'Look' in the Bible
Look at the birds which fly in the air: they do not sow or reap or store up in barns, but your Heavenly Father feeds them: are not you of much greater value than they?
And why do you look at the splinter in your brother's eye, and not notice the beam which is in your own eye?
But the Pharisees saw it and said to Him, "Look! your disciples are doing what the Law forbids them to do on the Sabbath."
And in regard to them the prophecy of Isaiah is receiving signal fulfilment: "'You will hear and hear and by no means understand, and you will look and look and by no means see.
What do you yourselves think? Suppose a man gets a hundred sheep and one of them strays away, will he not leave the ninety-nine on the hills and go and look for the one that is straying?
So the Pharisees said to Him, "Look! why are they doing what on the Sabbath is unlawful?"
that "'They may look and look but not see, and listen and listen but not understand, lest perchance they should return and be pardoned.'"
and Peter, recollecting, said to Him, "Look, Rabbi, the fig-tree which you cursed is withered up."
Shall we pay, or shall we refuse to pay?" But He, knowing their hypocrisy, replied, "Why try to ensnare me? Bring me a shilling for me to look at."
As He was leaving the Temple, one of His disciples exclaimed, "Look, Rabbi, what wonderful stones! what wonderful buildings!"
"And why look at the splinter in your brother's eye instead of giving careful attention to the beam in your own?
The Son of Man has come eating and drinking, and you say, 'Look, there is a man who is overfond of eating and drinking--he is a friend of tax-gatherers and notorious sinners!'
And He gave them the following parable. "A man," He said, "who had a fig-tree growing in his garden came to look for fruit on it and could find none.
So he said to the gardener, "'See, this is the third year I have come to look for fruit on this fig-tree and cannot find any. Cut it down. Why should so much ground be actually wasted?'
"But they all without exception began to excuse themselves. The first told him, "'I have purchased a piece of land, and must of necessity go and look at it. Pray hold me excused.'
The next day John saw Jesus coming towards him and exclaimed, "Look, that is the Lamb of God who is to take away the sin of the world!
when he saw Jesus passing by, and said, "Look! that is the Lamb of God!"
Jesus saw Nathanael approaching, and said of him, "Look! here is a true Israelite, in whom there is no deceitfulness!"
Do you not say, 'It wants four months yet to the harvest'? But look round, I tell you, and observe these plains-- they are already ripe for the sickle.
When however the crowd saw that neither Jesus nor His disciples were there, they themselves also took boats and came to Capernaum to look for Jesus.
You will look for me and will not find me, and where I am you cannot come."
What do those words of his mean, 'You will look for me, but will not find me, and where I am you cannot come'?"
And again another Scripture says, "They shall look on Him whom they have pierced."
Peter fixing his eyes on him, as John did also, said, "Look at us."
When Moses saw this he wondered at the sight; but on his going up to look further, the voice of the Lord was heard, saying,
"'Go to this people and tell them, you will hear and hear, and by no means understand; and will look and look, and by no means see.
Let not him who eats certain food look down upon him who abstains from it, nor him who abstains from it find fault with him who eats it; for God has received both of them.
But you, why do you find fault with your brother? Or you, why do you look down upon your brother? We shall all stand before God to be judged;
Look at the Israelites--the nation and their ritual. Are not those who eat the sacrifices joint-partakers in the altar?
If, however, the service that proclaims death--its code being engraved in writing upon stones--came with glory, so that the children of Israel could not look steadily on the face of Moses because of the brightness of his face--a vanishing brightness;
while we look not at things seen, but things unseen; for things seen are temporary, but things unseen are eternal.
Is it outward appearances you look to? If any man is confident as regards himself that he specially belongs to Christ, let him consider again and reflect that just as he belongs to Christ, so also do we.
To them it was revealed that they were serving not themselves but you, when they foretold the very things which have now been openly declared to you by those who, having been taught by the Holy Spirit which had been sent from Heaven, brought you the Good News. Angels long to stoop and look into these things.
others you must try to save, as brands plucked from the flames; and on others look with pity mingled with fear, while you hate every trace of their sin.
But no one in Heaven, or on earth, or under the earth, was able to open the book or look into it.
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