Löydetty 24 Tulokset: wheels

  • He so clogged their chariot wheels that they could hardly move. Then the Egyptians said, "Let us flee from the Israelites for Yahweh is fighting for them against Egypt." (Exodus 14, 25)

  • Each stand had four brazen wheels and axles; its four feet had shoulderings under the basin. (1 Kings 7, 30)

  • The four wheels were below the panels; their axles being one piece with the stands. Each wheel was a cubit and a half high. (1 Kings 7, 32)

  • The wheels were made like chariot wheels; their axles, rims, spokes and hubs were all of cast metal. The four legs of each stand had cast braces supporting a basin and had wreaths on each side. (1 Kings 7, 33)

  • Their arrows are sharp, all their bows are strong: their horses' hoofs seem like flint, their chariot wheels like the whirlwind. (Isaiah 5, 28)

  • at the sound of the hooves of stamping steeds, the rattle of chariots, the rumbling of wheels. Fathers forget their children, as their hands fall limp. (Jeremiah 47, 3)

  • glittering as if made of chrysolite. The four wheels had the same shape: indeed each was double - two wheels placed crosswise, (Ezekiel 1, 16)

  • When the creatures moved forward the wheels moved along beside them and when the creatures rose from the ground the wheels rose, too. (Ezekiel 1, 19)

  • Wherever the spirit was to go, there the creatures went and the wheels went with them for the spirit of the creatures was also in the wheels. (Ezekiel 1, 20)

  • When the creatures moved forward they did, too, stopping when they stopped, rising above the ground when they did, for the spirit of the creatures was in the wheels. (Ezekiel 1, 21)

  • and I heard the noise of the animals' wings brushing against each other, and the noise of the wheels; it was a great uproar. (Ezekiel 3, 13)

  • He spoke to the man clothed in linen, "Enter by the space between the wheels under the cherubim, fill your hands with coals of fire from between the cherubim and scatter them over the city." And I saw him as he entered. (Ezekiel 10, 2)

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