'Considers' in the Bible
But if the priest considers it and there appear to be no white hairs in it and it is not lower than the skin, but somewhat dark, then the priest shall shut him up seven days;
He considers no disaster for Jacob; He sees no trouble for Israel. The Lord their God is with them, and there is rejoicing over the King among them.
However, if he should say, 'I do not take pleasure in you,' then he will deal with me in a way that he considers appropriate."
But Elijah answered, "I've found you because you sold yourself to do what the LORD considers to be evil! Now pay attention! I'm going to send evil in your direction! I will completely sweep you away and eliminate from Ahab every male, whether indentured servant or free, throughout Israel.
"Pay attention to me, you descendants of Levi! Consecrate yourselves and the Temple of the LORD God of your ancestors by taking out from the Holy Place whatever is unclean. Our ancestors have been unfaithful. They practiced what the LORD considers to be evil, abandoned him, turned their faces away from the place where the LORD resides, and turned their backs to him.
Thus his anger burns against me, and he considers me among his enemies.
Nevertheless, God has found a pretext to attack me; he considers me his enemy.
He alone crafts their hearts; He considers all their works.
How blessed is he who considers the helpless; The LORD will deliver him in a day of trouble.
although he considers himself blessed while he's alive. Though people praise you for doing well,
For a man's ways are before the Lord's eyes, and He considers all his paths.
Just as the fool considers wickedness his joy, so is wisdom to the discerning man.
One man considers himself rich, yet has nothing [to keep permanently]; another man considers himself poor, yet has great [and indestructible] riches.
The naive believes everything, But the sensible man considers his steps.
The heart of the righteous considers how to answer, but the mouth of the wicked pours out evil things.
The Righteous One considers the house of the wicked; He brings the wicked to ruin.
A wicked man puts on a bold face, but the upright man considers his way.
The righteous considers the cause of the poor, but the wicked does not understand wisdom.
She considers a field and buys it; From her earnings she plants a vineyard.
And no one considers in his mind, nor has he knowledge and understanding [enough] to say [to himself], I have burned part of this log in the fire, and also I have baked bread on its coals and have roasted meat and eaten it. And shall I make the remainder of it into an abomination [the very essence of what is disgusting, detestable, and shamefully vile in the eyes of a jealous God]? Shall I fall down and worship the stock of a tree [a block of wood without consciousness or life]?
"But suppose he in turn has a son who notices all the sins his father commits, considers them, and does not follow his father's example.
Because he considers and turns away from all his transgressions which he has committed, he shall surely live; he shall not die.
For a son considers his father a fool, a daughter opposes her mother, and a daughter-in-law is against her mother-in-law; a person's enemies are the people in his own home.
They sweep by like the wind and pass on. But the one who considers himself a god will be held guilty."
He is not the God of the dead, but of the living, because he considers all people to be alive to him."
One person considers one day to be above another day. Someone else considers every day to be the same. Each one must be fully convinced in his own mind.
(I know and am persuaded by the Lord Jesus that nothing is unclean in itself. Still, to someone who considers a thing to be unclean, to that one it is unclean.)
If anyone considers himself a prophet or spiritual person, he should acknowledge that what I write to you is the Lord's command.
For if anyone considers himself to be something when he is nothing, he is deceiving himself.
Though for myself I have [at least grounds] to rely on the flesh. If any other man considers that he has or seems to have reason to rely on the flesh and his physical and outward advantages, I have still more!
How much worse punishment do you think the person will be considered worthy of who treats with disdain the Son of God and who considers ordinary the blood of the covenant by which he was made holy and who insults the Spirit of grace?
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