Talált 219 Eredmények: camp

  • The Ishmaelites ranged from Havilah-by-Shur, which is on the border of Egypt, all the way to Asshur; and each of them pitched camp in opposition to his various kinsmen. (Genesis 25, 18)




  • The LORD appeared to him and said: "Do not go down to Egypt, but continue to camp wherever in this land I tell you. (Genesis 26, 2)

  • "If Esau should attack and overwhelm one camp," he reasoned, "the remaining camp may still survive." (Genesis 32, 9)

  • So the gifts went on ahead of him, while he stayed that night in the camp. (Genesis 32, 22)

  • Then Esau said, "Let us break camp and be on our way; I will travel alongside you." (Genesis 33, 12)

  • "Tell the Israelites to turn about and camp before Pi-hahiroth, between Migdol and the sea. You shall camp in front of Baal-zephon, just opposite, by the sea. (Exodus 14, 2)

  • The angel of God, who had been leading Israel's camp, now moved and went around behind them. The column of cloud also, leaving the front, took up its place behind them, (Exodus 14, 19)




  • so that it came between the camp of the Egyptians and that of Israel. But the cloud now became dark, and thus the night passed without the rival camps coming any closer together all night long. (Exodus 14, 20)

  • In the evening quail came up and covered the camp. In the morning a dew lay all about the camp, (Exodus 16, 13)

  • After the journey from Rephidim to the desert of Sinai, they pitched camp. While Israel was encamped here in front of the mountain, (Exodus 19, 2)

  • On the morning of the third day there were peals of thunder and lightning, and a heavy cloud over the mountain, and a very loud trumpet blast, so that all the people in the camp trembled. (Exodus 19, 16)

  • But Moses led the people out of the camp to meet God, and they stationed themselves at the foot of the mountain. (Exodus 19, 17)




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