'O God' in the Bible
So God said unto Noah: the end of all flesh, hath come in before me, for, filled, is the earth with violence, because of them, - behold me, then, destroying them with the earth.
So God blessed Noah and his sons, - and said to them Be fruitful and multiply, and fill the earth;
And Abraham said unto God, - Oh that, Ishmael, might live before thee!
And Abraham prayed unto God, - and God healed Abimelech, and his wife, and his maid-servants, so that they bare children,
And they said unto him, A dream, have we dreamed, but there is none, to interpret, it. Then said Joseph unto them - Is it not unto God, that interpretations belong? Relate it. I pray you, to me.
And it came to pass, during those many days, that the king of Egypt died, and the sons of Israel sighed by reason of the servitude and lamented, - and their cry for help went up to God, by reason of the servitude.
And Yahweh saw, that he turned aside to see, - so God called unto him out of the midst of the thorn-bush, and said - Moses! Moses! And he said - Behold me!
And Moses said unto God, Who am, I, that I should go unto Pharaoh, - and that I should bring forth the sons of Israel out of Egypt?
And he said - I will be with thee, and, this, to thee, shall be the sign, that, I have sent thee, - When thou bringest forth the people out of Egypt, ye shall do service unto God, upon this mountain.
And Moses said unto God - Lo! as surely as, I, go in unto the sons of Israel, and say unto them, The God of your fathers, hath sent me unto you, So surely will they say unto me - What is his name? What shall I say unto them?
So God took the people round the desert-way of the Red Sea, - and the sons of Israel went up armed, out of the land of Egypt.
Then took Jethro father-in-law of Moses, an ascending-offering and sacrifices to God, - and Aaron and all the elders of Israel came in to eat bread with the father-in-law of Moses before God.
Now, hearken thou to my voice - let me counsel thee, and may God be with thee: Be, thou, for the people, in front of God, so shalt, thou, bring the matters unto God;
And when Moses, had gone up unto God, then called Yahweh unto him out of the mountain saying, Thus, shalt thou say to the house of Jacob, And tell the sons of Israel:
then shall his lord bring him near unto God, and shall bring him near unto the door, or unto the door-post, - and his lord shall pierce his ear with an awl, so shall he serve him all his life.
if the thief be found, he shall give in restitution double, if the thief be not found, then shall the owner of the house be brought near unto God to swear that he hath not laid his hand on the property of his neighbour.
For any affair of trespass - for an ox, for an ass, for a sheep, for a mantle for anything lost as to which one could say - This is it, unto God, shall come the affair of them both, - he whom God shall condemn, shall make restitution of double to his neighbour.
Neither for his father nor for his mother nor for his brother nor for his sister, shall he make himself unclean-not even for them, should they die, - because, his separation unto God, is upon his head,
Then Moses made outcry unto Yahweh, saying, - O GOD, I beseech thee grant healing. I beseech thee unto her.
And they fell upon their faces and said, O GOD, the God of the spirits of all flesh, - shall, one man, sin, and against all the assembly, wilt thou he wroth.
Then said Balaam unto God, - Balak, son of Zipper king of Moab, hath sent unto me:
Ye shall not take note of faces in judgment - so the small as the great, shall ye hear, ye shall not shrink from the face of any man, for judgment, unto God, belongeth, - but the thing which is too hard for you, shall ye bring near unto me, and I will hear it.
his dead body shall not remain all night upon the tree but thou shalt bury, him on the same day, for a reproach unto God, is he that is hanged, - so shalt thou not make unclean thy soil which Yahweh thy God is giving unto thee for an inheritance.
Yahweh alone did lead him, - And there was with him no GOD of a stranger.
See, now, that, I, I, am, he that is, And there are no gods with me, - I, kill - and make alive, I wound and, I, heal, And there is none who, from my hand, can deliver,
And Gideon said unto God, - If thou art about to bring salvation, by my hand, unto Israel, as thou hast spoken,
Then said Gideon unto God, Let not thine anger kindle upon me, but let me speak, only this once, - Let me, I pray thee, put to the proof, only this once, with the fleece, I pray thee, let it be dry on the fleece alone, while, on all the ground, there be dew.
for lo! thou, art about to conceive and bear a son, and no, razor, shall come on his head, for, one separate unto God, shall the boy be from his birth, - and, he, shall begin to save Israel out of the hand of the Philistines.
But he said unto me, Lo! thou art about to conceive, and bear a son, - now, therefore, do not drink wine or strong drink, nor eat anything unclean, for, one separate unto God, shall the boy be, from his birth until the day of his death.
so he told her all his heart, and said to her - No, razor, hath come on my head, for, one separate unto God, have I been, from my birth, - if I were shaven, then would depart from me my strength, and I should become weak, and be as any other man.
So then Samson cried unto Yahweh, and said, - My Lord Yahweh! remember me, I pray thee, - and strengthen me, I pray thee, only this once, O God, that I may be avenged, with one avenging, for my two eyes, upon the Philistines.
Then shalt thou pass on quickly from thence onwards, and come as far as the oak of Tabor, and there shall find thee there, three men going up unto God, at Bethel, - one, carrying three kids, and, another, carrying three cakes of bread, and, another, carrying a skin of wine;
Then said Saul - Let us go down after the Philistines by night, and make of them a prey until the morning light, and let us not leave of them, a man. And they said, All that is good in thine eyes, do! Then said the priest, Let us draw near hither unto God.
And Saul said unto Yahweh - O God of Israel! now set forth the truth. Then were, Jonathan and Saul, taken, and, the people, escaped.
For this cause, hast thou magnified thyself, O Yahweh Elohim, - for there is none like unto, thee, yea there is no God besides thee, according to all that we have heard with our ears.
And it came to pass, when David reached the summit, where he bowed himself down unto God, that lo! there met him, Hushai the Archite, his tunic rent, and earth upon his head.
Now, therefore, O God of Israel, - verified be thy word, I pray thee, which thou didst speak to thy servant, David my father.
But, the messenger of Yahweh, spake unto Elijah the Tishbite, Rise, go up to meet the messengers of the king of Samaria, - and say unto them - Is it, because there is no God in Israel, that, ye, are going to enquire of Baalzebub, god of Ekron?
And they said unto him - A man, came up to meet us, and said unto us - Go, return unto the king who sent you, and ye shall say unto him, Thus, saith Yahweh - Is it, because there is no God in Israel, that, thou, art sending to enquire of Baalzebub, god of Ekron? Therefore, from the bed whereunto thou hast gone up, shalt thou not come down, for thou shalt, surely die.
and said unto him - Thus, saith Yahweh - For that thou didst send messengers to enquire of Baalzebub, god of Ekron, was it because there was no God in Israel, for whose word thou couldst enquire? Therefore, from the bed whereunto thou hast gone up, shalt thou not come down, for thou shalt, surely die.
And he returned unto the man of God, he and all his company; and came, and took his stand before him, and said - Lo! I pray thee - I know that there is no God in all the earth, save in Israel, - now, therefore, I pray thee, accept a blessing from thy servant.
and were helped against them, and the Hagrites and all that were with them were delivered into their hand, - for, unto God, made they outcry, in the war, and he suffered himself to be entreated by them, because they put their trust in him;
And say ye, Save us, O God of our salvation, and gather us and deliver us, from among the nations, - that we may give thanks unto thy holy name, that we may triumph aloud in thy praise.
and hast made this seem little in thine eyes, O God, in that thou hast spoken concerning the house of thy servant, for a great while to come? Thus wilt thou provide for me, according to the rank of manhood, and hast exalted me, O Yahweh God!
O Yahweh, there is none like unto thee, yea there is no God besides thee, according to all that we have heard with our ears.
And David said unto God, I have sinned greatly, in that I have done this thing, - but, now, I beseech thee, take away the iniquity of thy servant, for I have shown myself very foolish.
And David said unto God, Was it not, I, who gave word to number the people? Yea, I, it was who sinned and did the great wrong, what then had, these sheep, done? O Yahweh, my God, let thy hand, I beseech thee, be against me, and against the house of my father, but not against, thy people, that they should be plagued!
And Solomon said unto God, Thou thyself, didst deal with David my father in great lovingkindness, - and hast made me king in his stead.
For, in the days of David and Asaph, of old, there were chiefs of the singers, and songs of praise and thanksgiving, unto God.
Was it not, over these things, that Solomon king of Israel sinned - though, among many nations, there was no king such as he, and he was, beloved by his God, and so God gave him to be king over all Israel, - even him, did foreign women, cause to sin.
In all this, Job sinned not, nor imputed folly unto God.
Yet, if, thou thyself, wilt diligently seek unto GOD, - and, unto the Almighty, wilt make supplication;
I say unto GOD, Do not hold me guilty, Let me know, on what account thou contendest with me!
But indeed, I, unto the Almighty, would speak, and, to direct my argument unto GOD, would I be well pleased.
And, he that voucheth for me is on high. My friends are, they who scorn me, Unto GOD, hath mine eye shed tears: -
Yet they said unto GOD, Depart from us, and, In the knowledge of thy ways, find we no pleasure.
Is it, to GOD, one can teach knowledge, seeing that, he, shall judge, them who are on high?
Unto GOD, can a man act as friend? Surely a discreet man befriendeth himself!
Who had been saying unto GOD, Depart from us! and - What can the Almighty do for himself?
For, then, in the Almighty, shalt thou take exquisite delight, and shalt lift up - unto GOD - thy face;
That too, had been a judicial iniquity, For I should have been false to GOD, above.
He made supplication unto GOD, who hath accepted him, and he hath beheld his face with a shout of triumph, Thus hath he given back to man his righteousness.
For, unto no man, doth he appoint a repetition, - in going unto GOD in judgment;
For, unto GOD, hath one ever said - I have borne punishment, I will not be perverse;
Who prepareth for the Raven his nourishment, - when his young ones - unto GOD - cry out, when they wander for lack of food?
Declare them guilty, O God, Let them fall by their own counsels, - Into the throng of their own transgressions, thrust them down, For they have rebelled against thee: -
Arise! Yahweh! O GOD! raise thy hand, - Do not forget the patient!
The impious hath said in his heart - There is no God! They have acted corruptly, they have done an abominable deed, there is none that doeth good.
Preserve me, O GOD, for I have sought refuge in thee.
I, have called upon thee, for thou wilt answer me, O GOD, - Incline thine ear unto me, Hear thou my speech:
This, is the generation of them who inquire of him, who seek thy face, O God of Jacob. Selah.
Redeem Israel, O God, - out of all his distresses.
How precious thy lovingkindness, O God, - Therefore, the sons of men, under the shadow of thy wings, seek refuge:
BOOK THE SECOND As, the hart, cometh panting up to the channels of water, So my soul, panteth for thee, O God.
I will say onto GOD, - my rock, Wherefore hast thou forgotten me? Wherefore in gloom should I go, because of oppression by the enemy?
Vindicate me, O God, and plead my cause, Against a nation, without lovingkindness, From the man of deceit and perversity, wilt thou deliver me?
That I may go in unto the altar of God, Unto GOD, mine exultant joy, - That I may praise thee with the lyre, O God - mine own God!
O God! with our own ears, have we heard, Our fathers, have recounted to us, - The work thou didst work, In their day, In the days of aforetime:
Thou thyself, art my king, O God, Command thou the victories of Jacob.
Thy throne, O God, is to times age-abiding and beyond, A sceptre of equity, is the sceptre of thy kingdom.
All ye peoples, clap your hands, Shout unto God, with the voice of triumph;
Sing praises unto God, sing praises, Sing praises to our King, sing praises;
The willing-hearted of the peoples, have gathered themselves together, The people of the God of Abraham; For, to God, belong the shields of the earth, Greatly is he exalted.
We have thought, O God, upon thy lovingkindness, In the midst of thy temple:
According to thy Name, O God, So, be thy praise, unto the ends of the earth, With righteousness, is, thy right hand, filled.
A brother, can none of them, redeem, he cannot give unto God a ransom for himself:
Sacrifice to God a thankoffering, And pay to the Most High thy vows;
Be favorable unto me, O God, according to thy lovingkindness, And, in the multitude of thy compassions, blot out my transgressions;
A pure heart, create for me, O God, And, a steadfast spirit, renew within me.
Rescue me from shed-blood, O God, the God of my salvation, My tongue should shout thy righteousness;
The sacrifices of God, are a spirit that is broken, - A heart - broken and crushed, O God, thou wilt not despise.
The impious hath said in his heart, There is no God! They have acted corruptly, They have wrought abominable perversity, There is none that doeth good: -
O God! by thine own Name, save me, And, by thine own strength, wilt thou vindicate me?
O God! Hear my prayer, Give ear to the sayings of my mouth;
Give ear, O God, to my prayer, And do not hide thyself from my supplication:
I, unto God, will cry, - And, Yahweh, will save me.
But, thou, O God, wilt bring them down to the pit of destruction, Men of bloodshed and deceit, shall not live out half their days; But, I, will trust in thee.
Show me favour, O God, For weak man hath panted for me, All the day, a fighter oppresseth me:
Because of iniquity, recompense thou them, - In anger, bring thou down, the peoples, O God.
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