'Bowed Low' in the Bible
David saw the angel standing in midair, holding his sword in his hand, ready to destroy Jerusalem. Then David and the leaders of the people, all of whom were wearing sackcloth bowed low, with their faces touching the ground.
Araunah saw King David approaching. He left the threshing place and bowed low with his face touching the ground.
- Bowed Down And Worshiped (8 instances in 4 translations)
- Bowed Down to the Ground (14 instances in 7 translations)
- Bowed the Heavens (2 instances in 13 translations)
- Bowed the Knee (7 instances in 25 translations)