Löydetty 7247 Tulokset: Lord

  • And Abraham responded by saying: “Since now I have begun, I will speak to my Lord, though I am dust and ashes. (Genesis 18, 27)

  • “I ask you,” he said, “not to be angry, Lord, if I speak. What if thirty were found there?” He responded, “I will not act, if I find thirty there.” (Genesis 18, 30)

  • “Since now I have begun,” he said, “I will speak to my Lord. What if twenty were found there?” He said, “I will not put to death, for the sake of the twenty.” (Genesis 18, 31)

  • “I beg you,” he said, “not to be angry, Lord, if I speak yet once more. What if ten were found there?” And he said, “I will not destroy it for the sake of the ten.” (Genesis 18, 32)

  • And the Lord departed, after he had ceased speaking to Abraham, who then returned to his place. (Genesis 18, 33)

  • For we will eliminate this place, because the outcry among them has increased before the Lord, who sent us to destroy them.” (Genesis 19, 13)

  • And so Lot, going out, spoke to his sons-in-law, who were going to receive his daughters, and he said: “Rise up. Depart from this place. For the Lord will destroy this city.” And it seemed to them that he was speaking playfully. (Genesis 19, 14)

  • And, since he ignored them, they took his hand, and the hand of his wife, as well as that of his two daughters, because the Lord was sparing him. (Genesis 19, 16)

  • And Lot said to them: “I beg you, my lord, (Genesis 19, 18)

  • Therefore, the Lord rained upon Sodom and Gomorrah sulphur and fire, from the Lord, out of heaven. (Genesis 19, 24)

  • Then Abraham, rising up in the morning, in the place where he had stood before with the Lord, (Genesis 19, 27)

  • In truth, Abimelech had not touched her, and so he said: “Lord, would you put to death a people, ignorant and just? (Genesis 20, 4)

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