Trouvé 277 Résultats pour: wine

  • King Belshazzar gave a great banquet for his nobles, a thousand of them attended and he drank wine with them. (Daniel 5, 1)

  • Under the influence of wine, he ordered that the gold and silver vessels his father Nebuchadnezzar had taken from the temple in Jerusalem be brought in so that he and his nobles, his wives and concubines might drink from them. (Daniel 5, 2)

  • While they drank wine, they praised the gods of gold and silver, of bronze and iron, of wood and stone. (Daniel 5, 4)

  • You have defied the Lord of heaven. You had the vessels from his temple brought to you, and together with your nobles, your wives and concubines, you drank wine from them. You praised the idols made of silver and gold, of bronze, iron and stones, which neither see, nor hear, nor understand; but you never glorified God who has power over your life and all your fortunes. (Daniel 5, 23)

  • I ate no rich food, took no meat or wine, and did not perfume myself for three weeks. (Daniel 10, 3)

  • The Babylonians had an idol called Bel, to which twelve bushels of fine flour, forty sheep, and six measures of wine were offered daily. (Daniel 14, 3)

  • The priests said to the king, "See, we are going outside. We will leave you here inside, O king, to set out the food and prepare the wine. Then you can leave them, shut the door and seal it with your ring. (Daniel 14, 11)

  • You will return in the morning, and if you find that Bel has not eaten the food and drunk the wine, we are ready to be executed. But if the reverse happens, Daniel must die for telling lies and slandering us." (Daniel 14, 12)

  • They were confident for they had made a secret entrance under the table, through which they used to come in to consume the food and wine offerings. (Daniel 14, 13)

  • Yet she would not acknowledge that it was I who gave her the grain, the wine and the oil, and the silver and gold with which this people made their Baals. (Hosea 2, 10)

  • So I will take back my grain when it ripens and my new wine when it is ready; I will take back my wool and my flax which I gave to cover her nudity. (Hosea 2, 11)

  • the earth will respond to the grain, wine and oil, which will come up to the expectation of Jezreel. (Hosea 2, 24)


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