39, 6)

  • And these twelve stones were engraved with the names of the twelve tribes of Israel, each one with a single name. (Exodus 39, 14)

  • he shall order the stones in which the leprosy is, to be dug out and cast outside the city in an unclean place, (Leviticus 14, 40)

  • and that other stones be put back, in place of those which had been taken away, and that the house be plastered with other mortar. (Leviticus 14, 42)

  • But if, after the stones have been dug out, and the dust wiped away, and it is plastered with other clay, (Leviticus 14, 43)

  • And so they shall promptly destroy it, and shall cast its stones and timber, and also all the dust, outside the town in an unclean place. (Leviticus 14, 45)

  • and whoever will have blasphemed the name of the Lord shall be put to death. The entire multitude shall overwhelm him with stones, whether he be a citizen or a sojourner. Whoever blasphemes the name of the Lord shall be put to death. (Leviticus 24, 16)

  • And Moses spoke to the sons of Israel. And they led away him who had blasphemed, beyond the camp, and they overwhelmed him with stones. And the sons of Israel did just as the Lord had instructed Moses. (Leviticus 24, 23)

  • And when the entire multitude cried out, and they wanted to crush them with stones, the glory of the Lord appeared, over the roof of the covenant, to all the sons of Israel. (Numbers 14, 10)

  • And the Lord said to Moses, “Let that man be put to death; let the entire crowd crush him with stones, outside the camp.” (Numbers 15, 35)

  • And when they had led him out, they overwhelmed him with stones, and he died, just as the Lord had instructed. (Numbers 15, 36)

  • The stones of the torrents were bent, so that they might rest in Ar and lie back within the borders of the Moabites. (Numbers 21, 15)


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