Löydetty 374 Tulokset: servants

  • Though I kept sending to you all my servants the prophets, with the plea not to commit this horrible deed which I hate, (Jeremiah 44, 4)

  • You have brought your wrath and anger down upon us, as you had warned us through your servants the prophets: (Baruch 2, 20)

  • But we did not heed your voice, or serve the king of Babylon, and you fulfilled the threats you had made through your servants the prophets, to have the bones of our kings and the bones of our fathers brought out from their burial places. (Baruch 2, 24)

  • Thus says the Lord GOD: It is of you that I spoke in ancient times through my servants, the prophets of Israel, who prophesied in those days that I would bring you against them. (Ezekiel 38, 17)

  • They shall serve in my sanctuary as gatekeepers and temple servants; they shall slaughter the holocausts and the sacrifices for the people, and they shall stand before the people to minister for them. (Ezekiel 44, 11)

  • But if he makes a gift of part of his inheritance to one of his servants, it shall belong to the latter only until the year of release, when it shall revert to the prince. Only the inheritance given to his sons is permanent. (Ezekiel 46, 17)

  • "Please test your servants for ten days. Give us vegetables to eat and water to drink. (Daniel 1, 12)

  • Then see how we look in comparison with the other young men who eat from the royal table, and treat your servants according to what you see." (Daniel 1, 13)

  • The Chaldeans answered the king (Aramaic): "O king, live forever! Tell your servants the dream and we will give its meaning." (Daniel 2, 4)

  • Again they answered, "Let the king tell his servants the dream and we will give its meaning." (Daniel 2, 7)

  • Now we cannot open our mouths; we, your servants, who revere you, have become a shame and a reproach. (Daniel 3, 33)

  • Let all those be routed who inflict evils on your servants; Let them be shamed and powerless, and their strength broken; (Daniel 3, 44)


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