23 occurrences in 8 translations

'Address' in the Bible

You are to address the Israelis and tell them, "This is to be holy anointing oil for me from generation to generation.

When you are about to engage in battle, the priest is to come forward and address the army.

"The officers are to address the army, 'Has any man built a new house and not dedicated it? Let him leave and return home. Otherwise, he may die in battle and another man dedicate it.

The officers will continue to address the army and say, 'Is there any man who is afraid or fainthearted? Let him leave and return home, so that his brothers' hearts won't melt like his own.'

When the woman from Tekoa spoke to the king, she fell on her face to the ground, prostrating herself to address him, "Help, your majesty!"

Joab your servant has done this to address the issue indirectly, but my lord has wisdom like the wisdom of the Angel of God, knowing everything on earth."

Later he went to address his master. Elisha asked him, "Where did you go, Gehazi?" "Your servant went nowhere in particular," he said.

At this point in his address, David transferred to his son Solomon the construction plans for the Hall of Justice, its buildings, its treasure vaults, its upper rooms, its inner chambers, the housing for the Mercy Seat,

Tell us [Job] with what words of man we may address such a Being; we cannot state our case because we are in the dark [in the presence of the unsearchable God].

My heart overflows with a good theme; I address my verses to the King; My tongue is the pen of a ready writer.

He finished the address the Lord had commanded him to deliver to all the people. Then the priests, the prophets, and all the people took hold of him, yelling, "You must surely die!

"Mighty leaders will address them and those who assist them right out of the middle of Sheol: "They've come down and will lie still, these uncircumcised people who have died violently.'

"It will come about at that time," declares the LORD, "that you will address me as "My husband,' and you will no longer call me "My master'.

So on an appointed day, dressed in royal robes and seated on the throne, Herod delivered a public address to them.

Then Paul would have liked to go in and address the people, but the disciples would not let him do so.

Paul answered, I am a Jew, from Tarsus in Cilicia, a citizen of no insignificant or undistinguished city. I beg you, allow me to address the people.

And on hearing him address them in Hebrew, they kept all the more quiet; and he said,

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