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  • Then taking him outside, he said, 'Look up at the sky and count the stars if you can. Just so will your descendants be,' he told him. (Genesis 15, 5)

  • I shall break your proud strength. I shall make the sky like iron for you, and your soil like bronze. (Leviticus 26, 19)

  • What kind of place are we making for? Our brothers have discouraged us by saying that the people are stronger and taller than we are, the cities immense, with walls reaching to the sky. And we have seen Anakim there too." (Deuteronomy 1, 28)

  • So you came and stood at the foot of the mountain, and the mountain flamed to the very sky, a sky darkened by cloud, murky and thunderous. (Deuteronomy 4, 11)

  • 'Listen, Israel; today you are about to cross the Jordan, to go and dispossess nations greater and stronger than yourself, and cities immense, with walls reaching to the sky. (Deuteronomy 9, 1)

  • so that you and your children may live long in the country which Yahweh swore to your ancestors that he would give them for as long as there is a sky above the earth. (Deuteronomy 11, 21)

  • Should you have been banished to the very sky's end, Yahweh your God will gather you again even from there, will come there to reclaim you (Deuteronomy 30, 4)

  • When the men of Ai looked back, they saw smoke rising from the town into the sky. None of them had the courage to run in any direction, for the people fleeing towards the desert turned back on their pursuers. (Joshua 8, 20)

  • And the sun stood still, and the moon halted, until the people had taken vengeance on their enemies. Is this not written in the Book of the Just? The sun stood still in the middle of the sky and delayed its setting for almost a whole day. (Joshua 10, 13)

  • But the signal, a column of smoke, began to rise from the town, and the Benjaminites looking back saw the whole town going up in flames to the sky. (Judges 20, 40)

  • The people who did not die were afflicted with tumours, and the wailing from the town rose to the sky. (1 Samuel 5, 12)

  • Rizpah daughter of Aiah, wearing sacking and spreading some out for herself on the rock, from the beginning of the barley harvest until the rain fell on them from heaven, kept the birds of the sky away from them in the daytime, and the wild animals away at night. (2 Samuel 21, 10)

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