Löydetty 736 Tulokset: Judah

  • Yahweh will first save the towns and villages of Judah so that David's people and the inhabitants of Jerusalem will not feel more important than the rest of Judah. (Zechariah 12, 7)

  • You will flee through my mountain valley for it will extend as far as Azel. You will flee as you fled from the earthquake in the days of Uzziah, king of Judah, and Yahweh will come and all his holy ones with him. (Zechariah 14, 5)

  • while the men of Judah fight in Jerusalem. The wealth of all the neighboring nations will be left in that place, gold, silver and garments in great quantities. (Zechariah 14, 14)

  • The cooking pots of the Temple will be as sacred as the bowls of offering that are used for the altar, and even the ordinary cooking pots of the people of Jerusalem and Judah will be consecrated to Yahweh, God of hosts. So everyone who offers sacrifice may use them for cooking. Still more: from that day, there will no longer be merchants in the House of Yahweh, God of hosts. (Zechariah 14, 21)

  • Judah has been unfaithful, a grave sin has been committed in Israel and Jerusalem: the people of Judah have defiled the sacred inheritance of Yahweh by loving and marrying the daughters of a foreign god. (Malachi 2, 11)

  • Then Yahweh will accept with pleasure the offering of Judah and Jerusalem, as in former days. (Malachi 3, 4)

  • Abraham was the father of Isaac, Isaac the father of Jacob, Jacob the father of Judah and his brothers. (Matthew 1, 2)

  • Judah was the father of Perez and Zerah (their mother was Tamar), Perez was the father of Hezron, and Hezron of Aram. (Matthew 1, 3)

  • And you, Bethlehem, in the land of Judah, you are by no means the least among the clans of Judah, for from you will come a leader, the one who is to shepherd my people Israel." (Matthew 2, 6)

  • Mary then set out for a town in the Hills of Judah. (Luke 1, 39)

  • Simeon, Judah, Joseph, Jonam, Eliakim, (Luke 3, 30)

  • Amminadab, Adnim, Arni, Hezron, Perez, Judah, (Luke 3, 33)

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