Talált 410 Eredmények: judgment

  • These things the Lord God has revealed to me. And behold, the Lord God called for judgment unto fire, and it devoured the manifold abyss, and it consumed simultaneously in every direction. (Amos 7, 4)

  • And I said: Listen, leaders of Jacob and chiefs of the house of Israel. Does it not belong to you to know judgment, (Micah 3, 1)

  • Nevertheless, truly I have been filled with the strength of the Spirit of the Lord, with judgment and virtue, in order to announce to Jacob his wickedness and to Israel his sin. (Micah 3, 8)

  • Hear this, leaders of the house of Jacob and judges of the house of Israel, you who abominate judgment and who pervert all that is right. (Micah 3, 9)

  • Listen to what the Lord says: Rise, contend in judgment against the mountains, and let the hills hear your voice. (Micah 6, 1)

  • Let the mountains listen to the judgment of the Lord, and the strong foundations of the earth. For the judgment of the Lord is with his people, and he will enter into judgment with Israel. (Micah 6, 2)

  • I will reveal to you, O man, what is good, and what the Lord requires from you, and how to act with judgment, and to love mercy, and to walk carefully with your God. (Micah 6, 8)

  • I will carry the wrath of the Lord, because I have sinned against him, until he may judge my case and execute judgment for me. He will lead me into the light. I will behold his justice. (Micah 7, 9)

  • Why have you revealed to me iniquity and hardship, to see plunder and injustice opposite me? And there has been judgment, but the opposition is more powerful. (Habakkuk 1, 3)

  • Because of this, the law has been torn apart, and judgment does not persevere to its conclusion. For the impious prevail against the just. Because of this, a perverse judgment is issued. (Habakkuk 1, 4)

  • It is dreadful and terrible. From themselves, judgment and their burden will issue. (Habakkuk 1, 7)

  • Have you not existed from the beginning, Lord my God, my holy one, and so we shall not die? Lord, you have stationed him for judgment, and you have establish that his strength will be swept away. (Habakkuk 1, 12)


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