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  • Then a hand touched me, and set me trembling on my hands and knees. (Daniel 10, 10)

  • Then the king of the South, enraged, will set out to fight against the king of the North. He will mobilize a great army, and the multitude will fall into his hands (Daniel 11, 11)

  • And I heard the answer of the man in linen who was upstream. He raised his hands to heaven and swore by the One who lives eternally: "Everything will be fulfilled within a time, two times and a half a time. When the holy people is completely crushed and without any strength, then these things will be fulfilled." (Daniel 12, 7)

  • The two elders stood up and laid their hands upon her head. (Daniel 13, 34)

  • On the day of the king his officials get drunk and the king joins hands with the revelers. (Hosea 7, 5)

  • Assyria will not save us: no longer shall we look for horses nor ever again shall we say 'Our gods' to the work of our hands." (Hosea 14, 4)

  • Do not go through the gate of my people on the day of their disgrace, nor gloat over them in their misfortune on the day of their adversity, nor lay your hands upon their possessions on the day of their destruction. (Obadiah 1, 13)

  • I will abolish your carved images, the sacred stones from your midst, so that you no longer worship the work of your hands. (Micah 5, 12)

  • Their hands are skilled at doing evil. The official demands a bribe, the judge judges for a price and the mighty decides as he pleases. (Micah 7, 3)

  • On seeing this the nations will be put to shame in the midst of all their might. People will lay their hands upon their mouths and they will not believe the news. (Micah 7, 16)

  • Nothing can heal your wounds; your injury is fatal. All clap their hands when they hear about your fall. for who has not suffered constantly the plague of your cruelty? (Nahum 3, 19)

  • On that day they will say to Jerusalem: Do not be afraid nor let your hands tremble, (Zephaniah 3, 16)


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