Trouvé 252 Résultats pour: gods

  • In that you provoke me to wrath with the works of your hands, by sacrificing to other gods in the land of Egypt, into which you are come to dwell there: and that you should perish, and be a curse, and a reproach to all the nations of the earth? (Jeremiah 44, 8)

  • Then all the men that knew that their wives sacrificed to other gods: and all the women of whom there stood by a great multitude, and all the people of them that dwelt in the land of Egypt in Phatures, answered Jeremias, saying: (Jeremiah 44, 15)

  • The Lord of hosts the God of Israel hath said: Behold I will visit upon the tumult of Alexandria, and upon Pharao, and upon Egypt, and upon her gods, and upon her kings, and upon Pharao, upon them that trust in him. (Jeremiah 46, 25)

  • And I will take away from Moab, saith the Lord, him that offereth in the high places, and that sacrificeth to his gods. (Jeremiah 48, 35)

  • And we have gone away every man after the inclinations of his own wicked heart, to serve strange gods, and to do evil in the sight of the Lord our God. Chapter2 (Baruch 1, 22)

  • But now, you shall see in Babylon gods of gold, and of silver, and of stone, and of wood borne upon shoulders, causing fear to the Gentiles. (Baruch 6, 3)

  • Their gods have golden crowns upon their heads: whereof the priests secretly convey away from them gold, and silver, and bestow it on themselves. (Baruch 6, 9)

  • Yea and they give thereof to prostitutes, and they dress out harlots: and again when they receive it of the harlots, they adorn their gods. (Baruch 6, 10)

  • And these gods cannot defend themselves from the rust, and the moth. (Baruch 6, 11)

  • And this hath in his hand a sword, or an axe, but cannot save himself from war, or from robbers, whereby be it known to you, that they are not gods. (Baruch 6, 14)

  • Therefore fear them not. For as a vessel that a man uses when it is broken becometh useless, even so are their gods: (Baruch 6, 15)

  • Whereby you may know that they are no gods. Therefore fear them not. (Baruch 6, 22)


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