'Grants' in the Bible
until the LORD grants rest to your fellow Israelis like you. When they take possession of the territory that the LORD your God is about to give them on the other side of the Jordan River, then each of you may return to the territory that I've allotted for you.'
He guards the steps of his faithful ones, while the wicked are made silent in darkness. He grants the request of the one who prays. He blesses the year of the righteous. Indeed it's not by strength that a person prevails.
He doesn't let the wicked live; he grants justice to the afflicted.
The Lord gives his people strength; the Lord grants his people security.
The Lord grants success to the one whose behavior he finds commendable.
You are the most handsome of all men! You speak in an impressive and fitting manner! For this reason God grants you continual blessings.
God settles those who have been deserted in their own homes; he frees prisoners and grants them prosperity. But sinful rebels live in the desert.
For the LORD God is a sun and shield; the LORD grants grace and favor; the LORD will not withhold any good thing from those who walk blamelessly.
He grants peace within your borders, satisfying you with the finest of wheat.
Good sense grants favor, but the way of the faithless is coarse.
So then I recommended enjoyment of life, because it is better on earth for a man to eat, drink, and be happy, since this will stay with him throughout his struggle all the days of his life, which God grants him on earth.
This order is announced by the observers, and the holy ones declare the verdict, so that the living may know that the Most High is sovereign over human kingdoms and grants them to whomever he desires, and he places the least important of men over them.'
You'll be driven from people, and you'll live among wild animals of the field. You'll eat grass like cattle and be soaked with the dew of the sky while seven years pass you by until you realize that the Most High is sovereign over human kingdoms and grants them to whomever he desires.
"The kingdom has been taken from you! You're to be driven away from people. You're to live with the wild animals of the field. You are to be made to eat grass like cattle, and seven years will pass you by until you realize that the Most High is sovereign over human kingdoms and grants them to whomever he desires.'"
the oath that he swore to our ancestor Abraham. This oath grants
- Emigrants (1 instance in 1 translation)
- Flagrant (2 instances in 2 translations)
- Fragrant (56 instances in 10 translations)
- Grant (131 instances in 13 translations)
- Granted (151 instances in 13 translations)
- Granting (10 instances in 9 translations)