Trouvé 19 Résultats pour: plants

  • God said, 'Let the earth produce vegetation: seed-bearing plants, and fruit trees on earth, bearing fruit with their seed inside, each corresponding to its own species.' And so it was. (Genesis 1, 11)




  • The earth produced vegetation: the various kinds of seed-bearing plants and the fruit trees with seed inside, each corresponding to its own species. God saw that it was good. (Genesis 1, 12)

  • God also said, 'Look, to you I give all the seed-bearing plants everywhere on the surface of the earth, and all the trees with seed-bearing fruit; this will be your food. (Genesis 1, 29)

  • And to all the wild animals, all the birds of heaven and all the living creatures that creep along the ground, I give all the foliage of the plants as their food.' And so it was. (Genesis 1, 30)

  • Every living thing that moves will be yours to eat, no less than the foliage of the plants. I give you everything, (Genesis 9, 3)

  • He could discourse on plants from the cedar in Lebanon to the hyssop growing on the wall; and he could discourse on animals and birds and reptiles and fish. (1 Kings 5, 13)

  • that was why their inhabitants, feeble of hand, were dismayed and discomfited, were weak as grass, were frail as plants, were like grass of housetop and meadow under the east wind. (2 Kings 19, 26)




  • Even when green and before being cut, fastest of all plants they wither. (Job 8, 12)

  • for cattle you make the grass grow, and for people the plants they need, to bring forth food from the earth, (Psalms 104, 14)

  • May our sons be like plants growing tall from their earliest days, our daughters like pillars carved fit for a palace, (Psalms 144, 12)

  • He veils the sky with clouds, and provides the earth with rain, makes grass grow on the hills and plants for people to use, (Psalms 147, 8)

  • Judas, also known as Maccabaeus, however, with about nine others, withdrew into the desert. He lived like the wild animals in the hills with his companions, eating nothing but wild plants to avoid contracting defilement. (2 Maccabees 5, 27)




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