Znaleziono 110 Wyniki dla: wild

  • Even wild beasts cry out to you for the streams have dried up, for the pastures have been devoured by fire. (Joel 1, 20)

  • Yahweh says this, "Because Edom has sinned, not once but three times and even more, I will not relent. Because he pursued his brother with the sword and cast off all pity, because his anger rages forever and his wrath is always wild, (Amos 1, 11)

  • Yahweh says: "On that day I will make every horse wild with fright, every rider demented. All the horses of the nations will be blinded but I will watch over Judah (Zechariah 12, 4)

  • John had a leather garment around his waist and wore a cloak of camel's hair; his food was locusts and wild honey. (Matthew 3, 4)

  • Beware of false prophets: they come to you in sheep's clothing but inside they are wild wolves. (Matthew 7, 15)

  • Jesus stayed in the desert forty days and was tempted by Satan. He was with the wild animals, but angels ministered to him. (Mark 1, 13)

  • for Jesus had ordered the evil spirit to leave the man. This spirit had seized him many times, when he had been bound with ropes and chains and kept under control. He would then suddenly break the chains and be driven by the evil spirit into wild places. When Jesus asked him, (Luke 8, 29)

  • Look at the wild flowers: they do not spin or weave; but I tell you, even Solomon with all his wealth was not clothed as one of these. (Luke 12, 27)

  • As I stared at it, I saw four-legged creatures of the earth, wild beasts and reptiles, and birds of the sky. (Acts 11, 6)

  • For as it is today, we are in danger of being charged with rioting, since there is no valid excuse we can give for this wild demonstration." (Acts 19, 40)

  • Some branches have been cut from the olive tree, while you, as a wild olive tree, have been grafted in their stead, and you are benefiting from their roots and sap. (Romans 11, 17)

  • If you were taken from the wild olive tree to which you belonged and, in spite of being a different species, you were grafted into the good olive tree, it will be much easier and natural for them to be grafted into their own tree. (Romans 11, 24)


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