Found 169 Results for: guilt

  • If I say to someone wicked, "You will die," and you do not warn this person; if you do not speak to warn someone wicked to renounce evil and so save his life, it is the wicked person who will die for the guilt, but I shall hold you responsible for that death. (Ezekiel 3, 18)

  • If, however, you do warn someone wicked who then fails to renounce wickedness and evil ways, the wicked person will die for the guilt, but you yourself will have saved your life. (Ezekiel 3, 19)

  • When someone upright renounces uprightness to do evil and I set a trap for him, it is he who will die; since you failed to warn him, he will die for his guilt, and the uprightness he practised will no longer be remembered; but I shall hold you responsible for his death. (Ezekiel 3, 20)

  • 'Lie down on your left side and take the guilt of the House of Israel on yourself. You will bear their guilt for as many days as you lie on that side. (Ezekiel 4, 4)

  • Allowing one day for every year of their guilt, I ordain that you bear it for three hundred and ninety days; this is how you will bear the House of Israel's guilt. (Ezekiel 4, 5)

  • And when you have finished doing this, you are to lie down again, on your right side, and bear the guilt of the House of Judah for forty days. I have set the length for you as one day for one year. (Ezekiel 4, 6)

  • until there is no food or water left, and they fall into a stupor and waste away because of their guilt.' (Ezekiel 4, 17)

  • They will throw their silver away in the streets and their gold they will regard as a pollution; neither their silver nor their gold will be able to save them on the day of Yahweh's fury. Never again will they have enough to eat, never again will they fill their bellies, since that was the occasion for their guilt. (Ezekiel 7, 19)

  • He said, 'The guilt of the House of Israel and Judah is immense; the country is full of bloodshed, the city full of perversity, for they say, "Yahweh has abandoned the country, Yahweh cannot see." (Ezekiel 9, 9)

  • Both will be punished for their guilt; the prophet's punishment will be the same as that of the person who consults him, (Ezekiel 14, 10)

  • But his father, because he was violent, robbed others and never did good among his people, will most certainly die in his guilt. (Ezekiel 18, 18)

  • 'Now, you say, "Why doesn't the son bear his father's guilt?" If the son has been law-abiding and upright, has kept all my laws and followed them, most certainly he will live. (Ezekiel 18, 19)


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