16 Bible Verses about Beautiful Women
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some divine beings noticed how attractive human women were, so they took wives for themselves from a selection that pleased them.
When he was about to enter Egypt, he told his wife Sarai, "Look, I'm aware that you're a beautiful woman. When the Egyptians see you, they will say, "She is his wife.' Then they'll kill me, but allow you to live. Please say that you are my sister, so things will go well for me for your sake. That way, you'll be saving my life."read more.
As Abram was entering Egypt, the Egyptians noticed how beautiful Sarai was.
Before he had finished speaking, Rebekah appeared. She was a daughter of Milcah's son Bethuel. (Milcah was the wife of Abraham's brother Nahor.) She approached the well, carrying a jug on her shoulder. The woman was very beautiful, young, and had not had sexual relations with a man. Going down to the spring, she filled her jug and turned for home.
Later on, the men of that place asked about his wife, so he replied, "She's my sister," because he was afraid to call her "my wife." He kept thinking, ""otherwise, the men around here will kill me on account of Rebekah, since she's very beautiful."
The man's name was Nabal and his wife's name was Abigail. The woman was intelligent and beautiful, while the man was harsh and wicked in his dealings. He was a descendant of Caleb.
So they conducted a search throughout the territory of Israel for a beautiful young woman, and Abishag the Shunammite was located and brought to the king. The young woman was absolutely beautiful. She served the king and was very useful to him. The king was not sexually involved with her.
My dove, in the hidden places of the rocks, in the secret places of the cliffs, show me your form, and let me hear your voice. For your voice is pleasant, and your shape is lovely.
My darling, you are altogether beautiful and there is no blemish in you.
How beautiful are your feet in sandals, noble lady. The curves of your thighs are like ornaments, the work of a skilled artist's hands.
After all, this is how holy women who set their hope on God used to make themselves beautiful in the past. They submitted themselves to their husbands,