Löydetty 68 Tulokset: Shepherd

  • As the shepherd looks after his flock when he finds them scattered, so will I watch over my sheep and gather them from all the places where they were scattered in a time of cloud and fog. (Ezekiel 34, 12)

  • I will search for the lost and lead back the strays. I will bind up the injured and strengthen the weak, but the fat and strong will be eliminated. I will shepherd my flock with justice. (Ezekiel 34, 16)

  • Over them I will put one shepherd, my servant David who will tend them, pasture them and be a true shepherd for them. (Ezekiel 34, 23)

  • My servant David will reign over them, one shepherd for all. They will live according to my laws and follow and practice my decrees. (Ezekiel 37, 24)

  • Yahweh says this, "As the shepherd rescues from the mouth of the lion a pair of legs or the tip of an ear, so shall some of you be saved, O Israelites of Samaria who loll on comfortable couches and rest on pillows of Damascus." (Amos 3, 12)

  • He will stand and shepherd his flock with the strength of Yahweh, in the glorious Name of Yahweh, his God. They will live safely while he wins renown to the ends of the earth. (Micah 5, 3)

  • Shepherd your people with your staff, shepherd the flock of your inheritance that dwells alone in the scrub, in the midst of a fertile land. Let them feed in Bashan and Gilead (Micah 7, 14)

  • This is why the people stray like sheep without a shepherd. Against these shepherds my anger is aroused and I will punish the leaders. When Yahweh of hosts visits his flock, the nation of Judah, he will make it his proud war horse. (Zechariah 10, 3)

  • Yahweh says: I shall no longer give a thought to the inhabitants of this land, and I am handing over each one to the power of his shepherd; although their king may oppress the land, I shall not rescue this people from their power." (Zechariah 11, 6)

  • So I became the shepherd of the sheep to be slaughtered and provided myself with two staffs - one I called Favor and the other Bonds. I then pastured my flock, (Zechariah 11, 7)

  • So I said, "No longer shall I shepherd you: whatever is to die, let it die and let what is to perish, perish, and let those who are left devour each other's flesh." (Zechariah 11, 9)

  • Then Yahweh said to me, "Take another disguise, one that is fitting for a foolish shepherd (Zechariah 11, 15)


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