Trouvé 34 Résultats pour: ship

  • Yahweh will send you back to Egypt, either by ship or by a road which I promised you would never see again. And there you will want to offer yourselves for sale to your enemies as serving men and women, but no one will buy you.' (Deuteronomy 28, 68)




  • Gilead stayed on the other side of the Jordan, and why should Dan have stayed aboard ship? Asher remained beside the sea, peacefully living within his ports. (Judges 5, 17)

  • Trypho now boarded a ship and escaped to Orthosia. (1 Maccabees 15, 37)

  • the way of an eagle through the skies, the way of a snake over the rock, the way of a ship in mid-ocean, the way of a man with a girl. (Proverbs 30, 19)

  • Like a ship that cuts through heaving waves -- leaving no trace to show where it has passed, no wake from its keel in the waves. (Wisdom of Solomon 5, 10)

  • Or someone else, taking ship to cross the wild waves, loudly invokes a piece of wood frailer than the vessel that bears him. (Wisdom of Solomon 14, 1)

  • Agreed, the ship is the product of a craving for gain, its building embodies the wisdom of the shipwright; (Wisdom of Solomon 14, 2)




  • No one who hates the Law is wise, one who is hypocritical about it is like a storm-tossed ship. (Ecclesiasticus 33, 2)

  • There it is that Yahweh shows us his power, like a place of rivers and very wide canals on which will row no galley, over which will pass no majestic ship. (Isaiah 33, 21)

  • Say to Tyre, "City enthroned at the gateway of the sea, agent between the peoples and the many islands, Lord Yahweh says this: Tyre, you used to say: I am a ship perfect in beauty. (Ezekiel 27, 3)

  • The elders and craftsmen of Gebal were there to caulk your seams. "Every sea-going ship and crew frequented you to guarantee your trade. (Ezekiel 27, 9)

  • "That day, I shall send messengers by ship to terrify the carefree Cushites, and anguish will overtake them on the day of Egypt -- it is coming now! (Ezekiel 30, 9)




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