Löydetty 43 Tulokset: wipe

  • Yahweh then instructed Moses, "Write this in a book as something to be remembered, and make it known in the hearing of Joshua that I will wipe out the remembrance of Amalek from under heaven." (Exodus 17, 14)




  • Let not the Egyptians say: 'Yahweh brought them out with evil intent, for he wanted to kill them in the mountains and wipe them from the face of the earth.' Turn away from the heat of your anger and do not bring disaster on your people. (Exodus 32, 12)

  • Let me alone and I will destroy them and wipe out their name from under heaven. And out of you, I will make another people more numerous and greater than they." (Deuteronomy 9, 14)

  • Destroy their altars, smash their pedestals, burn their sacred pillars, and break into pieces the images of their gods. Wipe out in those places even the name of their gods. (Deuteronomy 12, 3)

  • Therefore, when Yahweh, your God, after subduing all your enemies around you, has given you rest in the land which he gives you, you shall wipe out the remembrance of Amalek from under the heavens. Do not forget. (Deuteronomy 25, 19)

  • Yahweh shall not pardon him. His rage and jealousy shall burn against that man, and all the curses written in this book await him. Yahweh will wipe out his name from under the heavens, (Deuteronomy 29, 19)

  • Now swear to me by Yahweh that you will not wipe out my descendants and erase the name of my family." (1 Samuel 24, 22)




  • The Gibeonites were not of the people of Israel but descendants of the Amorites. Although the Israelites had sworn to spare them, Saul had attempted to wipe them out on behalf of the people of Israel and Judah. (2 Samuel 21, 2)

  • Now, I shall bring disaster on the family of Jeroboam. I will cut off every male in Jeroboam's line, whether slave or freeman in Israel, and I will wipe out the descendants of Jeroboam just as they wipe out the dung till all is gone. (1 Kings 14, 10)

  • When Athaliah, the mother of Ahaziah, saw that her son had died, she was determined to wipe out all the descendants of the king. (2 Kings 11, 1)

  • But Yahweh did not decide to wipe out the name of Israel from under the heavens, so he saved them by the hand of Jeroboam, son of Joash. (2 Kings 14, 27)

  • Jerusalem and its kings shall suffer the fate of Samaria and of the family of Ahab. I will wipe Jerusalem as one wipes a plate to clean it, and then turns it upside down. (2 Kings 21, 13)




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