Znaleziono 51 Wyniki dla: root

  • Rejoice not, O Philistia, not a man of you, that the rod which smote you is broken; For out of the serpent's root shall come an adder, its fruit shall be a flying saraph. (Isaiah 14, 29)

  • In my pastures the poor shall eat, and the needy lie down in safety; But I will kill your root with famine that shall slay even your remnant. (Isaiah 14, 30)

  • In days to come Jacob shall take root, Israel shall sprout and blossom, covering all the world with fruit. (Isaiah 27, 6)

  • The remaining survivors of the house of Judah shall again strike root below and bear fruit above. (Isaiah 37, 31)

  • This day I set you over nations and over kingdoms, To root up and to tear down, to destroy and to demolish, to build and to plant. (Jeremiah 1, 10)

  • You planted them; they have taken root, they keep on growing and bearing fruit. You are upon their lips, but far from their inmost thoughts. (Jeremiah 12, 2)

  • Now thus says the LORD God of hosts, the God of Israel: Why do you inflict so great an evil upon yourselves? Will you root out from Judah man and wife, child and nursling, and not leave yourselves even a remnant? (Jeremiah 44, 7)

  • As for the prophet, if he is beguiled into speaking a word, I, the LORD, shall have beguiled that prophet; I will stretch out my hand against him and root him out of my people Israel. (Ezekiel 14, 9)

  • Ephraim is stricken, their root is dried up; they shall bear no fruit. (Hosea 9, 16)

  • I will be like the dew for Israel: he shall blossom like the lily; He shall strike root like the Lebanon cedar, (Hosea 14, 6)

  • I will break the bar of Damascus; I will root out those who live in the Valley of Aven, And the sceptered ruler of Beth-eden; the people of Aram shall be exiled to Kir, says the LORD. (Amos 1, 5)

  • I will root out those who live in Ashdod, and the sceptered ruler of Ashkelon; I will turn my hand against Ekron, and the last of the Philistines shall perish, says the Lord God. (Amos 1, 8)

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