Talált 58 Eredmények: Sackcloth

  • Then Jacob rent his clothes, put sackcloth on his loins, and mourned his son many days. (Genesis 37, 34)

  • Then David said to Joab and to all the people who were with him, "Rend your garments, gird yourselves with sackcloth, and mourn over Abner." King David himself followed the bier. (2 Samuel 3, 31)

  • David besought God for the child. He kept a fast, retiring for the night to lie on the ground clothed in sackcloth. (2 Samuel 12, 16)

  • Then Rizpah, Aiah's daughter, took sackcloth and spread it out for herself on the rock from the beginning of the harvest until rain came down on them from the sky, fending off the birds of the sky from settling on them by day, and the wild animals by night. (2 Samuel 21, 10)

  • His servants said to him: "We have heard that the kings of the land of Israel are merciful kings. Allow us, therefore, to garb ourselves in sackcloth, with cords around our heads, and go out to the king of Israel. Perhaps he will spare your life." (1 Kings 20, 31)

  • So they dressed in sackcloth girded at the waist, and wearing cords around their heads, they went to the king of Israel. "Your servant Ben-hadad pleads for his life," they said. "Is he still alive?" the king asked. "He is my brother." (1 Kings 20, 32)

  • When Ahab heard these words, he tore his garments and put on sackcloth over his bare flesh. He fasted, slept in the sackcloth, and went about subdued. (1 Kings 21, 27)

  • When the king heard the woman's words, he tore his garments. And as he was walking on the wall, the people saw that he was wearing sackcloth underneath, next to his skin. (2 Kings 6, 30)

  • When King Hezekiah heard this, he tore his garments, wrapped himself in sackcloth, and went into the temple of the LORD. (2 Kings 19, 1)

  • He sent Eliakim, the master of the palace, Shebnah the scribe, and the elders of the priests, wrapped in sackcloth, to tell the prophet Isaiah, son of Amoz, (2 Kings 19, 2)

  • When David raised his eyes, he saw the angel of the LORD standing between earth and heaven, with a naked sword in his hand stretched out against Jerusalem. David and the elders, clothed in sackcloth, prostrated themselves face to the ground, (1 Chronicles 21, 16)

  • On the twenty-fourth day of this month, the Israelites gathered together fasting and in sackcloth, their heads covered with dust. (Nehemiah 9, 1)

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