Trouvé 102 Résultats pour: Cloud

  • Yahweh preceded them, by day in a pillar of cloud to show them the way, and by night in a pillar of fire to give them light, so that they could march by day and by night. (Exodus 13, 21)

  • The pillar of cloud never left its place ahead of the people during the day, nor the pillar of fire during the night. (Exodus 13, 22)

  • Then the angel of God, who preceded the army of Israel, changed station and followed behind them. The pillar of cloud moved from their front and took position behind them. (Exodus 14, 19)

  • It came between the army of the Egyptians and the army of Israel. The cloud was dark, and the night passed without the one drawing any closer to the other the whole night long. (Exodus 14, 20)

  • In the morning watch, Yahweh looked down on the army of the Egyptians from the pillar of fire and cloud and threw the Egyptian army into confusion. (Exodus 14, 24)

  • As Aaron was speaking to the whole community of Israelites, they turned towards the desert, and there the glory of Yahweh appeared in the cloud. (Exodus 16, 10)

  • Yahweh then said to Moses, 'Look, I shall come to you in a dense cloud so that the people will hear when I speak to you and believe you ever after.' Moses then told Yahweh what the people had said. (Exodus 19, 9)

  • Now at daybreak two days later, there were peals of thunder and flashes of lightning, dense cloud on the mountain and a very loud trumpet blast; and, in the camp, all the people trembled. (Exodus 19, 16)

  • So the people kept their distance while Moses approached the dark cloud where God was. (Exodus 20, 21)

  • Moses then went up the mountain. Cloud covered the mountain. (Exodus 24, 15)

  • The glory of Yahweh rested on Mount Sinai and the cloud covered it for six days. On the seventh day Yahweh called to Moses from inside the cloud. (Exodus 24, 16)

  • Moses went right into the cloud and went on up the mountain. Moses stayed on the mountain for forty days and forty nights. (Exodus 24, 18)


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