Talált 25 Eredmények: vanity

  • They rejected his statutes, the covenant which he had made with their fathers, and the warnings which he had given them. The vanity they pursued, they themselves became: they followed the surrounding nations whom the LORD had commanded them not to imitate. (2 Kings 17, 15)

  • Vanity of vanities, says Qoheleth, vanity of vanities! All things are vanity! (Ecclesiastes 1, 2)

  • I have seen all things that are done under the sun, and behold, all is vanity and a chase after wind. (Ecclesiastes 1, 14)

  • I said to myself, "Come, now, let me try you with pleasure and the enjoyment of good things." But behold, this too was vanity. (Ecclesiastes 2, 1)

  • But when I turned to all the works that my hands had wrought, and to the toil at which I had taken such pains, behold! all was vanity and a chase after wind, with nothing gained under the sun. (Ecclesiastes 2, 11)

  • So I said to myself, if the fool's lot is to befall me also, why then should I be wise? Where is the profit for me? And I concluded in my heart that this too is vanity. (Ecclesiastes 2, 15)

  • Therefore I loathed life, since for me the work that is done under the sun is evil; for all is vanity and a chase after wind. (Ecclesiastes 2, 17)

  • And who knows whether he will be a wise man or a fool? Yet he will have control over all the fruits of my wise labor under the sun. This also is vanity. (Ecclesiastes 2, 19)

  • For here is a man who has labored with wisdom and knowledge and skill, and to another, who has not labored over it, he must leave his property. This also is vanity and a great misfortune. (Ecclesiastes 2, 21)

  • All his days sorrow and grief are his occupation; even at night his mind is not at rest. This also is vanity. (Ecclesiastes 2, 23)

  • For to whatever man he sees fit he gives wisdom and knowledge and joy; but to the sinner he gives the task of gathering possessions to be given to whatever man God sees fit. This also is vanity and a chase after wind. (Ecclesiastes 2, 26)

  • For the lot of man and of beast is one lot; the one dies as well as the other. Both have the same life-breath, and man has no advantage over the beast; but all is vanity. (Ecclesiastes 3, 19)


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