'Shelter' in the Bible
Who ate the fat of their sacrificesand drank the wine of their drink offerings?Let them rise up and help you;let it be a shelter for you.
She asked, ‘Will you let me gather fallen grain among the bundles behind the harvesters?’ She came and has remained from early morning until now, except that she rested a little in the shelter.”
But let all who take refuge in You rejoice;let them shout for joy forever.May You shelter them,and may those who love Your name boast about You.
For He will conceal me in His shelterin the day of adversity;He will hide me under the cover of His tent;He will set me high on a rock.
You hide them in the protection of Your presence;You conceal them in a shelterfrom the schemes of men,from quarrelsome tongues.
I would hurry to my shelterfrom the raging wind and the storm.”
I will live in Your tent foreverand take refuge under the shelter of Your wings.Selah
You are my shelter and my shield;I put my hope in Your word.
The Lord protects you;the Lord is a shelter right by your side.
I cry to You, Lord;I say, “You are my shelter,my portion in the land of the living.”
Daughter Zion is abandonedlike a shelter in a vineyard,like a shack in a cucumber field,like a besieged city.
and there will be a booth for shade from heat by day, and a refuge and shelter from storm and rain.
Give us counsel and make a decision.Shelter us at noondaywith shade that is as dark as night.Hide the refugees;do not betray the one who flees.
They set out to go down to Egyptwithout asking My advice,in order to seek shelter under Pharaoh’s protectionand take refuge in Egypt’s shadow.
Each will be like a shelter from the wind,a refuge from the rain,like streams of water in a dry landand the shade of a massive rock in an arid land.
How long will you turn here and there,faithless daughter?For the Lord creates something new in the land—a female will shelter a man.
I will plant it on Israel’s high mountainso that it may bear branches, produce fruit,and become a majestic cedar.Birds of every kind will nest under it,taking shelter in the shade of its branches.
Its leaves were beautiful, its fruit was abundant,and on it was food for all.Wild animals found shelter under it,the birds of the air lived in its branches,and every creature was fed from it.
Jonah left the city and sat down east of it. He made himself a shelter there and sat in its shade to see what would happen to the city.
After running under the shelter of a little island called Cauda, we were barely able to get control of the skiff.
For this reason they are before the throne of God,and they serve Him day and night in His sanctuary.The One seated on the throne will shelter them: