Trouvé 50 Résultats pour: futile

  • Do not transfer your allegiance to useless idols which, being useless, are futile and cannot save anybody; (1 Samuel 12, 21)

  • They despised his laws and the covenant which he had made with their ancestors and the warnings which he had given them. Pursuing futility, they themselves became futile through copying the nations round them, although Yahweh had ordered them not to act as they did. (2 Kings 17, 15)

  • Any hope you might have would be futile, the mere sight of him would overwhelm you. (Job 41, 1)

  • Sheer futility, Qoheleth says. Sheer futility: everything is futile! (Ecclesiastes 1, 2)

  • I have seen everything that is done under the sun: how futile it all is, mere chasing after the wind! (Ecclesiastes 1, 14)

  • I thought to myself, 'Very well, I will try pleasure and see what enjoyment has to offer.' And this was futile too. (Ecclesiastes 2, 1)

  • 'Since the fool's fate', I thought to myself, 'will be my fate too, what is the point of my having been wise?' I realised that this too is futile. (Ecclesiastes 2, 15)

  • who knows whether he will be wise or a fool? Yet he will be master of all the work into which I have put my efforts and wisdom under the sun. That is futile too. (Ecclesiastes 2, 19)

  • For here is one who has laboured wisely, skilfully and successfully and must leave what is his own to someone who has not toiled for it at all. This is futile too, and grossly unjust; (Ecclesiastes 2, 21)

  • since his days are full of sorrow, his work is full of stress and even at night he has no peace of mind? This is futile too. (Ecclesiastes 2, 23)

  • For the fate of human and the fate of animal is the same: as the one dies, so the other dies; both have the selfsame breath. Human is in no way better off than animal -- since all is futile. (Ecclesiastes 3, 19)

  • And something else futile I observe under the sun: (Ecclesiastes 4, 7)


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