Trouvé 252 Résultats pour: gods

  • The childbearing and menstruous women touch their sacrifices: knowing therefore by these things that they are not gods, fear them not. (Baruch 6, 28)

  • For how can they be called gods? because women set offerings before the gods of silver, and of gold, and of wood: (Baruch 6, 29)

  • And they roar and cry before their gods, as men do at the feast when one is dead. (Baruch 6, 31)

  • Their gods, of wood, and of stone, and of gold, and of silver, are like the stones that are hewn out of the mountains: and they that worship them shall be confounded. (Baruch 6, 38)

  • How then is it to be supposed, or to be said, that they are gods? (Baruch 6, 39)

  • As though they could be sensible that have no motion themselves: and they, when they shall perceive this, will leave them: for their gods themselves have no sense. (Baruch 6, 41)

  • But all things that are done about them, are false: how is it then to be thought, or to be said, that they are gods? (Baruch 6, 44)

  • For the artificers themselves that make them, are of no long continuance. Can those things then that are made by them be gods? (Baruch 6, 46)

  • How then can they be thought to be gods, that can neither deliver themselves from war, nor save themselves from evils? (Baruch 6, 49)

  • For seeing they are but of wood, and laid over with gold, and with silver, it shall be known hereafter that they are false things, by all nations and kings: and it shall be manifest that they are no gods, but the work of men's hands, and that there is no work of God in them. (Baruch 6, 50)

  • Whence therefore is it known that they are not gods, but the work of men's hands, and no work of God is in them? (Baruch 6, 51)

  • For when fire shall fall upon the house of these gods of wood, and of silver, and of gold, their priests indeed will flee away, and be saved: but they themselves shall be burnt in the midst like beams. (Baruch 6, 54)

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