Talált 140 Eredmények: build

  • Therefore, we questioned those elders, and we spoke to them in this way: ‘Who has given authority to you, so that you would build this house and repair these walls?’ (Ezra 5, 9)

  • and let this temple of God be released to the governor of the Jews and to their elders, so that they may build that house of God in its place. (Ezra 6, 7)

  • And I revealed to them how the hand of my God was with me for good, and the words of the king, which he had spoken to me. And I said: “Let us rise up, and build.” And their hands were strengthened for good. (Nehemiah 2, 18)

  • And I replied to them a word, and I said to them: “The God of heaven himself is helping us, and we are his servants. Let us rise up and build. But there is no portion, or justice, or remembrance in Jerusalem for you.” (Nehemiah 2, 20)

  • Then too, Tobiah, an Ammonite, his assistant, said: “Let them build. When the fox climbs, he will leap over their stone wall.” (Nehemiah 4, 3)

  • Then Judah said: “The strength of those who carry has diminished, and the amount of material is very great, and so we will not be able to build the wall.” (Nehemiah 4, 10)

  • In fact, I preferred to build in the work of the wall, and I bought no land, and all my servants were gathered to do the work. (Nehemiah 5, 16)

  • Those who despise you will be cursed, and all those who blaspheme by you will be condemned, and those who build you up will be blessed. (Tobit 13, 16)

  • with the kings and consuls of the earth, who build themselves solitudes, (Job 3, 14)

  • If he tears down, there is no one who can build up; if he encloses a man, there is no one who can open. (Job 12, 14)

  • For, having broken in, he stripped the poor. He has quickly stolen away a house he did not build. (Job 20, 19)

  • Since they have not understood the works of the Lord and the works of his hands, you will destroy them, and you will not build them up. (Psalms 27, 5)

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