'Made' in the Bible
About this time John the Baptist made his appearance, preaching in the Desert of Judaea.
No one ever mends an old cloak with a patch of newly woven cloth. Otherwise, the patch put on would tear away some of the old, and a worse hole would be made.
Immediately afterwards He made the disciples go on board the boat and cross to the opposite shore, leaving Him to dismiss the people.
and was unable to pay. So his master ordered that he and his wife and children and everything that he had should be sold, and payment be made.
"Have you not read," He replied, "that He who made them 'made them' from the beginning 'male and female,
and having made an agreement with them for a shilling a day, sent them into his vineyard.
and hand Him over to the Gentiles to be made sport of and scourged and crucified; and on the third day He will be raised to life."
"Listen to another parable. There was a householder who planted a vineyard, made a fence round it, dug a wine-tank in it, and built a strong lodge; then let the place to vine-dressers, and went abroad.
"Have you never read in the Scriptures," said Jesus, "'The Stone which the builders rejected has been made the Cornerstone: this Cornerstone came from the Lord, and is wonderful in our eyes'?
"Again he sent other servants with a message to those who were invited. "'My breakfast is now ready," he said, 'my bullocks and fat cattle are killed, and every preparation is made: come to the wedding.'
"Blind fools! Why, which is greater? --the gold, or the Sanctuary which has made the gold holy?
But He made no reply to a single accusation, so that the Governor was greatly astonished.
So they went and made the sepulchre secure, sealing the stone besides setting the guard.
No one mends an old garment with a piece of unshrunk cloth. Otherwise, the patch put on would tear away from it--the new from the old--and a worse hole would be made.
And Jesus said to them: "The Sabbath was made for man, not man for the Sabbath;
So if Satan has risen in arms and has made war upon himself, stand he cannot, but meets his end.
Why, there is nothing hidden except with a view to its being ultimately disclosed, nor has anything been made a secret but that it may at last come to light.
but He gave strict injunctions that the matter should not be made known, and directed them to give her something to eat.
The girl immediately came in, in haste, to the King and made her request. "My desire is," she said, "that you will give me, here and now, on a dish, the head of John the Baptist."
Immediately afterwards He made His disciples go on board the boat and cross over to Bethsaida, leaving Him behind to dismiss the crowd.
And taking a young child He made him stand in their midst, then threw His arms round him and said,
And He remonstrated with them. "Is it not written," He said, "'My House shall be called The House of Prayer for all the nations?' But you have made it what it now is--a robbers' cave."
"Rabbi," they said, "Moses made it a law for us: 'If a man's brother should die and leave a wife, but no child, the man shall marry the widow and raise up a family for his brother.'
David himself said, taught by the Holy Spirit, "'The Lord said to my Lord, Sit at My right hand, until I have made thy foes a footstool under thy feet.'
But Jesus made no further answer: so that Pilate wondered.
But they went out and made proclamation everywhere, the Lord working with them and confirming their Message by the signs which accompanied it.
It was the first registration made during the governorship of Quirinius in Syria;
Then, as soon as the angels had left them and returned to Heaven, the shepherds said to one another, "Let us now go over as far as Bethlehem and see this that has happened, which the Lord has made known to us."
So they made haste and came and found Mary and Joseph, with the babe lying in the manger.
And the shepherds returned, glorifying and praising God for all that they had heard and seen in accordance with the announcement made to them.
Which Thou hast made ready in the sight of all nations--
Then turning towards the woman He said to Simon, "Do you see this woman? I came into your house: you gave me no water for my feet; but she has made my feet wet with her tears, and then wiped the tears away with her hair.
And Jesus, knowing the reasoning that was in their hearts, took a young child and made him stand by His side
Foolish men! Did not He who made the outside make the inside also?
And that servant who has been told his Master's will and yet made no preparation and did not obey His will, will receive many lashes.
Also to His host, who had invited Him, He said, "When you give a breakfast or a dinner, do not invite your friends or brothers or relatives or rich neighbours, lest perhaps they should invite you in return and a requital be made you.
Perceiving this, He said to them, "Go and show yourselves to the Priests." And while on their way to do this they were made clean.
"Were not all ten made clean?" Jesus asked; "but where are the nine?
"It is written," He said, "'And My house shall be the House of Prayer,' but you have made it a robbers' cave."
He looked at them and said, "What then does that mean which is written, "'The Stone which the builders rejected has been made the cornerstone'?
"Rabbi, Moses made it a law for us that if a man's brother should die, leaving a wife but no children, the man shall marry the widow and raise up a family for his brother.
Until I have made thy foes a footstool under they feet.'
And the soldiers also made sport of Him, coming and offering Him sour wine and saying,
and that proclamation would be made, in His name, of repentance and forgiveness of sins to all the nations, beginning in Jerusalem.
No human eye has ever seen God: the only Son, who is in the Father's bosom--He has made Him known.
Afterwards He went down to Capernaum--He, and His mother, and His brothers, and His disciples; and they made a short stay there.
After this Jesus and His disciples went into Judaea; and there He made a stay in company with them and baptized.
So He came once more to Cana in Galilee, where He had made the water into wine. Now there was a certain officer of the King's court whose son was ill at Capernaum.
and was teaching them when the Scribes and the Pharisees brought to Him a woman who had been found committing adultery. They made her stand in the centre of the court, and they put the case to Him.
"He whose name is Jesus," he answered, "made clay and smeared my eyes with it, and then told me to go to Siloam and wash. So I went and washed and obtained sight."
Now the day on which Jesus made the clay and opened the man's eyes was the Sabbath.
This made them once more try to arrest Him, but He withdrew out of their power.
"He has blinded their eyes and made their minds callous, lest they should see with their eyes and perceive with their minds, and should turn, and I should heal them."
No longer do I call you servants, because a servant does not know what his master is doing; but I have called you friends, because all that I have heard from the Father I have made known to you.
And I have made known Thy name to them and will make it known, that the love with which Thou hast loved me may be in them, and that I may be in them."
He made this request in order that the words He had spoken might be fulfilled, "As for those whom Thou hast given me, I have not lost one."
One of the soldiers, however, made a thrust at His side with a lance, and immediately blood and water flowed out.
So the rest of the disciples told him, "We have seen the Master!" His reply was, "Unless I see in his hands the wound made by the nails and put my finger into the wound, and put my hand into his side, I will never believe it."
This made the disciple whom Jesus loved say to Peter, "It is the Master." Simon Peter therefore, when he heard the words, "It is the Master," drew on his fisherman's shirt--for he had not been wearing it--put on his girdle, and sprang into the water.
Thou hast made known to me the ways of Life: Thou wilt fill me with gladness in Thy presence.'
"Therefore let the whole House of Israel know beyond all doubt that God has made Him both LORD and CHRIST--this Jesus whom you crucified."
It is His name-- faith in that name being the condition--which has strengthened this man whom you behold and know; and the faith which He has given has made this man sound and strong again, as you can all see.
But in this way God has fulfilled the declarations He made through all the Prophets, that His Christ would suffer.
"You are the heirs of the Prophets, and of the Covenant which God made with your forefathers when He said to Abraham, 'And through your posterity all the families of the world shall be blessed.'
So they made the Apostles stand in the centre, and demanded of them, "By what power or in what name have you done this?"
This Jesus is the Stone treated with contempt by you the builders, but it has been made the Cornerstone.
and gave it to the Apostles, and distribution was made to every one according to his wants.
So they brought them and made them stand in front of the Sanhedrin. And then the High Priest questioned them.
About this time, as the number of disciples was increasing, complaints were made by the Greek-speaking Jews against the Hebrews because their widows were habitually overlooked in the daily ministration.
On their second visit Joseph made himself known to his brothers, and Pharaoh was informed of Joseph's parentage.
"But as the time drew near for the fulfilment of the promise which God had made to Abraham, the people became many times more numerous in Egypt,
"Moreover they made a calf at that time, and offered a sacrifice to the idol and kept rejoicing in the gods which their own hands had made.
Yes, you lifted up Moloch's tent and the Star of the God Rephan--the images which you made in order to worship them; and I will remove you beyond Babylon.'
A party of devout men, however, buried Stephen, and made loud lamentation over him.
but Philip found himself at Ashdod. Then visiting town after town he everywhere made known the Good News until he reached Caesarea.
So he came to Jerusalem and made several attempts to associate with the disciples, but they were all afraid of him, being in doubt as to whether he himself was a disciple.
Those, however, who had been driven in various directions by the persecution which broke out on account of Stephen made their way to Phoenicia, Cyprus and Antioch, delivering the Message to none but Jews.
The God of this people of Israel chose our forefathers, and made the people great during their stay in Egypt, until with wondrous power He brought them out from that land.
And we bring you the Good News about the promise made to our forefathers,
And as to His having raised Him from among the dead, never again to be in the position of one soon to return to decay, He speaks thus: 'I will give you the holy and trustworthy promises made to David.'
And when a hostile movement was made by both Gentiles and Jews, with the sanction of their magistrates, to maltreat and stone them,
the Apostles, having become aware of it, made their escape into the Lycaonian towns of Lystra and Derbe, and the neighbouring country.
and after there had been a long discussion Peter rose to his feet. "It is within your own knowledge," he said, "that God originally made choice among you that from my lips the Gentiles were to hear the Message of the Good News, and believe.
and He made no difference between us and them, in that He cleansed their hearts by their faith.
Then the whole assembly remained silent while they listened to the statement made by Paul and Barnabas as to all the signs and marvels that God had done among the Gentiles through their instrumentality.
After a while Paul said to Barnabas, "Suppose we now revisit the brethren in the various towns in which we have made known the Lord's Message--to see whether they are prospering!"
When she and her household had been baptized, she urged us, saying, "If in your judgement I am a believer in the Lord, come and stay at my house." And she made us go there.
GOD who made the universe and everything in it--He, being Lord of Heaven and earth, does not dwell in sanctuaries built by men.
seeing that He has appointed a day on which, before long, He will judge the world in righteousness, through the instrumentality of a man whom He has pre-destined to this work, and has made the fact certain to every one by raising Him from the dead."
But when Gallio became Proconsul of Greece, the Jews with one accord made a dead set at Paul, and brought him before the court.
Then, as he had made up his mind to cross over into Greece, the brethren wrote to the disciples in Corinth begging them to give him a kindly welcome. Upon his arrival he rendered valuable help to those who through grace had believed;
There was a certain Demetrius, a silversmith, who made miniature silver sanctuaries of Diana, a business which brought great gain to the mechanics in his employ.
and you see and hear that, not in Ephesus only but throughout almost the whole province of Asia, this fellow Paul has led away a vast number of people by inducing them to believe that they are not gods at all that are made by men's hands.
Some of the crowd shouted one accusation against Paul and some another, until, as the uproar made it impossible for the truth to be ascertained with certainty, the Tribune ordered him to be brought into the barracks.
The next day, wishing to know exactly what charge was being brought against him by the Jews, the Tribune ordered his chains to be removed; and, having sent word to the High Priests and all the Sanhedrin to assemble, he brought Paul down and made him stand before them.
unless it was in that one expression which I made use of when I shouted out as I stood among them, "'The resurrection of the dead is the thing about which I am on my trial before you to-day.'"
The High Priests and the leading men among the Jews immediately made representations to him against Paul, and begged him--
about whom, when I went to Jerusalem, the High Priests and the Elders of the Jews made representations to me, begging that sentence might be pronounced against him.
Then Festus said, "King Agrippa and all who are present with us, you see here the man about whom the whole nation of the Jews made suit to me, both in Jerusalem and here, crying out that he ought not to live any longer.
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