Löydetty 38 Tulokset: memory

  • Yahweh then said to Moses, 'Write this down in a book to commemorate it, and repeat it over to Joshua, for I shall blot out all memory of Amalek under heaven.' (Exodus 17, 14)

  • When Yahweh your God has granted you peace from all the enemies surrounding you, in the country given you by Yahweh your God to own as your heritage, you must blot out the memory of Amalek under heaven. Do not forget.' (Deuteronomy 25, 19)

  • I should crush them to dust, I said, I should wipe out all memory of them, (Deuteronomy 32, 26)

  • Now, during his lifetime, Absalom had made and erected a pillar to himself, which is in the Valley of the King. 'I have no son', he said, 'to preserve the memory of my name.' He gave his own name to the pillar, and today it is still called Absalom's Monument. (2 Samuel 18, 18)

  • Judith replied, 'Listen to me, I intend to do something, the memory of which will be handed down to the children of our race from age to age. (Judith 8, 32)

  • Thus commemorated and celebrated from generation to generation, in every family, in every province, in every city, these days of Purim will never be abrogated among the Jews, nor will their memory perish from their race. (Esther 9, 28)

  • His memory fades from the land, his name is forgotten in the countryside. (Job 18, 17)

  • the enemy is wiped out -- mere ruins for ever -- you have annihilated their cities, their memory has perished. See, (Psalms 9, 6)

  • But Yahweh's face is set against those who do evil, to cut off the memory of them from the earth. (Psalms 34, 16)

  • Yahweh, your name endures for ever, Yahweh, your memory is fresh from age to age. (Psalms 135, 13)

  • By the rivers of Babylon we sat and wept at the memory of Zion. (Psalms 137, 1)

  • They will bring out the memory of your great generosity, and joyfully acclaim your saving justice. (Psalms 145, 7)


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