'From Generation to Generation' in the Bible
I am building a Temple to honor Jehovah my God. It will be a holy place where my people and I will worship him by burning incense of fragrant spices. We will present offerings of sacred bread to him continuously, and we will offer burnt offerings every morning and evening, as well as on Sabbaths, New Moon Festivals, and other holy days honoring Jehovah our God. He has commanded Israel to do this from generation to generation.
Do you not know that Jehovah, the God of Israel, made an unbreakable covenant with David, giving him and his descendants kingship over Israel from generation to generation?
You are our God. When your people Israel moved into this land, you drove out the people who were living here and gave the land to the descendants of Abraham, your friend, to be theirs from generation to generation.
Do not stiffen your neck like your fathers, but yield to Jehovah and enter his sanctuary that he has consecrated from generation to generation. Serve Jehovah your God that His burning anger may turn away from you.
He built altars in Jehovah's Temple, of which Jehovah said: My name will be in Jerusalem from generation to generation.
Manasseh had a carved idol made. Then he set it up in God's Temple, where God had said to David and his son Solomon: I have chosen this temple and Jerusalem from all the tribes of Israel. I will put my name here from generation to generation.
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- Adulterous Generation (3 instances in 28 translations)
- Crooked Generation (3 instances in 15 translations)
- Evil and Adulterous Generation (2 instances in 22 translations)
- Fourth Generation (8 instances in 22 translations)
- Froward Generation (2 instances in 4 translations)
- Generation Of Jesus Christ (2 instances in 10 translations)