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Theasaurus: Relaxing

28 Bible Verses about relaxing

Most Relevant Verses

Psalm 110:7

He shall drink from the torrent in the way: for this he shall lift up the head.

Philemon 1:20

Yea, brother, may I be profited by thee in the Lord: refresh my bowels in the Lord.

Proverbs 24:33

A little sleep, a little slumber, a little folding of the hands to lie down:

Matthew 5:19

Whoever therefore, should loose one of the least of these commands, and so teach men, he shall be called least in the kingdom of the heavens: but whoever should do and teach, he shall be called great in the kingdom of the heavens.

Daniel 4:4

I Nebuchadnezzar, was secure in my house, and green in my temple:

John 12:2

Then made they him a supper there, and Martha served; and Lazarus was one of them reclining at table with him.

Isaiah 62:7

And ye shall not give rest to him till he shall prepare, and till he shall set Jerusalem a praise in the earth.

Job 23:7

There the upright one disputed with him; and I shall be delivered forever from my judge.

Jonah 4:8

And it will be as the sun rose, and God will appoint a sultry east wind; and the sun struck upon the head of Jonah, and he will faint, and he will ask his soul to die, and say, It is good for me to die rather than live.

Ecclesiastes 8:15

And I praised joy, because there is no good to man under the sun but to eat and to drink, and to rejoice: for this shall lodge with him in his labor the days of his life which God gave to him under the sun.

Ezekiel 47:7

In my turning back, and behold, upon the lip of the torrent very much wood from here and from them

Luke 13:12

And having seen her, Jesus called to, and said to her, Woman, thou hest been loosed from thy weakness.

1 Timothy 5:12

Having judgment, for they put away the first faith.

James 1:24

For he observed himself, and went away, and straightway forgot of what kind he was.

John 5:18

For this therefore the Jews sought the more to kill him, for not only did he loose the sabbath, but also he called God his own Father, making himself equal to God.