Löydetty 228 Tulokset: sins

  • He will abandon Israel for the sins which Jeroboam has committed and made Israel commit.' (1 Kings 14, 16)

  • He did what is displeasing to Yahweh, arousing his resentment more than his ancestors by all the sins which they had committed; (1 Kings 14, 22)

  • because of the sins which he had committed and into which he had led Israel, and because he had provoked the anger of Yahweh, God of Israel. (1 Kings 15, 30)

  • 'I raised you from the dust and made you leader of my people Israel, but you have followed Jeroboam's example and led my people Israel into sins which provoke my anger. (1 Kings 16, 2)

  • because of all the sins of Baasha and his son Elah into which they had led Israel, provoking the anger of Yahweh, God of Israel, with their worthless idols. (1 Kings 16, 13)

  • In every way he copied the example of Jeroboam son of Nebat and the sins into which he had led Israel, provoking the anger of Yahweh, God of Israel, with their worthless idols. (1 Kings 16, 26)

  • And the woman said to Elijah, 'What quarrel have you with me, man of God? Have you come here to bring my sins home to me and to kill my son?' (1 Kings 17, 18)

  • Nonetheless, he continued to practise the sins into which Jeroboam son of Nebat had led Israel and did not give them up. (2 Kings 3, 3)

  • Even so, Jehu did not give up the sins into which Jeroboam son of Nebat had led Israel, the golden calves of Bethel and Dan. (2 Kings 10, 29)

  • Jehu, however, did not faithfully and wholeheartedly follow the law of Yahweh, God of Israel; he did not give up the sins into which Jeroboam son of Nebat had led Israel. (2 Kings 10, 31)

  • He did what is displeasing to Yahweh and did not give up any of the sins into which Jeroboam son of Nebat had led Israel. (2 Kings 14, 24)

  • He did what is displeasing to Yahweh, as his fathers had done; he did not give up the sins into which Jeroboam son of Nebat had led Israel. Shallum son of Jabesh plotted against him, murdered him at Ibleam, (2 Kings 15, 9)


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