Talált 259 Eredmények: ground

  • You must therefore set the clean beast apart from the unclean, and the clean bird apart from the unclean and you shall not defile yourselves by animal or by bird or by anything that creeps along the ground, which I have separated from you as unclean. (Leviticus 20, 25)

  • The people went about gathering it up and then ground it between millstones or pounded it in a mortar. They boiled it in a pot and made cakes with it which tasted like cakes made with oil. (Numbers 11, 8)

  • A wind arose, sent by Yahweh, that drove in quails from the sea and let them down beside the camp covering the distance of a day's walk on one side and almost a day's walk on the other side around the camp; they were about three feet deep on the ground. (Numbers 11, 31)

  • When Moses, heard this, he threw himself face downward on the ground. (Numbers 16, 4)

  • "Stand away from this community; I am going to destroy them here and now." The two of them threw themselves face downward on the ground. (Numbers 17, 10)

  • Then Yahweh opened Balaam's eyes and he saw Yahweh's angel standing on the road with a drawn sword. He bowed and fell downward, his face to the ground. (Numbers 22, 31)

  • Regarding the sin, that calf which you had made - I threw it in the fire, broke it into pieces and ground it until it was fine as dust. Then I threw the dust into the brook that flows down from the mountain. (Deuteronomy 9, 21)

  • Only take care that you do not eat the blood, you shall pour it out on the ground like water. (Deuteronomy 15, 23)

  • If you find along your way a bird's nest in a tree or on the ground, and the mother-bird is sitting upon the birdlings or upon the eggs, you shall not bring with you the mother-bird together with the young, (Deuteronomy 22, 6)

  • If he deserves flogging, the judge shall make him fall down on the ground in his presence and shall have him flogged with the number of stripes in proportion to his sin. (Deuteronomy 25, 2)

  • And he answered: "No, I have come as the commander of the army of Yahweh." Joshua lay prostrate on the ground, worshiped him and said: "What does my Lord ask of his servant?" (Joshua 5, 14)

  • Yahweh answered: "Stand up! Why are you prostrate on the ground? (Joshua 7, 10)


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