Talált 140 Eredmények: darkness

  • I understood that wisdom is more profitable than folly, just as light is better than darkness: (Ecclesiastes 2, 13)

  • The wise man has eyes in his head, while the fool walks in darkness. But it dawned on me that the same fate overtakes them both. (Ecclesiastes 2, 14)

  • Why did he eat in darkness all through his life, amidst great sorrow, suffering and vexation? (Ecclesiastes 5, 16)

  • For he came in vain and goes to darkness and in darkness will his name be hidden. (Ecclesiastes 6, 4)

  • all were bound by the same chain of darkness. Everything held them paralyzed by fear: the sighing of the wind and the tuneful song of the birds in spreading branches, the continuous noise of rushing water (Wisdom of Solomon 17, 18)

  • they alone were covered in the darkness of night, the image of night that would be their lot. But even heavier than the darkness was the burden they were for themselves. (Wisdom of Solomon 17, 21)

  • In contrast to this darkness, you gave your holy people a pillar of fire as a guide in their unmapped journey, as a mild sun during their glorious migration. (Wisdom of Solomon 18, 3)

  • The enemy deserved to be without light and imprisoned in darkness for having imprisoned your sons, the people through whom the imperishable light of your laws would be given to the world. (Wisdom of Solomon 18, 4)

  • For this they were afflicted with blindness like the men of Sodom who came to the door of the righteous man Lot and found themselves in utter darkness, each one groping around to find his own door. (Wisdom of Solomon 19, 17)

  • The man unfaithful to the marriage bed who thinks like this, "Who sees me? Darkness surrounds me, the walls hide me; nobody can see me. Why should I worry? The Almighty will not take note of my faults." (Ecclesiasticus 23, 18)

  • God let him hear his voice and led him into darkness, where face to face he gave him the commandments, the law of life and knowledge, to teach Jacob the covenant and make his decrees known to Israel. (Ecclesiasticus 45, 5)

  • Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil, who change darkness for light and light for darkness, who give bitter for sweet and sweet for bittter. (Isaiah 5, 20)

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