Löydetty 127 Tulokset: darkness

  • as he spends the rest of his days in darkness, mourning, many sorrows, sickness and exasperation. (Ecclesiastes 5, 16)

  • In futility it came, into darkness it departs, and in darkness will its name be buried. (Ecclesiastes 6, 4)

  • However many years you live, enjoy them all, but remember, the days of darkness will be many: futility awaits you at the end. (Ecclesiastes 11, 8)

  • And they, all locked in the same sleep, while that darkness lasted -- which was in fact quite powerless and had issued from the depths of equally powerless Hades- (Wisdom of Solomon 17, 14)

  • Whether he was ploughman or shepherd, or somebody at work in the desert, he was still overtaken and suffered the inevitable fate, for all had been bound by the one same chain of darkness. (Wisdom of Solomon 17, 17)

  • over them alone there spread a heavy darkness, image of the dark that would receive them. But heavier than the darkness was the burden they were to themselves. (Wisdom of Solomon 17, 21)

  • In contrast to the darkness, you gave your people a pillar of blazing fire to guide them on their unknown journey, a mild sun for their ambitious migration. (Wisdom of Solomon 18, 3)

  • But well those others deserved to be deprived of light and imprisoned in darkness, for they had kept in captivity your children, by whom the incorruptible light of the Law was to be given to the world. (Wisdom of Solomon 18, 4)

  • Hence they were struck with blindness, like the sinners at the gate of the upright, when, yawning darkness all around them, each had to grope his way through his own door. (Wisdom of Solomon 19, 17)

  • and the man who sins against the marriage bed and says to himself, 'Who can see me? There is darkness all round me, the walls hide me, no one can see me, why should I worry? The Most High will not remember my sins.' (Ecclesiasticus 23, 18)

  • he allowed him to hear his voice, and led him into the darkness; (Ecclesiasticus 45, 5)

  • Woe to those who call what is bad, good, and what is good, bad, who substitute darkness for light and light for darkness, who substitute bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter. (Isaiah 5, 20)


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