'Seem' in the Bible
"Now therefore, our God, the great, mighty, and awesome God, who keeps the covenant and gracious love, don't let all of the difficulties seem trifling to you, all of hardships that have come upon us, upon our kings, upon our leaders, upon our priests, upon our prophets, upon our ancestors, and upon all of your people from the time of the kings of Assyria until this day.
The runoff from the streams will seem sweet to him; everyone will follow after him; countless crows march ahead of him.
My skin turns black all over me; and my bones seem burned from the heat.
Their ways always seem prosperous. Your judgments are on high, far away from them. They scoff at all their enemies.
Never ask "Why does the past seem so much better than now?" because this question does not come from wisdom.
Their arrows are sharp, all their bows ready for action. Their horses' hooves seem like flint, and their chariot wheels spin like a whirlwind.
"In a very little while, will not Lebanon be turned into a garden of fruit, and the garden of fruit seem like a forest?
In their view, it will seem to be a false prophecy, but because they swore allegiance, he'll make them remember their guilt as he takes them captive."
They won't present wine offerings to the LORD, nor will they please him. Their sacrifices will seem like food for mourners everyone who eats them will become unclean; none of them will enter the Temple of the LORD.
"This is what the LORD of the Heavenly Armies says: "It may seem impossible to the survivors of this people, but is it impossible for me?' declares the LORD of the Heavenly Armies.
On the contrary, those parts of the body that seem to be weaker are in fact indispensable,