'Crying' in the Bible
When she opened it, she saw the child—a little boy, crying. She felt sorry for him and said, “This is one of the Hebrew boys.”
Then the Lord said, “I have observed the misery of My people in Egypt, and have heard them crying out because of their oppressors, and I know about their sufferings.
But require the same quota of bricks from them as they were making before; do not reduce it. For they are slackers—that is why they are crying out, ‘Let us go and sacrifice to our God.’
The Lord said to Moses, “Why are you crying out to Me? Tell the Israelites to break camp.
Moses heard the people, family after family, crying at the entrance of their tents. The Lord was very angry; Moses was also provoked.
Where can I get meat to give all these people? For they are crying to me: ‘Give us meat to eat!’
Sisera’s mother looked through the window;she peered through the lattice, crying out:“Why is his chariot so long in coming?Why don’t I hear the hoofbeats of his horses?”
“Hannah, why are you crying?” her husband Elkanah asked. “Why won’t you eat? Why are you troubled? Am I not better to you than 10 sons?”
The Israelites said to Samuel, “Don’t stop crying out to the Lord our God for us, so that He will save us from the hand of the Philistines.”
As Elisha watched, he kept crying out, “My father, my father, the chariots and horsemen of Israel!” Then he never saw Elijah again. He took hold of his own clothes and tore them into two pieces.
So Haman took the garment and the horse. He clothed Mordecai and paraded him through the city square, crying out before him, “This is what is done for the man the king wants to honor.”
I am weary from my crying;my throat is parched.My eyes fail, looking for my God.
My eyes are worn out from crying.Lord, I cry out to You all day long;I spread out my hands to You.
For the Lord God of Hostshad a day of tumult, trampling, and confusionin the Valley of Vision—people shouting and crying to the mountains;
I will oppress Ariel,and there will be mourning and crying,and she will be to Me like an Ariel.
A voice of one crying out:Prepare the way of the Lord in the wilderness;make a straight highway for our God in the desert.
I will rejoice in Jerusalemand be glad in My people.The sound of weeping and cryingwill no longer be heard in her.
For he is the one spoken of through the prophet Isaiah, who said:A voice of one crying out in the wilderness:Prepare the way for the Lord;make His paths straight!
Just then a Canaanite woman from that region came and kept crying out, “Have mercy on me, Lord, Son of David! My daughter is cruelly tormented by a demon.”
A voice of one crying out in the wilderness:Prepare the way for the Lord;make His paths straight!
And always, night and day, he was crying out among the tombs and in the mountains and cutting himself with stones.
Many people told him to keep quiet, but he was crying out all the more, “Have mercy on me, Son of David!”
as it is written in the book of the words of the prophet Isaiah:A voice of one crying out in the wilderness:Prepare the way for the Lord;make His paths straight!
Everyone was crying and mourning for her. But He said, “Stop crying, for she is not dead but asleep.”
Then those in front told him to keep quiet, but he kept crying out all the more, “Son of David, have mercy on me!”
He said, “I am a voice of one crying out in the wilderness: Make straight the way of the Lord—just as Isaiah the prophet said.”
When Jesus saw her crying, and the Jews who had come with her crying, He was angry in His spirit and deeply moved.
But Mary stood outside facing the tomb, crying. As she was crying, she stooped to look into the tomb.
They said to her, “Woman, why are you crying?”“Because they’ve taken away my Lord,” she told them, “and I don’t know where they’ve put Him.”
“Woman,” Jesus said to her, “why are you crying? Who is it you are looking for?”Supposing He was the gardener, she replied, “Sir, if you’ve removed Him, tell me where you’ve put Him, and I will take Him away.”
For unclean spirits, crying out with a loud voice, came out of many who were possessed, and many who were paralyzed and lame were healed.
And because you are sons, God has sent the Spirit of His Son into our hearts, crying, “Abba, Father!”
Then one of the elders said to me, “Stop crying. Look! The Lion from the tribe of Judah, the Root of David, has been victorious so that He may open the scroll and its seven seals.”
Another angel came out of the sanctuary, crying out in a loud voice to the One who was seated on the cloud, “Use your sickle and reap, for the time to reap has come, since the harvest of the earth is ripe.”
as they watched the smoke from her burning and kept crying out: “Who is like the great city?”
They threw dust on their heads and kept crying out, weeping, and mourning:Woe, woe, the great city,where all those who have ships on the seabecame rich from her wealth,for in a single hour she was destroyed.
He will wipe away every tear from their eyes.Death will no longer exist;grief, crying, and pain will exist no longer,because the previous things have passed away.
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- Call (522 instances)
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