Trouvé 81 Résultats pour: served

  • Jacob then said to Laban, "Give me my wife, for I have served my time and I want to lie with her." (Genesis 29, 21)

  • Give me my wives and my children, for whom I have served you, and let me go, for you know how well I have served you." (Genesis 30, 26)

  • Jacob said, "You know how well I have served you and how your cattle have prospered with me. (Genesis 30, 29)

  • You yourselves know that I have served your father with all my strength. (Genesis 31, 6)

  • He was served separately and so were they, and the Egyptians as well, for the Egyptians cannot share a meal with Hebrews; for the Egyptians this would be a shame. (Genesis 43, 32)

  • He also made the bronze basin and its bronze base from the mirrors of the women who served at the entrance to the Tent of Meeting. (Exodus 38, 8)

  • You have seen with your own eyes what Yahweh has done with Baal-peor and with those who served him. Yahweh has destroyed them. (Deuteronomy 4, 3)

  • For having not served Yahweh, your God, with joy and gladness of heart when you lacked nothing, (Deuteronomy 28, 47)

  • But if you do not want to serve Yahweh, make known this very day whom you shall serve - whether they be the gods your fathers served in Mesopotamia or the gods of the Amorites who formerly occupied the land in which you now live. As for me, I and my household will serve Yahweh." (Joshua 24, 15)

  • Israel served Yahweh throughout the whole life of Joshua and of the elders who outlived Joshua and who had witnessed all the wonders Yahweh did for Israel. (Joshua 24, 31)

  • The people served Yahweh during the lifetime of Joshua and of the leaders who outlived him, and who had witnessed all the great works of Yahweh for Israel. (Judges 2, 7)

  • The Israelites treated Yahweh badly for they served the Baals instead. (Judges 2, 11)


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