Those living at the furthest ends of the earth are seized by fear because of your miraculous deeds. You make the going forth of the morning and the evening shout for joy.
From rising to setting sun, may the name of the LORD be praised.
"For this is how God loved the world: He gave his unique Son so that everyone who believes in him would not be lost but have eternal life.
As distant as the east is from the west, that is how far he has removed our sins from us.
As the sun began to set, Abram was overcome with deep sleep, and suddenly a frightening and terrifying darkness descended on him.
When the sun had fully set and it was dark, a smoking fire pot and a fiery torch passed between the animal pieces.
He reached a certain place and spent the night there, because the sun was setting. He found a stone there, used it for a pillow, and slept there for the night,
But at the place where your God will choose to establish his name, you are to sacrifice the Passover in the evening at dusk, at the time of day you left Egypt.
If you take your neighbor's coat as collateral, you are to return it to him by sunset,
Be sure to return his garment to him at sunset so that he may sleep with it, and he will bless you. It will be a righteous deed in the presence of the LORD your God.
Pay his wages that same day before the sun sets, because he is poor and his livelihood depends on it. Otherwise, he may cry out to the LORD against you, and you will incur guilt."
When the sun has gone down and he has been cleansed, he may eat of the sacred things, since that's his food.
He hanged the king of Ai on a tree until dusk, and at sunset Joshua ordered his body brought down from the tree and laid at the entrance to the gate of the town. There he raised over it a large mound of stones, which stands there to this day.
When evening had come, Joshua gave a command to remove the bodies from the gallows and bury them in the cave where they had hidden. The army sealed the mouth of the cave with large stones that remain there to this very day.
1 Kings 22:36
As the day drew to a close, this order was circulated throughout the army telling the soldiers, "Everybody go back to his city and to his own land."
When the king heard this, he was greatly upset, because he was determined to make every effort to save Daniel before the sun set.
When Moses' hands became heavy, they took a stone and put it under him, and he sat on it. Aaron and Hur supported his hands, one on one side and one on the other, and so his hands were steady until the sun went down.
2 Samuel 3:35
Then all the people cried again because of him. Everyone tried to persuade David to have a meal while there was still daylight, but David took an oath by saying, "May God to do like this to me and more, if I taste bread or anything else before the sun sets!"
The adulterer watches for twilight, saying, "No eye is watching me' while he veils his face.
2 Kings 7:5
So they got up at dusk and went out to the Aramean encampment. But when they arrived at the outskirts of the Aramean encampment, there was no one there!
Prepare for war against her. Get ready, let's attack at noon! How terrible for us that the day is coming to an end, and that the evening shadows are lengthening.
"You will have nights without visions, and darkness without prophecy. The sun will set on the prophets, and the day will darken for them.