Löydetty 277 Tulokset: wine

  • In the streets they cry for wine: all joy is gone, all cheer has left the land. (Isaiah 24, 11)

  • On this mountain Yahweh Sabaoth will prepare for all peoples a feast of rich food and choice wines, meat full of marrow, fine wine strained. (Isaiah 25, 6)

  • Woe to the drunkards of Ephraim proudly adorned, to that fading flower of luxurious beauty on the head of a rich valley - all are dizzy with wine. (Isaiah 28, 1)

  • But they also have erred through wine, reeling and stumbling from strong drink. Priests and prophets stagger, befuddled with wine, reeling when seeing visions, stumbling when rendering decisions. (Isaiah 28, 7)

  • Be irresolute, be stupefied, lose your sight and remain blind! Be drunk but not from wine, stagger but not from beer. (Isaiah 29, 9)

  • and surrender. So I will let each of you eat of your vine and of your fig tree and drink the water of your cistern until I come again. Then I will take you to a land like your own land, a land of grain and new wine, of bread and vineyards. (Isaiah 36, 17)

  • I will make your oppressors eat their own flesh and be drunk with their own blood, as with wine. All mankind will know that I, Yahweh, am your savior, your redeemer, the Mighty One of Jacob. (Isaiah 49, 26)

  • Therefore hear this now, you afflicted one, you who are drunk but not with wine. (Isaiah 51, 21)

  • Come here, all you who are thirsty, come to the water! All who have no money, come! Yes, without money and at no cost, buy and drink wine and milk. (Isaiah 55, 1)

  • "Come, bring wine," they say, "and let us all get drunk, and tomorrow will be as today, or perhaps even a happier day." (Isaiah 56, 12)

  • Yahweh swears by his right hand and by his mighty arm: Never again will I give your grain as food for your enemies, nor will foreigners drink the wine for which you have labored. (Isaiah 62, 8)

  • But those who toil will eat the harvest, and praise Yahweh; and those working for the vintage shall drink of the wine in the courts of my sanctuary. (Isaiah 62, 9)

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