'Eye' in the Bible
'And thou sayest unto thy servants, Bring him down unto me, and I set mine eye upon him;
and your eye hath no pity on your vessels, for the good of all the land of Egypt is yours.'
and it hath covered the eye of the land, and none is able to see the land, and it hath eaten the remnant of that which is escaped, which is left to you from the hail, and it hath eaten every tree which is springing for you out of the field;
and it covereth the eye of all the land, and the land is darkened; and it eateth every herb of the land, and all the fruit of the trees which the hail hath left, and there hath not been left any green thing in the trees, or in the herb of the field, in all the land of Egypt.'
eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot,
'And when a man smiteth the eye of his man-servant, or the eye of his handmaid, and hath destroyed it, as a freeman he doth send him away for his eye;
or hump-backed, or a dwarf, or with a mixture in his eye, or a scurvy person, or scabbed, or broken-testicled.
breach for breach, eye for eye, tooth for tooth; as he putteth a blemish in a man so it is done in him.
and they have said it unto the inhabitant of this land, they have heard that Thou, Jehovah, art in the midst of this people, that eye to eye Thou art seen -- O Jehovah, and Thy cloud is standing over them, -- and in a pillar of cloud Thou art going before them by day, and in a pillar of fire by night.
and he sendeth messengers unto Balaam son of Beor, to Pethor, which is by the River of the land of the sons of his people, to call for him, saying, 'Lo, a people hath come out of Egypt; lo, it hath covered the eye of the land, and it is abiding over-against me;
Lo, the people that is coming out from Egypt and covereth the eye of the land, -- now come, pierce it for me; it may be I am able to fight against it, and have cast it out;'
And thou hast consumed all the peoples whom Jehovah thy God is giving to thee; thine eye hath no pity on them, and thou dost not serve their gods, for a snare it is to thee.
thou dost not consent to him, nor hearken unto him, nor doth thine eye have pity on him, nor dost thou spare, nor dost thou cover him over.
Take heed to thee lest there be a word in thy heart -- worthless, saying, Near is the seventh year, the year of release; and thine eye is evil against thy needy brother, and thou dost not give to him, and he hath called concerning thee unto Jehovah, and it hath been in thee sin;
thine eye hath no pity on him, and thou hast put away the innocent blood from Israel, and it is well with thee.
and thine eye doth not pity -- life for life, eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot.
then thou hast cut off her hand, thine eye doth not spare.
The man who is tender in thee, and who is very delicate -- his eye is evil against his brother, and against the wife of his bosom, and against the remnant of his sons whom he leaveth,
The tender woman in thee, and the delicate, who hath not tried the sole of her foot to place on the ground because of delicateness and because of tenderness -- her eye is evil against the husband of her bosom, and against her son, and against her daughter,
He findeth him in a land -- a desert, And in a void -- a howling wilderness, He turneth him round -- He causeth him to understand -- He keepeth him as the apple of His eye.
And Israel doth tabernacle in confidence alone; The eye of Jacob is unto a land of corn and wine; Also His heavens drop down dew.
And Moses is a son of a hundred and twenty years when he dieth; his eye hath not become dim, nor hath his moisture fled.
And Nahash the Ammonite saith unto them, 'For this I covenant with you, by picking out to you every right eye -- and I have put it a reproach on all Israel.'
Lo, this day have thine eyes seen how that Jehovah hath given thee to-day into my hand in the cave; and one said to slay thee, and mine eye hath pity on thee, and I say, I do not put forth my hand against my lord, for the anointed of Jehovah he is.
and David saith unto Abishai, 'Now doth Sheba son of Bichri do evil to us more than Absalom; thou, take the servants of thy lord, and pursue after him, lest he have found for himself fenced cities, and delivered himself from our eye.'
And the eye of their God hath been upon the elders of the Jews, and they have not caused them to cease till the matter goeth to Darius, and then they send back a letter concerning this thing.
Remember Thou that my life is a breath, Mine eye turneth not back to see good.
The eye of my beholder beholdeth me not. Thine eyes are upon me -- and I am not.
And why from the womb Hast Thou brought me forth? I expire, and the eye doth not see me.
Lo, all -- hath mine eye seen, Heard hath mine ear, and it attendeth to it.
If not -- mockeries are with me. And in their provocations mine eye lodgeth.
And dim from sorrow is mine eye, And my members as a shadow all of them.
The eye hath not seen him, and addeth not. And not again doth his place behold him.
And the eye of an adulterer Hath observed the twilight, Saying, 'No eye doth behold me.' And he putteth the face in secret.
A path -- not known it hath a ravenous fowl, Nor scorched it hath an eye of the kite,
Among rocks, brooks he hath cleaved, And every precious thing hath his eye seen.
For the ear heard, and declareth me happy, And the eye hath seen, and testifieth to me.
By the hearing of the ear I heard Thee, And now mine eye hath seen Thee.
Old from provocation is mine eye, It is old because of all mine adversaries,
Keep me as the apple, the daughter of the eye; In shadow of Thy wings thou dost hide me.
Favour me, O Jehovah, for distress is to me, Mine eye, my soul, and my body Have become old by provocation.
I cause thee to act wisely, And direct thee in the way that thou goest, I cause mine eye to take counsel concerning thee.
Lo, the eye of Jehovah is to those fearing Him, To those waiting for His kindness,
Mine enemies rejoice not over me with falsehood, Those hating me without cause wink the eye.
And they enlarge against me their mouth, They said, 'Aha, aha, our eye hath seen.'
For, from all adversity He delivered me, And on mine enemies hath mine eye looked!
Their eye hath come out from fat. The imaginations of the heart transgressed;
Mine eye hath grieved because of affliction, I called Thee, O Jehovah, all the day, I have spread out unto Thee my hands.
And mine eye looketh on mine enemies, Of those rising up against me, The evil doers, do mine ears hear.
He who planteth the ear doth He not hear? He who formeth the eye doth He not see?
Keep my commands, and live, And my law as the pupil of thine eye.
Whoso is winking the eye giveth grief, And a talkative fool kicketh.
A hearing ear, and a seeing eye, Jehovah hath made even both of them.
The good of eye -- he is blessed, For he hath given of his bread to the poor.
Eat not the bread of an evil eye, And have no desire to his dainties,
Troubled for wealth is the man with an evil eye, And he knoweth not that want doth meet him.
An eye that mocketh at a father, And despiseth to obey a mother, Dig it out do ravens of the valley, And eat it do young eagles.
All these things are wearying; a man is not able to speak, the eye is not satisfied by seeing, nor filled is the ear from hearing.
There is one, and there is not a second; even son or brother he hath not, and there is no end to all his labour! His eye also is not satisfied with riches, and he saith not, 'For whom am I labouring and bereaving my soul of good?' This also is vanity, it is a sad travail.
And bows dash young men to pieces, And the fruit of the womb they pity not, On sons their eye hath no pity.
The voice of thy watchmen! They have lifted up the voice, together they cry aloud, Because eye to eye they see, in Jehovah's turning back to Zion.
Even from antiquity men have not heard, They have not given ear, Eye hath not seen a God save Thee, He doth work for those waiting for Him.
Who doth make my head waters, And mine eye a fountain of tears? And I weep by day and by night, For the wounded of the daughter of my people.
And now, lo, I have loosed thee to-day from the chains that are on thy hand; if good in thine eyes to come with me to Babylon, come, and I keep mine eye upon thee: and if evil in thine eyes to come with me to Babylon, forbear; see, all the land is before thee, whither it be good, and whither it be right in thine eyes to go -- go.' --
For these I am weeping, My eye, my eye, is running down with waters, For, far from me hath been a comforter, Refreshing my soul, My sons have been desolate, For mighty hath been an enemy.
He hath trodden His bow as an enemy, Stood hath His right hand as an adversary, And He slayeth all the desirable ones of the eye, In the tent of the daughter of Zion, He hath poured out as fire His fury.
Cried hath their heart unto the Lord; O wall of the daughter of Zion, Cause to go down as a stream tears daily and nightly, Give not rest to thyself, Let not the daughter of thine eye stand still.
Rivulets of water go down my eye, For the destruction of the daughter of my people.
Mine eye is poured out, And doth not cease without intermission,
My eye affecteth my soul, Because of all the daughters of my city.
Therefore, I live -- an affirmation of the Lord Jehovah: Because My sanctuary thou hast defiled, With all thy detestable things, And with all thine abominations, Mine eye pitieth not, and I also spare not. Do not even I also diminish?
And no pity on thee hath Mine eye, nor do I spare, For thy ways against thee I do set, And thine abominations are in thy midst, And ye have known that I am Jehovah.
And not pity doth Mine eye, nor do I spare, According to thy ways unto thee I give, And thine abominations are in thy midst, And ye have known that I am Jehovah the smiter.
And I also deal in fury, Mine eye doth not pity, nor do I spare, and they have cried in Mine ears -- a loud voice -- and I do not hear them.'
And to the others he said in mine ears, 'Pass on into the city after him, and smite; your eye doth not pity, nor do ye spare;
And I also, Mine eye doth not pity, nor do I spare; their way on their own head I have put.'
No eye hath had pity on thee, to do to thee any of these, To have compassion on thee, And thou art cast on the face of the field, With loathing of thy person. In the day thou hast been born -- thou!
And Mine eye hath pity on them -- against destroying them, And I have not made of them an end in the wilderness.
And if they go into captivity before their enemies, From thence I command the sword, And it hath slain them, And I have set Mine eye on them for evil, And not for good.
For thus said Jehovah of Hosts: After honour He hath sent me unto the nations who are spoiling you, For he who is coming against you, Is coming against the daughter of His eye.
The burden of a word of Jehovah against the land of Hadrach, and Demmeseh -- his place of rest: (When to Jehovah is the eye of man, And of all the tribes of Israel.)
Woe to the worthless shepherd, forsaking the flock, A sword is on his arm, and on his right eye, His arm is utterly dried up, And his right eye is very dim!'
'But, if thy right eye doth cause thee to stumble, pluck it out and cast from thee, for it is good to thee that one of thy members may perish, and not thy whole body be cast to gehenna.
'Ye heard that it was said: Eye for eye, and tooth for tooth;
'The lamp of the body is the eye, if, therefore, thine eye may be perfect, all thy body shall be enlightened,
but if thine eye may be evil, all thy body shall be dark; if, therefore, the light that is in thee is darkness -- the darkness, how great!
And why dost thou behold the mote that is in thy brother's eye, and the beam that is in thine own eye dost not consider?
or, how wilt thou say to thy brother, Suffer I may cast out the mote from thine eye, and lo, the beam is in thine own eye?
Hypocrite, cast out first the beam out of thine own eye, and then thou shalt see clearly to cast out the mote out of thy brother's eye.
'And if thine eye doth cause thee to stumble, pluck it out and cast from thee; it is good for thee one-eyed to enter into the life, rather than having two eyes to be cast to the gehenna of the fire.
and again I say to you, it is easier for a camel through the eye of a needle to go, than for a rich man to enter into the reign of God.'
is it not lawful to me to do what I will in mine own? is thine eye evil because I am good?
thefts, covetous desires, wickedness, deceit, arrogance, an evil eye, evil speaking, pride, foolishness;
And if thine eye may cause thee to stumble, cast it out; it is better for thee one-eyed to enter into the reign of God, than having two eyes, to be cast to the gehenna of the fire --
It is easier for a camel through the eye of the needle to enter, than for a rich man to enter into the reign of God.'
And why dost thou behold the mote that is in thy brother's eye, and the beam that is in thine own eye dost not consider?
or how art thou able to say to thy brother, Brother, suffer, I may take out the mote that is in thine eye -- thyself the beam in thine own eye not beholding? Hypocrite, take first the beam out of thine own eye, and then thou shalt see clearly to take out the mote that is in thy brother's eye.
'The lamp of the body is the eye, when then thine eye may be simple, thy whole body also is lightened; and when it may be evil, thy body also is darkened;
for it is easier for a camel through the eye of a needle to enter, than for a rich man into the reign of God to enter.'
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