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22 Bible Verses about Carvings Of Flowers
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And thou shalt make a lampstand of pure gold, of beaten work, shall the lampstand be made, even its base and its shaft its cups, its apples, and its blossoms of the same, shall be: with, six branches, coming out of its sides, three branches of the lampstand, out the one side thereof, and three branches of the lampstand, out of the other side thereof: three cups like almond-flowers, in the one branch apple and blossom, and thine cups like almond-flowers in the other branch apple and blossom, so, for the six branches, coming out of the lampstand.read more.
And in the lampstand itself, four cups, - like almond-flowers - its apples, and its blossoms; and an apple under two branches of the same, and, another apple, under two other branches of the same, and another apple under two other branches, of the same, - for the six branches, coming out of the lampstand: their apples and their branches, of the same, shall be, - all of it, of one beaten work, of pure gold.
And he made the lampstand, of pure gold, of beaten work, made he the lampstand, its base and its shafts, its cups, its apples and its blossoms were, of the same; with, six branches coming out of its sides, - three branches of the lampstand out of its one side and three branches of the lampstand out of its other side: three cups like almond-flowers in the one branch - apple and blossom, and, three cups like almond-flowers, in the next branch, apple and blossom, so for the six branches coming out of the lampstand;read more.
and in the lampstand itself, four cups, like almond-flowers, its apples and its blossoms: with, an apple, under the two branches of the same, and, an apple, under the next two branches of the same, and, an apple, under the next two branches of the same, for the six branches coming out of the same: their apples and their brunches were of the same, all of it one beaten work, of pure gold.
And he cast two pillars of bronze, - eighteen cubits, the height of each pillar, and, a line of twelve cubits, would surround the second pillar. And, two capitals, made he, to set upon the tops of the pillars, of molten bronze, - five cubits, was the height of the one capital, and, five cubits, the height of the other capital; with a frame of checker work, wreaths of chain work, for the capitals which were upon the top of the pillars, - seven for the one capital, and seven for the other capital.read more.
So he made the pillars, - and, two rows round about, upon the one frame of checker work, covering the capitals which were upon the top with pomegranates, thus also, did he for the other capital. And, the capitals which were upon the top of the pillars, were of lily work, in span, four cubits. And there were capitals upon the two pillars, above also, close by the belly, which was beside the checker work, - and there were two hundred pomegranates, in rows round about, upon either capital. So he reared the pillars for the porch of the temple, - yea he reared the right pillar, and called the name thereof Jachin, and reared the left pillar, and called the name thereof, Boaz. And, upon the top of the pillars, was lily work, - which gave finish to the work of the pillars.
It was standing on twelve oxen, three, looking toward the north, and, three, looking toward the west, and, three, looking toward the south, and, three, looking toward the east, the sea, being upon them above, - and, all their hinder parts, inward. And, the thickness thereof, was a hand-breadth, and, the brim thereof, was like the brim-work of a cup, with blossoms of lilies, - it could hold many baths, three thousand, would it contain.
Alas! for the proud crown of the drunkards of Ephraim, And for his fading wreath of majestic beauty, - Which is on the head of the fertile valley, of them who are overcome with wine. Lo! My Lord hath one who is, strong and bold, Like a storm of hail, a destroying tempest, Like a storm of mighty waters overflowing, Hath he thrust it down to the earth with force: With the feet shall be trodden down, the proud crown of the drunkards of Ephraim,read more.
So shall his fading wreath of majestic beauty, Which is on the head of the fertile valley, become - Like the first-ripe fig before fruit-harvest, Which when he that looketh upon it seeth while it is yet in his hand, he swalloweth it up. In that day, will Yahweh of hosts become A crown of beauty, and A diadem of majesty, - Unto the remnant of his people: Even a spirit of justice - to him that presideth over justice, And strength to them who would turn back the battle at the gate.
Alas! for them Who draw on themselves punishment with cords of falsehood, - And as with waggon-bands, penalty: Who say - Let his work quicken - let it hasten, That we may see, - And let the purpose of Israel's Holy One, draw near and come. That we may know! Alas! for them Who call evil good and good evil, - Who put darkness for light and light for darkness, Who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter.read more.
Alas for them Who are wise in their own eyes, - And in their own sight, are prudent. Alas for them Who are heroes to drink wine, - And men of valour to mingle strong drink, Who justify the lawless, for a bribe, - Whereas the righteousness of the righteous, they take from him. Therefore, As a tongue of fire, eateth up straw, And a flame reduceth, dry grass, to powder, Their root, like rottenness, shall become, And their blossom, like dust shall ascend, - Because they refused the law of Yahweh of hosts, And the utterance of the Holy One of Israel, they despised. For this cause, did the anger of Yahweh kindle upon his own people, And he stretched out his hand against them and smote them - So that the mountains, trembled, And, their dead bodies, served, for fuel in the midst of the streets. For all this, hath his anger, not turned back, But still, is his hand outstretched,
Inasmuch as - All flesh, is as grass, and, all the glory thereof, as the flower of grass, - The grass hath withered, and the flower hath fallen out, But the declaration of the Lord age-abidingly remaineth; And, this, is a declaration which in the joyful message hath been announced unto you.
A voice saying Cry! And one said - What should I cry? All flesh, is grass, And, all the grace thereof, like the flower of the field: The grass hath withered The flower hath faded, Because, the breath of Yahweh, hath blown upon it! Surely the people is grass! The grass, hath withered, The flower, hath faded, - But the word of our God, shall stand unto times age-abiding!
Man that is born of a woman, is of few days, and full of trouble: As a flower, he cometh forth - and fadeth, He fleeth also as a shadow, and continueth not.
Like the compassion of a father for his children, Is, the compassion of Yahweh, for them who revere him; For, he, knoweth how we are formed, He is mindful that, dust, we are. As for man, like grass, are his days, Like the blossom of the field, so, doth he blossom;read more.
For, a wind, hath passed ever it, and it is gone, And its own place is acquainted with it no more. But, the lovingkindness of Yahweh, is from one age even to another, Upon them who revere him, And his righteousness, to children's children: - To such as keep his covenant, And remember his precepts, to do them.
But boasting be the lowly brother in his uplifting; Whereas the rich, in his being brought low, - because, as a flower of grass, he will pass away; For the sun hath sprung up, with it scorching heat, and hath withered the grass, and, the flower thereof, hath fallen out, and, the beauty of the face thereof, hath perished, - so, also the rich, in his goings, shall languish.
For before harvest, when the bud is perfect, And, the blossom, becometh a ripening grape, Then will one cut down the twigs with pruning-hooks, And the tendrils, will he remove and cast down: They shall be left together. To the ravenous birds, of the mountains, And to the beast of the earth, - Then shall the ravenous bird, summer upon them, And, every beast of the earth, upon them, shall winter.
Consider well the lilies, how they grow: they toil not, neither do they spin, and yet I say unto you - Not even Solomon, in all his glory, was arrayed like one of these. But, if God thus adorneth, the grass, which is, in a field, to-day, and, to-morrow, into an oven, is cast, how much rather you, O little-of-faith?
And, about clothing, why are ye anxious? Consider well the lilies of the field, how they grow, - they toil not neither do they spin; And yet, I say unto you, not even Solomon, in all his glory, was arrayed like, one of these! Now, if the grass of the field - which to-day, is, and, to-morrow, into an oven, is cast - God thus adorneth, not much rather, you, little of faith?
I will heal their apostacy, I will love them freely, - for mine anger, hath turned, from them. I will become as the dew unto Israel, he shall break forth as the lily, - and he shall strike his roots as Lebanon: His branches, shall spread, that, like an olive-tree, may be his fresh beauty, - and his fragrance, like Lebanon.read more.
They who dwell in his shade shall again show life like the corn, and break forth as the vine, - and, the remembrance of him, shall be like the wine of Lebanon.
O Shepherd of Israel, give ear, Thou who leddest forth Joseph like a rock, Thou who art throned on the cherubim, appear!
Wilderness and parched land, shall be glad for them, - And the waste plain, shall exult, and blossom as the lily: It shall, blossom abundantly, and exult, Yea with exultation and shouts of triumph, The glory of Lebanon, hath been given to it, The splendour of Carmel, and Sharon, - They, shall see the glory of Yahweh, the splendour of our God.