Löydetty 545 Tulokset: nations

  • Look, I have reduced you to the smallest of nations, you are now beneath contempt. (Obadiah 1, 2)

  • For the Day of Yahweh is near for all the nations. As you have done, so will it be done to you: your deeds will recoil on your own head. (Obadiah 1, 15)

  • Just as you have drunk on my holy mountain, so will all the nations drink continually, they will drink, will drink greedily, but they will be as though they had never been! (Obadiah 1, 16)

  • Then the peoples will stream to it, then many nations will come and say, 'Come, we will go up to Yahweh's mountain, to the Temple of the God of Jacob, so that he may teach us his ways and we may walk in his paths; for the Law issues from Zion and Yahweh's word from Jerusalem.' (Micah 4, 2)

  • He will judge between many peoples and arbitrate between mighty nations. They will hammer their swords into ploughshares and their spears into bill-hooks. Nation will not lift sword against nation or ever again be trained to make war. (Micah 4, 3)

  • Now many nations have mustered against you. They say, 'Let us desecrate her, let us gloat over Zion!' (Micah 4, 11)

  • In furious anger I shall wreak vengeance on the nations who have disobeyed me! (Micah 5, 14)

  • The nations will see and be confounded in spite of all their power; they will put their hands over their mouths, their ears will be deafened. (Micah 7, 16)

  • because of the countless whorings of the harlot, the graceful beauty, the cunning witch, who enslaved nations by her harlotries and tribes by her spells. (Nahum 3, 4)

  • Look, I am against you!- declares Yahweh Sabaoth- I shall lift your skirts as high as your face and show your nakedness to the nations, your shame to the kingdoms. (Nahum 3, 5)

  • Cast your eyes over the nations, look, and be amazed, astounded. For I am doing something in your own days which you will not believe if you are told of it. (Habakkuk 1, 5)

  • Are they to go on emptying their net unceasingly, slaughtering the nations without pity? (Habakkuk 1, 17)

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