Talált 571 Eredmények: Egypt

  • Moses said to God, "Who am I that I should go to Pharaoh and bring the people of Israel out of Egypt?" (Exodus 3, 11)

  • God replied, "I will be with you and this will be the sign that I have sent you. When you have brought the people out of Egypt, you will worship God on this mountain." (Exodus 3, 12)

  • and I mean to bring you out of all this oppression in Egypt and take you to the land of the Canaanites, a land flowing with milk and honey.' (Exodus 3, 17)

  • The elders of Israel will listen to you and, with them, you shall go to the palace of the king of Egypt and say to him: 'The God of the Hebrews, Yahweh, has met with us. Now let us go a three days' journey into the wilderness to sacrifice to Yahweh our God.' (Exodus 3, 18)

  • I will therefore stretch out my hand and strike Egypt in extraordinary ways, after which he will let you go. (Exodus 3, 20)

  • Then Moses went back to Jethro, his father-in-law, and said to him, "I am going back to my brothers in Egypt to see if they are still alive." Jethro said to Moses, "Go in peace!" (Exodus 4, 18)

  • Yahweh said to Moses in the land of Midian, "Go back to Egypt for all the men who wanted to kill you are dead." (Exodus 4, 19)

  • Moses took with him his wife and his sons. He put them on a donkey and set off for Egypt, holding in his hand the staff of God. (Exodus 4, 20)

  • Yahweh said to Moses, "You are returning to Egypt and you will perform all the miraculous signs that I have empowered you to do, in the presence of Pharaoh. I will, however, make him stubborn so that he will not let the people go. (Exodus 4, 21)

  • The king of Egypt said to them, "Moses and Aaron, why do you take people away from their work? Get back to your tasks. (Exodus 5, 4)

  • The people scattered throughout Egypt to gather stubble to use for straw. (Exodus 5, 12)

  • Therefore say this to them: "I am Yahweh. I will take you away from the burden of Egypt and free you from its bondage; I will redeem you with the blows of my powerful hand. (Exodus 6, 6)


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