Found 25 Results for: continually

  • 'Order the Israelites to bring you crushed-olive oil for the lamp-stand, and keep a flame burning there continually. (Leviticus 24, 2)

  • They replied, 'If you send the ark of the God of Israel away, you must certainly not send it away without a gift; you must pay him a guilt offering. You will then recover and will realise why he continually oppressed you.' (1 Samuel 6, 3)

  • How fortunate your wives are! How fortunate these courtiers of yours, continually in attendance on you and listening to your wisdom! (1 Kings 10, 8)

  • The priests Benaiah and Jahaziel continually blew the trumpet before the ark of the covenant of God. (1 Chronicles 16, 6)

  • Seek out Yahweh, seek his strength, continually seek out his presence! (1 Chronicles 16, 11)

  • How fortunate your people are! How fortunate your courtiers, continually in attendance on you and listening to your wisdom! (2 Chronicles 9, 7)

  • He had been sixty-two when he went blind; and after his cure, he lived in comfort, practising almsgiving and continually praising God and extolling his greatness. (Tobit 14, 2)

  • [Of David, when he had feigned insanity before Abimelech, and Abimelech sent him away] I will bless Yahweh at all times, his praise continually on my lips. (Psalms 34, 1)

  • How blessed are those who live in your house; they shall praise you continually. Pause (Psalms 84, 4)

  • Antiochus, meanwhile, from his positions on the outskirts of Dora, was continually throwing detachments against the town. He constructed siege-engines, and blockaded Trypho, preventing movement in or out. (1 Maccabees 15, 25)

  • My heart dwells on this continually and sinks within me. (Lamentations 3, 20)

  • Continually we were wearing out our eyes, watching for help -- in vain. From our towers we watched for a nation which could not save us anyway. (Lamentations 4, 17)


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