‘Again’ in the Bible - All 1612 Bible verses / Bible passages (2024)

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Here you will find all biblical passages where / in which the word (or term) ‘Again’ occurs and how often this word occurs per biblical book. We searched the New and Old Testaments to find all the verses and occurrences of the Word. his article is part of our small concordance.

The term ‘Again’ occurs 1612 times in the Bible. Below you will find all matching biblical passages divided according to the corresponding book.

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Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Genesis

Genesis 4:2And again she gave birth to his brother Abel. But Abel was a pastor of sheep, and Cain was a farmer.Genesis 4:2

Genesis 4:8And Cain said to his brother Abel, “Let us go outside.” And when they were in the field, Cain rose up against his brother Abel, and he put him to death.Genesis 4:8

Genesis 4:25Adam also knew his wife again, and she gave birth to a son, and she called his name Seth, saying, “God has given me another offspring, in place of Abel, whom Cain killed.”Genesis 4:25

Genesis 8:10And then, having waited a further seven days, he again sent forth the dove out of the ark.Genesis 8:10

Genesis 13:4There, at the place of the altar he had made before, he again called upon the name of the Lord.Genesis 13:4

Genesis 14:2went to war against Bera, king of Sodom, and against Birsha, king of Gomorrah, and against Shinab, king of Admah, and against Shemeber, king of Zeboiim, and against the king of Bela, that is Zoar.Genesis 14:2

Genesis 14:8And the king of Sodom, and the king of Gomorrah, and the king of Admah, and the king of Zeboiim, and indeed the king of Bela, which is Zoar, went forth. And they directed their point against them in the wooded valley,Genesis 14:8

Genesis 14:9namely, against Chedorlaomer, king of the Elamites, and Tidal, king of the Nations, and Amraphel, king of Shinar, and Arioch, king of Pontus: four kings against five.Genesis 14:9

Genesis 16:5And Sarai said to Abram: “You have acted unfairly against me. I gave my handmaid into your bosom, who, when she saw that she had conceived, held me in contempt. May the Lord judge between me and you.”Genesis 16:5

Genesis 16:10And again he said, “I will multiply your offspring continuously, and they will not be numbered because of their multitude.”Genesis 16:10

Genesis 16:12He will be a wild man. His hand will be against all, and all hands will be against him. And he will pitch his tents away from the region of all his brothers.”Genesis 16:12

Genesis 18:16Therefore, when the men had risen up from there, they directed their eyes against Sodom. And Abraham traveled with them, leading them.Genesis 18:16

Genesis 18:29And again he said to him, “But if forty were found there, what would you do?” He said, “I will not strike, for the sake of the forty.”Genesis 18:29

Genesis 19:9But they said, “Move away from there.” And again: “You have entered,” they said, “as a stranger; should you then judge? Therefore, we will afflict you yourself more than them.” And they acted very violently against Lot. And they were now at the point of breaking open the doors.Genesis 19:9

Genesis 19:34Likewise, the next day, the elder said to the younger: “Behold, yesterday I slept with my father, let us give him wine to drink yet again this night, and you will sleep with him, so that we may save offspring from our father.”Genesis 19:34

Genesis 20:6And God said to him: “And I know that you have acted with a sincere heart. And therefore I kept you from sinning against me, and I did not release you to touch her.Genesis 20:6

Genesis 20:9Then Abimelech called also for Abraham, and he said to him: “What have you done to us? How have we sinned against you, so that you would bring so great a sin upon me and upon my kingdom? You have done to us what you ought not to have done.”Genesis 20:9

Genesis 20:10And remonstrating him again, he said, “What did you see, so that you would do this?”Genesis 20:10

Genesis 21:7And again, she said: “Hearing this, who would believe Abraham, that Sarah breast-fed a son, to whom she gave birth, despite being elderly?”Genesis 21:7

Genesis 26:20But in that place also the shepherds of Gerar argued against the shepherds of Isaac, by saying, “It is our water.” For this reason, he called the name of the well, because of what had happened, ‘Calumny.’Genesis 26:20

Genesis 27:20And again Isaac said to his son, “How were you able to find it so quickly, my son?” He answered, “It was the will of God, so that what I sought met with me quickly.”Genesis 27:20

Genesis 27:36But he responded: “Justly is his name called Jacob. For he has supplanted me yet another time. My birthright he took away before, and now, this second time, he has stolen my blessing.” And again, he said to his father, “Have you not reserved a blessing for me also?”Genesis 27:36

Genesis 29:3And the custom was, when all the sheep were gathered together, to roll away the stone. And when the flocks had been refreshed, they placed it over the mouth of the well again.Genesis 29:3

Genesis 29:33And again she conceived and bore a son, and she said, “Because the Lord heard that I was treated with contempt, he has also given this one to me.” And she called his name Simeon.Genesis 29:33

Genesis 30:7And conceiving again, Bilhah bore another,Genesis 30:7

Genesis 30:19Conceiving again, Leah bore a sixth son.Genesis 30:19

Genesis 30:31And Laban said, “What shall I give to you?” But he said, “I want nothing. But if you will do what I ask, I will feed and guard your sheep again.Genesis 30:31

Genesis 31:24And he saw in a dream, God saying to him, “Beware that you not speak anything harsh against Jacob.”Genesis 31:24

Genesis 31:29my hand has power to repay you with harm. But the God of your father said to me yesterday, ‘Beware that you not speak anything stern against Jacob.’Genesis 31:29

Genesis 31:36And Jacob, being inflated, said with contention: “For which fault of mine, or for what sin of mine, have you become so enraged against meGenesis 31:36

Genesis 31:51And again he said to Jacob. “Lo, this tomb and the stone that I have set up between me and you,Genesis 31:51

Genesis 32:28But he said, “Your name will not be called Jacob, but Israel; for if you have been strong against God, how much more will you prevail against men?”Genesis 32:28

Genesis 35:9Then God appeared again to Jacob, after he returned from Mesopotamia of Syria, and he blessed him,Genesis 35:9

Genesis 38:4And conceiving offspring again, having given birth to a son, she called him Onan.Genesis 38:4

Genesis 38:17He said, “I will send you a young goat from the flock.” And again, she said, “I will allow what you want, if you give me a pledge, until you may send what you promise.”Genesis 38:17

Genesis 39:9Neither is there anything which is not in my power, or that he has not delivered to me, except you, for you are his wife. How then can I do this evil act and sin against my God?”Genesis 39:9

Genesis 41:5slept again, and he saw another dream. Seven ears of grain sprung up on one stalk, full and well-formed.Genesis 41:5

Genesis 41:21giving no indication of being full. But they remained in the same state of emaciation and squalor. Awakening, but being weighed down into sleep again,Genesis 41:21

Genesis 41:41And again, Pharaoh said to Joseph, “Behold, I have appointed you over the entire land of Egypt.”Genesis 41:41

Genesis 42:21and they spoke to one another: “We deserve to suffer these things, because we have sinned against our brother, seeing the anguish of his soul, when he begged us and we would not listen. For that reason, this tribulation has come upon us.”Genesis 42:21

Genesis 42:22And Reuben, one of them, said: “Did not I say to you, ‘Do not sin against the boy,’ and you would not listen to me? See, his blood is exacted.”Genesis 42:22

Genesis 42:34and bring your youngest brother to me, so that I may know that you are not scouts. And this one, who is held in chains, you may be able to receive again. And thereafter, you shall have permission to buy what you want.’ ”Genesis 42:34

Genesis 43:9I accept the boy; require him at my hand. Unless I lead him back and restore him to you, I will be guilty of a sin against you for all time.Genesis 43:9

Genesis 43:18And there, being terrified, they said one to another: “Because of the money, which we carried back the first time in our sacks, we have been brought in, so that he may unleash a false accusation against us, and by violence subjugate both us and our donkeys into servitude.”Genesis 43:18

Genesis 43:27But he, gently greeting them again, questioned them, saying: “Is your father, the old man about whom you spoke to me, in good health? Is he still alive?”Genesis 43:27

Genesis 43:29Then Joseph, lifting up his eyes, saw Benjamin, his brother of the same womb, and he said, “Is this your little brother, about whom you spoke to me?” And again, he said, “May God be compassionate to you, my son.”Genesis 43:29

Genesis 43:31And when he had washed his face, coming out again, he composed himself, and he said, “Set out bread.”Genesis 43:31

Genesis 44:13But they, tearing their garments and burdening their donkeys again, returned to the town.Genesis 44:13

Genesis 44:32Let me be your very own servant, for I accepted this one into my trust, and I promised, saying: ‘Unless I lead him back, I will be guilty of a sin against my father for all time.’Genesis 44:32

Genesis 48:10For Israel’s eyes were clouded by reason of his great age, and he was unable to see clearly. And when they were placed up against him, he kissed and embraced them.Genesis 48:10

Genesis 48:13And he placed Ephraim on his right, that is, towards the left hand of Israel. Yet truly Manasseh was on his left, namely, towards his father’s right hand. And he placed them both up against him.Genesis 48:13

Genesis 50:17that we should say these words to you from him: ‘I beg you to forget the wickedness of your brothers, and the sin and malice that they practiced against you.’ Likewise, we petition you to release the servants of the God of your father from this iniquity.” Hearing this, Joseph wept.Genesis 50:17

Genesis 50:20You devised evil against me. But God turned it into good, so that he might exalt me, just as you presently discern, and so that he might bring about the salvation of many peoples.Genesis 50:20

Number of the word / term Again in Genesis: 53

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Exodus

Exodus 1:10Come, let us wisely oppress them, lest they multiply; and if any war should advance against us, they may be added to our enemies, and having fought against us, they might depart from the land.”Exodus 1:10

Exodus 3:15And God said again to Moses: “Thus shall you say to the sons of Israel: ‘The Lord God of your fathers, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob, has sent me to you.’ This is the name for me in eternity, and this is my memorial from generation to generation.Exodus 3:15

Exodus 4:6And the Lord said again, “Put your hand into your bosom.” And when he had put it into his bosom, he brought it out leprous, resembling snow.Exodus 4:6

Exodus 4:7“Put your hand back,” he said, “into your bosom.” He put it back and brought it out again, and it was like the rest of his flesh.Exodus 4:7

Exodus 5:15And the first among the sons of Israel came, and they cried out to Pharaoh, saying: “Why do act against your servants in this way?Exodus 5:15

Exodus 5:16Straw is not given to us, and yet the same amount of bricks is commanded. So we, your servants, are cut up by scourging, and injustice is done against your people.”Exodus 5:16

Exodus 10:16For this reason, Pharaoh hurriedly called Moses and Aaron, and he said to them: “I have sinned against the Lord your God, and against you.Exodus 10:16

Exodus 12:12And I will cross through the land of Egypt that night, and I will strike down all the firstborn in the land of Egypt, from man, even to cattle. And I will bring judgments against all the gods of Egypt. I am the Lord.Exodus 12:12

Exodus 13:17And so, when Pharaoh had sent the people away, God did not lead them by the way of the land of the Philistines, which is nearby, considering that perhaps they might relapse, if they saw wars rise up against them, and then they might return to Egypt.Exodus 13:17

Exodus 14:13And Moses said to the people: “Do not be afraid. Stand firm and see the great wonders of the Lord, which he will do today. For the Egyptians, whom you now see, will never again be seen, forever.Exodus 14:13

Exodus 14:25And he overturned the wheels of the chariots, and they were carried into the deep. Therefore, the Egyptians said: “Let us flee from Israel. For the Lord fights on their behalf against us.”Exodus 14:25

Exodus 14:31And they saw the Egyptians dead on the shore of the sea and the great hand that the Lord had exercised against them. And the people feared the Lord, and they believed in the Lord and in Moses his servant.Exodus 14:31

Exodus 15:24And the people murmured against Moses, saying: “What shall we drink?”Exodus 15:24

Exodus 16:2And the entire congregation of the sons of Israel murmured against Moses and Aaron in the wilderness.Exodus 16:2

Exodus 16:7And in the morning, you will see the glory of the Lord. For he has heard your murmuring against the Lord. But as for us, truly what are we, that you would whisper against us?”Exodus 16:7

Exodus 16:8And Moses said: “In the evening, the Lord will give you flesh to eat, and in the morning, bread in fullness. For he has heard your murmurings that you have murmured against him. For what are we? Your murmuring is not against us, but against the Lord.”Exodus 16:8

Exodus 16:20And they did not listen to him, but they left some of it behind until morning, and it began to swarm with worms, and it putrefied. And Moses became angry against them.Exodus 16:20

Exodus 17:2And arguing against Moses, they said, “Give us water, so that we may drink.” And Moses answered them: “Why argue against me? For what reason do you tempt the Lord?”Exodus 17:2

Exodus 17:3And so the people were thirsty in that place, due to the scarcity of water, and they murmured against Moses, saying: “Why did you cause us to go out of Egypt, so as to kill us and our children, as well as our cattle, with thirst?”Exodus 17:3

Exodus 17:8And Amalek came and fought against Israel at Rephidim.Exodus 17:8

Exodus 17:9And Moses said to Joshua: “Choose men. And when you go out, fight against Amalek. Tomorrow, I will stand at the top of the hill, holding the staff of God in my hand.”Exodus 17:9

Exodus 17:10Joshua did as Moses had spoken, and he fought against Amalek. But Moses and Aaron and Hur ascended to the top of the hill.Exodus 17:10

Exodus 17:16“The hand of the throne of the Lord, and the war of the Lord, will be against Amalek from generation to generation.”Exodus 17:16

Exodus 18:11Now I know that the great Lord is above all gods. This is why they acted arrogantly against them.”Exodus 18:11

Exodus 20:16You shall not speak false testimony against your neighbor.Exodus 20:16

Exodus 21:19if he gets up again and can walk outside on his staff, he who struck him will be innocent, but only if he makes sufficient restitution for his deeds and for the cost of the physicians.Exodus 21:19

Exodus 22:9so as to perpetrate any fraud, such as with an ox, or a donkey, or a sheep, or clothing, nor to do anything that would be able to cause damage. The case of both shall be brought before the heavens. And if they give judgment against him, he shall repay double to his neighbor.Exodus 22:9

Exodus 22:26If you take a garment from your neighbor as a pledge, you shall return it to him again before the setting of the sun.Exodus 22:26

Exodus 23:29I will not cast them out from your face in one year, lest the land be reduced to a wilderness and the wild beasts increase against you.Exodus 23:29

Exodus 23:33They may not live on your land, lest perhaps they may cause you to sin against me, if you serve their gods, which certainly would be a temptation for you.”Exodus 23:33

Exodus 26:5A curtain shall have fifty loops on each of two sides, inserted in such a manner that loop may come against loop, and one can be fitted to the other.Exodus 26:5

Exodus 26:14You shall also make another covering for the roof from the skins of rams, dyed-red, and above that again, another covering of violet-colored skins.Exodus 26:14

Exodus 26:23and again another two, which will be raised at the corners, behind the back of the tabernacle.Exodus 26:23

Exodus 28:34So then, there shall be a little golden bell and a pomegranate, and again another golden bell and a pomegranate.Exodus 28:34

Exodus 32:1Then the people, seeing that Moses made a delay in descending from the mountain, gathered together against Aaron, and said: “Rise up, make us gods, who may go before us. But as for this man Moses, who led us away from the land of Egypt, we do not know what has befallen him.”Exodus 32:1

Exodus 32:9And again, the Lord said to Moses: “I discern that this people is stiff-necked.Exodus 32:9

Exodus 32:10Release me, so that my fury may be enraged against them, and I may destroy them, and then I will make of you a great nation.”Exodus 32:10

Exodus 32:11Then Moses prayed to the Lord his God, saying: “Why, O Lord, is your fury enraged against your people, whom you led away from the land of Egypt, with great strength and with a mighty hand?Exodus 32:11

Exodus 32:14And the Lord was appeased from doing the evil which he had spoken against his people.Exodus 32:14

Exodus 32:33And the Lord answered him: “Whoever has sinned against me, him I will delete from my book.Exodus 32:33

Exodus 33:20And again he said: “You are not able to see my face. For man shall not see me and live.”Exodus 33:20

Exodus 33:21And again, he said: “Behold, there is a place with me, and you shall stand upon the rock.Exodus 33:21

Exodus 34:3Let no one ascend with you, and do not let anyone be seen throughout the entire mountain. Likewise, do not let the oxen or the sheep pasture up against it.”Exodus 34:3

Exodus 34:24For when I will have taken away the nations before your face, and enlarged your borders, no one shall lie in wait against your land when you will go up to appear in the sight of the Lord your God, three times a year.Exodus 34:24

Exodus 34:35And they saw that the face of Moses, when he came out, was radiant, but he covered his face again, whenever he spoke to them.Exodus 34:35

Exodus 36:12so that the loops might meet against one another and might be joined together.Exodus 36:12

Number of the word / term Again in Exodus: 46

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Leviticus

Leviticus 5:19because by mistake he transgressed against the Lord.Leviticus 5:19

Leviticus 6:5all that he wanted to obtain by fraud, the whole plus an additional fifth part, to the owner against whom he brought the damage.Leviticus 6:5

Leviticus 8:28he received them again from their hands, and he burned them upon the altar of holocaust, because it was an oblation of consecration, as a sweet odor of sacrifice to the Lord.Leviticus 8:28

Leviticus 10:16Meanwhile, when Moses was searching for the he-goat, which had been offered for sin, he discovered it burned up. And being angry against Eleazar and Ithamar, the sons of Aaron who were remaining, he said:Leviticus 10:16

Leviticus 11:3All that has a divided hoof, and that chews over again, among the cattle, you shall eat.Leviticus 11:3

Leviticus 11:4But whatever certainly chews over again, but has a hoof that is not divided, such as the camel and others, these you shall not eat, and you shall consider them to be among what is unclean.Leviticus 11:4

Leviticus 11:5The rock rabbit which chews over again, and whose hoof is not divided, is unclean,Leviticus 11:5

Leviticus 11:6and so also is the hare, for it too chews over again, yet its hoof is not divided,Leviticus 11:6

Leviticus 11:7and also the swine, which, though its hoof is divided, does not chew over again.Leviticus 11:7

Leviticus 11:26Every animal that certainly has a hoof, but which is not divided, nor does it chew over again, shall be unclean. And whoever will have touched it shall be contaminated.Leviticus 11:26

Leviticus 13:5And on the seventh day he shall examine him, and if the leprosy certainly has not increased further, and has not spread itself in the skin, he shall seclude him again, for another seven days.Leviticus 13:5

Leviticus 13:7But if the leprosy increases again, after he was seen by the priest and restored to cleanness, he shall be brought to him,Leviticus 13:7

Leviticus 13:16And if again it will have turned into whiteness, and will have covered the entire man,Leviticus 13:16

Leviticus 13:35But if, after his cleansing, the spot will have increased again in the skin,Leviticus 13:35

Leviticus 13:51And on the seventh day, having looked at it again, if he detects an increase, it is a persistent leprosy; he shall judge the garment to be polluted, along with everything with which it has been found.Leviticus 13:51

Leviticus 14:9And on the seventh day he shall shave the hair of his head, and his beard, and his eyebrows, as well as the hair of his entire body. And having washed his clothes again, and his body,Leviticus 14:9

Leviticus 17:10Any man at all of the house of Israel, or of the newcomers who sojourn among them, if he has eaten blood, I will harden my face against his soul, and I will drive him from his people.Leviticus 17:10

Leviticus 19:16You shall not be a detractor, nor a whisperer, among the people. You shall not stand against the blood of your neighbor. I am the Lord.Leviticus 19:16

Leviticus 19:22And the priest shall pray for him, and for his sin, before the Lord, and he shall win his favor again for him, and the sin shall be forgiven.Leviticus 19:22

Leviticus 20:3And I will set my face against him. And I will cut him down from the midst of his people, because he has given from his seed to Moloch, and he has contaminated my Sanctuary, and polluted my holy name.Leviticus 20:3

Leviticus 20:6The soul who will have turned aside to astrologers and soothsayers, and who will have fornicated with them, I will set my face against him, and I will destroy him from the midst of his people.Leviticus 20:6

Leviticus 26:4and the ground shall bring forth its seedlings, and the trees shall be filled again with fruit.Leviticus 26:4

Leviticus 26:17I will set my face against you, and you will fall down before your enemies, and you will be subjugated to those who hate you. You will flee, though no one pursues.Leviticus 26:17

Leviticus 26:24likewise, I will advance against you as an adversary, and I will strike you seven times, because of your sins.Leviticus 26:24

Leviticus 26:27Then, if you will not listen to me through these things, and you still walk against me,Leviticus 26:27

Leviticus 26:28then I also will advance against you, with an opposing fury, and I will chastise you with seven plagues, because of your sins:Leviticus 26:28

Leviticus 26:40until they confess their iniquities, and those of their ancestors, by which they have transgressed against me and walked as adversaries to me.Leviticus 26:40

Leviticus 26:41Therefore, I also will walk against them, and I will lead them into a hostile land, until their uncircumcised mind shall be ashamed. Then shall they pray on behalf of their impiety.Leviticus 26:41

Number of the word / term Again in Leviticus: 28

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Numbers

Numbers 5:7they shall confess their sin, and they shall restore the principle itself, plus a fifth part above it, to any against whom they have sinned.Numbers 5:7

Numbers 5:14if the spirit of jealousy stirs up the husband against his wife, who either has been polluted or is being assailed with a false suspicion,Numbers 5:14

Numbers 6:9But if anyone will have died unexpectedly before him, the head of his consecration shall be polluted, and he shall shave it in that very place, on the same day of his purification, and again on the seventh day.Numbers 6:9

Numbers 6:20And receiving them again from him, he shall elevate them in the sight of the Lord. And having been sanctified, these shall be for the priest, as also the breast, which was ordered to be separated, and the leg. After this, the Nazarite is able to drink wine.Numbers 6:20

Numbers 10:9If you go forth to war from your land, against the enemies who set out against you, you shall sound the trumpets repeatedly, and there shall be a remembrance of you before the Lord your God, so that you may be rescued from the hands of your enemies.Numbers 10:9

Numbers 11:1Meanwhile, there arose a murmur among the people against the Lord, as if they were grief-stricken because of their labors. And when the Lord had heard it, he was angry. And when the fire of the Lord was enflamed against them, it devoured those who were at the extreme end of the camp.Numbers 11:1

Numbers 11:3And he called the name of that place, ‘The Burning,’ because the fire of the Lord had burned against them.Numbers 11:3

Numbers 11:13From where would I obtain the flesh to give to so great a multitude? They weep against me, saying, ‘Give us flesh, so that we may eat.’Numbers 11:13

Numbers 11:33The flesh was still between their teeth, neither had this kind of food ceased, and behold, the fury of the Lord was provoked against the people, and he struck them with an exceedingly great scourge.Numbers 11:33

Numbers 12:1And Miriam and Aaron spoke against Moses, because of his wife, an Ethiopian,Numbers 12:1

Numbers 12:9And being angry against them, he went away.Numbers 12:9

Numbers 13:30 During these events, Caleb, to restrain the murmuring of the people who rose up against Moses, said, “Let us ascend and possess the land, for we will be able to obtain it.”Numbers 13:30

Numbers 14:2And all the sons of Israel were murmuring against Moses and Aaron, saying:Numbers 14:2

Numbers 14:9Do not choose to be rebellious against the Lord. And do not fear the people of this land, for, like bread, so are we able to devour them. All protection has withdrawn from them. The Lord is with us. Do not be afraid.”Numbers 14:9

Numbers 14:27“How long will this very wicked multitude murmur against me? I have heard the complaints of the sons of Israel.Numbers 14:27

Numbers 14:29In the wilderness, here shall your carcasses lie. All you who were numbered from twenty years and above, and who have murmured against me,Numbers 14:29

Numbers 14:35For just as I have spoken, so shall I do, to this entire most wicked multitude, which has risen up together against me. In the wilderness, here shall it fade away and die.”Numbers 14:35

Numbers 14:36Therefore, all the men, whom Moses had sent to contemplate the land, and who, having returned, had caused the entire multitude to murmur against him, disparaging the land as if it were evil,Numbers 14:36

Numbers 15:30Yet truly, the soul who commits any of these acts through arrogance, whether he is a citizen or a sojourner, because he has rebelled against the Lord, shall perish from among his people.Numbers 15:30

Numbers 16:2rose up against Moses, with two hundred fifty others of the sons of Israel, leading men of the assembly, and who, at the time of a council, would be called by name.Numbers 16:2

Numbers 16:3And when they had stood against Moses and Aaron, they said: “Let it be sufficient for you that the entire multitude is of holy ones, and that the Lord is among them. Why do you elevate yourselves above the people of the Lord?”Numbers 16:3

Numbers 16:8And he said again to Korah: “Listen, sons of Levi.Numbers 16:8

Numbers 16:11and so that your entire group would stand against the Lord? For what is Aaron that you should murmur against him?”Numbers 16:11

Numbers 16:22But they fell prone on their faces, and they said, “O most strong One, the God of the spirits of all flesh, should your anger rage against all, for the sin of one?”Numbers 16:22

Numbers 16:41Then, the following day, the entire multitude of the sons of Israel murmured against Moses and Aaron, saying: “You have put to death the people of the Lord.”Numbers 16:41

Numbers 17:5Whomever of these I will choose, his rod will germinate, and so shall I restrain the complaints of the sons of Israel before me, by which they murmur against you.”Numbers 17:5

Numbers 20:2And when the people were in need of water, they came together against Moses and Aaron.Numbers 20:2

Numbers 20:13This is the Water of Contradiction, where the sons of Israel were quarreling against the Lord, and he was sanctified in them.Numbers 20:13

Numbers 21:1And when king Arad the Canaanite, who was living toward the south, had heard this, namely, that Israel had arrived by the way of spies, he fought against them. And proving to be the victor, he led away prey from them.Numbers 21:1

Numbers 21:5And speaking against God and Moses, they said: “Why did you lead us away from Egypt, so as to die in the wilderness? Bread is lacking; there are no waters. Our soul is now nauseous over this very light food.”Numbers 21:5

Numbers 21:7And so they went to Moses, and they said: “We have sinned, because we have spoken against the Lord and against you. Pray, so that he may take away these serpents from us.” And Moses prayed for the people.Numbers 21:7

Numbers 21:23And he was not willing to allow Israel to cross through his borders. But instead, gathering an army, he went out to meet them in the desert, and he arrived at Jahaz and fought against them.Numbers 21:23

Numbers 21:26Heshbon was the city of Sihon, the king of the Amorites, who fought against the king of Moab. And he took all the land, which had been under his sovereignty, as far as Arnon.Numbers 21:26

Numbers 22:19I beg you to remain for this night also, so that I may know what the Lord will answer me again.”Numbers 22:19

Numbers 22:25And the donkey, seeing this, drew herself close to the wall and scraped the foot of the rider. So he beat her again.Numbers 22:25

Numbers 22:34Balaam said: “I have sinned, not knowing that you stood against me. And now, if it displeases you for me to continue on, I will return.”Numbers 22:34

Numbers 24:10And Balak, being angry against Balaam, clapped his hands together and said: “I called you to curse my enemies, and, to the contrary, you have blessed them three times.Numbers 24:10

Numbers 24:15Therefore, taking up his parable, he again spoke: “Balaam the son of Beor, the man whose eye has been obstructed,Numbers 24:15

Numbers 25:4said to Moses, “Take all the leaders of the people, and hang them on gallows against the sun, so that my fury may be averted from Israel.”Numbers 25:4

Numbers 25:11“Phinehas the son of Eleazar, the son of Aaron the priest, has averted my wrath from the sons of Israel. For he was moved against them by my zeal, so that I myself, in my zeal, might not wipe away the sons of Israel.Numbers 25:11

Numbers 25:18for they, too, have behaved with hostility against you, and they have deceived you insidiously by means of the idol Peor, and by Cozbi, the daughter of a commander of Midian, their sister, who was struck down in the day of the scourge because of the sacrilege of Peor.”Numbers 25:18

Numbers 26:9his sons, Nemuel and Dathan and Abiram. These are Dathan and Abiram, the leaders of the people, who rose up against Moses and Aaron in the sedition at Korah, when they rebelled against the Lord.Numbers 26:9

Numbers 27:3“Our father died in the desert, and was not with the sedition, which was stirred up against the Lord under Korah, but he died in his own sin; he had no male sons. Why is his name taken away from his family, because he had no son? Give us a possession among the kinsmen of our father.”Numbers 27:3

Numbers 31:7And when they had fought against the Midianites and had prevailed, they killed all the men.Numbers 31:7

Numbers 32:13And the Lord, being angry against Israel, led them in a course through the desert for forty years, until the entire generation, which had done evil in his sight, was consumed.Numbers 32:13

Numbers 32:14And behold,” he said, “you have risen up in the place of your fathers, the offshoots and the nurslings of sinful men, in order to augment the fury of the Lord against Israel.Numbers 32:14

Numbers 32:23But if you do not do what you have said, no one could doubt that you will have sinned against God. And know this: your sin shall overtake you.Numbers 32:23

Numbers 33:4And these were burying their firstborn, whom the Lord had struck down (for so, too, did he carry out retribution against their gods).Numbers 33:4

Number of the word / term Again in Numbers: 48

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Deuteronomy

Deuteronomy 1:41And you responded to me: ‘We have sinned against the Lord. We will ascend and fight, just as the Lord our God has instructed.’ And having been equipped with weapons, when you were setting out for the mountain,Deuteronomy 1:41

Deuteronomy 1:44And so, having gone forth, the Amorite, who was living in the mountains, came against you and pursued you, just as a swarm of bees would do. And he struck you down from Seir all the way to Hormah.Deuteronomy 1:44

Deuteronomy 2:5Therefore, take care diligently, lest you be moved against them. For I will not give to you from their land even as much as the step that one foot can tread upon, because I have given Mount Seir to Esau as a possession.Deuteronomy 2:5

Deuteronomy 2:9And the Lord said to me: ‘You should not fight against the Moabites, nor should you go to battle against them. For I will not give to you anything from their land, because I have given Ar to the sons of Lot as a possession.’Deuteronomy 2:9

Deuteronomy 2:15For his hand was against them, so that they would pass away from the midst of the camp.Deuteronomy 2:15

Deuteronomy 2:19And when you have arrived in the vicinity of the sons of Ammon, be careful that you do not fight against them, nor should you be moved to battle. For I will not give to you from the land of the sons of Ammon, because I have given it to the sons of Lot as a possession.’Deuteronomy 2:19

Deuteronomy 2:24‘Rise up and cross the torrent Arnon! Behold, I have delivered Sihon, the king of Heshbon, the Amorite, into your hand, and so, begin to possess his land and to engage in battle against him.Deuteronomy 2:24

Deuteronomy 4:3Your eyes have seen all that the Lord has done against Baal-peor, in what manner he has crushed all of his worshippers from among you.Deuteronomy 4:3

Deuteronomy 4:21And the Lord became angry against me because of your words, and he swore that I would not cross over the Jordan, nor enter into the excellent land, which he will give to you.Deuteronomy 4:21

Deuteronomy 5:20Neither shall you speak false testimony against your neighbor.Deuteronomy 5:20

Deuteronomy 6:15For the Lord your God is a jealous God in your midst. Otherwise, at sometime, the fury of the Lord your God may be enraged against you, and he may take you away from the face of the earth.Deuteronomy 6:15

Deuteronomy 6:22And he wrought signs and wonders, great and very grievous, in Egypt, against Pharaoh and all his house, in our sight.Deuteronomy 6:22

Deuteronomy 7:22He himself will consume these nations in your sight, a little at a time, by degrees. You will not be able to destroy them all at once. Otherwise, the wild beasts of the earth might increase against you.Deuteronomy 7:22

Deuteronomy 9:2a people great and lofty, the sons of the Anakim, whom you yourselves have seen and heard, against whom no one is able to stand.Deuteronomy 9:2

Deuteronomy 9:7Remember, and never forget, how you provoked the Lord your God to anger in the wilderness. You have always contended against the Lord, from the day that you went forth from Egypt, even to this place.Deuteronomy 9:7

Deuteronomy 9:13And again, the Lord said to me: ‘I discern that this people is stiff-necked.Deuteronomy 9:13

Deuteronomy 9:16and I had seen that you had sinned against the Lord your God, and had made a molten calf for yourselves, and had quickly abandoned his way, which he had revealed to you,Deuteronomy 9:16

Deuteronomy 9:18And I fell prostrate before the Lord, just as before, for forty days and nights, not eating bread, and not drinking water, because of all your sins, which you had committed against the Lord, and because you provoked him to anger.Deuteronomy 9:18

Deuteronomy 9:19For I feared his indignation and wrath, which had been stirred up against you, so that he was willing to destroy you. And the Lord heeded me at this time also.Deuteronomy 9:19

Deuteronomy 9:20Likewise, he became vehemently angry against Aaron, and he was willing to destroy him, and I prayed for him similarly.Deuteronomy 9:20

Deuteronomy 11:25No one will stand against you. The Lord your God will spread the terror and dread of you over all the land upon which you shall tread, just as he has spoken to you.Deuteronomy 11:25

Deuteronomy 13:11So may all of Israel, upon hearing this, be afraid, so that nothing like this will ever be done again.Deuteronomy 13:11

Deuteronomy 14:7But those which chew over again, but do not have a divided hoof, you must not eat, such as the camel, the hare, and the hyrax. Since these chew the cud, but do not have a divided the hoof, they shall be unclean to you.Deuteronomy 14:7

Deuteronomy 14:8The pig also, since it has a divided hoof, but does not chew over again, shall be unclean. Their flesh shall not be eaten, and you shall not touch their carcasses.Deuteronomy 14:8

Deuteronomy 15:9Take care, lest perhaps an impious thought might creep within you, and you might say in your heart: ‘The seventh year of remission approaches.’ And so you might turn your eyes away from your poor brother, unwilling to lend to him what he has asked. If so, then he may cry out against you to the Lord, and it will be a sin for you.Deuteronomy 15:9

Deuteronomy 17:6By the mouth of two or three witnesses, he who is to be put to death shall perish. Let no one be killed with only one person speaking testimony against him.Deuteronomy 17:6

Deuteronomy 18:19But against anyone who is not willing to listen to his words, which he will speak in my name, I will stand forth as the avenger.Deuteronomy 18:19

Deuteronomy 19:4This shall be the law of the killer who flees, whose life is to be saved. Whoever strikes down his neighbor unwillingly, and who has been proven to have had no hatred against him yesterday and the day before,Deuteronomy 19:4

Deuteronomy 19:6Otherwise, perhaps the near relative of him whose blood was shed, impelled by his grief, might pursue and apprehend him, unless the way is too long, and he might strike down the life of him who is not guilty unto death, since he had demonstrated that he had no prior hatred against him who was slain.Deuteronomy 19:6

Deuteronomy 19:15One witness shall not stand against another, no matter what the sin or outrage may be. For every word shall stand by the mouth of two or three witnesses.Deuteronomy 19:15

Deuteronomy 19:16If a lying witness will have stood against a man, accusing him of a transgression,Deuteronomy 19:16

Deuteronomy 19:18And when, after a very diligent examination, they will have found that the false witness had told a lie against his brother,Deuteronomy 19:18

Deuteronomy 20:1“If you go out to battle against your enemies, and you see horsem*n and chariots, and that the multitude of your adversary’s army is greater than your own, you shall not fear them. For the Lord your God, who led you away from the land of Egypt, is with you.Deuteronomy 20:1

Deuteronomy 20:3‘Listen, O Israel! Today you engage in a battle against your enemies. Do not let your heart be overwhelmed with fear. Do not be apprehensive. Do not yield. You should have no dread of them.Deuteronomy 20:3

Deuteronomy 20:4For the Lord your God is in your midst, and he will contend against your enemies on your behalf, so that he may rescue you from peril.’Deuteronomy 20:4

Deuteronomy 20:10When, at any time, you approach a city to fight against it, you shall first offer peace to it.Deuteronomy 20:10

Deuteronomy 20:12But if they are not willing to enter into an agreement, and they begin to act against you in warfare, then you shall besiege it.Deuteronomy 20:12

Deuteronomy 20:18Otherwise, they may teach you to do all the abominations which they have committed for their own gods. And then you would sin against the Lord your God.Deuteronomy 20:18

Deuteronomy 20:19When you will have besieged a city for a long time, and you will have encircled it with fortifications, so that you may fight against it, you shall not cut down trees from which one is able to eat, neither shall you cause devastation with axes to the surrounding region. For it is a tree, and not a man. It is not able to increase the number of those who are fighting against you.Deuteronomy 20:19

Deuteronomy 20:20But if there are any trees which are not fruitful, but are wild, and if these are fit for other uses, then cut them down, and make machines, until you have captured the city that is contending against you.”Deuteronomy 20:20

Deuteronomy 21:9Then you will be free from the blood that was shed against the innocent, when you will have done as the Lord has instructed you.Deuteronomy 21:9

Deuteronomy 21:10If you have gone out to fight against your enemies, and the Lord your God has delivered them into your hand, and if, as you are leading away the captives,Deuteronomy 21:10

Deuteronomy 22:19Moreover, they shall fine him one hundred shekels of silver, which he will give to the father of the girl, because he has committed slander, with a very wicked name, against a virgin of Israel. And he shall have her as a wife, and he cannot dismiss her throughout all the days of his life.Deuteronomy 22:19

Deuteronomy 22:26The girl shall suffer nothing, nor is she guilty unto death. For just as a robber rises up against his brother and slays his life, so also did the girl suffer greatly.Deuteronomy 22:26

Deuteronomy 23:4because they were not willing to meet you with bread and water along the way, when you had departed from Egypt, and because they hired against you Balaam, the son of Beor, from Mesopotamia in Syria, in order to curse you.Deuteronomy 23:4

Deuteronomy 23:9When you have gone out to war against your enemies, you shall keep yourself from everything that is evil.Deuteronomy 23:9

Deuteronomy 24:15Instead, you shall pay him the price of his labor on the same day, before the setting of the sun. For he is poor, and with it he sustains his life. Otherwise, he may cry out against you to the Lord, and it would be charged to you as a sin.Deuteronomy 24:15

Deuteronomy 28:7The Lord will grant that your enemies, who rise up against you, will fall down in your sight. They will come against you by one way, and they will flee from your face by seven ways.Deuteronomy 28:7

Deuteronomy 28:25May the Lord hand you over to fall before your enemies. May you go forth against them by one way, and flee by seven ways, and may you be scattered across all the kingdoms of the earth.Deuteronomy 28:25

Deuteronomy 28:68The Lord will lead you back into Egypt with a fleet of ships, along the way, about which he said to you that you would not see it again. In that place, you will be put up for sale as men and women servants to your enemies, but there will be no one willing to buy you.”Deuteronomy 28:68

Deuteronomy 29:20But the Lord would not ignore him. Instead, at that time, his fury and zealousness would be very greatly enflamed against that man, and all the curses which have been written in this volume would settle upon him. And the Lord would abolish his name from under heaven,Deuteronomy 29:20

Deuteronomy 29:27For this reason, the fury of the Lord was enraged against this land, so as to lead over it all the curses which have been written in this volume.Deuteronomy 29:27

Deuteronomy 30:3then the Lord your God will lead you away from your captivity, and he will take pity on you, and he will gather you again from all the nations to which he had dispersed you before.Deuteronomy 30:3

Deuteronomy 31:17And my fury will be enraged against them in that day. And I will abandon them, and I will hide my face from them, and they shall be devoured. Every evil and affliction will find them, so much so that they will say in that day: ‘Truly, it is because God is not with me that these evils have found me.’Deuteronomy 31:17

Deuteronomy 31:26“Take this book, and place it inside the ark of the covenant of the Lord your God, so that it may be there as a testimony against you.Deuteronomy 31:26

Deuteronomy 31:27For I know your contentiousness and your very stiff neck. Even while I am still living and entering with you, you have always acted with contention against the Lord. How much more so when I will be dead?Deuteronomy 31:27

Deuteronomy 31:28Gather to me all those greater by birth throughout your tribes, as well as your teachers, and I will speak these words in their hearing, and I will call heaven and earth as witnesses against them.Deuteronomy 31:28

Deuteronomy 32:5They have sinned against him, and in their filth they are not his sons. They are a depraved and perverse generation.Deuteronomy 32:5

Deuteronomy 32:51For you trespassed against me in the midst of the sons of Israel, at the Waters of Contradiction, in Kadesh, in the desert of Sin. And you did not sanctify me among the sons of Israel.Deuteronomy 32:51

Deuteronomy 33:7This is the blessing of Judah. “Hear, O Lord, the voice of Judah, and lead him to his people. His hands shall fight for him, and he shall be his helper against his adversaries.”Deuteronomy 33:7

Deuteronomy 33:17His excellence is like that of a first-born bull. His horns are like the horns of a rhinoceros; he shall brandish these against the Gentiles, even to the ends of the earth. These are the multitudes of Ephraim, and these the thousands of Manasseh.”Deuteronomy 33:17

Deuteronomy 34:11one with all the signs and wonders, which he sent through him, to perform in the land of Egypt, against Pharaoh, and all his servants, and his entire land,Deuteronomy 34:11

Number of the word / term Again in Deuteronomy: 62

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Joshua

Joshua 3:10And again, he said: “By this shall you know that the Lord, the living God, is in your midst, and that he shall scatter in your sight, the Canaanite and the Hittite, the Hivite and the Perizzite, likewise the Girgash*te, and the Jebusite, and the Amorite.Joshua 3:10

Joshua 7:1But the sons of Israel transgressed the commandment, and they usurped what was anathema. For Achan, the son of Carmi, the son of Zabdi, the son of Zerah, from the tribe of Judah, took something from what was anathema. And the Lord became angry against the sons of Israel.Joshua 7:1

Joshua 7:2And when Joshua sent men from Jericho against Ai, which is beside Bethaven, toward the eastern region of the town of Bethel, he said to them, “Go up and explore the land.” And they fulfilled his instruction, and they explored Ai.Joshua 7:2

Joshua 7:3And returning, they said to him: “Let not the entire people go up. Instead, let two or three thousand men go out and destroy the city. Why should all the people be troubled without cause against enemies that are so very few?”Joshua 7:3

Joshua 7:20And Achan responded to Joshua, and he said to him: “Truly, I have sinned against the Lord, the God of Israel, and I have done one thing and another.Joshua 7:20

Joshua 8:2And you shall do to the city of Ai, and to its king, just as you did to Jericho, and to its king. Yet truly, the spoils, and all the living things, you shall plunder for yourselves. Set an ambush against the city behind it.”Joshua 8:2

Joshua 8:3And Joshua rose up, and the entire army of warriors with him, so that they might ascend against Ai. And he sent thirty thousand elect strong men in the night.Joshua 8:3

Joshua 8:5But I and the remainder of the multitude that is with me will approach from the opposite side of the city. And when they come out against us, we will flee and turn our backs, just as we did before,Joshua 8:5

Joshua 8:20Now the men of the city who were pursuing Joshua, looking back and seeing the smoke of the city rising up even to heaven, were no longer able to flee in one direction or another, especially since those who had pretended to flee, and who were heading toward the wilderness, had turned back very strongly against those who were pursuing them.Joshua 8:20

Joshua 9:2gathered themselves together, so that they might fight against Joshua and Israel, with one mind and with the same resolve.Joshua 9:2

Joshua 9:18And they did not strike them, because the leaders of the multitude had sworn to them in the name of the Lord, the God of Israel. And so all of the common people murmured against the leaders.Joshua 9:18

Joshua 9:20But we shall do this to them: Certainly, let them be preserved so that they may live, lest the wrath of the Lord be stirred up against us, since we would have sworn falsely.Joshua 9:20

Joshua 10:4“Ascend to me, and bring troops, so that we may fight against Gibeon. For it has fled over to Joshua and the sons of Israel.”Joshua 10:4

Joshua 10:6But the inhabitants of the city of Gibeon, when it was besieged, sent to Joshua, who was then staying in the camp at Gilgal. And they said to him: “May you not draw back your hands from helping your servants. Come quickly, and free us, and bring troops. For all the kings of the Amorites, who live in the mountains, have gathered together against us.”Joshua 10:6

Joshua 10:21And the entire army returned to Joshua at Makkedah, where they were then encamped, in good health and in their full numbers. And no one dared to move his tongue against the sons of Israel.Joshua 10:21

Joshua 10:25he spoke to them again: “Do not be afraid, and do not dread. Be strengthened and be steadfast. For so will the Lord do to all your enemies, against whom you fight.”Joshua 10:25

Joshua 10:29Then he went on, with all of Israel, from Makkedah to Libnah, and he fought against it.Joshua 10:29

Joshua 10:36He also ascended, with all of Israel, from Eglon into Hebron, and he fought against it.Joshua 10:36

Joshua 11:5And all these kings assembled at the waters of Merom, so that they might fight against Israel.Joshua 11:5

Joshua 11:7And Joshua, and the entire army with him, came against them suddenly, at the waters of Merom, and they rushed upon them.Joshua 11:7

Joshua 11:18For a long time, Joshua fought against these kings.Joshua 11:18

Joshua 11:20For it was the sentence of the Lord that their hearts would be hardened, and that they would fight against Israel and fall, and that they did not deserve any clemency, and that they should perish, just as the Lord had commanded Moses.Joshua 11:20

Joshua 19:47and there the last part is concluded. And the sons of Dan ascended and fought against Leshem, and they seized it. And they struck it with the mouth of the sword, and they possessed it, and they lived in it, calling it by the name of Leshem-Dan, according to the name of their father Dan.Joshua 19:47

Joshua 21:44 And he gave them peace with all the surrounding nations. And none of their enemies dared to stand against them; instead, they were brought under their sovereignty.Joshua 21:44

Joshua 22:12they all assembled at Shiloh, so that they might go up and battle against them.Joshua 22:12

Joshua 22:18And yet you have forsaken the Lord today, and tomorrow his wrath will rage against all of Israel.Joshua 22:18

Joshua 22:20Did not Achan, the son of Zerah, go against the commandment of the Lord, and so his wrath was laid over all the people of Israel? And he was only one man. If only he had perished in his wickedness alone!”Joshua 22:20

Joshua 22:33And the word pleased all who heard it. And the sons of Israel praised God, and they no longer said that they would go up against them, and fight, and destroy the land of their possession.Joshua 22:33

Joshua 23:16when you will have transgressed the covenant of the Lord your God, which he has formed with you, and will have served strange gods, and will have adored them. And then the fury of the Lord will rise up quickly and speedily against you, and you will be taken away from this excellent land, which he has delivered to you.”Joshua 23:16

Joshua 24:4and I gave to him Isaac. And to him, I gave again Jacob and Esau. And I gave mount Seir to Esau as a possession. Yet truly, Jacob and his sons descended into Egypt.Joshua 24:4

Joshua 24:8And I led you into the land of the Amorite, who was living beyond the Jordan. And when they fought against you, I delivered them into your hands, and you possessed their land, and you put them to death.Joshua 24:8

Joshua 24:9Then Balak, the son of Zippor, the king of Moab, rose up and fought against Israel. And he sent and called for Balaam, the son of Beor, so that he might curse you.Joshua 24:9

Joshua 24:11And you crossed over the Jordan, and you arrived at Jericho. And the men of that city fought against you: the Amorite, and the Perizzite, and the Canaanite, and the Hittite, and the Girgash*te, and the Hivite, and the Jebusite. And I delivered them into your hands.Joshua 24:11

Number of the word / term Again in Joshua: 33

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Judges

Judges 1:1After the death of Joshua, the sons of Israel consulted the Lord, saying, “Who will ascend before us, against the Canaanite, and who will be the commander of the war?”Judges 1:1

Judges 1:3And Judah said to his brother Simeon, “Go up with me to my lot, and fight against the Canaanite, so that I also may go forth with you to your lot.” And Simeon went with him.Judges 1:3

Judges 1:5And they found Adonibezek at Bezek, and they fought against him, and they struck down the Canaanite and the Perizzite.Judges 1:5

Judges 1:9And afterward, descending, they fought against the Canaanites who were living in the mountains, and in the south, and in the plains.Judges 1:9

Judges 1:10And Judah, going forth against the Canaanites who were living at Hebron, (the name of which from antiquity was Kiriath-Arba) struck down Sheshai, and Ahiman, and Talmai.Judges 1:10

Judges 1:22The house of Joseph also ascended against Bethel, and the Lord was with them.Judges 1:22

Judges 2:14And the Lord, having become angry against Israel, delivered them into the hands of plunderers, who seized them and sold them to the enemies that were living on all sides. Neither were they able to withstand their adversaries.Judges 2:14

Judges 2:20And the fury of the Lord was enraged against Israel, and he said: “For this people has made void my covenant, which I had formed with their fathers, and they have despised listening to my voice.Judges 2:20

Judges 3:12Then the sons of Israel resumed doing evil in the sight of the Lord, who strengthened Eglon, the king of Moab, against them because they did evil in his sight.Judges 3:12

Judges 5:15The commanders of Issachar were with Deborah, and they followed the steps of Barak, who endangered himself, like one rushing headlong into a chasm. Reuben was divided against himself. Contention was found among great souls.Judges 5:15

Judges 5:16Why do you live between two borders, so that you hear the bleating of the flocks? Reuben was divided against himself. Contention was found among great souls.Judges 5:16

Judges 5:20The conflict against them was from heaven. The stars, remaining in their order and courses, fought against Sisera.Judges 5:20

Judges 6:7And he cried out to the Lord, requesting assistance against the Midianites.Judges 6:7

Judges 6:31But he responded to them: “Could you be the avengers of Baal, so that you fight on his behalf? Whoever is his adversary, let him die before the light arrives tomorrow; if he is a god, let him vindicate himself against him who has overturned his altar.”Judges 6:31

Judges 6:32From that day, Gideon was called Jerubbaal, because Joash had said, “Let Baal avenge himself against him who has overturned his altar.”Judges 6:32

Judges 6:39And again he said to God: “Let not your fury be enkindled against me, if I test once more, seeking a sign in the fleece. I pray that only the fleece may be dry, and all the ground may be wet with dew.”Judges 6:39

Judges 7:2And the Lord said to Gideon: “The people with you are many, but Midian shall not be delivered into their hands, for then Israel might glory against me, and say, ‘I was freed by my own power.’Judges 7:2

Judges 7:19And Gideon, and the three hundred men who were with him, entered a portion of the camp, at the beginning of the watch in the middle of the night. And when the guards were alerted, they began to sound the trumpets and to clap the pitchers against one another.Judges 7:19

Judges 8:1And the men of Ephraim said to him, “What is this, that you wanted to do, so that you would not call us when you went to fight against Midian?” And they rebuked him strongly, and came close to using violence.Judges 8:1

Judges 8:3The Lord has delivered into your hands the leaders of Midian, Oreb and Zeeb. What could I have done that would be so great as what you have done?” And when he had said this, their spirit, which was swelling up against him, was quieted.Judges 8:3

Judges 8:21And Zebah and Zalmunna said: “You should rise up and rush against us. For the strength of a man is in accord with his age.” Gideon rose up, and he killed Zebah and Zalmunna. And he took the ornaments and studs, with which the necks of the royal camels are usually adorned.Judges 8:21

Judges 9:18though you now have risen up against my father’s house, and have killed his sons, seventy men, upon one stone, and have appointed Abimelech, the son of his handmaid, as a king over the inhabitants of Shechem, since he is your brother,Judges 9:18

Judges 9:25And they stationed an ambush against him at the summit of the mountains. And while they were waiting for his arrival, they committed robberies, taking spoils from those passing by. And this was reported to Abimelech.Judges 9:25

Judges 9:31And he sent messengers secretly to Abimelech, saying: “Behold, Gaal, the son of Ebed, has arrived at Shechem with his brothers, and he has set the city against you.Judges 9:31

Judges 9:33And at first light in the morning, as the sun is rising, rush upon the city. And when he goes out against you, with his people, do to him what you are able to do.”Judges 9:33

Judges 9:38And Zebul said to him: “Where is your mouth now, with which you said, ‘Who is Abimelech that we should serve him?’ Is this not the people that you were despising? Go out and fight against him.”Judges 9:38

Judges 9:39Therefore, Gaal went out, with the people of Shechem watching, and he fought against Abimelech,Judges 9:39

Judges 9:56And so did God repay the evil that Abimelech had done against his father by killing his seventy brothers.Judges 9:56

Judges 10:7And the Lord, becoming angry against them, delivered them into the hands of the Philistines and the sons of Ammon.Judges 10:7

Judges 10:10And crying out to the Lord, they said: “We have sinned against you. For we have forsaken the Lord our God, and we have served the Baals.”Judges 10:10

Judges 10:17And then the sons of Ammon, shouting out together, pitched their tents in Gilead. And the sons of Israel gathered together against them, and they made camp at Mizpah.Judges 10:17

Judges 10:18And the leaders of Gilead said to one another, “Whoever among us will be the first to begin to contend against the sons of Ammon, he shall be the leader of the people of Gilead.”Judges 10:18

Judges 11:4In those days, the sons of Ammon fought against Israel.Judges 11:4

Judges 11:6And they said to him, “Come and be our leader, and fight against the sons of Ammon.”Judges 11:6

Judges 11:8And the leaders of Gilead said to Jephthah, “But it is due to this necessity that we have approached you now, so that you may set out with us, and fight against the sons of Ammon, and be commander over all who live in Gilead.”Judges 11:8

Judges 11:9Jephthah also said to them: “If you have come to me so that I may fight for you against the sons of Ammon, and if the Lord will deliver them into my hands, will I truly be your leader?”Judges 11:9

Judges 11:12And he sent messengers to the king of the sons of Ammon, who said on his behalf, “What is there between you and me, that you would approach against me, so that you might lay waste to my land?”Judges 11:12

Judges 11:14And Jephthah again commissioned them, and he ordered them to say to the king of Ammon:Judges 11:14

Judges 11:20But he, too, despising the words of Israel, would not permit him to cross through his borders. Instead, gathering an innumerable multitude, he went out against him at Jahaz, and he resisted strongly.Judges 11:20

Judges 11:23Therefore, it was the Lord, the God of Israel, who overthrew the Amorites, by means of his people Israel fighting against them. And now you wish to possess his land?Judges 11:23

Judges 11:25Or are you, perhaps, better than Balak, the son of Zippor, the king of Moab? Or are you able to explain what his argument was against Israel, and why he fought against him?Judges 11:25

Judges 11:27Therefore, I am not sinning against you, but you are doing evil against me, by declaring an unjust war against me. May the Lord be the Judge and the Arbiter this day, between Israel and the sons of Ammon.”Judges 11:27

Judges 11:32And Jephthah crossed to the sons of Ammon, so that he might fight against them. And the Lord delivered them into his hands.Judges 11:32

Judges 11:36And she answered him, “My father, if you have opened your mouth to the Lord, do to me whatever you have promised, since victory has been granted to you, as well as vengeance against your enemies.”Judges 11:36

Judges 12:1And behold, a sedition rose up in Ephraim. Then, while passing by toward the north, they said to Jephthah: “When you were going to fight against the sons of Ammon, why were you unwilling to summon us, so that we might go with you? Therefore, we will burn down your house.”Judges 12:1

Judges 12:2And he answered them: “I and my people were in a great conflict against the sons of Ammon. And I called you, so that you might offer assistance to me. And you were not willing to do so.Judges 12:2

Judges 12:3And discerning this, I put my life in my own hands, and I crossed to the sons of Ammon, and the Lord delivered them into my hands. What am I guilty of, that you would rise up in battle against me?”Judges 12:3

Judges 12:4And so, calling to himself all the men of Gilead, he fought against Ephraim. And the men of Gilead struck down Ephraim, because he had said, “Gilead is a fugitive from Ephraim, and he lives in the midst of Ephraim and Manasseh.”Judges 12:4

Judges 13:1And again, the sons of Israel did evil in the sight of the Lord. And he delivered them into the hands of the Philistines for forty years.Judges 13:1

Judges 13:8And so Manoah prayed to the Lord, and he said, “I beg you Lord, that the man of God, whom you sent, may come again, and may teach us what we ought to do about the boy who is to be born.”Judges 13:8

Judges 13:9And the Lord heeded the prayer of Manoah, and the Angel of the Lord appeared again to his wife, sitting in a field. But her husband Manoah was not with her. And when she had seen the Angel,Judges 13:9

Judges 14:4Now his parents did not know that the matter was done by the Lord, and that he sought an occasion against the Philistines. For at that time, the Philistines had dominion over Israel.Judges 14:4

Judges 15:3And Samson answered him: “From this day, there shall be no guilt for me against the Philistines. For I will do harm to you all.”Judges 15:3

Judges 15:7And Samson said to them, “Even though you have done this, I will still fulfill vengeance against you, and then I will be quieted.”Judges 15:7

Judges 15:10And some from the tribe of Judah said to them, “Why have you ascended against us?” And they responded, “We have come to bind Samson, and to repay him for what he has done to us.”Judges 15:10

Judges 16:13And Delilah spoke to him again: “How long will you deceive me and tell me falsehoods? Reveal with what you ought to be bound.” And Samson responded to her, “If you weave the seven locks of my head with a loom, and if you tie these around a spike and fix it to the ground, I will be weak.”Judges 16:13

Judges 16:26And he said to the boy who was guiding his steps, “Permit me to touch the pillars, which support the entire house, and to lean against them, so that I may rest a little.”Judges 16:26

Judges 16:28Then, calling upon the Lord, he said, “O Lord God remember me, and restore to me now my former strength, O my God, so that I may avenge myself against my enemies, and so that I may receive one vengeance for the deprivation of my two eyes.”Judges 16:28

Judges 18:28For no one at all sent reinforcements, because they lived far away from Sidon, and they had no association or business with any man. Now the city was situated in the region of Rehob. And building it up again, they lived in it,Judges 18:28

Judges 19:8But when morning came, the Levite was preparing for his journey. And his father-in-law said to him again, “I beg you to take a little food, and to be strengthened, until the daylight increases, and after that, you shall set out.” Therefore, they ate together.Judges 19:8

Judges 19:9And the young man got up, so that he might travel with his wife and servant. And his father-in-law spoke to him again: “Consider that the daylight is declining, and it approaches toward evening. Remain with me also today, and spend the day in gladness. And tomorrow you shall set out, so that you may go to your own house.”Judges 19:9

Judges 19:24I have a virgin daughter, and this man has a mate. I will lead them out to you, so that you may debase them and may satisfy your lust. Only, I beg you, do not commit this crime against nature on the man.”Judges 19:24

Judges 20:9But this we shall do in common against Gibeah:Judges 20:9

Judges 20:10We shall select ten men out of one hundred from all the tribes of Israel, and one hundred out of one thousand, and one thousand out of ten thousand, so that they may transport supplies for the army, and so that we will be able to fight against Gibeah of Benjamin, and to repay it for its crime as it deserves.”Judges 20:10

Judges 20:11And all of Israel convened against the city, like one man, with one mind and one counsel.Judges 20:11

Judges 20:14Instead, out of all the cities that were their lot, they convened at Gibeah, so that they might bring them assistance, and so that they might contend against the entire people of Israel.Judges 20:14

Judges 20:18And they rose up and went to the house of God, that is, to Shiloh. And they consulted God, and they said, “Who shall be, in our army, the first to contend against the sons of Benjamin?” And the Lord responded to them, “Let Judah be your leader.”Judges 20:18

Judges 20:20And setting out from there to fight against Benjamin, they began to assault the city.Judges 20:20

Judges 20:23But first they also went up and wept before the Lord, even until night. And they consulted him and said, “Should I continue to go forth, so as to contend against the sons of Benjamin, my brothers, or not?” And he responded to them, “Ascend against them, and undertake the struggle.”Judges 20:23

Judges 20:24And when the sons of Israel had continued to do battle against the sons of Benjamin on the next day,Judges 20:24

Judges 20:25the sons of Benjamin burst forth from the gates of Gibeah. And meeting them, they made such a frenzied slaughter against them that they struck down eighteen thousand men who drew the sword.Judges 20:25

Judges 20:28And Phinehas, the son of Eleazar, the son of Aaron, was the first ruler of the house. And so, they consulted the Lord, and they said, “Should we continue to go forth in battle against the sons of Benjamin, our brothers, or should we cease?” And the Lord said to them: “Ascend. For tomorrow, I will deliver them into your hands.”Judges 20:28

Judges 20:30And they brought out their army against Benjamin a third time, just as they had done on the first and second times.Judges 20:30

Judges 20:31But the sons of Benjamin again burst forth boldly from the city. And since their enemies were fleeing, they pursued them a long way, so that they might wound or kill some of them, just as they had done on the first and second days. And they turned their backs along two paths, one bringing them toward Bethel, and the other toward Gibeah. And they struck down about thirty men.Judges 20:31

Judges 20:34and to advance upon the western part of the city. Moreover, another ten thousand men from all of Israel were provoking a conflict with the inhabitants of the city. And the war grew heavy against the sons of Benjamin. And they did not realize that, on all sides of them, death was imminent.Judges 20:34

Judges 21:22And when their fathers and brothers arrive, and they begin to complain against you and to argue, we will say to them: ‘Take pity on them. For they have not seized them by right of war or conquest. Instead, begging to receive them, you did not give them, and so the sin was on your part.’ ”Judges 21:22

Number of the word / term Again in Judges: 76

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Ruth

Ruth 1:13if you were willing to wait until they were grown and had completed the years of adolescence, you would be elderly before you could marry. Do not do so, I beg you, my daughters. For your difficulties weigh upon me greatly, and the hand of the Lord has been set against me.”Ruth 1:13

Ruth 1:14In response, they lifted up their voice and began to weep again. Orpah kissed her mother-in-law, and then turned back. Ruth clung to her mother-in-law.Ruth 1:14

Ruth 1:16She answered, “Do not be against me, as if I would abandon you and go away; for wherever you will go, I will go, and where you will stay, I also will stay with you. Your people are my people, and your God is my God.Ruth 1:16

Ruth 2:20Naomi answered her, “May he be blessed by the Lord, because the same kindness which he provided for the living, he also kept for the dead.” And again she said: “This man is our near relative.”Ruth 2:20

Ruth 3:15And again he said, “Spread your mantle that covers you, and hold it with both hands.” As she extended it and held it, he measured six measures of barley and placed it upon her. Carrying it, she went into the city.Ruth 3:15

Number of the word / term Again in Ruth: 5

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book 1 Samuel

1 Samuel 2:6The Lord brings death, and he gives life. He leads away to death, and he brings back again.1 Samuel 2:6

1 Samuel 2:25If a man has sinned against a man, God may be able to be appeased over him. But if a man has sinned against the Lord, who will pray for him?” But they did not listen to the voice of their father, that the Lord was willing to kill them.1 Samuel 2:25

1 Samuel 3:6And again, the Lord continued to call to Samuel. And rising up, Samuel went to Eli, and he said: “Here I am. For you called me.” And he responded: “I did not call you, my son. Return and sleep.”1 Samuel 3:6

1 Samuel 3:12In that day, I will raise up against Eli all the things that I have spoken over his house. I will begin, and I will finish.1 Samuel 3:12

1 Samuel 4:2and they positioned their troops against Israel. Then, when the conflict began, Israel turned his back to the Philistines. And they were cut down in that conflict, in various places in the fields, about four thousand men.1 Samuel 4:2

1 Samuel 5:3And when the Ashdodites had risen up at first light on the next day, behold, Dagon was lying prone on the ground before the ark of the Lord. And they took Dagon, and they set him again in his place.1 Samuel 5:3

1 Samuel 5:4And again, on the next day, rising up in the morning, they found Dagon lying on his face upon the ground, before the ark of the Lord. But the head of Dagon, and both palms of his hands had been cut off upon the threshold.1 Samuel 5:4

1 Samuel 7:6And they convened at Mizpah. And they drew water, and they poured it out in the sight of the Lord. And on that day they fasted, and in that place they said, “We have sinned against the Lord.” And Samuel judged the sons of Israel at Mizpah.1 Samuel 7:6

1 Samuel 7:7And the Philistines heard that the sons of Israel had gathered together at Mizpah. And the princes of the Philistines ascended against Israel. And when the sons of Israel had heard this, they were afraid before the face of the Philistines.1 Samuel 7:7

1 Samuel 7:10Then it happened that, while Samuel was offering the holocaust, the Philistines began the battle against Israel. But the Lord thundered with a great crash, on that day, over the Philistines, and he terrified them, and they were cut down before the face of Israel.1 Samuel 7:10

1 Samuel 9:8The servant again responded to Saul, and he said: “Behold, there is found in my hand a coin of the fourth part of a stater. Let us give it to the man of God, so that he may reveal to us our way.”1 Samuel 9:8

1 Samuel 11:1And, about a month afterward, it happened that Nahash the Ammonite ascended and began to fight against Jabesh Gilead. And all the men of Jabesh said to Nahash, “Consider a pact with us, and we will serve you.”1 Samuel 11:1

1 Samuel 11:2And Nahash the Ammonite responded to them, “With this will I strike a pact with you: if I may pluck out all your right eyes, and set you as a disgrace against all of Israel.”1 Samuel 11:2

1 Samuel 12:5And he said to them, “The Lord is a witness against you, and his Christ is a witness this day, that you have not found anything in my hand.” And they said, “He is the witness.”1 Samuel 12:5

1 Samuel 12:7Now therefore, stand, so that I may contend in judgment against you before the Lord, about all the mercies of the Lord, which he has given to you and to your fathers:1 Samuel 12:7

1 Samuel 12:9But they forgot the Lord their God, and so he delivered them into the hand of Sisera, master of the army of Hazor, and into the hand of the Philistines, and into the hand of the king of Moab. And they fought against them.1 Samuel 12:9

1 Samuel 12:12Then, seeing that Nahash, the king of the sons of Ammon, had arrived against you, you said to me, ‘By no means! Instead, a king shall reign over us,’ even though the Lord your God was reigning over you.1 Samuel 12:12

1 Samuel 12:23So then, far be it from me, this sin against the Lord, that I would cease to pray for you. And so, I will teach you the good and upright way.1 Samuel 12:23

1 Samuel 13:4And all of Israel heard this report, that Saul had struck the garrison of the Philistines. And Israel raised himself up against the Philistines. Then the people cried out to Saul at Gilgal.1 Samuel 13:4

1 Samuel 13:5And the Philistines gathered to do battle against Israel, thirty thousand chariots, and six thousand horsem*n, and the remainder of the common people, who were very many, like the sand that is on the shore of the sea. And ascending, they encamped at Michmash, toward the east of Bethaven.1 Samuel 13:5

1 Samuel 13:15Then Samuel rose up and ascended from Gilgal to Gibeah of Benjamin. And the remainder of the people ascended after Saul, to meet the people who were fighting against them, going from Gilgal into Gibeah, to the hill of Benjamin. And Saul took a census of the people, who had been found to be with him, about six hundred men.1 Samuel 13:15

1 Samuel 14:20Then Saul, and all the people who were with him, cried out together, and they went to the place of the conflict. And behold, each one’s sword had been turned against his neighbor, and there was a very great slaughter.1 Samuel 14:20

1 Samuel 14:33Then they reported to Saul, saying that the people had sinned against the Lord, eating with blood. And he said: “You have transgressed. Roll a great stone to me, here and now.”1 Samuel 14:33

1 Samuel 14:34And Saul said: “Disperse yourselves among the common people, and tell each one of them to bring to me his ox and his ram, and to slay them upon this stone, and to eat, so that you will not sin against the Lord, in eating with blood.” And so, each one, out of all the people, brought his ox, by his own hand, throughout the night. And they slew them there.1 Samuel 14:34

1 Samuel 14:47And Saul, his kingdom having been confirmed over Israel, was fighting against all his enemies on all sides: against Moab, and the sons of Ammon, and Edom, and the kings of Zobah, and the Philistines. And wherever he turned himself, he was successful.1 Samuel 14:47

1 Samuel 14:52Now there was a powerful war against the Philistines during all the days of Saul. And so, whomever Saul had seen to be a strong man, and fit for battle, he joined him to himself.1 Samuel 14:52

1 Samuel 15:2‘Thus says the Lord of hosts: I have taken account of all that Amalek has done to Israel, how he stood against him in the way, when he ascended from Egypt.1 Samuel 15:2

1 Samuel 15:18And the Lord sent you on the way, and he said: ‘Go and put to death the sinners of Amalek. And you shall fight against them, even unto utter annihilation.’1 Samuel 15:18

1 Samuel 15:31Therefore, Samuel turned again after Saul. And Saul adored the Lord.1 Samuel 15:31

1 Samuel 17:2But Saul and the sons of Israel, having gathered together, went to the Valley of Terebinth. And they positioned the army so as to fight against the Philistines.1 Samuel 17:2

1 Samuel 17:10And the Philistine was saying: “I have reproached the troops of Israel today. Present a man to me, and let him undertake a fight against me alone.”1 Samuel 17:10

1 Samuel 17:19But they were in the valley of Terebinth, with Saul and all the sons of Israel, fighting against the Philistines.1 Samuel 17:19

1 Samuel 17:21For Israel had positioned their troops, but the Philistines also had prepared themselves against them.1 Samuel 17:21

1 Samuel 17:28Now when Eliab, his eldest brother, had heard this, as he was speaking with the others, he became angry against David, and he said: “Why did you come here? And why did you leave behind those few sheep in the wilderness? I know your pride and the wickedness of your heart, that you have come down so that you might see the battle.”1 Samuel 17:28

1 Samuel 17:29And David said: “What have I done? Is there any word against me?”1 Samuel 17:29

1 Samuel 17:32When he had been led to Saul, he said to him: “Let no one lose heart over him. I, your servant, shall go and fight against the Philistine.”1 Samuel 17:32

1 Samuel 17:33And Saul said to David: “You are not able to withstand this Philistine, nor to fight against him. For you are a boy, but he has been a warrior from his boyhood.”1 Samuel 17:33

1 Samuel 17:35And I pursued after them, and I struck them, and I rescued from their mouth. And they rose up against me. And I caught them by the throat, and I strangled and killed them.1 Samuel 17:35

1 Samuel 17:40And he took up his staff, which he held always in his hands. And he chose for himself five very smooth stones from the torrent. And he put them into the shepherd’s bag that he had with him. And he took up a sling in his hand. And he went out against the Philistine.1 Samuel 17:40

1 Samuel 17:41And the Philistine, advancing, went and drew near against David. And his armor bearer was before him.1 Samuel 17:41

1 Samuel 17:43And the Philistine said to David, “Am I a dog, that you approach against me with a staff?” And the Philistine cursed David by his gods.1 Samuel 17:43

1 Samuel 17:48Then, when the Philistine had risen up, and was approaching, and was drawing near against David, David hurried and ran to the fight against the Philistine.1 Samuel 17:48

1 Samuel 17:50And David prevailed against the Philistine with a sling and a stone. And he struck and killed the Philistine. But since David held no sword in his hand,1 Samuel 17:50

1 Samuel 17:55Now at the time that Saul had seen David going out against the Philistines, he said to Abner, the leader of the military, “From what stock is this youth descended, Abner?” And Abner said, “As your soul lives, O king, I do not know.”1 Samuel 17:55

1 Samuel 19:4Then Jonathan spoke good things about David to his father Saul. And he said to him: “You should not sin, O king, against your servant David. For he has not sinned against you, and his works toward you are very good.1 Samuel 19:4

1 Samuel 19:5And he took his life in his own hand, and struck down the Philistine. And the Lord wrought a great salvation for all of Israel. You saw it, and you rejoiced. Why then would you sin against innocent blood by killing David, who is without guilt?”1 Samuel 19:5

1 Samuel 19:8Then the war was stirred up again. And David went out and fought against the Philistines. And he struck them down with a great slaughter. And they fled from his face.1 Samuel 19:8

1 Samuel 19:15And again, Saul sent messengers to see David, saying, “Bring him to me on the bed, so that he may be killed.”1 Samuel 19:15

1 Samuel 19:21And when this was reported to Saul, he sent other messengers. But they also prophesied. And again, Saul sent messengers a third time. And they also prophesied. And Saul, being exceedingly angry,1 Samuel 19:21

1 Samuel 20:1Then David fled from Naioth, which is in Ramah, and he went and said before Jonathan: “What have I done? What is my iniquity, or what is my sin, against your father, so that he would seek my life?”1 Samuel 20:1

1 Samuel 20:3And he swore again to David. And David said: “Your father certainly knows that I have found favor in your sight, and so he will say, ‘Let Jonathan not know this, lest he be saddened.’ So truly, as the Lord lives, and as your soul lives, there is only one step (if I may say it) separating me from death.”1 Samuel 20:3

1 Samuel 20:9And Jonathan said: “May this be far from you. For certainly, if I ever realized that any wickedness was determined by my father against you, I would not be able to do anything other than report it to you.”1 Samuel 20:9

1 Samuel 20:13may the Lord do these things to Jonathan, and may he add these other things. But if my father will have persevered in malice against you, I will reveal it to your ear, and I will send you away, so that you may go in peace, and so that the Lord may be with you, just as he was with my father.1 Samuel 20:13

1 Samuel 20:27And when the second day after the new moon had begun to dawn, David’s place again appeared empty. And Saul said to Jonathan, his son, “Why has the son of Jesse not arrived to eat, neither yesterday, nor today?”1 Samuel 20:27

1 Samuel 20:30Then Saul, becoming angry against Jonathan, said to him: “You son of a woman wantonly seizing a man! Could I be ignorant that you love the son of Jesse, to your own shame, and to the shame of your disgraceful mother?1 Samuel 20:30

1 Samuel 20:38And Jonathan cried out again, from behind the back of the boy, saying, “Go quickly! Do not stand still!” Then Jonathan’s boy collected the arrows, and he brought them to his lord.1 Samuel 20:38

1 Samuel 21:13And he altered his mouth before them, and he slipped down between their hands. And he stumbled against the doors of the gate. And his spit flowed down his beard.1 Samuel 21:13

1 Samuel 22:8so that you would all conspire against me, and so that there is no one to inform me, especially when even my son has formed a pact with the son of Jesse? There is no one among you who grieves for my situation, or who would report to me. For my son has raised up my servant against me, seeking to betray me, even to this day.”1 Samuel 22:8

1 Samuel 22:13And Saul said to him: “Why have you conspired against me, you and the son of Jesse? For you gave him bread and a sword, and you consulted the Lord for him, so that he might rise up against me, continuing as a traitor even to this day.”1 Samuel 22:13

1 Samuel 22:15Did I begin to consult the Lord for him today? May this be far from me! Let not the king suspect this kind of thing against his servant, nor against anyone in all my father’s house. For your servant did not know anything about this matter, either small or great.”1 Samuel 22:15

1 Samuel 22:17And the king said to the emissaries who were standing around him: “You shall turn, and put to death the priests of the Lord. For their hand is with David. They knew that he had fled, and they did not reveal it to me.” But the servants of the king were not willing to extend their hands against the priests of the Lord.1 Samuel 22:17

1 Samuel 22:18And the king said to Doeg, “You shall turn and rush against the priests.” And Doeg, the Edomite, turned and rushed against the priests. And he massacred, on that day, eighty-five men, vested with the linen ephod.1 Samuel 22:18

1 Samuel 23:1And they reported to David, saying, “Behold, the Philistines are fighting against Keilah, and they are plundering the grain stores.”1 Samuel 23:1

1 Samuel 23:3And the men who were with David said to him, “Behold, we continue in fear here in Judea; how much more so, if we go into Keilah against the troops of the Philistines?”1 Samuel 23:3

1 Samuel 23:4Therefore, David consulted the Lord again. And responding, he said to him: “Rise up, and go into Keilah. For I will deliver the Philistines into your hand.”1 Samuel 23:4

1 Samuel 23:5Therefore, David and his men went into Keilah. And they fought against the Philistines, and they took away their cattle, and they struck them with a great slaughter. And David saved the inhabitants of Keilah.1 Samuel 23:5

1 Samuel 23:8And Saul instructed all the people to descend in order to fight against Keilah, and to besiege David and his men.1 Samuel 23:8

1 Samuel 23:9And when David had realized that Saul had secretly prepared evil against him, he said to Abiathar, the priest, “Bring the ephod.”1 Samuel 23:9

1 Samuel 23:22Therefore, I beg you, go forth, and prepare diligently, and act carefully. And consider the place where his foot may be, and who may have seen him there. For he thinks, concerning me, that I craftily plan treachery against him.1 Samuel 23:22

1 Samuel 24:7 And David restrained his men with his words, and he would not permit them to rise up against Saul. And so Saul, going out of the cave, continued to undertake his journey.1 Samuel 24:7

1 Samuel 24:9 And he said to Saul: “Why do you listen to the words of men who say: ‘David seeks evil against you?’1 Samuel 24:9

1 Samuel 24:10 Behold, this day your eyes have seen that the Lord has delivered you into my hand, in the cave. And I thought that I might kill you. But my eye has spared you. For I said: I will not extend my hand against my lord, for he is the Christ of the Lord.1 Samuel 24:10

1 Samuel 24:11 Moreover, see and know, O my father, the edge of your cloak in my hand. For though I cut off the top of your cloak, I was not willing to extend my hand against you. Turn your soul and see that there is no evil in my hand, nor any iniquity or sin against you. Yet you lie in wait for my life, so that you may take it away.1 Samuel 24:11

1 Samuel 24:12 May the Lord judge between me and you. And may the Lord vindicate me from you. But my hand will not be against you.1 Samuel 24:12

1 Samuel 25:17For this reason, consider and realize what you should do. For evil has been decided against your husband and against your house. And he is a son of Belial, so that no one is able to speak to him.”1 Samuel 25:17

1 Samuel 25:22May God do these things, by the enemies of David, and may he add these other things, if I leave behind until morning, out of all that belongs to him, anything that urinates against a wall.”1 Samuel 25:22

1 Samuel 25:34But instead, as the Lord God of Israel lives, he has prevented me from doing evil to you. But if you had not come quickly to meet me, there would not have been left to Nabal by the morning light, anything that urinates against a wall.”1 Samuel 25:34

1 Samuel 26:9And David said to Abishai: “You shall not kill him. For who may extend his hand against the Christ of the Lord, and yet be innocent?”1 Samuel 26:9

1 Samuel 26:11may the Lord be gracious to me, so that I may not extend my hand against the Christ of the Lord. Now therefore, take the spear that is at his head, and the cup of water, and let us go.”1 Samuel 26:11

1 Samuel 26:19Now therefore, listen, I beg you, my lord the king, to the words of your servant. If the Lord has stirred you up against me, let him make the sacrifice fragrant. But if the sons of men have done so, they are accursed in the sight of the Lord, who has cast me out this day, so that I would not live within the inheritance of the Lord, saying, ‘Go, serve strange gods.’1 Samuel 26:19

1 Samuel 26:21And Saul said: “I have sinned. Return, my son David. For I will never again do evil to you, because my life has been precious in your eyes this day. For it is apparent that I have acted senselessly, and have been ignorant of very many things.”1 Samuel 26:21

1 Samuel 26:23And the Lord will repay each one according to his justice and faith. For the Lord has delivered you this day into my hand, but I was not willing to extend my hand against the Christ of the Lord.1 Samuel 26:23

1 Samuel 27:10Then Achish said to him, “Whom did you go out against today?” And David responded, “Against the south of Judah, and against the south of Jerahmeel, and against the south of Keni.”1 Samuel 27:10

1 Samuel 27:11Neither man nor woman was left alive by David. Neither did he lead back any of them to Gath, saying, “Lest perhaps they may speak against us.” David did these things. And this was his decision during all the days that he lived in the region of the Philistines.1 Samuel 27:11

1 Samuel 27:12Therefore, Achish trusted David, saying: “He has worked much harm against his people Israel. And so, he will be a servant to me forever.”1 Samuel 27:12

1 Samuel 28:1Now it happened that, in those days, the Philistines gathered together their troops, so that they might be prepared for war against Israel. And Achish said to David, “I know now, certainly, that you will go out with me to war, you and your men.”1 Samuel 28:1

1 Samuel 28:15Then Samuel said to Saul, “Why have you disquieted me, so that I would be raised up?” And Saul said: “I am greatly distressed. For the Philistines fight against me, and God has withdrawn from me, and he is not willing to heed me, neither by the hand of prophets, nor by dreams. Therefore, I have summoned you, so that you would reveal to me what I should do.”1 Samuel 28:15

1 Samuel 29:4Then the leaders of the Philistines became angry against him, and they said to him: “Let this man return, and let him settle in his place, which you appointed for him. But let him not descend with us to battle, lest he become an adversary to us when we begin to fight. For in what other way will he be able to please his lord, except with our heads?1 Samuel 29:4

1 Samuel 29:8And David said to Achish, “But what have I done, or what have you found in me, your servant, from the day that I was in your sight to this day, so that I may not go out and fight against the enemies of my lord, the king?”1 Samuel 29:8

1 Samuel 30:1And when David and his men had arrived at Ziklag on the third day, the Amalekites had made an attack on the south side against Ziklag. And they had struck Ziklag, and burned it with fire.1 Samuel 30:1

1 Samuel 30:14For indeed, we broke forth to the southern side of Cherethi, and against Judah, and to the south of Caleb, and we burned Ziklag with fire.”1 Samuel 30:14

1 Samuel 31:1Now the Philistines were fighting against Israel. And the men of Israel fled before the face of the Philistines, and they fell down slain on mount Gilboa.1 Samuel 31:1

1 Samuel 31:3And the entire weight of the battle was turned against Saul. And the men who were archers pursued him. And he was severely wounded by the archers.1 Samuel 31:3

Number of the word / term Again in 1 Samuel: 93

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book 2 Samuel

2 Samuel 1:15And calling one of his servants, David said, “Draw near and rush against him” And he struck him, and he died.2 Samuel 1:15

2 Samuel 1:16And David said to him: “Your blood is upon your own head. For your own mouth has spoken against you, saying: ‘I have killed the Christ of the Lord.’ ”2 Samuel 1:16

2 Samuel 2:22And again, Abner said to Asahel: “Withdraw, and do not choose to follow me. Otherwise, I will be compelled to stab you to the ground, and I will not be able to lift up my face before your brother, Joab.”2 Samuel 2:22

2 Samuel 3:8“Why did you enter to the concubine of my father?” But he, being exceedingly angry at the words of Ishbosheth, said: “Am I the head of a dog against Judah this day? I have shown mercy to the house of Saul, your father, and to his brothers and friends. And I have not delivered you into the hands of David. And yet today you have sought me, so that you might rebuke me over a woman?2 Samuel 3:8

2 Samuel 5:23Then David consulted the Lord, “Shall I ascend against the Philistines, and will you deliver them into my hands?” And he responded: “You shall not ascend against them; instead, circle behind their back. And you shall come to them from the side opposite the balsam trees.2 Samuel 5:23

2 Samuel 6:1Then David again gathered together all the elect men of Israel, thirty thousand.2 Samuel 6:1

2 Samuel 6:7And the indignation of the Lord was enraged against Uzzah. And he struck him for his temerity. And there he died, beside the ark of God.2 Samuel 6:7

2 Samuel 8:10And so, Toi sent his son Joram to king David, so that he might greet him with congratulations, and give thanks, because he had fought against Hadadezer and had struck him down. For indeed, Toi was the enemy of Hadadezer. And in his hand were vessels of gold, and vessels of silver, and vessels of brass.2 Samuel 8:10

2 Samuel 10:9And so, seeing that the battle had been prepared against him, both facing him and behind, Joab chose some from all of the elect men of Israel, and he set up a battle line opposite the Syrians.2 Samuel 10:9

2 Samuel 10:10But the remaining part of the people he delivered to his brother Abishai, who formed a battle line against the sons of Ammon.2 Samuel 10:10

2 Samuel 10:11And Joab said: “If the Syrians prevail against me, then you shall assist me. But if the sons of Ammon prevail against you, then I will assist you.2 Samuel 10:11

2 Samuel 10:13And so, Joab, and the people who were with him, undertook the conflict against the Syrians, who immediately fled before their face.2 Samuel 10:13

2 Samuel 10:17And when this had been reported to David, he drew together all of Israel. And he crossed over the Jordan, and he went to Helam. And the Syrians formed a battle line opposite David, and they fought against him.2 Samuel 10:17

2 Samuel 11:17And the men, departing from the city, made war against Joab. And some of the people among the servants of David fell, and Uriah the Hittite also died.2 Samuel 11:17

2 Samuel 11:23And the messenger said to David: “The men prevailed against us, and they went out to us in the field. Then we pursued them, making an assault, even to the gate of the city.2 Samuel 11:23

2 Samuel 11:25And David said to the messenger: “You shall say these things to Joab: ‘Do not let this matter dishearten you. For varied are the events of war. Now this one, and now that one, is consumed by the sword. Encourage your warriors against the city and exhort them, so that you may destroy it.’ ”2 Samuel 11:25

2 Samuel 12:5Then David’s indignation was enraged exceedingly against that man, and he said to Nathan: “As the Lord lives, the man who has done this is a son of death.2 Samuel 12:5

2 Samuel 12:13And David said to Nathan, “I have sinned against the Lord.” And Nathan said to David: “The Lord has also taken away your sin. You shall not die.2 Samuel 12:13

2 Samuel 12:26And then Joab fought against Rabbah of the sons of Ammon, and he fought outside the royal city.2 Samuel 12:26

2 Samuel 12:27And Joab sent messengers to David, saying: “I have struggled against Rabbah, and so the City of Waters will soon be seized.2 Samuel 12:27

2 Samuel 12:29And so David gathered together all the people, and he set out against Rabbah. And after he had fought, he seized it.2 Samuel 12:29

2 Samuel 13:16And she answered him, “This evil is greater, which you are now doing against me in driving me away, than what you did before.” But he was not willing to listen to her.2 Samuel 13:16

2 Samuel 13:29Therefore, the servants of Absalom acted against Amnon, just as Absalom had commanded them. And all the sons of the king rose up, and each one climbed upon his mule and fled.2 Samuel 13:29

2 Samuel 13:32But Jonadab, the son of Shimeah, David’s brother, responding, said: “My lord the king should not consider that all the sons of the king have been slain. Amnon alone is dead. For he was set against by the mouth of Absalom from the day that he raped his sister Tamar.2 Samuel 13:32

2 Samuel 14:6And your handmaid had two sons. And they quarreled against one another in the field. And there was no one there who would be able to stop them. And one struck the other, and killed him.2 Samuel 14:6

2 Samuel 14:7And behold, the whole family, rising up against your handmaid, said: ‘Deliver him who struck down his brother, so that we may kill him for the life of his brother, whom he killed, and so that we may do away with the heir.’ And they are seeking to extinguish my spark that is left, so that there may not survive a name for my husband, nor a remnant upon the earth.”2 Samuel 14:7

2 Samuel 14:10And the king said, “Whoever will contradict you, bring him to me, and he will never touch you again.”2 Samuel 14:10

2 Samuel 14:13And the woman said: “Why have you thought such a thing against the people of God, and why has the king spoken this word, so that he sins and does not lead back the one whom he rejected?2 Samuel 14:13

2 Samuel 16:6and throwing stones against David and against all the servants of king David. And all the people and all the warriors were traveling to the right and to the left sides of the king.2 Samuel 16:6

2 Samuel 17:2And rushing against him, for he is weary and has weakened hands, I will strike him. And when all the people who are with him will have fled, I will strike down the king in isolation.2 Samuel 17:2

2 Samuel 17:8And again Hushai declared, “You know your father, and the men who are with him, to be very strong and bitter in soul, comparable to a bear raging in the forest when her young have been taken away. Moreover, your father is a man of war, and so he will not live among the people.2 Samuel 17:8

2 Samuel 17:12And we shall rush against him in whatever place he will have been found. And we shall cover him, as the dew usually falls upon the ground. And we shall not leave behind even one of the men who are with him.2 Samuel 17:12

2 Samuel 17:21And when they had gone, they ascended from the well. And traveling, they reported to king David, and they said: “Rise up, and go across the river quickly. For Ahithophel has given a counsel of this kind against you.”2 Samuel 17:21

2 Samuel 18:6And so, the people departed into the field against Israel. And the battle took place in the forest of Ephraim.2 Samuel 18:6

2 Samuel 18:13Then too, if I had acted with such audacity, against my own life, this would never have been able to be hidden from the king. And would you then have stood by my side?”2 Samuel 18:13

2 Samuel 18:22And Ahimaaz, the son of Zadok, said to Joab again, “What prevents me from running after Hushai also?” And Joab said to him: “Why do you want to run, my son? You would not be the bearer of good news.”2 Samuel 18:22

2 Samuel 18:28Then, Ahimaaz, crying out, said to the king, “Be well, O king.” And reverencing the king prone on the ground before him, he said, “Blessed be the Lord your God, who has enclosed the men who had lifted up their hands against my lord the king.”2 Samuel 18:28

2 Samuel 18:31Hushai appeared. And approaching, he said: “I bear good news, my lord the king. For today the Lord has judged for you, from the hand of all who had risen up against you.”2 Samuel 18:31

2 Samuel 18:32But the king said to Hushai, “Is there peace for the boy Absalom?” And responding, Hushai said to him, “May the enemies of my lord the king, and all who rise against him for evil, be as the boy is.”2 Samuel 18:32

2 Samuel 20:18And again she spoke: “A word was said in the old proverb, ‘Those who would inquire, let them inquire in Abel.’ And so they would reach a conclusion.2 Samuel 20:18

2 Samuel 20:21The matter is not as you said. Rather, a man from mount Ephraim, Sheba, the son of Bichri, by name, has lifted up his hand against king David. Deliver him alone, and we will withdraw from the city.” And the woman said to Joab, “Behold, his head will be thrown down to you from the wall.’2 Samuel 20:21

2 Samuel 21:4And the Gibeonites said to him: “There is no quarrel for us over silver or gold, but against Saul and against his house. And we do not desire that any man of Israel be put to death.” The king said to them, “Then what do you wish that I should do for you?”2 Samuel 21:4

2 Samuel 21:14And they buried them with the bones of Saul and his son Jonathan, in the land of Benjamin, to the side of the sepulcher of his father Kish. And they did all that the king had instructed. And after these things, God showed favor again to the land.2 Samuel 21:14

2 Samuel 21:15Then the Philistines again undertook a battle against Israel. And David descended, and his servants with him, and they fought against the Philistines. But when David grew faint,2 Samuel 21:15

2 Samuel 21:18Also, a second war occurred in Gob against the Philistines. Then Sibbecai from Hushah struck down Saph, from the stock of Arapha, of the ancestry of the giants.2 Samuel 21:18

2 Samuel 21:19Then there was a third war in Gob against the Philistines, in which Adeodatus, a son of the forest, a weaver from Bethlehem, struck down Goliath the Gittite, the shaft of whose spear was like the beam used by a cloth maker.2 Samuel 21:19

2 Samuel 23:18Also Abishai, the brother of Joab, the son of Zeruiah, was first among the three. It was he who lifted up his spear against three hundred men, whom he killed. And he was renowned among the three,2 Samuel 23:18

2 Samuel 24:1And the fury of the Lord was again kindled against Israel, and he stirred up David among them, saying: “Go, number Israel and Judah.”2 Samuel 24:1

2 Samuel 24:3And Joab said to the king: “May the Lord your God increase your people, who are already great in number, and may he again increase them, one hundredfold, in the sight of my lord the king. But what does my lord the king intend for himself by this kind of thing?”2 Samuel 24:3

2 Samuel 24:17And when he had seen the Angel cutting down the people, David said to the Lord: “I am the one who sinned. I have acted iniquitously. These ones who are the sheep, what have they done? I beg you that your hand may be turned against me and against my father’s house.”2 Samuel 24:17

Number of the word / term Again in 2 Samuel: 50

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book 1 Kings

1 Kings 2:23And so king Solomon swore by the Lord, saying: “May God do these things to me, and may he add these other things! For Adonijah has spoken this word against his own life.1 Kings 2:23

1 Kings 7:20And again, there were other heads at the tops of the columns above, in accord with the measure of the column opposite the netting. And there were two hundred of the pomegranates, in rows around the second head.1 Kings 7:20

1 Kings 8:31But if any man sins against his neighbor, and he has any kind of an oath by which he is bound, and he arrives because of the oath, before your altar in your house,1 Kings 8:31

1 Kings 8:33And if your people Israel will have fled from their enemies, because they have sinned against you, and doing penance and confessing to your name, shall arrive and pray and petition you in this house,1 Kings 8:33

1 Kings 8:44And if your people have gone out to war against their enemies, along whatever way you will send them, they shall pray to you in the direction of the city, which you have chosen, and toward the house, which I have built to your name.1 Kings 8:44

1 Kings 8:46But if they sin against you, for there is no man who does not sin, and you, being angry, deliver them to their enemies, and they will have been led away as captives to the land of their enemies, whether far or near,1 Kings 8:46

1 Kings 8:50And you will forgive your people, who have sinned against you, and all their iniquities, by which they have transgressed against you. And you will grant to them mercy in the sight of those who have made them captives, so that they may take pity on them.1 Kings 8:50

1 Kings 10:10Then she gave the king one hundred twenty talents of gold, and an exceedingly great amount of aromatics and precious stones. No greater quantity of aromatics was ever again brought forth as these, which the queen of Sheba gave to king Solomon.1 Kings 10:10

1 Kings 10:12And the king made, from the thyine wood, the posts of the house of the Lord, and of the house of the king, and citharas and lyres for the musicians. No thyine trees of this kind were ever again brought forth or seen, even to the present day.1 Kings 10:12

1 Kings 11:23Also, God raised up against him an adversary, Rezon, the son of Eliada, who had fled from his lord, Hadad-Ezer, the king of Zobah.1 Kings 11:23

1 Kings 11:24And he gathered together men against him. And when David put those of Zobah to death, he became a leader of robbers. And they went away to Damascus, and they lived there. And they appointed him to be king of Damascus.1 Kings 11:24

1 Kings 11:25And he was an adversary to Israel during all the days of Solomon. And such is the evil of Hadad and of his hatred against Israel. And he reigned in Syria.1 Kings 11:25

1 Kings 11:26Also, there was Jeroboam, the son of Nebat, an Ephraimite from Zeredah, a servant of Solomon, whose mother was named Zeruah, a widowed woman. He lifted up his hand against the king.1 Kings 11:26

1 Kings 11:27And this is the reason for his rebellion against him: that Solomon built up Millo, and that he filled in a deep hole in the city of David, his father.1 Kings 11:27

1 Kings 12:21Then Rehoboam went to Jerusalem, and he gathered together the entire house of Judah, and the tribe of Benjamin, one hundred and eighty thousand elect men of war, so that they might fight against the house of Israel, and might bring the kingdom back to Rehoboam, the son of Solomon.1 Kings 12:21

1 Kings 12:24‘Thus says the Lord: You shall not go up, and you shall not make war against your brothers, the sons of Israel. Let each man return to his own house. For this word came from me.’ ” And they listened to the word of the Lord, and they returned from the journey, as the Lord had instructed them.1 Kings 12:24

1 Kings 13:2And by the word of the Lord, he cried out against the altar. And he said: “O altar, O altar! Thus says the Lord: ‘Behold, a son will be born to the house of David, Josiah by name. And upon you, he will immolate the priests of the high places, who now burn incense upon you. And upon you, he will burn up the bones of men.’ ”1 Kings 13:2

1 Kings 13:4And when the king had heard the word of the man of God, which he had cried out against the altar at Bethel, he extended his hand from the altar, saying, “Apprehend him!” But his hand, which he had extended against him, withered. And he was unable to draw it back to himself.1 Kings 13:4

1 Kings 13:32For certainly, the word will arrived, which he predicted by the word of the Lord, against the altar, which is in Bethel, and against all the shrines of the high places, which are in the cities of Samaria.”1 Kings 13:32

1 Kings 14:10For this reason, behold, I will lead evils over the house of Jeroboam, and I will strike down from Jeroboam that which urinates against a wall, and that which is lame, and that which is last in Israel. And I will cleanse that which remains of the house of Jeroboam, just as dung is usually cleaned away, until there is purity.1 Kings 14:10

1 Kings 14:25Then, in the fifth year of the reign of Rehoboam, Shishak, the king of Egypt, ascended against Jerusalem.1 Kings 14:25

1 Kings 15:17And Baasha, the king of Israel, ascended against Judah. And he built up Ramah, so that no one would be able to exit or enter from the side of Asa, the king of Judah.1 Kings 15:17

1 Kings 15:20Benhadad, acquiescing to king Asa, sent the leaders of his army against the cities of Israel. And they struck Ijon, and Dan, and Abel, the house of Maacah, and all of Chinneroth, that is, all the land of Naphtali.1 Kings 15:20

1 Kings 15:27Then Baasha, the son of Ahijah, from the house of Issachar, set an ambush against him, and he struck him down at Gibbethon, which is a city of the Philistines. For indeed, Nadab and all of Israel were laying siege to Gibbethon.1 Kings 15:27

1 Kings 16:1Then the word of the Lord came to Jehu, the son of Hanani, against Baasha, saying:1 Kings 16:1

1 Kings 16:7And when the word of the Lord had arrived by the hand of the prophet Jehu, the son of Hanani, against Baasha, and against his house, and against every evil that he had done before the Lord, so that he provoked him by the works of his hands, so that he became like the house of Jeroboam: for this reason, he killed him, that is, the prophet Jehu, the son of Hanani.1 Kings 16:7

1 Kings 16:9And his servant Zimri, the commander of one half part the horsem*n, rebelled against him. Now Elah was drinking at Tirzah, and he became inebriated in the house of Arza, the prefect of Tirzah.1 Kings 16:9

1 Kings 16:11And when he had reigned and had sat upon his throne, he struck down the entire house of Baasha. And he did not leave behind of them anything that urinates against a wall, among both close relatives and his friends.1 Kings 16:11

1 Kings 18:22And Elijah said again to the people: “I alone remain as a prophet of the Lord. But the prophets of Baal are four hundred and fifty men.1 Kings 18:22

1 Kings 18:34And he said, “Fill four containers with water, and pour it over the holocaust, and over the wood.” And again, he said, “Do this a second time.” And when they had done it a second time, he said, “Do it also a third time.” And they did so a third time.1 Kings 18:34

1 Kings 18:37Heed me, O Lord, heed me, so that this people may learn that you are the Lord God, and that you have converted their heart again.”1 Kings 18:37

1 Kings 18:43And he said to his servant, “Ascend, and gaze out toward the sea.” And when he had ascended, and had contemplated, he said, “There is nothing.” And again, he said to him, “Return seven times.”1 Kings 18:43

1 Kings 19:6He looked, and behold, at his head was bread baked under ashes, and a container of water. Then he ate and drank, and again he slept deeply.1 Kings 19:6

1 Kings 19:7And the Angel of the Lord returned a second time, and touched him, and said to him: “Rise up, eat. For a great journey again stands before you.”1 Kings 19:7

1 Kings 20:1Then Benhadad, the king of Syria, gathered together his entire army. And there were thirty-two kings with him, with horses and chariots. And ascending, he fought against Samaria, and he besieged it.1 Kings 20:1

1 Kings 20:7Then the king of Israel called all the elders of the land, and he said: “Let your souls take heed, and see that he commits treachery against us. For he sent to me for my wives and sons, and for silver and gold. And I did not refuse.”1 Kings 20:7

1 Kings 20:10And returning, the messengers took this to him, and he sent again and said, “May the gods do these things to me, and may they add these other things, if the dust of Samaria is enough to fill the hands of all the people who follow me.”1 Kings 20:10

1 Kings 20:20And each one struck down the man who came against him. And the Syrians fled, and Israel pursued them. Also, Benhadad, the king of Syria, fled on a horse, with his horsem*n.1 Kings 20:20

1 Kings 20:22Then a prophet, drawing near to the king of Israel, said to him: “Go and be strengthened. And know and see what you are doing. For in the following year, the king of Syria will rise up against you.”1 Kings 20:22

1 Kings 20:23Then truly, the servants of the king of Syria said to him: “Their gods are the gods of the mountains; because of this, they have overwhelmed us. But it is better that we fight against them in the plains, and then we will prevail over them.1 Kings 20:23

1 Kings 20:25And replace the number of soldiers who have been cut down of yours, and the horses, in accord with the earlier number of horses, and the chariots, in accord with the number of chariots that you had before. And we will fight against them in the plains, and you will see that we will prevail over them.” And he trusted in their counsel, and he did so.1 Kings 20:25

1 Kings 20:26Therefore, after the passing of the year, Benhadad took a count of the Syrians, and he ascended to Aphek, so that he might fight against Israel.1 Kings 20:26

1 Kings 21:10And send out two men, sons of Belial, against him. And let them speak the false testimony: ‘He has blasphemed God and king.’ And then lead him away, and stone him, and so let him die.”1 Kings 21:10

1 Kings 21:13And bringing forward two men, sons of the devil, they caused them to sit opposite him. And they, acting indeed like diabolical men, spoke testimony against him before the multitude: “Naboth has blasphemed God and king.” For this reason, they led him away, beyond the city, and they put him to death by stoning.1 Kings 21:13

1 Kings 21:21‘Behold, I will lead evil over you. And I will cut down your posterity. And I will put to death of Ahab whatever urinates against a wall, and whatever is lame, and whatever is last in Israel.1 Kings 21:21

1 Kings 22:16But the king said to him, “I require you under oath, again and again, that you not say to me anything except what is true, in the name of the Lord.”1 Kings 22:16

1 Kings 22:23So now, behold: the Lord has given a lying spirit into the mouth of all your prophets who are here. And the Lord has spoken evil against you.”1 Kings 22:23

1 Kings 22:31Now the king of Syria had instructed the thirty-two commanders of the chariots, saying, “You shall not fight against anyone, small or great, except against the king of Israel alone.”1 Kings 22:31

1 Kings 22:32Therefore, when the commanders of the chariots saw Jehoshaphat, they suspected that he was the king of Israel. And making a violent assault, they fought against him. And Jehoshaphat cried out.1 Kings 22:32

Number of the word / term Again in 1 Kings: 49

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book 2 Kings

2 Kings 1:1Then, after the death of Ahab, Moab transgressed against Israel.2 Kings 1:1

2 Kings 1:11And again, he sent to him another leader of fifty, and the fifty with him. And he said to him, “Man of God, thus says the king: Hurry, descend.”2 Kings 1:11

2 Kings 3:7And he sent to Jehoshaphat, the king of Judah, saying: “The king of Moab was withdrawn from me. Come to battle with me against him.” And he responded: “I will go up. What is mine, is yours. My people are your people. And my horses are your horses.”2 Kings 3:7

2 Kings 3:21Then all the Moabites, hearing that the kings had ascended so that they might fight against them, gathered all who had been girded with a belt around them, and they stood at the borders.2 Kings 3:21

2 Kings 4:43And his servant responded to him, “What amount is this, that I should set it before a hundred men?” But he said again: “Give it to the people, so that they may eat. For thus says the Lord, ‘They shall eat, and there shall be still more.’ ”2 Kings 4:43

2 Kings 5:7And when the king of Israel had read the letter, he tore his garments, and he said: “Am I God, so that I could take or give life, or so that this man would send to me to cure a man from his leprosy? Take notice and see that he is seeking occasions against me.”2 Kings 5:7

2 Kings 6:8Now the king of Syria was fighting against Israel, and he took counsel with his servants, saying, “In this and that place, let us set up an ambush.”2 Kings 6:8

2 Kings 7:6For indeed, the Lord had caused them to hear, in the camp of Syria, the sound of chariots and horses, and a very numerous army. And they said one to another: “Behold, the king of Israel has paid wages to the kings of the Hittites and of the Egyptians against us. And they will overwhelm us.”2 Kings 7:6

2 Kings 7:8And so, when these lepers had arrived at the beginning of the camp, they entered one tent, and they ate and drank. And they took from there silver, and gold, and clothing. And they went away and hid it. And they returned again to another tent, and similarly, carrying away from there, they hid it.2 Kings 7:8

2 Kings 8:28Also, he went with Joram, the son of Ahab, in order to fight against Hazael, the king of Syria, at Ramoth Gilead. And the Syrians had wounded Joram.2 Kings 8:28

2 Kings 8:29And he turned back, so that he might be cured at Jezreel. For the Syrians had wounded him at Ramoth, fighting against Hazael, the king of Syria. Then Ahaziah, the son of Jehoram, the king of Judah, descended to visit Joram, the son of Ahab, at Jezreel, because he was sick there.2 Kings 8:29

2 Kings 9:8And I will destroy the entire house of Ahab. And I will cause to pass away from Ahab, whatever urinates against a wall, and whatever is lame, and whatever is least in Israel.2 Kings 9:8

2 Kings 9:14Then Jehu, the son of Jehoshaphat, the son of Nimshi, conspired against Joram. Now Joram had besieged Ramoth Gilead, he and all of Israel, against Hazael, the king of Syria.2 Kings 9:14

2 Kings 9:15And he had returned, so that he might be cured at Jezreel, because of his wounds. For the Syrians had struck him, while he was fighting against Hazael, the king of Syria. And Jehu said, “If it pleases you, let no one depart, fleeing from the city; otherwise he may go and give a report in Jezreel.”2 Kings 9:15

2 Kings 10:6Then he again wrote letters to them a second time, saying: “If you are mine, and if you obey me, take the heads of the sons of your lord, and come to me at Jezreel at this same hour tomorrow.” Now the sons of the king, being seventy men, were being raised with the nobles of the city.2 Kings 10:6

2 Kings 10:9And when it had become light, he went out. And standing there, he said to all the people: “You are just. If I have conspired against my lord, and if I have killed him, who has struck down all of these?2 Kings 10:9

2 Kings 10:30Then the Lord said to Jehu: “Since you have diligently carried out what was right and pleasing in my eyes, and since you have accomplished, against the house of Ahab, all that was in my heart, your sons shall sit upon the throne of Israel, even to the fourth generation.”2 Kings 10:30

2 Kings 12:17Then Hazael, the king of Syria, ascended and fought against Gath, and he captured it. And he directed his face, so that he might ascend against Jerusalem.2 Kings 12:17

2 Kings 13:3And the fury of the Lord was enraged against Israel, and he delivered them into the hand of Hazael, the king of Syria, and into the hand of Benhadad, the son of Hazael, during all the days.2 Kings 13:3

2 Kings 13:12But the rest of the words of Joash, and all that he did, and his strength, the manner in which he fought against Amaziah, the king of Judah, have these not been written in the book of the words of the days of the kings of Israel?2 Kings 13:12

2 Kings 13:17And he said, “Open the window toward the east.” And when he had opened it, Elisha said, “Shoot an arrow.” And he shot it. And Elisha said: “It is the arrow of the salvation of the Lord, and the arrow of salvation against Syria. And you shall strike the Syrians at Aphek, until you consume them.”2 Kings 13:17

2 Kings 13:18And he said, “Take the arrows.” And when he had taken them, he then said to him, “Strike an arrow against the ground.” And when he had struck three times, and he had stood still,2 Kings 13:18

2 Kings 13:19the man of God became angry against him. And he said: “If you had struck five or six or seven times, you would have struck down Syria, even until it was consumed. But now you will strike it three times.”2 Kings 13:19

2 Kings 14:15But the rest of the words of Jehoash, which he accomplished, and his strength, with which he fought against Amaziah, the king of Judah, have these not been written in the book of the words of the days of the kings of Israel?2 Kings 14:15

2 Kings 14:19And they made a conspiracy against him in Jerusalem. And he fled to Lachish. And they sent after him, to Lachish, and they killed him there.2 Kings 14:19

2 Kings 15:10Then Shallum, the son of Jabesh, conspired against him. And he struck him openly, and killed him. And he reigned in his place.2 Kings 15:10

2 Kings 15:25Then Pekah, the son of Remaliah, his commander, conspired against him. And he struck him in Samaria, in the tower of the king’s house, near Argob and Arieh, and with him fifty men from the sons of the Gileadites. And he killed him, and reigned in his place.2 Kings 15:25

2 Kings 15:30Then Hoshea, the son of Elah, conspired and carried out treachery against Pekah, the son of Remaliah. And he struck him, and killed him. And he reigned in his place, in the twentieth year of Jotham, the son of Uzziah.2 Kings 15:30

2 Kings 16:5Then Rezin, the king of Syria, and Pekah, the son of Remaliah, the king of Israel, ascended to do battle against Jerusalem. And they besieged Ahaz, but they were not able to overcome him.2 Kings 16:5

2 Kings 16:7Then Ahaz sent messengers to Tiglath-pileser, the king of the Assyrians, saying: “I am your servant, and I am your son. Ascend and accomplish my salvation from the hand of the king of Syria, and from the hand of the king of Israel, who have risen up together against me.”2 Kings 16:7

2 Kings 16:9And he agreed to his will. For the king of the Assyrians ascended against Damascus, and he laid waste to it. And he carried away its inhabitants to Cyrene. But Rezin he killed.2 Kings 16:9

2 Kings 17:3Shalmaneser, the king of the Assyrians, ascended against him. And Hoshea became a servant to him, and he paid him tribute.2 Kings 17:3

2 Kings 17:7For it happened that, when the sons of Israel had sinned against the Lord, their God, who had led them away from the land of Egypt, from the hand of Pharaoh, the king of Egypt, they worshipped strange gods.2 Kings 17:7

2 Kings 18:7Therefore, the Lord was also with him. And he conducted himself wisely in all the things to which he went forth. Also, he rebelled against the king of the Assyrians, and he did not serve him.2 Kings 18:7

2 Kings 18:9In the fourth year of king Hezekiah, which was the seventh year of Hoshea, the son of Elah, the king of Israel: Shalmaneser, the king of the Assyrians, ascended to Samaria, and he fought against it,2 Kings 18:9

2 Kings 19:8Then Rabshakeh returned, and he found the king of the Assyrians fighting against Libnah. For he had heard that he had withdrawn from Lachish.2 Kings 19:8

2 Kings 19:9And when he had heard from Tirhakah, the king of Ethiopia, saying, “Behold, he has gone out so that he may fight against you,” and when he went forth against him, he sent messengers to Hezekiah, saying:2 Kings 19:9

2 Kings 19:22Whom have you reproached, and whom have you blasphemed? Against whom have you exalted your voice, and lifted up your eyes on high? Against the Holy One of Israel!2 Kings 19:22

2 Kings 19:27Your habitation, and your exit, and your entrance, and your way, I knew beforehand, along with your fury against me.2 Kings 19:27

2 Kings 19:28You have been maddened against me, and your arrogance has ascended to my ears. And so, I will place a ring in your nose, and a bit between your lips. And I will lead you back along the way by which you came.2 Kings 19:28

2 Kings 21:23And his servants undertook treachery against him. And they killed the king in his own house.2 Kings 21:23

2 Kings 21:24But the people of the land slew all those who had conspired against king Amon. And they appointed for themselves Josiah, his son, as king in his place.2 Kings 21:24

2 Kings 22:13“Go and consult the Lord concerning me, and the people, and all of Judah, about the words of this volume which has been found. For the great wrath of the Lord has been kindled against us because our fathers did not listen to the words of this book, so that they would do all that has been written for us.”2 Kings 22:13

2 Kings 22:17For they have abandoned me, and they have sacrificed to foreign gods, provoking me by all the works of their hands. And so my indignation will be kindled against this place. And it will not be extinguished.2 Kings 22:17

2 Kings 22:19and your heart was terrified, and you humbled yourself before the Lord, listening to the words against this place and its inhabitants, specifically, that they would become an astonishment and a curse, and because you have torn your garments, and have wept before me: I also have heard you, says the Lord.2 Kings 22:19

2 Kings 23:26Yet truly, the Lord did not turn away from the wrath of his great fury, his fury which was enraged against Judah because of the provocations by which Manasseh had provoked him.2 Kings 23:26

2 Kings 23:29During his days, Pharaoh Neco, the king of Egypt, ascended against the king of the Assyrians to the river Euphrates. And king Josiah went out to meet him. And when he had seen him, he was killed at Megiddo.2 Kings 23:29

2 Kings 24:1During his days, Nebuchadnezzar, the king of Babylon, ascended, and Jehoiakim became his servant for three years. And again he rebelled against him.2 Kings 24:1

2 Kings 24:3Then this occurred, by the word of the Lord against Judah, that he took him away from before himself because of all the sins of Manasseh which he did,2 Kings 24:3

2 Kings 24:10At that time, the servants of Nebuchadnezzar, the king of Babylon, ascended against Jerusalem. And the city was encircled with fortifications.2 Kings 24:10

2 Kings 24:11And Nebuchadnezzar, the king of Babylon, went to the city, with his servants, so that he might fight against it.2 Kings 24:11

2 Kings 24:20For the Lord was angry against Jerusalem and against Judah, until he cast them away from his face. And so Zedekiah withdrew from the king of Babylon.2 Kings 24:20

2 Kings 25:1Then it happened that, in the ninth year of his reign, in the tenth month, on the tenth day of the month, Nebuchadnezzar, the king of Babylon, he and his entire army, arrived against Jerusalem. And they encircled it, and they constructed fortifications all around it.2 Kings 25:1

Number of the word / term Again in 2 Kings: 53

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book 1 Chronicles

1 Chronicles 5:10Then, in the days of Saul, they battled against the Hagarites and put them to death. And they lived in place of them, in their dwellings, throughout the entire region that looks to the east of Gilead.1 Chronicles 5:10

1 Chronicles 5:19They struggled against the Hagarites, yet truly the Jetureans, and Naphish, and Nodab offered assistance to them.1 Chronicles 5:19

1 Chronicles 10:1Now the Philistines were fighting against Israel, and the men of Israel fled from the Philistines, and they fell down wounded on mount Gilboa.1 Chronicles 10:1

1 Chronicles 10:3And the battle grew heavy against Saul. And the archers found him, and they wounded him with arrows.1 Chronicles 10:3

1 Chronicles 11:20Also, Abishai, the brother of Joab, was the leader of the three, and he lifted up his spear against three hundred, who were wounded. And he was most renown among the three,1 Chronicles 11:20

1 Chronicles 12:19Moreover, some from Manasseh crossed over to David, when he went forth with the Philistines against Saul, so that he might fight. But he did not fight with them. For the leaders of the Philistines, taking counsel, sent him back, saying, “To the peril of our own heads, he will return to his lord, Saul.”1 Chronicles 12:19

1 Chronicles 12:21These offered assistance to David against the robbers. For all were very strong men, and they became leaders in the army.1 Chronicles 12:21

1 Chronicles 13:10And so the Lord became angry against Uzzah. And he struck him down because he had touched the ark. And he died there before the Lord.1 Chronicles 13:10

1 Chronicles 14:14And again, David consulted God. And God said to him: “You shall not ascend after them. Draw away from them. And you shall come against them opposite the balsam trees.1 Chronicles 14:14

1 Chronicles 19:6Then, when the sons of Ammon realized that they had committed an injury against David, both Hanun and the rest of the people sent one thousand talents of silver, so that they might hire for themselves chariots and horsem*n from Mesopotamia, and from Syrian Maacah, and from Zobah.1 Chronicles 19:6

1 Chronicles 19:10And so Joab, understanding the war to be set facing him and behind his back, chose the strongest men from all of Israel, and he went out against the Syrians.1 Chronicles 19:10

1 Chronicles 19:11But the remaining portion of the people he placed under the hand of his brother Abishai. And they went out against the sons of Ammon.1 Chronicles 19:11

1 Chronicles 19:14Therefore, Joab, and the people who were with him, went out to battle against the Syrians. And he put them to flight.1 Chronicles 19:14

1 Chronicles 19:17When this had been reported to David, he gathered together all of Israel, and he crossed the Jordan. And he rushed toward them. And he set up a battle line facing them. And they fought against him.1 Chronicles 19:17

1 Chronicles 20:4After these things, a war was begun at Gezer against the Philistines, in which Sibbecai the Hushathite struck Sippai from the race of the Rephaim, and he humbled them.1 Chronicles 20:4

1 Chronicles 20:5Also, another war was undertaken against the Philistines, in which Adeodatus, a son of the forest, a Bethlehemite, struck the brother of Goliath the Gittite, the wood of whose spear was like a weaver’s beam.1 Chronicles 20:5

1 Chronicles 21:1Now Satan rose up against Israel, and he incited David so that he would number Israel.1 Chronicles 21:1

1 Chronicles 21:17And David said to God: “Am I not the one who ordered that the people be numbered? It is I who sinned; it is I who did evil. This flock, what does it deserve? O Lord my God, I beg you to let your hand be turned against me and against the house of my father. But let not your people be struck down.”1 Chronicles 21:17

Number of the word / term Again in 1 Chronicles: 18

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book 2 Chronicles

2 Chronicles 6:22If anyone will have sinned against his neighbor, and he arrives to swear against him, and to bind himself with a curse before the altar in this house,2 Chronicles 6:22

2 Chronicles 6:24If your people Israel will have been overwhelmed by their enemies, (for they will sin against you) and having been converted will do penance, and if they will have beseeched your name, and will have prayed in this place,2 Chronicles 6:24

2 Chronicles 6:34If, having gone out to war against their adversaries along the way that you will send them, your people adore you facing in the direction of this city, which you have chosen, and of this house, which I have built to your name,2 Chronicles 6:34

2 Chronicles 6:36But if they will have sinned against you (for there is no man who does not sin) and you will have become angry against them, and if you will have delivered them to their enemies, and so they lead them away as captives to a far away land, or even to one that is near,2 Chronicles 6:36

2 Chronicles 8:15Neither the priests, nor the Levites, transgressed against the commands of the king, in all that he had instructed, and in the keeping of the treasuries.2 Chronicles 8:15

2 Chronicles 9:29Now the rest of the works of Solomon, the first and the last, have been written in the words of Nathan, the prophet, and in the books of Ahijah, the Shilonite, as well as in the vision of Iddo, the seer, against Jeroboam, the son of Nabat.2 Chronicles 9:29

2 Chronicles 11:1Then Rehoboam went to Jerusalem, and he called together the entire house of Judah and of Benjamin, one hundred eighty thousand elect men of war, so that he might contend against Israel, and turn back his kingdom to himself.2 Chronicles 11:1

2 Chronicles 11:4Thus says the Lord: You shall not ascend and fight against your brothers. Let each one return to his own house. For it is by my will that this has happened.” And when they had heard the word of the Lord, they turned back, and they did not continue on against Jeroboam.2 Chronicles 11:4

2 Chronicles 12:2Then, in the fifth year of the reign of Rehoboam, Shishak, the king of Egypt, ascended against Jerusalem (for they had sinned against the Lord)2 Chronicles 12:2

2 Chronicles 12:15Truly, the works of Rehoboam, the first and the last, have been written in the books of Shemaiah, the prophet, and of Iddo, the seer, and diligently set forth. And Rehoboam and Jeroboam fought against one another during all their days.2 Chronicles 12:15

2 Chronicles 13:6But Jeroboam, the son of Nabat, the servant of Solomon, son of David, rose up and rebelled against his lord.2 Chronicles 13:6

2 Chronicles 13:7And there were gathered to him very vain men, and sons of Belial. And they prevailed against Rehoboam, the son of Solomon. For Rehoboam was inexperienced, and he had a fearful heart, and so he was unable to resist them.2 Chronicles 13:7

2 Chronicles 13:12Therefore, God is the commander of our army, with his priests, who sound the trumpets that ring out against you. O sons of Israel, do not choose to fight against the Lord, the God of your fathers. For it is not expedient for you.”2 Chronicles 13:12

2 Chronicles 14:9Then Zerah, the Ethiopian, went forth against them with his army of one million men, and three hundred chariots. And he approached as far as Mareshah.2 Chronicles 14:9

2 Chronicles 14:11And he called upon the Lord God, and he said: “O Lord, there is no difference to you, whether you assist by few, or by many. Help us, O Lord our God. For having faith in you and in your name, we have gone forth against this multitude. O Lord, you are our God. Do not allow man to prevail against you.”2 Chronicles 14:11

2 Chronicles 15:6For nation will fight against nation, and city against city. For the Lord will disturb them with every anguish.2 Chronicles 15:6

2 Chronicles 16:1Then, in the thirty-sixth year of his reign, Baasha, the king of Israel, ascended against Judah. And he encircled Ramah with a wall, so that no one could safely depart or enter from the kingdom of Asa.2 Chronicles 16:1

2 Chronicles 16:9For the eyes of the Lord contemplate the entire earth, and offer fortitude to those who believe in him with a perfect heart. And so, you acted foolishly. And so, because of this, from the present time wars shall rise up against you.”2 Chronicles 16:9

2 Chronicles 16:10And Asa was angry against the seer, and he ordered him to be sent into prison. For indeed, he had been very indignant over this. And in that time, he put to death very many of the people.2 Chronicles 16:10

2 Chronicles 17:1Then Jehoshaphat, his son, reigned in his place. And he grew strong against Israel.2 Chronicles 17:1

2 Chronicles 17:10And so, the fear of the Lord fell upon all the kingdoms of the lands which were around Judah. And they did not dare to make war against Jehoshaphat.2 Chronicles 17:10

2 Chronicles 18:2And after some years, he descended to him in Samaria. And upon his arrival, Ahab slaughtered very many sheep and oxen, for him and for the people who had arrived with him. And he persuaded him that he should ascend against Ramoth Gilead.2 Chronicles 18:2

2 Chronicles 18:5And so the king of Israel gathered together four hundred men of the prophets, and he said to them: “Should we go to war against Ramoth Gilead, or should we be quieted?” But they said, “Ascend, and God will deliver into the hand of the king.”2 Chronicles 18:5

2 Chronicles 18:11And all the prophets prophesied similarly, and they said: “Ascend against Ramoth Gilead, and you shall prosper, and the Lord will deliver them into the hand of the king.”2 Chronicles 18:11

2 Chronicles 18:14Therefore, he went to the king. And the king said to him, “Micaiah, should we go to war against Ramoth Gilead, or should we be quieted?” And he responded to him: “Ascend. For everything will come to prosperity, and the enemies will be delivered into your hands.”2 Chronicles 18:14

2 Chronicles 18:15And the king said, “Again and again, I bind you by an oath, so that you will not speak to me except what is true in the name of the Lord!”2 Chronicles 18:15

2 Chronicles 18:28And so, the king of Israel and Jehoshaphat, the king of Judah, ascended against Ramoth Gilead.2 Chronicles 18:28

2 Chronicles 18:30Now the king of Syria had instructed the commanders of his horsem*n, saying, “You shall not fight against the least or the greatest, but only against the king of Israel.”2 Chronicles 18:30

2 Chronicles 19:4Then Jehoshaphat lived in Jerusalem. And again he went out to the people, from Beersheba as far as mount Ephraim. And he called them back to the Lord, the God of their fathers.2 Chronicles 19:4

2 Chronicles 19:10Every case that will come to you from your brothers, who live in their cities, between kindred and kindred, wherever there is a question concerning law, commandment, ceremonies, or justifications, reveal it to them, so that they may not sin against the Lord, and so that wrath may not overwhelm you and your brothers. Then, by acting in this way, you will not sin.2 Chronicles 19:10

2 Chronicles 20:1After these things, the sons of Moab, and the sons of Ammon, and with them some from the Ammonites, gathered together so that they might fight against him.2 Chronicles 20:1

2 Chronicles 20:2And messengers arrived and reported to Jehoshaphat, saying: “A great multitude has arrived against you, from those places that are across the sea, and from Syria. And behold, they are standing together at Hazazon-tamar, which is Engedi.”2 Chronicles 20:2

2 Chronicles 20:12Therefore, will you, our God, not judge them? Certainly, in us there is not enough strength so that we would be able to withstand this multitude, which rushes against us. But although we do not know what we ought to do, we have this alone remaining, that we direct our eyes to you.”2 Chronicles 20:12

2 Chronicles 20:16Tomorrow, you shall descend against them. For they will ascend along the incline named Ziz, and will find them at the summit of the torrent, which is opposite the wilderness of Jeruel.2 Chronicles 20:16

2 Chronicles 20:17It will not be you who will fight. Instead, only stand with confidence, and you will see the help of the Lord over you, O Judah and Jerusalem. Do not be afraid. Neither should you be dismayed. Tomorrow you shall go forth against them, and the Lord will be with you.”2 Chronicles 20:17

2 Chronicles 20:22And when they had begun to sing praises, the Lord turned their ambushes upon themselves, that is, those of the sons of Ammon, and of Moab, and of mount Seir, who had gone forth so that they might fight against Judah. And they were struck down.2 Chronicles 20:22

2 Chronicles 20:23For the sons of Ammon and of Moab rose up against the inhabitants of mount Seir, so that they might slay and destroy them. And when they had perpetrated this work, now also turning upon themselves, they cut one another with wounds.2 Chronicles 20:23

2 Chronicles 20:29Then the fear of the Lord fell upon all the kingdoms of the lands, when they had heard that the Lord had fought against the enemies of Israel.2 Chronicles 20:29

2 Chronicles 21:16Therefore, the Lord stirred up, against Jehoram, the spirit of the Philistines, and of the Arabians, who are along the borders of the Ethiopians.2 Chronicles 21:16

2 Chronicles 22:5And he walked in their counsels. And he went with Joram, the son of Ahab, the king of Israel, to war against Hazael, the king of Syria, at Ramoth Gilead. And the Syrians wounded Joram.2 Chronicles 22:5

2 Chronicles 22:7Indeed, it was the will of God against Ahaziah that he would go to Joram, and when he had gone, that he also would go out with him against Jehu, the son of Nimshi, whom the Lord had anointed to destroy the house of Ahab.2 Chronicles 22:7

2 Chronicles 24:21And gathering together against him, they stoned him, beside the place of the king, in the atrium of the house of the Lord.2 Chronicles 24:21

2 Chronicles 24:23And when a year had turned, the army of Syria ascended against him. And they went to Judah and Jerusalem. And they put to death all the leaders of the people. And they sent all the spoils to the king of Damascus.2 Chronicles 24:23

2 Chronicles 24:24And although certainly there had arrived a very small number of Syrians, the Lord delivered into their hands an immense multitude. For they had forsaken the Lord, the God of their fathers. Also, against Joash they executed disgraceful judgments.2 Chronicles 24:24

2 Chronicles 24:25And upon departing, they left him greatly debilitated. Then his servants rose up against him, in vengeance for the blood of the son of Jehoiada the priest. And they killed him on his bed, and he died. And they buried him in the City of David, but not in the sepulchers of the kings.2 Chronicles 24:25

2 Chronicles 25:10And so, Amaziah separated the army, which had come to him from Ephraim, so that they would return to their place. But having become very angry against Judah, they returned to their own region.2 Chronicles 25:10

2 Chronicles 25:15For this reason, the Lord became angry against Amaziah, and he sent a prophet to him, who would say to him, “Why have you adored gods who did not free their own people from your hand?”2 Chronicles 25:15

2 Chronicles 25:19You said, ‘I struck down Edom.’ And for this reason, your heart is lifted up with pride. Settle in your own house. Why do you provoke evil against yourself, so that you may fall, and then Judah with you?”2 Chronicles 25:19

2 Chronicles 25:27And after he withdrew from the Lord, they set up an ambush against him in Jerusalem. But since he had fled into Lachish, they sent and killed him in that place.2 Chronicles 25:27

2 Chronicles 26:6Indeed, he went out and fought against the Philistines. And he destroyed the wall of Gath, and the wall of Jabneh, and the wall of Ashdod. Also, he built towns in Ashdod, and among the Philistines.2 Chronicles 26:6

2 Chronicles 26:7And God helped him against the Philistines, and against the Arabians, who were living in Gurbaal, and against the Ammonites.2 Chronicles 26:7

2 Chronicles 26:13And the entire army under them was three hundred and seven thousand five hundred, who were fit for war, and who fought on behalf of the king against the adversaries.2 Chronicles 26:13

2 Chronicles 27:5He fought against the king of the sons of Ammon, and he defeated them. And at that time, the sons of Ammon gave to him one hundred talents of silver, and ten thousand cor of wheat, and the same number of cor of barley. These things the sons of Ammon offered to him in the second and third year.2 Chronicles 27:5

2 Chronicles 28:9At that time, there was a prophet of the Lord there, named Oded. And going out to meet the army arriving in Samaria, he said to them: “Behold, the Lord, the God of your fathers, having become angry against Judah, has delivered them into your hands. But you have killed them by atrocities, so that your cruelty has reached up to heaven.2 Chronicles 28:9

2 Chronicles 28:10Moreover, you wanted to subjugate the sons of Judah and Jerusalem as your men and women servants, which is a work that should never be done. And so you sinned in this matter against the Lord your God.2 Chronicles 28:10

2 Chronicles 28:12And so, some of the leaders of the sons of Ephraim, Azariah, the son of Johanan, Berechiah, the son of Meshillemoth, Jehizkiah, the son of Shallum, and Amasa, the son of Hadlai, stood up against those who were arriving from the battle.2 Chronicles 28:12

2 Chronicles 28:13And they said to them: “You shall not lead back captives to here, lest we sin against the Lord. Why are you willing to add to our sins, and to build upon our old offenses? For indeed, the sin is great, and the furious anger of the Lord is hanging over Israel.”2 Chronicles 28:13

2 Chronicles 28:20And he led against him Tilgath-pilneser, the king of the Assyrians, who also afflicted him and laid waste to him, without resistance.2 Chronicles 28:20

2 Chronicles 28:22Moreover, in the time of his anguish, he also added to his contempt against the Lord. King Ahaz himself, by himself,2 Chronicles 28:22

2 Chronicles 29:8And so the fury of the Lord was stirred up against Judah and Jerusalem, and he handed them over to turmoil, and to destruction, and to hissing, just as you discern with your own eyes.2 Chronicles 29:8

2 Chronicles 32:2And when Hezekiah had seen this, specifically that Sennacherib had arrived, and that the entire force of the war was turning against Jerusalem,2 Chronicles 32:2

2 Chronicles 32:16Then too, his servants were speaking many other things against the Lord God, and against his servant Hezekiah.2 Chronicles 32:16

2 Chronicles 32:17Also, he wrote letters full of blasphemy against the Lord God of Israel. And against him he said: “Just as the gods of other nations were unable to free their people from my hand, so also is the God of Hezekiah unable to rescue his people from this hand.”2 Chronicles 32:17

2 Chronicles 32:19And he was speaking against the God of Jerusalem, just as against the gods of the peoples of the earth, which are works of the hands of men.2 Chronicles 32:19

2 Chronicles 32:20And Hezekiah the king, and Isaiah the prophet, the son of Amoz, prayed against this blasphemy, and they cried out to heaven.2 Chronicles 32:20

2 Chronicles 32:25But he did not repay according to the benefits which he had received, for his heart was lifted up. And so wrath was brought against him, and against Judah and Jerusalem.2 Chronicles 32:25

2 Chronicles 33:24And when his servants had conspired against him, they killed him in his own house.2 Chronicles 33:24

2 Chronicles 34:27and your heart was softened, and you humbled yourself in the sight of God concerning these things which have been said against this place and against the inhabitants of Jerusalem, and since, revering my face, you have torn your garments, and have wept before me: I also have heeded you, says the Lord.2 Chronicles 34:27

2 Chronicles 35:3Also, he spoke with the Levites, by whose instruction all of Israel was sanctified to the Lord, saying: “Place the ark in the sanctuary of the temple, which Solomon, the son of David, the king of Israel, built. For never again shall you carry it. Instead, now you shall minister to the Lord your God, and to his people Israel.2 Chronicles 35:3

2 Chronicles 35:21But he sent messengers to him, saying: “What is there between me and you, O king of Judah? I have not come against you today. Instead, I am fighting against another house, to which God instructed me to go promptly. Refrain from acting against God, who is with me, otherwise he may kill you.”2 Chronicles 35:21

2 Chronicles 35:22Josiah was not willing to return. Instead, he prepared for war against him. Neither would he agree to the words of Neco from the mouth of God. In truth, he traveled so that he might do battle in the field of Megiddo.2 Chronicles 35:22

2 Chronicles 36:6Nebuchadnezzar, the king of the Chaldeans, ascended against him, and led him bound in chains to Babylon.2 Chronicles 36:6

2 Chronicles 36:16But they ridiculed the messengers of God, and they gave little weight to his words, and they mocked the prophets, until the fury of the Lord ascended against his people, and there was no remedy.2 Chronicles 36:16

Number of the word / term Again in 2 Chronicles: 73

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Ezra

Ezra 4:5Then they hired counselors against them, so that they might argue against their plan during all the days of Cyrus, king of Persia, even until the reign of Darius, king of the Persians.Ezra 4:5

Ezra 4:6And so, during the reign of Ahasuerus, at the beginning of his reign, they wrote an accusation against the inhabitants of Judah and of Jerusalem.Ezra 4:6

Ezra 4:19And it was commanded by me, and they searched and found that this city, from the days of antiquity, has rebelled against the kings, and that seditions and battles have been incited within it.Ezra 4:19

Ezra 4:22See to it that you are not negligent in fulfilling this, otherwise, little by little, the evil may increase against the kings.”Ezra 4:22

Ezra 5:5But the eye of their God was set over the elders of the Jews, and so they were unable to hinder them. And it was agreed that the matter should be referred to Darius, and then they would give a reply against that accusation.Ezra 5:5

Ezra 6:12So then, may the God who has caused his name to live there destroy any kingdoms or people who would extend their hand to fight against or to destroy that house of God, which is in Jerusalem. I, Darius, have established the decree, which I wish to be fulfilled scrupulously.”Ezra 6:12

Ezra 7:23All that pertains to the rite of the God of heaven, let it be distributed scrupulously to the house of the God of heaven, lest perhaps he may become angry against the kingdom of the king and his sons.Ezra 7:23

Ezra 10:2And Shecaniah, the son of Jehiel, from the sons of Elam, responded and said to Ezra: “We have sinned against our God, and have taken foreign wives from the peoples of the land. And now, if there is repentance within Israel over this,Ezra 10:2

Number of the word / term Again in Ezra: 8

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Nehemiah

Nehemiah 1:6may your ears be attentive, and may your eyes be open, so that you may hear the prayer of your servant, which I am praying before you today, night and day, for the sons of Israel, your servants. And I am confessing the sins of the sons of Israel, which they have sinned against you. We have sinned, I and my father’s house.Nehemiah 1:6

Nehemiah 2:19But Sanballat, a Horonite, and the servant Tobiah, an Ammonite, and Geshem, an Arab, heard of it. And they ridiculed and disparaged us, and they said: “What is this thing that you are doing? Could you be rebelling against the king?”Nehemiah 2:19

Nehemiah 4:8And they all gathered together, so that they might go forth and fight against Jerusalem, and so that they might prepare ambushes.Nehemiah 4:8

Nehemiah 4:9And we prayed to our God, and we stationed guards upon the wall, day and night, against them.Nehemiah 4:9

Nehemiah 5:1And there occurred a great outcry of the people and their wives against their brothers, the Jews.Nehemiah 5:1

Nehemiah 5:7And my heart considered within me. And I rebuked the nobles and the magistrates, and I said to them, “Have you each been exacting usury from your brothers?” And I gathered together a great assembly against them.Nehemiah 5:7

Nehemiah 5:9And I said to them: “The thing that you are doing is not good. Why are you not walking in the fear of our God, so that there may be no reproach against us from our enemies, the Gentiles?Nehemiah 5:9

Nehemiah 9:10And you gave signs and portents to Pharaoh, and to all his servants, and to the people of his land. For you knew that they acted arrogantly against them. And you made a name for yourself, just as it is in this day.Nehemiah 9:10

Nehemiah 9:29And you contended with them, so that they might return to your law. Yet truly, they acted in arrogance, and they did not listen to your commandments, and they sinned against your judgments, which, if a man does them, he shall live by them. And they withdrew from offering their shoulder, and they hardened their neck; neither would they listen.Nehemiah 9:29

Nehemiah 13:2because they did not meet the sons of Israel with bread and water, and they hired Balaam against them, to curse them. But our God turned the curse into a blessing.Nehemiah 13:2

Nehemiah 13:9And I gave instructions, and they cleansed again the storeroom. And I brought back, into that place, the vessels of the house of God, the sacrifice, and the frankincense.Nehemiah 13:9

Nehemiah 13:20And so the merchants and those who sold all kinds of items remained just outside of Jerusalem, once and again.Nehemiah 13:20

Nehemiah 13:21And I contended with them, and I said to them: “Why are you remaining just beyond the wall? If you do this again, I will send hands upon you.” And so, from that time, they no longer came on the Sabbath.Nehemiah 13:21

Nehemiah 13:27So how could we disobey and do all this great evil, so that we would transgress against our God, and take foreign wives?”Nehemiah 13:27

Nehemiah 13:29O Lord, my God, remember against those who defile the priesthood and the law of the priests and the Levites!Nehemiah 13:29

Number of the word / term Again in Nehemiah: 15

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Esther

Esther 2:14And whoever entered at evening, departed in the morning, and then from there she was led to the second house, which was under the hand of Shaashgaz the eunuch, who presided over the king’s concubines. Nor did she have the power to return again to the king, unless the king desired it and had summoned her by name.Esther 2:14

Esther 2:21Therefore, at that time, when Mordecai was staying at the king’s gate, Bagatha and Thara, two of the king’s eunuchs, who were gatekeepers and who presided over the first entryway of the palace, were angry, and they decided to rise up against the king and kill him.Esther 2:21

Esther 3:13These were sent by the king’s messengers to all the provinces, so as to kill and destroy all the Jews, from children all the way to the elderly, even little children and women, on one day, that is, on the thirteenth of the twelfth month, which is called Adar, and to plunder their goods, even their necessities. And this was the text of the letter: “Artaxerxes, the great king from India all the way to Ethiopia, to the leaders and generals of the one hundred twenty-seven provinces, which are subject to his authority, greetings. Although I have reigned over many nations and subjugated the whole world under my realm, I was by no means willing to abuse the greatness of this power, but to govern my subjects with clemency and leniency, so that they would settle into a quiet life, apart from any terror, and delight in peace, as all mortals would choose to do. Yet, in asking my counselors how this might be able to be accomplished, one who excelled the others in wisdom and fidelity, and who was second after the king, named Haman, explained to me that there was a people, scattered throughout the whole world, that used strange laws, and, acting against the customs of all peoples, despised the commandments of kings and violated the harmony of all nations with their dissension. When we had learned this, seeing one nation rebellious against all mankind, having overthrown the usefulness of laws, and going against our orders, and disturbing the peace and harmony of the provinces subject to us, we commanded that whomever Haman, who is chief over all the provinces, and second after the king, and whom we honor in the place of a father, whomever he would point out should be destroyed by their enemies, with their wives and children, and that no one may take pity on them, on the fourteenth day of the twelfth month Adar of this present year, so that these guilty men, all on one day, may go down to the underworld, restoring to our empire the peace that they had disturbed.”Esther 3:13

Esther 4:9And Hathach returned and informed Esther of all that Mordecai had said. “Remember,” he said, “the days of your lowliness, how you were nurtured as if in my hand, because Haman, who is second after the king, has spoken against us to death. And you must call upon the Lord, and speak with the king on our behalf, and free us from death.”Esther 4:9

Esther 4:13he again sent word to Esther, saying, “Do not think that you will save so much as your own soul, just because you are in the king’s house and are above all the Jews.Esther 4:13

Esther 4:15And again Esther sent to Mordecai in these words:Esther 4:15

Esther 4:16“Go and gather together all the Jews whom you will find in Susa, and pray for me. Neither eat nor drink for three days and three nights, and I will fast with my handmaids similarly, and then I will go in to the king, doing what is against the law, not having been called, and so expose myself to mortal danger.”Esther 4:16

Esther 5:12And after this, he said, “Also, queen Esther has called no one else to the feast with the king, except me. And I will be dining with the king again tomorrow.Esther 5:12

Esther 7:2And the king said to her again on the second day, after he was warmed with wine, “What is your request, Esther, so that it may be given to you? And what do you want done? Even if you ask for half of my kingdom, you will obtain it.”Esther 7:2

Esther 8:3Not content with these things, she threw herself down at the king’s feet and wept, and, speaking to him, pleaded that he would give orders that the malice of Haman the Agagite, and his most wicked schemes, which he had contrived against the Jews, would be made ineffective.Esther 8:3

Esther 9:2And they gathered together throughout each city, and town, and place, so as to extend their hands against their enemies and their persecutors. And no one dared to resist them, because their great power had pierced all the peoples.Esther 9:2

Esther 9:24For Haman, the son of Hammedatha of Agag lineage, the enemy and adversary of the Jews, had devised evil against them, to kill them and to destroy them. And he had cast Pur, which in our language means the lot.Esther 9:24

Esther 9:25And after this, Esther had entered before the king, begging him that his efforts might be made ineffective by the king’s letters, and that the evil he intended against the Jews might return upon his own head. Finally, both he and his sons were fastened to a cross.Esther 9:25

Number of the word / term Again in Esther: 13

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Job

Job 1:12Therefore, the Lord said to Satan, “Behold, everything that he has is in your hand, only do not extend your hand against him.” And Satan departed from the face of the Lord.Job 1:12

Job 1:22In all this, Job did not sin by his lips, nor did he speak any foolish thing against God.Job 1:22

Job 2:3And the Lord said to Satan, “Have you not considered my servant, Job, that there is no one like him in the land, a simple and honest man, fearing God and withdrawing from evil, and still retaining his innocence? Yet you have stirred me against him, so that I would afflict him to no purpose.”Job 2:3

Job 6:4For the arrows of the Lord are in me, my spirit drinks of their indignation, and the terrors of the Lord are soldiers against me.Job 6:4

Job 6:25Why have you diminished the words of truth, when there is none of you who is able to offer proof against me?Job 6:25

Job 7:10He will not return again to his house, nor will his own place know him any longer.Job 7:10

Job 7:20I have sinned; what should I do for you, O keeper of men? Why have you set me against you, so that I have become burdensome even to myself?Job 7:20

Job 8:4And if now your children have sinned against him, and he has dismissed them into the power of their iniquity,Job 8:4

Job 10:1My soul is weary of my life. I will release my words against myself. I will speak in the bitterness of my soul.Job 10:1

Job 10:17You renew your testimony against me, and you multiply your wrath against me, and these punishments make war within me.Job 10:17

Job 13:26For you write bitter things against me, and you want to consume me for the sins of my youth.Job 13:26

Job 14:7A tree has hope: if it has been cut, it turns green again, and its branches spring forth.Job 14:7

Job 14:12just so, when a man is fallen asleep, he will not rise again, until the heavens are worn away; he will not awaken, nor rise from his sleep.Job 14:12

Job 15:13Why does your spirit stir against God, so as to utter such speeches from your mouth?Job 15:13

Job 15:25For he has extended his hand against God, and he has strengthened himself against the Almighty.Job 15:25

Job 15:26He has rushed against him with his throat exposed, and he has been armed with a fat neck.Job 15:26

Job 16:8My wrinkles bear witness against me, and a liar rises up against my face, contradicting me.Job 16:8

Job 16:9He has gathered together his fury towards me, and, threatening me, he has roared against me with his teeth; my enemy has beheld me with terrible eyes.Job 16:9

Job 16:10They have opened their mouths against me, and, reproaching me, they have struck me on the cheek; they are nourished by my sufferings.Job 16:10

Job 17:3Free me, O Lord, and set me beside you, and let the hand of anyone you wish fight against me.Job 17:3

Job 17:8The just will be astounded over this, and the innocent will be stirred up against the hypocrite.Job 17:8

Job 17:12They have turned night into day, and I hope for light again after the darkness.Job 17:12

Job 18:9His heel will be held in a snare, and thirst will rage against him.Job 18:9

Job 19:5But you have risen up against me, and you accuse me to my disgrace.Job 19:5

Job 19:11His fury has raged against me, and in this way he has treated me like his enemy.Job 19:11

Job 19:19Those who were sometime my counselors, treat me like an abomination; and he whom I valued the most has turned against me.Job 19:19

Job 19:26And I will be enveloped again with my skin, and in my flesh I will see my God.Job 19:26

Job 19:28Why then do you now say: “Let us pursue him, and let us find a basis to speak against him?”Job 19:28

Job 20:27The heavens will reveal his sinfulness, and the earth will rise up against him.Job 20:27

Job 21:4Is my dispute against man, so that I would have no reason to be discouraged?Job 21:4

Job 21:27Surely, I know your thoughts and your sinful judgments against me.Job 21:27

Job 22:25And the Almighty will be against your enemies, and silver will be gathered together for you.Job 22:25

Job 23:2Now again my conversation is in bitterness, and the force of my scourging weighs more heavily on me because of my mourning.Job 23:2

Job 24:13They have been rebellious against the light; they have not known his ways, nor have they returned by his paths.Job 24:13

Job 31:13If I have despised being subject to judgment with my servant or my maid, when they had any complaint against me,Job 31:13

Job 31:28which is a very great iniquity and a denial against the most high God;Job 31:28

Job 31:38So, if my land cries out against me, and if its furrows weep with it,Job 31:38

Job 32:2And Eliu the son of Barachel the Buzite, of the kindred of Ram, was angry and indignant. But he was angry against Job because he described himself to be just in the presence of God.Job 32:2

Job 33:13Do you contend against him because he has not responded to all of your words?Job 33:13

Job 34:19He does not accept the reputation of leaders; nor does he recognize the tyrant as he contends against the poor. For all are the work of his hands.Job 34:19

Job 35:1After this, Eliu again spoke in this way:Job 35:1

Job 35:6If you sin, how will it hurt him? And if your iniquities are multiplied, what will you do against him?Job 35:6

Job 36:32Within his hands, he hides the light, and he commands it to come forth again.Job 36:32

Job 37:10As God breathes out, frost forms, and the waters are poured forth very widely again.Job 37:10

Job 39:16She is hardened against her young, as if they were not hers; she has labored in vain, with no fear compelling her.Job 39:16

Job 41:23The parts of his body work in harmony together. He will send lightning bolts against him, and they will not be carried to another place.Job 41:23

Job 42:7But after the Lord had finished speaking these words to Job, he said to Eliphaz the Themanite: My wrath has been kindled against you, and against your two friends, because you have not been speaking correctly in my eyes, as my servant Job has done.Job 42:7

Number of the word / term Again in Job: 47

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Psalm

Psalm 1:5Therefore, the impious will not prevail again in judgment, nor sinners in the council of the just.Psalm 1:5

Psalm 2:2The kings of the earth have stood up, and the leaders have joined together as one, against the Lord and against his Christ:Psalm 2:2

Psalm 3:1A Psalm of David. When he fled from the face of his son, Absalom. Lord, why have those who trouble me been multiplied? Many rise up against me.Psalm 3:1

Psalm 13:5lest at any time my enemy may say, “I have prevailed against him.” Those who trouble me will exult, if I have been disturbed.Psalm 13:5

Psalm 15:3He who speaks the truth in his heart, who has not acted deceitfully with his tongue, and has not done evil to his neighbor, and has not taken up a reproach against his neighbors.Psalm 15:3

Psalm 15:5He who has not given his money in usury, nor accepted bribes against the innocent. He who does these things will be undisturbed for eternity.Psalm 15:5

Psalm 18:39And you have wrapped me with virtue for the battle. And those rising up against me, you have subdued under me.Psalm 18:39

Psalm 18:48And you will exalt me above those who rise up against me. From the iniquitous man, you will rescue me.Psalm 18:48

Psalm 27:3If entrenched armies were to stand together against me, my heart would not fear. If a battle were to rise up against me, I would have hope in this.Psalm 27:3

Psalm 27:12Do not surrender me to the souls of those who trouble me. For unjust witnesses have risen up against me, and iniquity has lied to itself.Psalm 27:12

Psalm 28:7The Lord is my helper and my protector. In him, my heart has hoped and I have been helped. And my flesh has flourished again. And from my will, I shall confess to him.Psalm 28:7

Psalm 31:13For I have heard the harsh criticism of many who linger in the area. While assembled together against me in that place, they deliberated on how to take away my life.Psalm 31:13

Psalm 31:18May deceitful lips be silenced: those that speak iniquity against the just, in arrogance and in abusiveness.Psalm 31:18

Psalm 32:5I have acknowledged my offense to you, and I have not concealed my injustice. I said, “I will confess against myself, my injustice to the Lord,” and you forgave the impiety of my sin.Psalm 32:5

Psalm 35:4Let them be confounded and in awe, who pursue my soul. Let them be turned back and be confounded, who think up evil against me.Psalm 35:4

Psalm 35:15And they have been joyful against me, and they joined together. Scourges have been gathered over me, and I was ignorant of it.Psalm 35:15

Psalm 35:26Let them blush and be in awe together, those who congratulate at my misfortunes. Let them be clothed with confusion and awe, who speak great things against me.Psalm 35:26

Psalm 38:11My friends and my neighbors have drawn near and stood against me. And those who were next to me stood far apart. And those who sought my soul used violence.Psalm 38:11

Psalm 38:12And those who sought evil accusations against me were speaking emptiness. And they practiced deceitfulness all day long.Psalm 38:12

Psalm 38:16For I said, “Lest at any time, my enemies might rejoice over me,” and, “While my feet are being shaken, they have spoken great things against me.”Psalm 38:16

Psalm 39:1Unto the end. For Jeduthun himself. A Canticle of David. I said, “I will keep to my ways, so that I will not offend with my tongue.” I posted a guard at my mouth, when a sinner took up a position against me.Psalm 39:1

Psalm 41:4I said, “O Lord, be merciful to me. Heal my soul, because I have sinned against you.”Psalm 41:4

Psalm 41:5My enemies have spoken evils against me. When will he die and his name perish?Psalm 41:5

Psalm 41:7All my enemies were whispering against me. They were thinking up evils against me.Psalm 41:7

Psalm 41:8They established an unjust word against me. Will he that sleeps no longer rise again?Psalm 41:8

Psalm 41:10But you, O Lord, have mercy on me, and raise me up again. And I will requite them.Psalm 41:10

Psalm 44:6With you, we will brandish a horn before our enemies; and in your name, we will spurn those rising up against us.Psalm 44:6

Psalm 50:20Sitting, you spoke against your brother, and you set up a scandal against your mother’s son.Psalm 50:20

Psalm 50:21These things you have done, and I was silent. You thought, unjustly, that I ought to be like you. But I will reprove you, and I will set myself against your face.Psalm 50:21

Psalm 51:2Wash me once again from my iniquity, and cleanse me from my sin.Psalm 51:2

Psalm 54:3For strangers have risen up against me, and the strong have sought my soul. And they have not set God before their eyes.Psalm 54:3

Psalm 55:12For if my enemy had spoken evil about me, certainly, I would have sustained it. And if he who hated me had been speaking great things against me, I would perhaps have hidden myself from him.Psalm 55:12

Psalm 56:2Have mercy on me, O God, because man has trampled over me. All day long, he has afflicted me by fighting against me.Psalm 56:2

Psalm 56:3My enemies have trampled over me all day long. For those who make war against me are many.Psalm 56:3

Psalm 56:6All day long, they curse my words. All their intentions are for evil against me.Psalm 56:6

Psalm 59:1Unto the end. May you not destroy. Of David, with the inscription of a title, when Saul sent and watched his house, in order to execute him. Rescue me from my enemies, my God, and free me from those who rise up against me.Psalm 59:1

Psalm 62:3How is it that you rush against a man? Every one of you puts to death, as if you were pulling down a ruined wall, leaning over and falling apart.Psalm 62:3

Psalm 64:8and their tongues have been weakened against them. All those who saw them have been troubled;Psalm 64:8

Psalm 69:12Those who sat at the gate spoke against me, and those who drank wine made me their song.Psalm 69:12

Psalm 71:4Rescue me, O my God, from the hand of the sinner, and from the hand of the unjust and those who act against the law.Psalm 71:4

Psalm 71:10For my enemies have spoken against me. And those who watched for my soul have taken counsel as one,Psalm 71:10

Psalm 71:20How great is the tribulation that you have revealed to me: very great and evil. And so, turning back, you have brought me to life, and you have led me back again from the abyss of the earth.Psalm 71:20

Psalm 73:9They have set their mouth against heaven, and their tongue has traversed the earth.Psalm 73:9

Psalm 74:3Lift up your hands against their arrogance in the end. How great the malice of the enemy has been in the sanctuary!Psalm 74:3

Psalm 74:18Be mindful of this: the enemy placed blame against the Lord, and a foolish people has incited against your name.Psalm 74:18

Psalm 74:22Rise up, O God, judge your own case. Call to mind the accusations against you, which are made by the foolish all day long.Psalm 74:22

Psalm 75:5Do not exalt your horn on high. Do not speak iniquity against God.Psalm 75:5

Psalm 78:17And yet, they continued to sin against him. In a waterless place, they provoked the Most High with resentment.Psalm 78:17

Psalm 79:12And repay our neighbors sevenfold within their sinews. It is the reproach of the same ones who brought reproach against you, O Lord.Psalm 79:12

Psalm 83:3They have acted with malice in counsel over your people, and they have plotted against your holy ones.Psalm 83:3

Psalm 83:5For they plotted unanimously. Joined together against you, they ordained a covenant:Psalm 83:5

Psalm 86:14O God, the iniquitous have risen up against me, and the synagogue of the powerful have sought my soul, and they have not placed you in their sight.Psalm 86:14

Psalm 91:12With their hands, they will carry you, lest you hurt your foot against a stone.Psalm 91:12

Psalm 92:11And my eye has looked down upon my enemies, and my ear will hear of the malignant rising up against me.Psalm 92:11

Psalm 94:16Who will rise up with me against the malignant? Or who will stand with me against the workers of iniquity?Psalm 94:16

Psalm 102:8All day long my enemies reproached me, and those who praised me swore oaths against me.Psalm 102:8

Psalm 109:2O God, do not be silent toward my praise, for the mouth of the sinner and the mouth of the deceitful one have been opened against me.Psalm 109:2

Psalm 109:3They have spoken against me with deceitful tongues, and they have surrounded me with hateful words, and they fought against me over nothing.Psalm 109:3

Psalm 109:5And they set evil against me, instead of good, and hatred, in return for my love.Psalm 109:5

Psalm 109:20This is the work of those who detract me with the Lord and who speak evils against my soul.Psalm 109:20

Psalm 109:28They will curse, and you will bless. May those who rise up against me be confounded. But your servant will rejoice.Psalm 109:28

Psalm 114:3The sea looked, and it fled. The Jordan was turned back again.Psalm 114:3

Psalm 116:7Turn again, my soul, to your rest. For the Lord has done good to you.Psalm 116:7

Psalm 119:11I have hidden your eloquence in my heart, so that I may not sin against you.Psalm 119:11

Psalm 119:23For even the leaders sat and spoke against me. But your servant has been trained in your justifications.Psalm 119:23

Psalm 119:84How many are the days of your servant? When will you bring judgment against those who persecute me?Psalm 119:84

Psalm 120:7With those who hated peace, I was peaceful. When I spoke to them, they fought against me without cause.Psalm 120:7

Psalm 124:2if the Lord had not been with us, when men rose up against us,Psalm 124:2

Psalm 124:3perhaps they would have swallowed us alive. When their fury was enraged against us,Psalm 124:3

Psalm 129:1A Canticle in steps. They have often fought against me from my youth, let Israel now say:Psalm 129:1

Psalm 129:2they have often fought against me from my youth, yet they could not prevail over me.Psalm 129:2

Psalm 137:9Blessed is he who will take hold of your little ones and dash them against the rock.Psalm 137:9

Psalm 138:7If I wander into the midst of tribulation, you will revive me. For you extended your hand against the wrath of my enemies. And your right hand has accomplished my salvation.Psalm 138:7

Psalm 139:2You have known my sitting down and my rising up again.Psalm 139:2

Psalm 139:6Your knowledge has become a wonder to me. It has been reinforced, and I am not able to prevail against it.Psalm 139:6

Psalm 140:8O Lord, do not hand me over to the sinner by my desire. They have plotted against me. Do not abandon me, lest they should triumph.Psalm 140:8

Psalm 142:6Attend to my supplication. For I have been humbled exceedingly. Free me from my persecutors, for they have been fortified against me.Psalm 142:6

Number of the word / term Again in Psalm: 77

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Proverbs

Proverbs 1:11If they should say: “Come with us. We will lie in wait for blood. We will lay traps against the innocent, without cause.Proverbs 1:11

Proverbs 1:18Likewise, they lie in ambush against their own blood, and they undertake deceits against their own souls.Proverbs 1:18

Proverbs 2:19All those who enter to her will not return again, nor will they take hold of the paths of life.Proverbs 2:19

Proverbs 3:29Do not undertake evil against your friend, even though he has trust in you.Proverbs 3:29

Proverbs 3:30Do not contend against a man without cause, even though he has done no evil to you.Proverbs 3:30

Proverbs 8:36But he who sins against me will wound his own soul. All who hate me love death.”Proverbs 8:36

Proverbs 14:7Go against a foolish man, and he does not acknowledge lips of prudence.Proverbs 14:7

Proverbs 14:31Whoever slanders the indigent argues against his Maker. But he who has compassion on the poor honors his Maker.Proverbs 14:31

Proverbs 17:11The evil one continually seeks conflicts. But a cruel Angel shall be sent against him.Proverbs 17:11

Proverbs 19:3The foolishness of a man undermines his steps. And then he seethes in his soul against God.Proverbs 19:3

Proverbs 21:30There is no wisdom, there is no prudence, there is no counsel, which is against the Lord.Proverbs 21:30

Proverbs 22:26Do not be willing to be with those who certify with their hands, and who offer themselves as a guarantee against debts.Proverbs 22:26

Proverbs 23:11For their close relative is strong, and he will judge their case against you.Proverbs 23:11

Proverbs 24:16For the just one will fall seven times, and he shall rise again. But the impious will fall into evil.Proverbs 24:16

Proverbs 24:25Those who argue against the impious shall be praised, and a blessing shall come upon them.Proverbs 24:25

Proverbs 24:28Do not be a witness without cause against your neighbor. And do not mislead anyone with your lips.Proverbs 24:28

Proverbs 25:18A man who speaks false testimony against his neighbor is like a dart and a sword and a sharp arrow.Proverbs 25:18

Proverbs 26:2Like a bird flying away to another place, and like a sparrow that hurries away freely, so also a curse uttered against someone without cause will pass away.Proverbs 26:2

Proverbs 28:4Those who abandon the law praise the impious. Those who guard it are inflamed against him.Proverbs 28:4

Number of the word / term Again in Proverbs: 19

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Ecclesiastes

Ecclesiastes 1:5The sun rises and sets; it returns to its place, and from there, being born again,Ecclesiastes 1:5

Ecclesiastes 1:6it circles through the south, and arcs toward the north. The spirit continues on, illuminating everything in its circuit, and turning again in its cycle.Ecclesiastes 1:6

Ecclesiastes 1:7All rivers enter into the sea, and the sea does not overflow. To the place from which the rivers go out, they return, so that they may flow again.Ecclesiastes 1:7

Ecclesiastes 4:12And if a man can prevail against one, two may withstand him, and a threefold cord is broken with difficulty.Ecclesiastes 4:12

Ecclesiastes 5:8If you see false accusations against the indigent, and violent judgments, and subverted justice in the government, do not be surprised over this situation. For those in high places have others who are higher, and there are still others, more eminent, over these.Ecclesiastes 5:8

Ecclesiastes 6:10Whoever shall be in the future, his name has already been called. And it is known that he is a man and that he is not able to contend in judgment against one who is stronger than himself.Ecclesiastes 6:10

Ecclesiastes 7:14In good times, enjoy good things, but beware of an evil time. For just as God has establish the one, so also the other, in order that man may not find any just complaint against him.Ecclesiastes 7:14

Ecclesiastes 8:11For the sons of men perpetrate evils without any fear, because judgment is not pronounced quickly against the evil.Ecclesiastes 8:11

Ecclesiastes 9:14There was a small city, with a few men in it. There came against it a great king, who surrounded it, and built fortifications all around it, and the blockade was completed.Ecclesiastes 9:14

Ecclesiastes 11:1Cast your bread over running waters. For, after a long time, you shall find it again.Ecclesiastes 11:1

Number of the word / term Again in Ecclesiastes: 10

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Song

Song of Solomon 1:6Do not be concerned that I am dark, for the sun has changed my color. The sons of my mother have fought against me. They have made me the keeper of the vineyards. My own vineyard I have not kept.Song of Solomon 1:6

Song of Solomon 1:9O my love, I have compared you to my company of horsem*n against the chariots of Pharaoh.Song of Solomon 1:9

Number of the word / term Again in Song: 2

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Isaiah

Isaiah 2:4And he will judge the nations, and he will rebuke many peoples. And they shall forge their swords into plowshares, and their spears into sickles. Nation will not lift up sword against nation, neither will they continue to train for battle.Isaiah 2:4

Isaiah 3:5And the people will rush, man against man, and each one against his neighbor. The child shall rebel against the elder, and the ignoble against the noble.Isaiah 3:5

Isaiah 3:8For Jerusalem is ruined, and Judah has fallen, because their words and their plans are against the Lord, in order to provoke the eyes of his majesty.Isaiah 3:8

Isaiah 5:25For this reason, the fury of the Lord has been enraged against his people, and he has extended his hand over them, and he has struck them. And the mountains were disturbed. And their carcasses became like dung in the midst of the streets. After all this, his fury was not turned away; instead, his hand was still extended.Isaiah 5:25

Isaiah 7:1And it happened in the days of Ahaz, the son of Jotham, the son of Uzziah, the king of Judah, that Rezin, the king of Syria, and Pekah, the son of Remaliah, king of Israel, ascended to Jerusalem to battle against it. But they were not able to defeat it.Isaiah 7:1

Isaiah 7:5For Syria has undertaken a plan against you, with the evil of Ephraim and the son of Remaliah, saying:Isaiah 7:5

Isaiah 8:21And he will pass by it; he will fall and become hungry. And when he is hungry, he will become angry, and he will speak evil against his king and his God, and he will lift himself upward.Isaiah 8:21

Isaiah 9:20And he will turn toward the right, and he will be hungry. And he will eat toward the left, and he will not be satisfied. Each one will eat the flesh of his own arm: Manasseh Ephraim, and Ephraim Manasseh, and together they will be against Judah.Isaiah 9:20

Isaiah 10:6I will send him to a deceitful nation, and I will order him against the people of my fury, so that he may take away the plunder, and tear apart the prey, and place it to be trampled like the mud of the streets.Isaiah 10:6

Isaiah 10:12And this shall be: when the Lord will have completed each of his works on Mount Zion and in Jerusalem, I will act against the fruit of the exalted heart of king Assur, and against the glory of the haughtiness of his eyes.Isaiah 10:12

Isaiah 10:15Should the axe glorify itself over him who wields it? Or can the saw exalt itself over him who pulls it? How can a rod lift itself up against him who wields it, or a staff exalt itself, though it is only wood?Isaiah 10:15

Isaiah 10:21The remnant of Jacob, again I say the remnant, will be converted to the mighty God.Isaiah 10:21

Isaiah 10:26And the Lord of hosts will raise up a scourge over him, like the scourge of Midian at the rock of Oreb, and he will raise up his rod over the sea, and he will lift it up against the way of Egypt.Isaiah 10:26

Isaiah 10:32It is still daylight, so stand at Nob. He will shake his hand against the mountain of the daughter of Zion, the hill of Jerusalem.Isaiah 10:32

Isaiah 11:13And the envy of Ephraim will be taken away, and the enemies of Judah will perish. Ephraim will not be a rival to Judah, and Judah will not fight against Ephraim.Isaiah 11:13

Isaiah 13:11And I will act against the evils of the world, and against the impious for their iniquity. And I will cause the pride of the unfaithful to cease, and I will bring down the arrogance of the strong.Isaiah 13:11

Isaiah 13:17Behold, I will stir up the Medes against them. They will not seek silver, nor desire gold.Isaiah 13:17

Isaiah 14:4you will accept this parable against the king of Babylon, and you will say: “How is it that the oppressor has ceased, along with his tribute?Isaiah 14:4

Isaiah 14:22But I will rise up against them, says the Lord of hosts. And I will perish the name of Babylon and its remnants: both the plant and its progeny, says the Lord.Isaiah 14:22

Isaiah 19:2And I will cause Egyptian to rush against Egyptian. And they will fight: a man against his brother, and a man against his friend, city against city, kingdom against kingdom.Isaiah 19:2

Isaiah 20:1In the year in which Tharthan entered into Ashdod, when Sargon, the king of the Assyrians, had sent him, and when he had fought against Ashdod and had captured it,Isaiah 20:1

Isaiah 23:8Who has made this plan against Tyre, which formerly was crowned, whose merchants were leaders, whose traders were illustrious on the earth?Isaiah 23:8

Isaiah 23:11He has extended his hand over the sea. He has stirred up kingdoms. The Lord has given an order against Canaan, so that he may crush its strong.Isaiah 23:11

Isaiah 23:17And this shall be after seventy years: the Lord will visit Tyre, and he will lead her back to her profits. And she will fornicate again with all the kingdoms of the world upon the face of the earth.Isaiah 23:17

Isaiah 24:20The earth will stagger greatly, like a drunken man, and will be carried away, like the tent of a single night. And its iniquity will be heavy upon it, and it will fall and not rise up again.Isaiah 24:20

Isaiah 25:4For you have been the strength of the poor, the strength of the indigent in his tribulation, a refuge from the whirlwind, a shadow from the heat. For the spirit of the mighty is like a whirlwind striking against a wall.Isaiah 25:4

Isaiah 26:14Let not the dead live; let not the giants rise up again. For this reason, you have visited and destroyed them, and you have perished all remembrance of them.Isaiah 26:14

Isaiah 26:19Your dead shall live. My slain will rise again. Be awakened, and give praise, you who live in the dust! For your dew is the dew of the light, and you shall be dragged down to the land of the giants, to ruination.Isaiah 26:19

Isaiah 26:21For behold, the Lord will go forth from his place, so that he may visit the iniquity of each inhabitant of the earth against him. And the earth will reveal its blood, and it will no longer cover its slain.Isaiah 26:21

Isaiah 27:1In that day, the Lord will visit, with his harsh and great and strong sword, against Leviathan, the barred serpent, and against Leviathan, the twisted serpent, and he will slay the whale that is in the sea.Isaiah 27:1

Isaiah 27:3I am the Lord, who watches over it. I will suddenly give drink to it. I will watch over it, night and day, lest perhaps someone visit against it.Isaiah 27:3

Isaiah 27:4Indignation is not mine. Who will be a thorn and a brier to me in battle? I will advance against them. I set them on fire together.Isaiah 27:4

Isaiah 27:6As they advance with violence against Jacob, Israel will flourish and spring forth, and they will fill the face of the world with offspring.Isaiah 27:6

Isaiah 28:10So then: command, and command again; command, and command again; expect, and expect again; a little here, and a little there.Isaiah 28:10

Isaiah 28:13And so, the word of the Lord to them will be: “Command, and command again; command, and command again; expect, and expect again; a little here, and a little there,” so that they may go forward and fall backward, and so that they may be broken and ensnared and captured.Isaiah 28:13

Isaiah 29:1Woe to Ariel, to Ariel the city against which David fought: year has been added to year, the solemnities have unfolded.Isaiah 29:1

Isaiah 29:3And I will surround you like a sphere all around you, and I will raise up a rampart against you, and I will set up fortifications to blockade you.Isaiah 29:3

Isaiah 29:5And the multitude of those who fan you will be like fine dust. And the multitude of those who have prevailed against you will be like embers fading away.Isaiah 29:5

Isaiah 29:7And the multitude of all the nations that have struggled against Ariel will be like the dream of a vision by night, along with all who have battled, and besieged, and prevailed against it.Isaiah 29:7

Isaiah 29:8And it will be like one who is hungry and dreams of eating, but, when he has been awakened, his soul is empty. And it will be like one who is thirsty and dreams of drinking, but, after he has been awakened, he still languishes in thirst, and his soul is empty. So shall the multitude of all the nations be, who have struggled against Mount Zion.Isaiah 29:8

Isaiah 29:16This intention of yours is perverse. It is as if the clay were to plan against the potter, or as if the work were to say to its maker: “You did not make me.” Or it is as if what has been formed were to say to the one who formed it, “You do not understand.”Isaiah 29:16

Isaiah 29:21For they caused men to sin by a word, and they supplanted him who argued against them at the gates, and they turned away from justice in vain.Isaiah 29:21

Isaiah 30:32And when the passage of the staff has been begun, the Lord will cause it to rest upon him, with timbrels and harps. And with special battles, he will fight against them.Isaiah 30:32

Isaiah 31:2Therefore, being wise, he has permitted harm, and he has not removed his words, and he will rise up against the house of the wicked and against those who assist the workers of iniquity.Isaiah 31:2

Isaiah 36:1And it happened that, in the fourteenth year of king Hezekiah, Sennacherib, the king of the Assyrians, went up against all the fortified cities of Judah, and he seized them.Isaiah 36:1

Isaiah 36:6Behold, you are trusting in Egypt, in that broken staff of a reed. But if a man were to lean against it, it would enter his hand and pierce it. So is Pharaoh, the king of Egypt, to all who trust in him.Isaiah 36:6

Isaiah 36:10do I intend to go up against this land to destroy it without the Lord? But the Lord said to me, ‘Go up against this land, and destroy it.’ ”Isaiah 36:10

Isaiah 37:8Then Rabshakeh returned, and he found the king of the Assyrians fighting against Libnah. For he had heard that he had set out from Lachish.Isaiah 37:8

Isaiah 37:9And he heard from Tirhakah, the king of Ethiopia: “He has gone forth so that he may fight against you.” And when he had heard this, he sent messengers to Hezekiah, saying:Isaiah 37:9

Isaiah 37:23Whom have you insulted? And whom have you blasphemed? And against whom have you lifted up your voice and raised up your eyes on high? Against the Holy One of Israel!Isaiah 37:23

Isaiah 37:28I know your habitation, and your arrival, and your departure, and your madness against me.Isaiah 37:28

Isaiah 37:29When you became angry against me, your arrogance rose up to my ears. Therefore, I will place a ring in your nose, and a bit between your lips. And I will turn you back on the road by which you arrived.Isaiah 37:29

Isaiah 41:11Behold, all who fight against you shall be confounded and ashamed. They will be as if they did not exist, and the men who contradict you will perish.Isaiah 41:11

Isaiah 41:12You will seek them, and you will not find them. The men who rebel against you will be as if they did not exist. And the men who make war against you will be like something that has been consumed.Isaiah 41:12

Isaiah 42:13The Lord will go forth like a strong man; like a man of battle, he will stir up zeal. He will shout and cry out. He will prevail against his enemies.Isaiah 42:13

Isaiah 42:17They have been converted again. Let those who trust in graven idols be greatly confounded, for they say to a molten thing, “You are our god.”Isaiah 42:17

Isaiah 42:24Who has handed over Jacob into plunder, and Israel into devastation? It is not the Lord himself, against whom we have sinned? And they were not willing to walk in his ways, and they have not listened to his law.Isaiah 42:24

Isaiah 45:24Therefore, he will say, “In the Lord are my justices and my dominion.” They will go to him. And all who fight against him will be confounded.Isaiah 45:24

Isaiah 50:8He who justifies me is near. Who will speak against me? Let us stand together. Who is my adversary? Let him approach me.Isaiah 50:8

Isaiah 54:17No object which has been formed to use against you will succeed. And every tongue that resists you in judgment, you shall judge. This is the inheritance of the servants of the Lord, and this is their justice with me, says the Lord.Isaiah 54:17

Isaiah 57:4Whom are you mocking? Against whom have you opened your mouth wide and wagged your tongue? Are you not sons of wickedness, a lying offspring,Isaiah 57:4

Isaiah 57:18I saw his ways, and I healed him, and I led him back again, and I restored consolations to him and to those who mourn for him.Isaiah 57:18

Isaiah 59:13sinning and lying against the Lord. And we have turned away, not so as to go after our God, and so that we were speaking calumny and transgression. We have conceived, and spoken from the heart, words of falsehood.Isaiah 59:13

Isaiah 63:10But they themselves provoked to wrath and afflicted his Holy Spirit, and he was turned to be for them like an enemy, and he himself went to war against them.Isaiah 63:10

Isaiah 66:24And they will go out, and they will view the carcasses of the men who have transgressed against me. Their worm will not die, and their fire will not be extinguished. And they will be a sight to all flesh even unto revulsion.Isaiah 66:24

Number of the word / term Again in Isaiah: 65

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Jeremiah

Jeremiah 1:19And they will make war against you, but they will not prevail. For I am with you, says the Lord, so that I may free you.”Jeremiah 1:19

Jeremiah 2:9Because of this, I will still contend in judgment against you, says the Lord, and I will dispute with your sons.Jeremiah 2:9

Jeremiah 2:29Why do you want to contend against me in judgment? You have all forsaken me, says the Lord.Jeremiah 2:29

Jeremiah 2:36How exceedingly vile you have become, repeating your ways again and again! And so, you will be ashamed of Egypt, just as you were ashamed of Assur.Jeremiah 2:36

Jeremiah 3:25We will sleep in our confusion, and our disgrace will cover us. For we have sinned against the Lord our God: we and our fathers, from our youth, even to this day. And we have not listened to the voice of the Lord our God.”Jeremiah 3:25

Jeremiah 4:16Say to the nations: ‘Behold, it has been heard in Jerusalem! Guardians are coming from a far away land, to utter their voice against the cities of Judah.’Jeremiah 4:16

Jeremiah 5:9Shall I not visit against these things, says the Lord? And shall my soul not take vengeance on a nation such as this?Jeremiah 5:9

Jeremiah 5:11For the house of Israel and the house of Judah have greatly transgressed against me, says the Lord.Jeremiah 5:11

Jeremiah 5:29Shall I not visit against these things, says the Lord? Or shall my soul not take vengeance on a nation of this kind?Jeremiah 5:29

Jeremiah 6:3The pastors will come to her with their flocks. They have pitched their tents against her all around. Each one will feed those who are under his hand.Jeremiah 6:3

Jeremiah 6:4‘Sanctify a war against her! Rise up together, and let us ascend at midday.’ ‘Woe to us! For the day has declined; for the shadows of the evening have grown longer.’Jeremiah 6:4

Jeremiah 6:23They will take hold of arrow and shield. They are cruel, and they will not take pity. Their voice will roar like the ocean. And they will climb upon horses, for they have been prepared like men for battle, against you, O daughter of Zion.Jeremiah 6:23

Jeremiah 7:20Therefore, thus says the Lord God: “Behold, my fury and my indignation is kindled against this place, over men and over beasts, and over the trees of the countryside and over the fruits of the land, and it will burn and not be extinguished.”Jeremiah 7:20

Jeremiah 8:14“Why are we sitting still? Assemble, and let us enter the fortified city, and let us remain silent there. For the Lord our God has brought us to silence, and he has given us the water of gall as a drink. For we have sinned against the Lord.Jeremiah 8:14

Jeremiah 8:17For behold, I will send among you serpents, king snakes, against which there is no charm, and they will bite you, says the Lord.Jeremiah 8:17

Jeremiah 9:4Let each one guard himself against his neighbor, and let him have no trust in any brother of his. For every brother will utterly overthrow, and every friend will advance deceitfully.Jeremiah 9:4

Jeremiah 11:17And the Lord of hosts, who planted you, has pronounced an evil against you, concerning the evils of the house of Israel and the house of Judah, which they have done to themselves so as to provoke me, by offering libations to Baal.”Jeremiah 11:17

Jeremiah 11:19And I was like a meek lamb, who is being carried to be a victim. And I did not realize that they had devised plans against me, saying: “Let us place wood upon his bread, and let us eradicate him from the land of the living, and let his name no longer be remembered.”Jeremiah 11:19

Jeremiah 11:20But you, O Lord of hosts, who judges justly, and who tests the temperament and the heart, let me see your vengeance against them. For I have revealed my case to you.Jeremiah 11:20

Jeremiah 12:6For even your brothers, and the house of your father, even these have fought against you. And they have cried out after you with loud voice: ‘You should not believe them, when they speak good things to you.’ ”Jeremiah 12:6

Jeremiah 12:8My inheritance has become for me like a lion in the forest. It has uttered a voice against me, therefore, I have hated it.Jeremiah 12:8

Jeremiah 12:14Thus says the Lord against all my wicked neighbors, who touch the inheritance that I have distributed to my people Israel: “Behold, I will root them out of their own land, and I will root the house of Judah out of their midst.Jeremiah 12:14

Jeremiah 13:21What will you say when he visits upon you? For you have taught them against you, and you have instructed them with your own head. Will not pains take hold of you, as with a woman in labor?Jeremiah 13:21

Jeremiah 14:7“O Lord, if our iniquities have responded against us, let it be for the sake of your name. For our rebellions are many; we have sinned against you.Jeremiah 14:7

Jeremiah 14:10Thus says the Lord to this people, who have loved to move their feet, and who have not rested, but who have not pleased the Lord: “Now he will remember their iniquities, and now he will visit against their sins.”Jeremiah 14:10

Jeremiah 14:20O Lord, we acknowledge our impieties, the iniquities of our fathers, that we have sinned against you.Jeremiah 14:20

Jeremiah 15:3And I will visit against them in four ways, says the Lord: by the sword, to kill; and by dogs, to tear apart; and by the birds of the air and by the beasts of the earth, to devour and to scatter.Jeremiah 15:3

Jeremiah 15:8Their widows have been multiplied by me, more so than the sand of the sea. I have led them against the mother of a youth like an attacker at midday. I have sent a terror suddenly against the cities.Jeremiah 15:8

Jeremiah 15:11The Lord says: “Certainly, it will be well with your remnant. Certainly, I will run to meet you, in the time of affliction and in the time of tribulation, against the enemy.Jeremiah 15:11

Jeremiah 15:20And I will present you to this people as a strong wall of brass. And they will fight against you, and they will not prevail. For I am with you, so as to save you and to rescue you, says the Lord.Jeremiah 15:20

Jeremiah 16:10And when you announce all these words to this people, they will say to you: ‘Why would the Lord pronounce all this great evil against us? What is our iniquity and what is our sin that we have committed against the Lord our God?’Jeremiah 16:10

Jeremiah 18:7Suddenly, I will speak against a nation and against a kingdom, so that I may uproot, and destroy, and scatter it.Jeremiah 18:7

Jeremiah 18:8If that nation, against which I have spoken, will repent from their evil, I too will repent from the evil that I have decided I would do to them.Jeremiah 18:8

Jeremiah 18:11Now, therefore, speak to the men of Judah and to the inhabitants of Jerusalem, saying: Thus says the Lord: Behold, I am forming an evil against you, and I am considering a plan against you. Let each one of you return from his evil way, and direct your ways and your intentions well.”Jeremiah 18:11

Jeremiah 18:18And they said: “Come, and let us devise a plan against Jeremiah. For the law will not perish from the priest, nor counsel from the wise, nor a sermon from the prophet. Come, and let us strike him with the tongue, and let us pay no attention to any of his words.”Jeremiah 18:18

Jeremiah 18:23But you, O Lord, know all their plans against me unto death. May you not forgive their iniquity, and do not allow their sin be taken away from your face. Let them be thrown down in your sight, in the time of your fury, so that you may destroy them.Jeremiah 18:23

Jeremiah 19:11And you shall say to them: Thus says the Lord of hosts: In the same way, I will crush this people and this city, just as the potter’s vessel was crushed and cannot be made whole again. And they will be buried at Topheth, because there will be no other place for burial.Jeremiah 19:11

Jeremiah 19:15“Thus says the Lord of hosts, the God of Israel: Behold, I will lead over this community, and over all its cities, all the evils that I have spoken against it. For they have hardened their necks, so that they would not heed my words.”Jeremiah 19:15

Jeremiah 20:8For I speak now as I have long spoken: crying out against iniquity and proclaiming devastation. And the word of the Lord has been made into a reproach against me and a derision, all day long.Jeremiah 20:8

Jeremiah 20:10For I heard the insults of many, and terror all around: ‘Persecute him!’ and, ‘Let us persecute him!’ from all the men who had been at peace with me and who had kept watch by my side. ‘If only there were some way that he might be deceived, and we might prevail against him and obtain vengeance from him!’Jeremiah 20:10

Jeremiah 21:2“Question the Lord on our behalf, for Nebuchadnezzar, the king of Babylon, is fighting against us. Perhaps it may be that the Lord will act toward us according to all his wonders, and he may withdraw from us.”Jeremiah 21:2

Jeremiah 21:4Thus says the Lord, the God of Israel: Behold, I will turn back the weapons of war that are in your hands, with which you fight against the king of Babylon and the Chaldeans, who besiege you at the surrounding walls. And I will gather these things together in the midst of this city.Jeremiah 21:4

Jeremiah 21:5And I myself will make war against you: with an outstretched hand, and with a strong arm, and in fury, and in indignation, and in great wrath.Jeremiah 21:5

Jeremiah 21:10For I have set my face against this city for evil, and not for good, says the Lord. It will be given into the hand of the king of Babylon, and he will burn it with fire.Jeremiah 21:10

Jeremiah 21:13Behold, I am against you, O inhabitants of a valley with firm and level ground, says the Lord. And you say: ‘Who can strike us? And who can enter into our houses?’Jeremiah 21:13

Jeremiah 21:14But I will visit against you according to the fruit of your intentions, says the Lord. And I will kindle a fire in its forest. And it shall devour everything around it.”Jeremiah 21:14

Jeremiah 22:10You should not choose to weep for the dead, nor should you mourn over them with tears. Lament for him who is departing, for he will return no more, nor will he see his native land again.Jeremiah 22:10

Jeremiah 22:11For thus says the Lord to Shallum, the son of Josiah, the king of Judah, who reigned in place of his father, who has departed from this place: He will not return here again.Jeremiah 22:11

Jeremiah 23:30Therefore, behold: I am against the prophets, says the Lord, who steal my words, each one from his neighbor.Jeremiah 23:30

Jeremiah 23:31Behold, I am against the prophets, says the Lord, who take up their tongues and say: ‘The Lord says it.’Jeremiah 23:31

Jeremiah 23:32Behold, I am against the prophets, who dream what is false, says the Lord; who explain and so seduce my people with their falsehoods and with their miracles, though I did not send them, nor did I command them. They have offer nothing beneficial to this people, says the Lord.Jeremiah 23:32

Jeremiah 25:13And I will lead over that land all my words, which I have spoken against it, all that has been written in this book, everything whatsoever that Jeremiah has prophesied against all the nations.Jeremiah 25:13

Jeremiah 25:30And you shall prophesy to them all these words, and you shall say to them: The Lord will roar from on high, and he will utter his voice from his holy habitation. When roaring, he will roar over the place of his beauty. He will call out, like those who chant in rhythm as they trample the grapes, against all the inhabitants of the earth.Jeremiah 25:30

Jeremiah 26:9“Why has he prophesied in the name of the Lord, saying: ‘Like Shiloh, so shall this house be,’ and, ‘This city shall be made desolate, even without an inhabitant?’ ” And all the people were gathered together against Jeremiah in the house of the Lord.Jeremiah 26:9

Jeremiah 26:11And the priests and the prophets spoke to the leaders and to all the people, saying: “A judgment of death is for this man. For he has prophesied against this city, just as you have heard with your own ears.”Jeremiah 26:11

Jeremiah 26:13Now, therefore, make your ways and your intentions good, and heed the voice of the Lord your God. And then the Lord will repent of the evil that he has spoken against you.Jeremiah 26:13

Jeremiah 26:15Yet truly, know and understand this: if you kill me, you will be bringing innocent blood against yourselves, and against this city and its inhabitants. For in truth, the Lord sent me to you, so as to speak all these words in your hearing.”Jeremiah 26:15

Jeremiah 26:16And then the leaders and all the people said to the priests and to the prophets: “There is no judgment of death against this man. For he has spoken to us in the name of the Lord our God.”Jeremiah 26:16

Jeremiah 26:19Did the king of Judah, Hezekiah, with all of Judah, condemn him to death? Did they not fear the Lord, and petition the face of the Lord? And so the Lord repented of the evil that he had spoken against them. Therefore, we are committing a great evil against our own souls.Jeremiah 26:19

Jeremiah 26:20Likewise, there was a man prophesying in the name of the Lord: Uriah, the son of Shemaiah, of Kiriath-jearim. And he prophesied against this city and against this land, in accord with all the words of Jeremiah.Jeremiah 26:20

Jeremiah 27:13Why should you suffer death, you and your people, by the sword, and famine, and pestilence, just as the Lord has spoken against any nation that refuses to serve the king of Babylon?Jeremiah 27:13

Jeremiah 28:16For this reason, thus says the Lord: Behold, I will send you away from the face of the earth. This year, you shall die. For you have spoken against the Lord.”Jeremiah 28:16

Jeremiah 29:32For this reason, thus says the Lord: Behold, I will visit upon Shemaiah of Nehelam, and upon his offspring. There will not be, for him, even one man sitting in the midst of this people. And he will not see the good that I will accomplish for my people, says the Lord. For he has spoken a betrayal against the Lord.”Jeremiah 29:32

Jeremiah 30:20And their sons will be as in the beginning. And their assembly will remain in my sight. And I will visit against all those who trouble them.Jeremiah 30:20

Jeremiah 31:4And I will build you up again. And you shall be built up, O virgin of Israel. Still shall you be adorned with your timbrels, and still shall you go forth to the singing of those who play.Jeremiah 31:4

Jeremiah 32:5And he will lead Zedekiah to Babylon. And he will be there until I visit him, says the Lord. So then, if you contend against the Chaldeans, you will have no success.’ ”Jeremiah 32:5

Jeremiah 32:24Behold, fortifications were built against the city, so as to capture it. And the city was given into the hands of the Chaldeans, who fight against it, before the face of the sword, and of famine, and of pestilence. And what you have spoken has occurred, just as you yourself discern.Jeremiah 32:24

Jeremiah 32:29And the Chaldeans fighting against this city will advance, and set fire to it, and burn it, along with the houses on whose roofs they were offering sacrifice to Baal and were pouring out libations to strange gods, so that they provoked me to wrath.Jeremiah 32:29

Jeremiah 33:8And I will cleanse them from all their iniquity, by which they have sinned against me. And I will forgive all their iniquities, by which they have offended against me and have despised me.Jeremiah 33:8

Jeremiah 34:1The word that came to Jeremiah from the Lord, when Nebuchadnezzar, the king of Babylon, and his entire army, and all the kingdoms of the earth that were under the authority of his hand, and all the people were making war against Jerusalem and against all of its cities, saying:Jeremiah 34:1

Jeremiah 34:7And the army of the king of Babylon fought against Jerusalem and against all the cities of Judah that remained, against Lachish and against Azekah. For only these remained out of the cities of Judah that were fortified cities.Jeremiah 34:7

Jeremiah 34:11But later on, they turned back. And they took back again their man servants and their woman servants, whom they had released to be free. And they subjugated them as male and female servants.Jeremiah 34:11

Jeremiah 34:16But now you have turned back, and you have stained my name. For you have led back again, each one his man servant, and each one his woman servant, whom you had released so that they would be free and under their own authority. And you have subjugated them, so that they would be your servants and handmaids.”Jeremiah 34:16

Jeremiah 34:22Behold, I will command, says the Lord, and I will lead them back to this city, and they will fight against it, and seize it, and set it on fire. And I will make the cities of Judah into a desolation, for there shall be no inhabitant.”Jeremiah 34:22

Jeremiah 35:17For this reason, thus says the Lord of hosts, the God of Israel: Behold, I will lead over Judah and over all the inhabitants of Jerusalem, every evil that I have declared against them. For I have spoken to them, and they have not listened. I have called to them, and they have not responded to me.”Jeremiah 35:17

Jeremiah 36:2“Take the volume of a book, and you shall write in it all the words that I have spoken to you against Israel and Judah, and against all the nations, from the day when I first spoke to you, from the days of Josiah, even to this day.Jeremiah 36:2

Jeremiah 36:7Perhaps it may happen that they pray in the sight of the Lord, and each one may return from his wicked way. For great is the fury and indignation that the Lord has declared against this people.”Jeremiah 36:7

Jeremiah 36:30Because of this, thus says the Lord against Jehoiakim, the king of Judah: There will be, from him, no one who may sit upon the throne of David. And his dead body shall be cast out: to the heat by day, and to the frost by night.Jeremiah 36:30

Jeremiah 36:31And I will visit against him, and against his offspring, and against his servants for their iniquities. And I will lead over them, and over the inhabitants of Jerusalem, and over the men of Judah, all the evil that I have declared against them, for they have not listened.”Jeremiah 36:31

Jeremiah 37:8And the Chaldeans will return and will make war against this city. And they will seize it and burn it with fire.Jeremiah 37:8

Jeremiah 37:10But even if you were to strike down the entire army of the Chaldeans who are fighting against you, and if there were left behind from among them only a few wounded men, they would rise up, each one from his tent, and they would burn this city with fire.”Jeremiah 37:10

Jeremiah 37:18And Jeremiah said to king Zedekiah: “How have I sinned against you, or your servants, or your people, such that you would cast me into a house of imprisonment?Jeremiah 37:18

Jeremiah 38:9“My lord the king, these men have done evil in all that they have perpetrated against Jeremiah the prophet, casting him into the pit so that he would die there from famine. For there is no more bread in the city.”Jeremiah 38:9

Jeremiah 38:22Behold, all the women who remain in the house of the king of Judah will be led away to the rulers of the king of Babylon. And the women will say: ‘Your men of peacefulness have led you astray, and they have prevailed against you. They have immersed your feet in mud and have set them in a slippery place. And they have withdrawn from you.’Jeremiah 38:22

Jeremiah 39:5But the army of the Chaldeans pursued them. And they overtook Zedekiah in the plain of the desert of Jericho. And having captured him, they led him to Nebuchadnezzar, the king of Babylon, at Riblah, which is in the land of Hamath. And he declared a judgment against himJeremiah 39:5

Jeremiah 40:3and he has brought it. And the Lord has done just as he has spoken. For you have sinned against the Lord, and you have not heeded his voice, and so this word has happened to you.Jeremiah 40:3

Jeremiah 41:12And taking all the men, they set out to make war against Ishmael, the son of Nethaniah. And they found him at the great waters that are in Gibeon.Jeremiah 41:12

Jeremiah 42:18For thus says the Lord of hosts, the God of Israel: Just as my fury and my indignation has been enflamed over the inhabitants of Jerusalem, so will my indignation be enflamed over you, when you will have entered into Egypt. And so you will be an oath, and an astonishment, and a curse, and a disgrace. And you will never see this place again.Jeremiah 42:18

Jeremiah 43:3Instead, Baruch, the son of Neriah, has incited you against us, so as to deliver us into the hands of the Chaldeans, to put us to death and to cause us to be led away into Babylon.”Jeremiah 43:3

Jeremiah 44:7And now, thus says the Lord of hosts, the God of Israel: Why do you commit this great evil against your own souls, so that, among you, man and woman, child and infant would pass away from the midst of Judah, and so that no remnant at all would be left behind of you?Jeremiah 44:7

Jeremiah 44:13And I will visit against those who are living in the land of Egypt, just as I have visited against Jerusalem: with the sword, and with famine, and with pestilence.Jeremiah 44:13

Jeremiah 44:23This is because you have sacrificed to idols, and you have sinned against the Lord. And you have not heeded the voice of the Lord, and you have not walked in his law, and in his precepts, and in his testimonies. It is for this reason that these evils have happened to you, just as it is today.”Jeremiah 44:23

Jeremiah 44:26Because of this, listen to the word of the Lord, all you of Judah, who live in the land of Egypt: Behold, I have sworn by my great name, says the Lord, that my name will never again be invoked by the mouth of any man of Judah in the land of Egypt, saying: ‘As the Lord God lives.’Jeremiah 44:26

Jeremiah 44:29And this will be a sign to you, says the Lord, that I will visit against you in this place, so that truly you may know that my words will be completed against you for harm.”Jeremiah 44:29

Jeremiah 46:1The word of the Lord that came to Jeremiah the prophet against the Gentiles,Jeremiah 46:1

Jeremiah 46:2about Egypt, against the army of Pharaoh Neco, the king of Egypt, which was beside the river Euphrates at Carchemish, which Nebuchadnezzar, the king of Babylon, struck down, in the fourth year of Jehoiakim, the son of Josiah, the king of Judah:Jeremiah 46:2

Jeremiah 46:12The nations have heard of your disgrace, and your wailing has filled the earth. For the strong have stumbled against the strong, and both have fallen together.”Jeremiah 46:12

Jeremiah 46:22Her voice will sound out like brass. For they will rush forward with an army, and with axes they will come against her, like those who chop wood.Jeremiah 46:22

Jeremiah 46:25The Lord of hosts, the God of Israel, said: Behold, I will visit against the tumult of Alexandria, and against Pharaoh, and against Egypt, and against her gods, and against her kings, and against Pharaoh, and against those who trust in him.Jeremiah 46:25

Jeremiah 47:1The word of the Lord that came to Jeremiah, the prophet, against the Philistines, before Pharaoh struck Gaza.Jeremiah 47:1

Jeremiah 47:7But how can it find rest, when the Lord has ordered it against Ashkelon and against its maritime regions, and when a task has been appointed to it there?”Jeremiah 47:7

Jeremiah 48:12Because of this, behold, the days are approaching, says the Lord, when I will send to him those who will line up and knock down his bottles, and they will knock him down and empty his vessels, and they will break their bottles against one another.Jeremiah 48:12

Jeremiah 48:26Inebriate him, for he has lifted himself up against the Lord. And Moab will thrust his hand into his own vomit, and also now he himself will become a derision.Jeremiah 48:26

Jeremiah 48:27For Israel had been a derision to them. It was as if you had discovered him among thieves. Because of your own words, then, which you have spoken against him, you will be led away captive.Jeremiah 48:27

Jeremiah 48:42And Moab will cease to be a people. For he has been glorified against the Lord.Jeremiah 48:42

Jeremiah 49:14I have heard a report from the Lord, and an legate has been sent to the nations: ‘Gather yourselves together, and go forth against her, and let us rise up to battle.’Jeremiah 49:14

Jeremiah 49:19Behold, he will ascend like a lion from the arrogance of the Jordan, against the robust beauty. For I will cause him to rush against her suddenly. And who will be the elect one, whom I may appoint over her? For who is like me? And who can endure me? And who is that pastor who can withstand my countenance?Jeremiah 49:19

Jeremiah 49:28Against Kedar and against the kingdoms of Hazor, which Nebuchadnezzar, the king of Babylon, has struck down. Thus says the Lord: “Rise up and ascend to Kedar, and lay waste to the sons of the East.Jeremiah 49:28

Jeremiah 49:30Flee, go away urgently! Sit in deep pits, you who inhabit Hazor, says the Lord. For Nebuchadnezzar, the king of Babylon, has undertaken a counsel against you, and he has devised plans against you.Jeremiah 49:30

Jeremiah 49:34The word of the Lord that came to Jeremiah the prophet against Elam, in the beginning of the reign of Zedekiah, the king of Judah, saying:Jeremiah 49:34

Jeremiah 50:3For a nation has ascended against her from the north, which will set her land in desolation. And there will be no one who may live within it, from man even to beast. For they have been removed and have gone away.Jeremiah 50:3

Jeremiah 50:7All whom they have found, they have devoured. And their enemies have said: ‘We have not sinned. For it is they who have sinned against the Lord, the beauty of justice, and against the Lord, the hope of their fathers.’Jeremiah 50:7

Jeremiah 50:9For behold, I am raising up, and I will lead against Babylon, a congregation of great nations from the land of the north. And they will be prepared against her, and from there she will be taken. Their arrows, like those of a strong man, a killer, will not return empty.Jeremiah 50:9

Jeremiah 50:14Prepare yourselves against Babylon, on every side, all you who bend the bow. Make war against her! You should not spare the arrows, for she has sinned against the Lord.Jeremiah 50:14

Jeremiah 50:15Cry out against her! For where she has put forth a hand, her foundations have fallen, her walls have been destroyed. For it is the vengeance of the Lord. Take vengeance against her! Just as she has done, do so to her.Jeremiah 50:15

Jeremiah 50:21Ascend against the land of the rulers, and visit against its inhabitants! Scatter and destroy whatever has been left behind them, says the Lord, and act according to all that I have instructed you.Jeremiah 50:21

Jeremiah 50:26Advance against her from the furthest regions! Open, so that those who will trample her may go out! Take stones from the road, and gather them into piles, and destroy her. And let there be nothing left of her.Jeremiah 50:26

Jeremiah 50:29Announce it to the many in Babylon, to all who bend the bow. Stand together against her all around, and let no one escape. Repay her according to her work. In accord with all that she has done, do to her. For she has raised herself up against the Lord, against the Holy One of Israel.Jeremiah 50:29

Jeremiah 50:31Behold, I am against you, O proud one, says the Lord, the God of hosts. For your day has arrived, the time of your visitation.Jeremiah 50:31

Jeremiah 50:42They will take up the bow and the shield. They are cruel and merciless. Their voice will sound out, like the sea, and they will ride upon horses, like a man prepared for battle against you, O daughter of Babylon.Jeremiah 50:42

Jeremiah 50:45Because of this, listen to the counsel of the Lord, which he has conceived in his mind against Babylon, and to his thoughts, which he has devised against the land of the Chaldeans: “Certainly the little ones of the flocks will pull them down, unless their habitation will have been destroyed with them.Jeremiah 50:45

Jeremiah 51:1Thus says the Lord: “Behold, I will raise up, over Babylon and over its inhabitants, who have lifted up their heart against me, something like a pestilent wind.Jeremiah 51:1

Jeremiah 51:5Yet Israel and Judah have not been widowed by their God, the Lord of hosts, though their land has been filled with transgression against the Holy One of Israel.Jeremiah 51:5

Jeremiah 51:11Sharpen the arrows, fill the quivers. The Lord has raised up the spirit of the kings of the Medes. And his mind is against Babylon, so that he may destroy her. For this is the vengeance of the Lord, the vengeance of his temple.Jeremiah 51:11

Jeremiah 51:12Upon the walls of Babylon, lift up a sign. Increase the watch! Rouse the watchmen! Prepare ambushes! For the Lord has planned and has accomplished all that he has spoken, against the inhabitants of Babylon.Jeremiah 51:12

Jeremiah 51:14The Lord of hosts has sworn by himself, saying: “For I will fill you with men as with locusts, and they will sing a rhythmic chant against you.”Jeremiah 51:14

Jeremiah 51:25Behold, I am against you, you pestilent mountain, says the Lord, for you are corrupting the entire earth. And I will extend my hand over you, and I will roll you down from the rocks, and I will make you into a burning mountain.Jeremiah 51:25

Jeremiah 51:27Lift up a sign in the land! Sound the trumpet among the nations! Sanctify the nations against her. Announce against her the kings of Ararat, Minni, and Ashkenaz. Number against her Taphsar. Lead in the horse, like the stinging locust.Jeremiah 51:27

Jeremiah 51:28Sanctify the nations against her: the kings of Media, their military leaders, and all their civil leaders, and the entire land under their authority.Jeremiah 51:28

Jeremiah 51:29And the earth will be shaken and will be disturbed. For the plan of the Lord against Babylon will awaken, so that he may make the land of Babylon desolate and uninhabitable.Jeremiah 51:29

Jeremiah 51:35This iniquity is against me, and so my flesh is upon Babylon,” says the habitation of Zion. “And my blood is upon the inhabitants of Chaldea,” says Jerusalem.Jeremiah 51:35

Jeremiah 51:44And I will visit against Bel in Babylon, and I will cast from his mouth what he has swallowed. And the nations will no longer flow together before him. For even the wall of Babylon will also fall.Jeremiah 51:44

Jeremiah 51:47Because of this, behold, the days are approaching, when I will visit against the graven images of Babylon. And her entire land will be confounded, and all her slain will fall in her midst.Jeremiah 51:47

Jeremiah 51:52Because of this, behold, the days are approaching, says the Lord, when I will visit against her graven images, and within all her land the wounded will groan.Jeremiah 51:52

Jeremiah 51:60And Jeremiah wrote in one book all the evil that was to overwhelm Babylon; all these words were written against Babylon.Jeremiah 51:60

Jeremiah 51:62you will say: ‘O Lord, you have spoken against this place so that you may destroy it, so that there would not be anyone, from man even to beast, who may live in it, and so that it may be desolate forever.’Jeremiah 51:62

Jeremiah 52:4And it happened that, in the ninth year of his reign, in the tenth month, on the tenth of the month, Nebuchadnezzar, the king of Babylon, he and his entire army, came against Jerusalem. And they besieged it, and they built fortifications against it, on every side.Jeremiah 52:4

Jeremiah 52:9And when they had captured the king, they led him away to the king of Babylon at Riblah, which is in the land of Hamath. And he spoke a judgment against him.Jeremiah 52:9

Number of the word / term Again in Jeremiah: 138

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Lamentations

Lamentations 1:5HE. Her enemies have been made her leaders; her adversaries have been enriched. For the Lord has spoken against her, because of the multitude of her iniquities. Her little ones have been led into captivity before the face of the tribulator.Lamentations 1:5

Lamentations 1:8HETH. Jerusalem has sinned a grievous sin. Because of this, she has become unstable. All who glorified her have spurned her, because they have looked upon her disgrace. Then she groaned and turned away again.Lamentations 1:8

Lamentations 1:10JOD. The enemy has sent his hand against all her desirable ones. For she has watched the Gentiles enter her sanctuary, even though you instructed that they should not enter into your church.Lamentations 1:10

Lamentations 1:15SAMECH. The Lord has taken away all of my great ones from my midst. He has called forth time against me, so as to crush my elect ones. The Lord has trampled the winepress, which was for the virgin daughter of Judah.Lamentations 1:15

Lamentations 1:17PHE. Zion has reached out her hands; there is no one to console her. The Lord has given orders against Jacob; his enemies are all around him. Jerusalem among them is like a woman made unclean by menstruation.Lamentations 1:17

Lamentations 3:3ALEPH. Against me only, he has turned and turned again his hand, all day long.Lamentations 3:3

Lamentations 3:7GHIMEL. He has built against me all around, so that I may not depart. He has increased the burden of my confinement.Lamentations 3:7

Lamentations 3:59RES. You have seen, O Lord, their iniquity against me. Judge my case.Lamentations 3:59

Lamentations 3:60RES. You have seen all their fury, every one of their thoughts is against me.Lamentations 3:60

Lamentations 3:61SIN. You have heard their reproach, O Lord, all their thoughts are against me.Lamentations 3:61

Lamentations 3:62SIN. The lips of those who rise up against me, and their meditations, are against me all day long.Lamentations 3:62

Lamentations 5:22But you have utterly rejected us; you are vehemently angry against us.Lamentations 5:22

Number of the word / term Again in Lamentations: 12

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Ezekiel

Ezekiel 3:13and the voice of the wings of the living creatures striking against one another, and the voice of the wheels following the living creatures, and the voice of a great commotion.Ezekiel 3:13

Ezekiel 4:2And you shall set up a blockade against it, and you shall build fortifications, and you shall put together a rampart, and you shall encamp opposite it, and you shall place battering rams around it.Ezekiel 4:2

Ezekiel 4:3And you shall take up for yourself an iron frying pan, and place it as an iron wall between you and the city. And harden your face against it, and it shall be under a siege, and you shall surround it. This is a sign to the house of Israel.Ezekiel 4:3

Ezekiel 4:7And you shall turn your face toward the siege of Jerusalem, and your arm shall be extended. And you shall prophesy against it.Ezekiel 4:7

Ezekiel 4:17So then, when bread and water fail, each one may fall against his brother. And they shall waste away in their iniquities.”Ezekiel 4:17

Ezekiel 5:4And again, you shall take from them, and you shall throw them into the midst of the fire, and you shall burn them with fire. And from it, there shall go forth a fire to the entire house of Israel.”Ezekiel 5:4

Ezekiel 5:8therefore, thus says the Lord God: Behold, I am against you, and I myself will accomplish judgments in your midst, in the sight of the Gentiles.Ezekiel 5:8

Ezekiel 5:9And I will do in you what I have not done before, and the likes of which I will not do again, because of all your abominations.Ezekiel 5:9

Ezekiel 6:2“Son of man, set your face toward the mountains of Israel, and you shall prophesy against them,Ezekiel 6:2

Ezekiel 7:6The end is coming, the end is coming. It has been vigilant against you. Behold, it is approaching.Ezekiel 7:6

Ezekiel 8:6And he said to me: “Son of man, you see what these ones are doing, the great abominations that the house of Israel is committing here. Do you not think, then, that I should withdraw far away from my own sanctuary? But if you turn again, you will see even greater abominations.”Ezekiel 8:6

Ezekiel 8:13And he said to me: “If you turn again, you will see even greater abominations, which these ones are committing.”Ezekiel 8:13

Ezekiel 8:15And he said to me: “Certainly, son of man, you have seen. But if you turn again, you will see even greater abominations than these.”Ezekiel 8:15

Ezekiel 11:4Therefore, prophesy against them, prophesy, O son of man.”Ezekiel 11:4

Ezekiel 13:5You have not gone up against the adversary, and you have not established a wall for the house of Israel, so as to stand in battle on the day of the Lord.Ezekiel 13:5

Ezekiel 13:8Because of this, thus says the Lord God: Since you have spoken emptiness and have seen falsehoods, therefore: behold, I am against you, says the Lord God.Ezekiel 13:8

Ezekiel 13:15And I will fulfill my indignation against the wall, and against those who cover it without mixing the mortar, and I will say to you: The wall is no more, and those who covered it are no more:Ezekiel 13:15

Ezekiel 13:17And as for you, son of man, set your face against the daughters of your people, who prophesy from their own heart. And prophesy about them,Ezekiel 13:17

Ezekiel 13:20Because of this, thus says the Lord God: Behold, I am against your little pillows, with which you catch flying souls. And I will tear them away from your arms. And I will release the souls that you are capturing, the souls that should fly.Ezekiel 13:20

Ezekiel 14:8And I will set my face against that man, and I will make him an example and a proverb. And I will perish him from the midst of my people. And you shall know that I am the Lord.Ezekiel 14:8

Ezekiel 14:13“Son of man, when a land will have sinned against me, so that it transgresses grievously, I will extend my hand over it, and I will crush the staff of its bread. And I will send a famine upon it, and I will destroy from it both man and beast.Ezekiel 14:13

Ezekiel 15:7And I will set my face against them. They will go away from fire, and yet fire will consume them. And you shall know that I am the Lord, when I will have set my face against them,Ezekiel 15:7

Ezekiel 16:37Behold, I will gather all your lovers, with whom you have united, and all those whom you have loved, together with all those whom you have hated. And I will gather them together against you on every side. And I will uncover your disgrace before them, and they will see all your indecency.Ezekiel 16:37

Ezekiel 16:41And they will burn up your houses with fire, and they will carry out judgments against you in the sight of many women. And you will cease from fornication, and no longer give payment.Ezekiel 16:41

Ezekiel 16:44Behold, all who speak a common proverb will take this up against you, saying: ‘Like the mother, so also is her daughter.’Ezekiel 16:44

Ezekiel 17:17And not with a great army, nor with many people will Pharaoh undertake a battle against him, when he will cast up ramparts and build defenses, in order to put to death many souls.Ezekiel 17:17

Ezekiel 19:8And the Gentiles came together against him, on every side, from the provinces, and they spread their net over him; by their wounds, he was captured.Ezekiel 19:8

Ezekiel 20:8But they provoked me, and they were not willing to listen to me. Each one of them did not cast away the abominations of his eyes, nor did they leave behind the idols of Egypt. And so, I said that I would pour out my indignation upon them, and fulfill my wrath against them, in the midst of the land of Egypt.Ezekiel 20:8

Ezekiel 20:23Again, I lifted up my hand against them, in the wilderness, so that I would disperse them among the nations, and scatter them among the lands.Ezekiel 20:23

Ezekiel 20:36Just as I contended in judgment against your fathers in the desert of the land of Egypt, so also will I enter into judgment with you, says the Lord God.Ezekiel 20:36

Ezekiel 20:46“Son of man, set your face against the way of the south, and pour in drops toward Africa, and prophesy against the forest of the field of the meridian.Ezekiel 20:46

Ezekiel 21:2“Son of man, set your face toward Jerusalem, and pour in drops toward the sanctuaries, and prophesy against the soil of Israel.Ezekiel 21:2

Ezekiel 21:3And you shall say to the land of Israel: Thus says the Lord God: Behold, I am against you, and I will cast my sword from its sheath, and I will slay the just and the impious among you.Ezekiel 21:3

Ezekiel 21:4But in as much as I have slain among you the just and the impious, for this reason my sword will go forth from its sheath against all flesh, from the south even to the north.Ezekiel 21:4

Ezekiel 21:14You therefore, O son of man, prophesy, and strike hand against hand, and let the sword be doubled, and let the sword of the slain be tripled. This is the sword of the great slaughter, which causes them to be utterly stupefied,Ezekiel 21:14

Ezekiel 21:17And then I will clap hand against hand, and I will fulfill my indignation. I, the Lord, have spoken.”Ezekiel 21:17

Ezekiel 22:3And you shall reveal to her all her abominations. And you shall say: Thus says the Lord God: This is the city which sheds blood in her midst, so that her time may come, and which has made idols against herself, so that she may be defiled.Ezekiel 22:3

Ezekiel 23:5And then, Oholah committed fornication against me, and she acted madly with her lovers, with the Assyrians who approached her,Ezekiel 23:5

Ezekiel 23:22Because of this, Oholibah, thus says the Lord God: Behold, I will raise up against you all of your lovers, with whom your soul has been gorged. And I will gather them together against you all around:Ezekiel 23:22

Ezekiel 23:24And they will overwhelm you, well-equipped with chariot and wheel, a multitude of peoples. They will be armed against you on every side with armor and shield and helmet. And I will give judgment to their eyes, and they will judge you with their judgments.Ezekiel 23:24

Ezekiel 23:25And against you, I will set my zeal, which they will execute upon you with fury. They will cut off your nose and your ears. And what remains will fall by the sword. They will seize your sons and your daughters, and your youngest will be devoured by fire.Ezekiel 23:25

Ezekiel 24:2“Son of man, write for yourself the name of this day, on which the king of Babylon was confirmed against Jerusalem today.Ezekiel 24:2

Ezekiel 25:2“Son of man, set your face against the sons of Ammon, and you shall prophesy about them.Ezekiel 25:2

Ezekiel 25:6For thus says the Lord God: Because you have clapped your hands and stomped your foot, and have rejoiced with all your heart against the land of Israel,Ezekiel 25:6

Ezekiel 25:12Thus says the Lord God: Because Idumea has taken vengeance, so as to vindicate herself against the sons of Judah, and has sinned grievously, and has sought revenge against them,Ezekiel 25:12

Ezekiel 25:17And I will execute great vengeance against them, reproving them in fury. And they shall know that I am the Lord, when I will send my vengeance upon them.”Ezekiel 25:17

Ezekiel 26:3because of this, thus says the Lord God: Behold, I am against you, O Tyre, and I will cause many nations to rise up against you, just as the waves of the sea rise up.Ezekiel 26:3

Ezekiel 26:8Your daughters who are in the field, he will kill with the sword. And he will surround you with fortifications, and he will put together a rampart on all sides. And he will lift up a shield against you.Ezekiel 26:8

Ezekiel 27:36The merchants of the peoples have hissed over you. You have been reduced to nothing, and you shall not be again, even forever.”Ezekiel 27:36

Ezekiel 28:21“Son of man, set your face against Sidon, and you shall prophesy about it.Ezekiel 28:21

Ezekiel 28:22And you shall say: Thus says the Lord God: Behold, I am against you, Sidon, and I will be glorified in your midst. And they shall know that I am the Lord, when I will have executed judgments in her, and when I will have been sanctified in her.Ezekiel 28:22

Ezekiel 28:24And the house of Israel will no longer be a stumbling block of bitterness, nor a thorn bringing pain everywhere around them, to those who turn against them. And they shall know that I am the Lord God.”Ezekiel 28:24

Ezekiel 28:26And they shall live within it securely. And they shall build houses and plant vineyards. And they shall live in confidence, when I will have executed judgments upon all those who turn against them on every side. And they shall know that I am the Lord their God.”Ezekiel 28:26

Ezekiel 29:2“Son of man, set your face against Pharaoh, the king of Egypt, and you shall prophesy about him and about all of Egypt.Ezekiel 29:2

Ezekiel 29:3Speak, and you shall say: Thus says the Lord God: Behold, I am against you, Pharaoh, king of Egypt, you great dragon, who rests in the midst of your rivers. And you say: ‘Mine is the river, and I have made myself.’Ezekiel 29:3

Ezekiel 29:10Therefore, behold, I am against you and against your rivers. And I will make the land of Egypt into a wilderness, destroyed by the sword from the tower of Syene all the way to the borders of Ethiopia.Ezekiel 29:10

Ezekiel 29:18“Son of man, Nebuchadnezzar, the king of Babylon, has caused his army to serve with great servility against Tyre. Every head was shaven, and every shoulder was stripped of hair. And wages have not been paid to him, nor to his army, for Tyre, for the service by which he served for me against it.Ezekiel 29:18

Ezekiel 29:20and for the work by which he has served against it. I have given to him the land of Egypt, because he has labored for me, says the Lord God.Ezekiel 29:20

Ezekiel 30:22Because of this, thus says the Lord God: Behold, I am against Pharaoh, the king of Egypt, and I will shatter his strong arm, which has already been broken. And I will cast the sword away from his hand.Ezekiel 30:22

Ezekiel 34:4What was weak, you have not strengthened, and what was sick, you have not healed. What was broken, you have not bound, and what was cast aside, you have not led back again, and what was lost, you have not sought. Instead, you ruled over them with severity and with power.Ezekiel 34:4

Ezekiel 34:16I will seek what had been lost. And I will lead back again what had been cast aside. And I will bind up what had been broken. And I will strengthen what had been infirm. And I will preserve what was fat and strong. And I will feed them on judgment.Ezekiel 34:16

Ezekiel 35:2“Son of man, set your face against mount Seir, and you shall prophesy about it, and you shall say to it:Ezekiel 35:2

Ezekiel 35:3Thus says the Lord God: Behold, I am against you, mount Seir, and I will extend my hand over you, and I will make you desolate and deserted.Ezekiel 35:3

Ezekiel 35:13And you rose up against me with your mouth, and you disparaged against me with your words. I have heard.Ezekiel 35:13

Ezekiel 36:11And I will fill you again with men and with cattle. And they will be multiplied, and they will increase. And I will cause you to live as from the beginning, and I will give you even greater gifts than those you had from the start. And you shall know that I am the Lord.Ezekiel 36:11

Ezekiel 36:15Neither will I permit men to discover in you the shame of the Gentiles any more. And you shall never again bear the reproach of the peoples. And you shall not send your people away any more, says the Lord God.”Ezekiel 36:15

Ezekiel 38:2“Son of man, set your face against Gog, the land of Magog, the prince of the head of Meshech and Tubal, and prophesy about him.Ezekiel 38:2

Ezekiel 38:3And you shall say to him: Thus says the Lord God: Behold, I am against you, O Gog, prince of the head of Meshech and Tubal.Ezekiel 38:3

Ezekiel 38:21And I will call for the sword against him on all my mountains, says the Lord God. Each one’s sword will be directed toward his brother.Ezekiel 38:21

Ezekiel 39:1“But as for you, son of man, prophesy against Gog, and you shall say: Thus says the Lord God: Behold, I am above you, O Gog, prince of the head of Meshech and Tubal.Ezekiel 39:1

Ezekiel 44:12But because they ministered to them in the sight their idols, and they became a stumbling block of iniquity to the house of Israel, for this reason, I have lifted up my hand against them, says the Lord God, and they will bear their iniquity.Ezekiel 44:12

Ezekiel 47:4And again he measured one thousand, and he led me forward, through the water, up to the knees.Ezekiel 47:4

Number of the word / term Again in Ezekiel: 72

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Daniel

Daniel 2:7They answered again and said, “Let the king tell the dream to his servants, and we will reveal its interpretation.”Daniel 2:7

Daniel 3:19Then Nebuchadnezzar was filled with fury and the appearance of his face was changed against Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego, and he commanded that the furnace should be heated to seven times its usual fire.Daniel 3:19

Daniel 3:27And when the governors, and the magistrates, and the judges, and the powerful of the king had gathered together, they considered these men because the fire had no power against their bodies, and not a hair of their head had been scorched, and their pants had not been affected, and the smell of the fire had not passed onto them.Daniel 3:27

Daniel 3:29Therefore, this decree is established by me: that every people, tribe, and language, whenever they have spoken blasphemy against the God of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego, will perish and their homes will be destroyed. For there is no other God who is able to save in this way.”Daniel 3:29

Daniel 5:6Then the king’s countenance was changed, and his thoughts disturbed him, and he lost his self-control, and his knees knocked against one other.Daniel 5:6

Daniel 5:23But you have lifted yourself up against the Lord of heaven. And the vessels of his house have been presented before you. And you, and your nobles, and your wives, and your concubines, have drunk wine from them. Likewise, you have praised the gods of silver, and gold, and brass, iron, and wood and stone, who neither see, nor hear, nor feel, yet you have not glorified the God who holds your breath and all your ways in his hand.Daniel 5:23

Daniel 6:4Furthermore, the king considered setting him over the entire kingdom; whereupon the leaders and the governors sought to find a complaint against Daniel and in favor of the king. And they could find no case, or even suspicion, because he was faithful, and no fault or suspicion was found in him.Daniel 6:4

Daniel 6:5Therefore, these men said, “We will not find any complaint against this Daniel, unless it is against the law of his God.”Daniel 6:5

Daniel 6:17And a stone was brought, and it was placed over the mouth of the den, which the king sealed with his own ring, and with the ring of his nobles, so that no one would act against Daniel.Daniel 6:17

Daniel 7:21I watched, and behold, that horn made war against the holy ones and prevailed over them,Daniel 7:21

Daniel 7:25And he will speak words against the Supreme One, and will exhaust the holy ones of the Most High, and he will think about what it would take to change the times and the laws, and they will be given into his hand until a time, and times, and half a time.Daniel 7:25

Daniel 8:4After this, I saw the ram brandishing his horns against the West, and against the North, and against the Meridian, and all the beasts could not withstand him, nor be freed from his hand, and he did according to his own will, and he became great.Daniel 8:4

Daniel 8:7And when he approached near to the ram, he was enraged against him, and he struck the ram, and broke his two horns, and the ram could not withstand him, and when he had cast him down on the ground, he trampled him, and no one was able to free the ram from his hand.Daniel 8:7

Daniel 8:9But from one of them came forth one little horn, and it became great against the Meridian, and against the East, and against the strength.Daniel 8:9

Daniel 8:12And the advantage was given to him against the continual sacrifice, because of the sins, and truth will be struck down to the ground, and he will act, and he will prosper.Daniel 8:12

Daniel 8:25according to his will, and treachery will be guided by his hand. And his heart will be inflated, and by the abundance of everything he will kill many, and he will rise up against the Lord of lords, and he will be knocked down without a hand.Daniel 8:25

Daniel 9:7To you, O Lord, is justice, but to us is confusion of face, just as it is on this day for the men of Judah, and the inhabitants of Jerusalem, and all Israel, for those who are near and those who are far off, in all the lands to which you have driven them, because of their iniquities by which they have sinned against you.Daniel 9:7

Daniel 9:11And all Israel has transgressed your law and has turned away, not listening to your voice, and so the condemnation and the curse, which is written in the book of Moses, servant of God, has rained down upon us, because we have sinned against him.Daniel 9:11

Daniel 9:25Therefore, know and take heed: from the going forth of the word to build up Jerusalem again, until the Christ leader, there will be seven weeks of years, and sixty-two weeks of years; and the wide path will be built again, and the walls, in a time of anguish.Daniel 9:25

Daniel 10:18Therefore, he who looked like a man, touched me again and strengthened me.Daniel 10:18

Daniel 10:20And he said, “Do you not know why I have come to you? And next I will return, to fight against the leader of the Persians. When I was leaving, there appeared the leader of the Greeks arriving.Daniel 10:20

Daniel 11:2And now I will announce to you the truth. Behold, up to a certain point, three kings will stand in Persia, and the fourth will be exceedingly enriched in power above them all. And when he has grown strong by his resources, he will stir up all against the kingdom of Greece.Daniel 11:2

Daniel 11:8And, in addition, he will carry away captive into Egypt their gods, and their graven images, and likewise their precious vessels of gold and silver. He will prevail against the king of the North.Daniel 11:8

Daniel 11:11And the king of the South, having being challenged, will go forth and will fight against the king of the North, and he will prepare an exceedingly great multitude, and a multitude will be given into his hand.Daniel 11:11

Daniel 11:14And in those times, many will rise up against the king of the South. And likewise the sons of the deceivers among your people will extol themselves, so as to fulfill the vision, and they will collapse.Daniel 11:14

Daniel 11:16And when he arrives, he will do just as he pleases, and there will be none who stand against his face. And he will stand in the illustrious land, and it will be consumed by his hand.Daniel 11:16

Daniel 11:24And he will enter into rich and resourceful cities, and he will do what his fathers never did, nor his fathers’ fathers. He will scatter their spoils, and their prey, and their riches, and will form a plan against the most steadfast, and this until a time.Daniel 11:24

Daniel 11:25And his strength and his heart will be enraged against the king of the South with a great army. And the king of the South will be provoked into going to war by having many allies and exceedingly good circ*mstances, and yet these will not stand, for they will form plans against him.Daniel 11:25

Daniel 11:28And he will return to his land with many resources. And his heart will be against the holy testament, and he will act, and he will return to his own land.Daniel 11:28

Daniel 11:30And the Greek warships and the Romans will come upon him, and he will be pierced, and will retreat, and will have scorn against the testament of the sanctuary, and he will act. And he will return and will consult their adversaries, who have forsaken the covenant of the sanctuary.Daniel 11:30

Daniel 11:36And the king will act according to his will, and he will be lifted up and will be extolled against every god. And he will speak great things against the God of gods, and he will control, until the passion is completed. Once accomplished, the limit is reached with certainty.Daniel 11:36

Daniel 11:37And he will give no thought to the God of his fathers, and he will be in the desire of women, and he will not attend to any gods, because he will rise up against all things.Daniel 11:37

Daniel 11:40And, at the predetermined time, the king of the South will fight against him, and the king of the North will come against him like a tempest, with chariots, and with horsem*n, and with a great fleet, and he will enter into the lands, and will crush and pass through.Daniel 11:40

Number of the word / term Again in Daniel: 33

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Hosea

Hosea 3:1And the Lord said to me: “Go yet again, and love a woman, beloved by a friend, yet an adulteress, for so does the Lord love the sons of Israel, yet they look to strange gods, and love the seeds of grapes.”Hosea 3:1

Hosea 4:4So, truly, let each and every one not judge, and let no man be accused, for your people are just like those who speak against the priesthood.Hosea 4:4

Hosea 4:7According to the multitude of them, so have they sinned against me. I will change their glory into disgrace.Hosea 4:7

Hosea 5:1Hear this, priests, and pay attention, house of Israel, and listen closely, house of the king. For there is a judgment against you, because you have become a trap for those you watched over, and a net stretched out over Tabor.Hosea 5:1

Hosea 5:7They have sinned against the Lord. For they have conceived sons that are strangers. Now one month will devour them with all their own.Hosea 5:7

Hosea 7:13Woe to them, for they have withdrawn from me. They will waste away because they have been dishonest with me. And I redeemed them, and they have spoken lies against me.Hosea 7:13

Hosea 7:15And I have educated them, and I have reinforced their arms; and they have imagined evil against me.Hosea 7:15

Hosea 8:5Your calf, Samaria, has been rejected. My fury has been enraged against them. How long will they be incapable of being cleansed?Hosea 8:5

Hosea 9:1Do not choose to rejoice, Israel; do not celebrate as the crowds do. For you have been committing fornication against your God; you have loved a prize upon every threshing floor of wheat.Hosea 9:1

Hosea 10:9From the days of Gibeah, Israel has sinned; in this, they remained firm. The battle in Gibeah against the sons of iniquity will not take hold of them.Hosea 10:9

Hosea 10:14A tumult will arise among your people. And all your fortifications will be laid waste, just as Salman was destroyed by the house of him that judged Baal on the day of the battle, the mother having been crushed against her sons.Hosea 10:14

Number of the word / term Again in Hosea: 11

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Joel

Joel 2:19And the Lord responded, and he said to his people: “Behold, I will send you grain and wine and oil, and you will again be filled with them. And I will no longer give you disgrace among the Gentiles.Joel 2:19

Joel 3:4Truly, what is there between you and me, Tyre and Sidon and all the distant places of the Philistines? How will you take vengeance on me? And if you were to revenge yourselves against me, I would deliver a repayment to you, quickly and soon, upon your head.Joel 3:4

Number of the word / term Again in Joel: 2

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Amos

Amos 1:8And I will destroy the inhabitant from Ashdod, and the holder of the scepter of Ashkelon. And I will turn my hand against Ekron, and the remainder of the Philistines will perish, says the Lord God.Amos 1:8

Amos 4:1Listen to this word, you fat cows that are on the mountain of Samaria, you who make false accusations against the destitute and crush the poor, who say to your nobles, “Bring, and we will drink.”Amos 4:1

Amos 5:1Listen to this word, which I lift over you in lamentation. The house of Israel has fallen, and it will no longer rise again.Amos 5:1

Amos 5:19It is as if a man flees from the face of a lion, only to have a bear meet him; or, he enters a house and leans with his hand against the wall, only to have a snake bite him.Amos 5:19

Amos 7:9And the heights of the idol will be demolished, and the sanctuaries of Israel will be desolate. And I will rise up against the house of Jeroboam with the sword.”Amos 7:9

Amos 7:10And Amaziah, the priest of Bethel, sent to Jeroboam king of Israel, saying: “Amos has rebelled against you in the midst of the house of Israel. The land is not able to withstand all his sermons.Amos 7:10

Number of the word / term Again in Amos: 6

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Obadiah

Obadiah 1:1The vision of Obadiah. Thus says the Lord God to Edom: We have heard a report from the Lord, and he has sent an envoy to the nations: “Arise, and let us together rise up in battle against him.”Obadiah 1:1

Obadiah 1:7They have sent you out all the way to the limit. All the men of your alliance have deceived you. Your men of peace have prevailed against you. Those who eat with you will place snares under you. There is no foresight in him.Obadiah 1:7

Obadiah 1:10Because of the execution, and because of the iniquity against your brother Jacob, confusion will cover you, and you will pass away into eternity.Obadiah 1:10

Obadiah 1:11In the day when you stood against him, when strangers seized his army, and foreigners entered into his gates, and they cast lots over Jerusalem: you also were just like one of them.Obadiah 1:11

Obadiah 1:13And neither shall you enter into the gate of my people in the day of their ruin. And neither shall you also show disdain for his troubles in the day of his desolation. And you shall not send out against his army in the day of his desolation.Obadiah 1:13

Number of the word / term Again in Obadiah: 5

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Jonah

Jonah 1:13And the men were rowing, so as to return to dry land, but they did not succeed. For the sea flowed and swelled against them.Jonah 1:13

Jonah 2:4And I said: I am expelled from the sight of your eyes. Yet, truly, I will see your holy temple again.Jonah 2:4

Number of the word / term Again in Jonah: 2

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Micah

Micah 2:1Woe to you who devise useless things and who work evil in your beds. In the morning light, they undertake it, because their hand is against God.Micah 2:1

Micah 2:2And they have desired fields and have taken them by violence, and they have stolen houses. And they have made false accusations against a man and his house, a man and his inheritance.Micah 2:2

Micah 2:3For this reason, thus says the Lord: Behold, I devise an evil against this family, from which you will not steal away your necks. And you will not walk in arrogance, because this is a most wicked time.Micah 2:3

Micah 3:5Thus says the Lord about the prophets who seduce my people: They bite with their teeth and preach peace, and if anyone does not give something to their mouth, they sanctify a battle against him.Micah 3:5

Micah 4:3And he will judge among the many peoples, and he will correct strong nations, even from afar. And they will cut up their swords into plows, and their spears into hoes. Nation will not take up the sword against nation, and they will no longer learn to wage war.Micah 4:3

Micah 4:11And now many peoples have been gathered together against you, and they say, “Let her be stoned and let our eyes gaze upon Zion.”Micah 4:11

Micah 5:1Now you will be devastated, you daughter of a robber. They have placed a blockade against us, with a rod they will strike the jaw of the judge of Israel.Micah 5:1

Micah 5:5And this man will be our peace, when the Assyrian will come into our land, and when he will trample on our houses; and we will raise against him seven shepherds and eight principal men.Micah 5:5

Micah 6:1Listen to what the Lord says: Rise, contend in judgment against the mountains, and let the hills hear your voice.Micah 6:1

Micah 7:6For the son acts with contempt for the father, and the daughter rises up against her mother, the daughter-in-law against her mother-in-law, and a man’s enemies are those of his own household.Micah 7:6

Micah 7:9I will carry the wrath of the Lord, because I have sinned against him, until he may judge my case and execute judgment for me. He will lead me into the light. I will behold his justice.Micah 7:9

Number of the word / term Again in Micah: 11

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Nahum

Nahum 1:6Who can stand firm before the face of his indignation? And who can continue against the fury of his wrath? His indignation has broken out like a fire, and the rocks have been dissolved before him.Nahum 1:6

Nahum 1:9What are you thinking up against the Lord? He will accomplish the consummation. There shall not rise up a double tribulation.Nahum 1:9

Nahum 1:11Out of you will go forth one who thinks up evil against the Lord, dragging betrayals through his mind.Nahum 1:11

Nahum 1:15Behold, over the mountains, the feet of the Evangelizer and the Announcer of peace. Judah, celebrate your festivals and keep your vows. For Belial will never again pass through you; he has completely passed away.Nahum 1:15

Number of the word / term Again in Nahum: 4

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Habakkuk

Habakkuk 1:4Because of this, the law has been torn apart, and judgment does not persevere to its conclusion. For the impious prevail against the just. Because of this, a perverse judgment is issued.Habakkuk 1:4

Habakkuk 2:6Shall not all these take up a parable against him, and an enigmatic utterance about him? And it will be said, “Woe to him who increases what is not his own.” How long, then, will he lay down dense clay against himself?Habakkuk 2:6

Number of the word / term Again in Habakkuk: 2

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Zephaniah

Zephaniah 1:17And I will trouble men, and they will walk like the blind, because they have sinned against the Lord. And their blood will be poured out like soil, and their bodies like manure.Zephaniah 1:17

Zephaniah 3:4Her prophets are crazed; men without faith. Her priests have polluted what is holy; they have acted unjustly against the law.Zephaniah 3:4

Zephaniah 3:11In that day, you will not be ashamed over all of your inventions, by which you have transgressed against me. For then I will take away from your midst your arrogant boasters, and you will no longer be exalted on my holy mountain.Zephaniah 3:11

Number of the word / term Again in Zephaniah: 3

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Zechariah

Zechariah 8:10Indeed, before those days, there was no pay for men, nor was there pay for beasts of burden, and neither was there peace for those entering, nor for those exiting, because of the tribulation. And I had dismissed all men, each one against his neighbor.Zechariah 8:10

Zechariah 8:17And let not anyone think up evil against his friend in your hearts. And do not choose to swear falsely. For all these are things that I hate, says the Lord.Zechariah 8:17

Zechariah 12:2Behold, I will set Jerusalem as a lintel of the effects of drunkenness to all the surrounding peoples, yet even Judah will be in the blockade against Jerusalem.Zechariah 12:2

Zechariah 12:3And this shall be: In that day, I will set Jerusalem as a burdensome stone to every people. All who will lift it up will be torn to pieces. And all the kingdoms of the earth will be gathered together against her.Zechariah 12:3

Zechariah 12:6In that day, I will set the governors of Judah like a flaming furnace among wood, and like a flaming torch among hay. And they will devour, to the right and to the left, all the surrounding peoples. And Jerusalem will be inhabited again, in her own place, in Jerusalem.Zechariah 12:6

Zechariah 12:7And the Lord will save the tabernacles of Judah, just as in the beginning, so that the house of David and the glory of the inhabitants of Jerusalem may not glorify themselves boastfully against Judah.Zechariah 12:7

Zechariah 12:9And this shall be in that day: I will seek to crush all the Gentiles that come against Jerusalem.Zechariah 12:9

Zechariah 13:7Awake, O spear, against my shepherd and against the man that clings to me, says the Lord of hosts. Strike the shepherd, and the sheep will be scattered. And I will turn my hand to the little ones.Zechariah 13:7

Zechariah 14:2And I will gather all the Gentiles in battle against Jerusalem, and the city will be captured, and the houses will be ravaged, and the women will be violated. And the central part of the city will go forth into captivity, and the remainder of the people will not be taken away from the city.Zechariah 14:2

Zechariah 14:3Then the Lord will go forth, and he will fight against those Gentiles, just as when he fought in the day of conflict.Zechariah 14:3

Zechariah 14:12And this will be the plague by which the Lord will strike all the Gentiles that have fought against Jerusalem. The flesh of each one will waste away while they are standing on their feet, and their eyes will be consumed in their sockets, and their tongue will be consumed in their mouth.Zechariah 14:12

Zechariah 14:14And even Judah will fight against Jerusalem. And the riches of all the Gentiles will be gathered together around them: gold, and silver, and more than enough garments.Zechariah 14:14

Zechariah 14:16And all those who will be the remnant of all the Gentiles that came against Jerusalem, will go up, from year to year, to adore the King, the Lord of hosts, and to celebrate the feast of tabernacles.Zechariah 14:16

Number of the word / term Again in Zechariah: 13

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Malachi

Malachi 3:5And I will approach you in judgment, and I will be a swift witness against evil-doers, and adulterers, and perjurers, and those who cheat the hired hand in his wages, the widows and the orphans, and who oppress the traveler, and who have not feared me, says the Lord of hosts.Malachi 3:5

Malachi 3:14And you have said, “What have we spoken against you?” You have said, “He labors in vain who serves God,” and, “What advantage is it that we have kept his precepts, and that we have walked sorrowfully in the sight of the Lord of hosts?Malachi 3:14

Number of the word / term Again in Malachi: 2

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Matthew

Matthew 4:6and said to him: “If you are the Son of God, cast yourself down. For it has been written: ‘For he has given charge of you to his angels, and they shall take you into their hands, lest perhaps you may hurt your foot against a stone.’ ”Matthew 4:6

Matthew 5:11Blessed are you when they have slandered you, and persecuted you, and spoken all kinds of evil against you, falsely, for my sake:Matthew 5:11

Matthew 5:23Therefore, if you offer your gift at the altar, and there you remember that your brother has something against you,Matthew 5:23

Matthew 10:21And brother will hand over brother to death, and father will hand over son. And children will rise up against parents and bring about their deaths.Matthew 10:21

Matthew 10:35For I came to divide a man against his father, and a daughter against her mother, and a daughter-in-law against her mother-in-law.Matthew 10:35

Matthew 11:5The blind see, the lame walk, the lepers are cleansed, the deaf hear, the dead rise again, the poor are evangelized.Matthew 11:5

Matthew 12:14Then the Pharisees, departing, took council against him, as to how they might destroy him.Matthew 12:14

Matthew 12:25But Jesus, knowing their thoughts, said to them: “Every kingdom divided against itself will become desolate. And every city or house divided against itself will not stand.Matthew 12:25

Matthew 12:26So if Satan casts out Satan, then he is divided against himself. How then will his kingdom stand?Matthew 12:26

Matthew 12:30Whoever is not with me, is against me. And whoever does not gather with me, scatters.Matthew 12:30

Matthew 12:31For this reason, I say to you: Every sin and blasphemy shall be forgiven men, but blasphemy against the Spirit shall not be forgiven.Matthew 12:31

Matthew 12:32And anyone who will have spoken a word against the Son of man shall be forgiven. But whoever will have spoken against the Holy Spirit shall not be forgiven, neither in this age, nor in the future age.Matthew 12:32

Matthew 14:24But in the midst of the sea, the boat was being tossed about by the waves. For the wind was against them.Matthew 14:24

Matthew 16:18And I say to you, that you are Peter, and upon this rock I will build my Church, and the gates of Hell shall not prevail against it.Matthew 16:18

Matthew 16:21From that time, Jesus began to reveal to his disciples that it was necessary for him to go to Jerusalem, and to suffer much from the elders and the scribes and the leaders of the priests, and to be killed, and to rise again on the third day.Matthew 16:21

Matthew 17:23And they will kill him, but he will rise again on the third day.” And they were extremely saddened.Matthew 17:23

Matthew 18:15But if your brother has sinned against you, go and correct him, between you and him alone. If he listens to you, you will have regained your brother.Matthew 18:15

Matthew 18:21Then Peter, drawing near to him, said: “Lord, how many times shall my brother sin against me, and I forgive him? Even seven times?”Matthew 18:21

Matthew 19:24And again I say to you, it is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle, than for the wealthy to enter into the kingdom of heaven.”Matthew 19:24

Matthew 20:5So they went forth. But again, he went out about the sixth, and about the ninth hour, and he acted similarly.Matthew 20:5

Matthew 20:11And upon receiving it, they murmured against the father of the family,Matthew 20:11

Matthew 20:19And they shall hand him over to the Gentiles to be mocked and scourged and crucified. And on the third day, he shall rise again.”Matthew 20:19

Matthew 22:1And responding, Jesus again spoke to them in parables, saying:Matthew 22:1

Matthew 23:31And so you are witnesses against yourselves, that you are the sons of those who killed the prophets.Matthew 23:31

Matthew 23:39For I say to you, you shall not see me again, until you say: ‘Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord.’ ”Matthew 23:39

Matthew 24:7For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom. And there will be pestilences, and famines, and earthquakes in places.Matthew 24:7

Matthew 26:29But I say to you, I will not drink again from this fruit of the vine, until that day when I will drink it new with you in the kingdom of my Father.”Matthew 26:29

Matthew 26:32But after I have risen again, I will go before you to Galilee.”Matthew 26:32

Matthew 26:43And again, he went and found them sleeping, for their eyes were heavy.Matthew 26:43

Matthew 26:44And leaving them behind, again he went and prayed for the third time, saying the same words.Matthew 26:44

Matthew 26:59Then the leaders of the priests and the entire council sought false testimony against Jesus, so that they might deliver him to death.Matthew 26:59

Matthew 26:62And the high priest, rising up, said to him, “Have you nothing to respond to what these ones testify against you?”Matthew 26:62

Matthew 26:72And again, he denied it with an oath, “For I do not know the man.”Matthew 26:72

Matthew 27:1Then, when morning arrived, all the leaders of the priests and the elders of the people took counsel against Jesus, so that they might deliver him to death.Matthew 27:1

Matthew 27:13Then Pilate said to him, “Do you not hear how much testimony they speak against you?”Matthew 27:13

Matthew 27:50Then Jesus, crying out again with a loud voice, gave up his life.Matthew 27:50

Matthew 27:63saying: “Lord, we have remembered that that this seducer said, while he was still alive, ‘After three days, I will rise again.’Matthew 27:63

Number of the word / term Again in Matthew: 37

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Mark

Mark 2:1And after some days, he again entered into Capernaum.Mark 2:1

Mark 2:13And he departed again to the sea. And the entire crowd came to him, and he taught them.Mark 2:13

Mark 2:23And again, while the Lord was walking through the ripe grain on the Sabbath, his disciples, as they advanced, began to separate the ears of grains.Mark 2:23

Mark 3:1And again, he entered into the synagogue. And there was a man there who had a withered hand.Mark 3:1

Mark 3:6Then the Pharisees, going out, immediately took counsel with the Herodians against him, as to how they might destroy him.Mark 3:6

Mark 3:20And they went to a house, and the crowd gathered together again, so much so that they were not even able to eat bread.Mark 3:20

Mark 3:24For if a kingdom is divided against itself, that kingdom is not able to stand.Mark 3:24

Mark 3:25And if a house is divided against itself, that house is not able to stand.Mark 3:25

Mark 3:26And if Satan has risen up against himself, he would be divided, and he would not be able to stand; instead he reaches the end.Mark 3:26

Mark 3:29But he who will have blasphemed against the Holy Spirit shall not have forgiveness in eternity; instead he shall be guilty of an eternal offense.”Mark 3:29

Mark 4:1And again, he began to teach by the sea. And a great crowd was gathered to him, so much so that, climbing into a boat, he was seated on the sea. And the entire crowd was on the land along the sea.Mark 4:1

Mark 5:21And when Jesus had crossed in the boat, over the strait again, a great crowd came together before him. And he was near the sea.Mark 5:21

Mark 6:11And whoever will neither receive you, nor listen to you, as you go away from there, shake off the dust from your feet as a testimony against them.”Mark 6:11

Mark 6:14And king Herod heard of it, (for his name had become well-known) and he said: “John the Baptist has risen again from the dead, and because of this, miracles are at work in him.”Mark 6:14

Mark 6:16When Herod had heard it, he said, “John whom I beheaded, the same has risen again from the dead.”Mark 6:16

Mark 6:19Now Herodias was devising treachery against him; and she wanted to kill him, but she was unable.Mark 6:19

Mark 6:48And seeing them struggling to row, (for the wind was against them,) and about the fourth watch of the night, he came to them, walking upon the sea. And he intended to pass by them.Mark 6:48

Mark 7:14And again, calling the crowd to him, he said to them: “Listen to me, all of you, and understand.Mark 7:14

Mark 7:31And again, departing from the borders of Tyre, he went by way of Sidon to the sea of Galilee, through the midst of the area of the Ten Cities.Mark 7:31

Mark 8:1In those days, again, when there was a great crowd, and they did not have anything to eat, calling together his disciples, he said to them:Mark 8:1

Mark 8:13And sending them away, he climbed into the boat again, and he went away across the sea.Mark 8:13

Mark 8:25Next he placed his hands again over his eyes, and he began to see. And he was restored, so that he could see everything clearly.Mark 8:25

Mark 8:31And he began to teach them that the Son of man must suffer many things, and be rejected by the elders, and by the high priests, and the scribes, and be killed, and after three days rise again.Mark 8:31

Mark 9:9And as they were descending from the mountain, he instructed them not to relate to anyone what they had seen, until after the Son of man will have risen again from the dead.Mark 9:9

Mark 9:31Then he taught his disciples, and he said to them, “For the Son of man shall be delivered into the hands of men, and they will kill him, and having been killed, on the third day he will rise again.”Mark 9:31

Mark 9:40For whoever is not against you is for you.Mark 9:40

Mark 10:1And rising up, he went from there into the area of Judea beyond the Jordan. And again, the crowd came together before him. And just as he was accustomed to do, again he taught them.Mark 10:1

Mark 10:10And again, in the house, his disciples questioned him about the same thing.Mark 10:10

Mark 10:11And he said to them: “Whoever dismisses his wife, and marries another, commits adultery against her.Mark 10:11

Mark 10:24And the disciples were astonished at his words. But Jesus, answering again, said to them: “Little sons, how difficult it is for those who trust in money to enter into the kingdom of God!Mark 10:24

Mark 10:32Now they were on the way ascending to Jerusalem. And Jesus went ahead of them, and they were astonished. And those following him were afraid. And again, taking aside the twelve, he began to tell them what was about to happen to him.Mark 10:32

Mark 10:34And they will mock him, and spit on him, and scourge him, and put him to death. And on the third day, he will rise again.”Mark 10:34

Mark 11:14And in response, he said to it, “From now on and forever, may no one eat fruit from you again!” And his disciples heard this.Mark 11:14

Mark 11:25And when you stand to pray, if you hold anything against anyone, forgive them, so that your Father, who is in heaven, may also forgive you your sins.Mark 11:25

Mark 11:27And they went again to Jerusalem. And when he was walking in the temple, the leaders of the priests, and the scribes, and the elders approached him.Mark 11:27

Mark 12:4And again, he sent another servant to them. And they wounded him on the head, and they treated him with contempt.Mark 12:4

Mark 12:5And again, he sent another, and him they killed, and many others: some they beat, but others they killed.Mark 12:5

Mark 12:23Therefore, in the resurrection, when they will rise again, to which of them will she be a wife? For each of the seven had her as wife.”Mark 12:23

Mark 12:26But concerning the dead who rise again, have you not read in the book of Moses, how God spoke to him from the bush, saying: ‘I am the God of Abraham, and the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob?’Mark 12:26

Mark 13:8For nation will rise up against nation, and kingdom over kingdom, and there shall be earthquakes in various places, and famines. These are but the beginning of the sorrows.Mark 13:8

Mark 13:12Then brother will betray brother to death, and the father, a son; and children will rise up against their parents and will bring about their death.Mark 13:12

Mark 14:5For this ointment could have been sold for more than three hundred denarii and been given to the poor.” And they murmured against her.Mark 14:5

Mark 14:28But after I have risen again, I will go before you to Galilee.”Mark 14:28

Mark 14:39And going away again, he prayed, saying the same words.Mark 14:39

Mark 14:40And upon returning, he found them sleeping yet again, (for their eyes were heavy) and they did not know how to respond to him.Mark 14:40

Mark 14:55Yet truly, the leaders of the priests and the entire council sought testimony against Jesus, so that they might deliver him to death, and they found none.Mark 14:55

Mark 14:56For many spoke false testimony against him, but their testimony did not agree.Mark 14:56

Mark 14:57And certain ones, rising up, bore false witness against him, saying:Mark 14:57

Mark 14:60And the high priest, rising up in their midst, questioned Jesus, saying, “Do you have nothing to say in answer to the things that are brought against you by these ones?”Mark 14:60

Mark 14:61But he was silent and gave no answer. Again, the high priest questioned him, and he said to him, “Are you the Christ, the Son of the Blessed God?”Mark 14:61

Mark 14:69Then again, when a maidservant had seen him, she began to say to the bystanders, “For this is one of them.”Mark 14:69

Mark 14:70But he denied it again. And after a little while, again those standing near said to Peter: “In truth, you are one of them. For you, too, are a Galilean.”Mark 14:70

Mark 14:72And immediately the rooster crowed again. And Peter remembered the word that Jesus had said to him, “Before the rooster crows twice, you will deny me three times.” And he began to weep.Mark 14:72

Mark 15:4Then Pilate again questioned him, saying: “Do you not have any response? See how greatly they accuse you.”Mark 15:4

Mark 15:12But Pilate, responding again, said to them: “Then what do you want me to do with the king of the Jews?”Mark 15:12

Mark 15:13But again they cried out, “Crucify him.”Mark 15:13

Mark 16:14Finally, he appeared to the eleven, as they sat at table. And he rebuked them for their incredulity and hardness of heart, because they did not believe those who had seen that he had risen again.Mark 16:14

Number of the word / term Again in Mark: 57

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Luke

Luke 4:11and so that they may take you into their hands, lest perhaps you may hurt your foot against a stone.”Luke 4:11

Luke 5:17And it happened, on a certain day, that he again sat down, teaching. And there were Pharisees and doctors of the law sitting nearby, who had come from every town of Galilee and Judea and Jerusalem. And the power of the Lord was present, to heal them.Luke 5:17

Luke 6:7And the scribes and Pharisees observed whether he would heal on the Sabbath, so that they might thereby find an accusation against him.Luke 6:7

Luke 6:30But distribute to all who ask of you. And do not ask again of him who takes away what is yours.Luke 6:30

Luke 6:38Give, and it will be given to you: a good measure, pressed down and shaken together and overflowing, they will place upon your lap. Certainly, the same measure that you use to measure out, will be used to measure back to you again.”Luke 6:38

Luke 6:48He is like a man building a house, who has dug deep and has laid the foundation upon the rock. Then, when the floodwaters came, the river was rushing against that house, and it was not able to move it. For it was founded upon the rock.Luke 6:48

Luke 6:49But whoever hears and does not do: he is like a man building his house upon the soil, without a foundation. The river rushed against it, and it soon fell down, and the ruin of that house was great.”Luke 6:49

Luke 7:22And responding, he said to them: “Go and report to John what you have heard and seen: that the blind see, the lame walk, the lepers are cleansed, the deaf hear, the dead rise again, the poor are evangelized.Luke 7:22

Luke 8:37And the entire multitude from the region of the Gerasenes pleaded with him to depart from them. For they were seized by a great fear. Then, climbing into the boat, he went back again.Luke 8:37

Luke 9:5And whoever will not have received you, upon departing from that city, shake off even the dust on your feet, as a testimony against them.”Luke 9:5

Luke 9:8by some, “For John has risen from the dead,” yet truly, by others, “For Elijah has appeared,” and by still others, “For one of the prophets from of old has risen again.”Luke 9:8

Luke 9:19But they answered by saying: “John the Baptist. But some say Elijah. Yet truly, others say that one of the prophets from before has risen again.”Luke 9:19

Luke 9:22saying, “For the Son of man must suffer many things, and be rejected by the elders and the leaders of the priests and the scribes, and be killed, and on the third day rise again.”Luke 9:22

Luke 9:50And Jesus said to him: “Do not prohibit him. For whoever is not against you, is for you.”Luke 9:50

Luke 10:11‘Even the dust which clings to us from your city, we wipe away against you. Yet know this: the kingdom of God has drawn near.’Luke 10:11

Luke 11:17But when he perceived their thoughts, he said to them: “Every kingdom divided against itself will become desolate, and house will fall upon house.Luke 11:17

Luke 11:18So then, if Satan is also divided against himself, how will his kingdom stand? For you say that it is by Beelzebub that I cast out demons.Luke 11:18

Luke 11:23Whoever is not with me, is against me. And whoever does not gather with me, scatters.Luke 11:23

Luke 11:45Then one of the experts in the law, in response, said to him, “Teacher, in saying these things, you bring an insult against us as well.”Luke 11:45

Luke 11:50so that the blood of all the Prophets, which has been shed since the foundation of the world, may be charged against this generation:Luke 11:50

Luke 12:10And everyone who speaks a word against the Son of man, it will be forgiven of him. But of him who will have blasphemed against the Holy Spirit, it will not be forgiven.Luke 12:10

Luke 12:52For from this time on, there will be five in one house: divided as three against two, and as two against three.Luke 12:52

Luke 12:53A father will be divided against a son, and a son against his father; a mother against a daughter and a daughter against a mother; a mother-in-law against her daughter-in-law, and a daughter-in-law against her mother-in-law.”Luke 12:53

Luke 13:20And again, he said: “To what figure shall I compare the kingdom of God?Luke 13:20

Luke 14:31Or, what king, advancing to engage in war against another king, would not first sit down and consider whether he may be able, with ten thousand, to meet one who comes against him with twenty thousand?Luke 14:31

Luke 15:18I shall rise up and go to my father, and I will say to him: Father, I have sinned against heaven and before you.Luke 15:18

Luke 15:21And the son said to him: ‘Father, I have sinned against heaven and before you. Now I am not worthy to be called your son.’Luke 15:21

Luke 17:3Be attentive to yourselves. If your brother has sinned against you, correct him. And if he has repented, forgive him.Luke 17:3

Luke 17:4And if he has sinned against you seven times a day, and seven times a day has turned back to you, saying, ‘I am sorry,’ then forgive him.”Luke 17:4

Luke 18:33And after they have scourged him, they will kill him. And on the third day, he will rise again.”Luke 18:33

Luke 20:37For in truth, the dead do rise again, as Moses also showed beside the bush, when he called the Lord: ‘The God of Abraham, and the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob.’Luke 20:37

Luke 21:10Then he said to them: “People will rise up against people, and kingdom against kingdom.Luke 21:10

Luke 22:52Then Jesus said to the leaders of the priests, and the magistrates of the temple, and the elders, who had come to him: “Have you gone out, as if against a thief, with swords and clubs?Luke 22:52

Luke 22:53When I was with you each day in the temple, you did not extend your hands against me. But this is your hour and that of the power of darkness.”Luke 22:53

Luke 22:65And blaspheming in many other ways, they spoke against him.Luke 22:65

Luke 23:4Then Pilate said to the leaders of the priests and to the crowds, “I find no case against this man.”Luke 23:4

Luke 23:14said to them: “You have brought before me this man, as one who disturbs the people. And behold, having questioned him before you, I find no case against this man, in those things about which you accuse him.Luke 23:14

Luke 23:20Then Pilate spoke to them again, wanting to release Jesus.Luke 23:20

Luke 23:22Then he said to them a third time: “Why? What evil has he done? I find no case against him for death. Therefore, I will chastise him and release him.”Luke 23:22

Luke 24:7saying: ‘For the Son of man must be delivered into the hands of sinful men, and be crucified, and on the third day rise again.’ ”Luke 24:7

Number of the word / term Again in Luke: 40

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book John

John 1:35The next day again, John was standing with two of his disciples.John 1:35

John 4:3he left behind Judea, and he traveled again to Galilee.John 4:3

John 4:13Jesus responded and said to her: “All who drink from this water will thirst again. But whoever shall drink from the water that I will give to him will not thirst for eternity.John 4:13

John 4:46Then he went again into Cana of Galilee, where he made water into wine. And there was a certain ruler, whose son was sick at Capernaum.John 4:46

John 8:2And early in the morning, he went again to the temple; and all the people came to him. And sitting down, he taught them.John 8:2

John 8:8And bending down again, he wrote on the earth.John 8:8

John 8:12Then Jesus spoke to them again, saying: “I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me does not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life.”John 8:12

John 8:21Therefore, Jesus again spoke to them: “I am going, and you shall seek me. And you will die in your sin. Where I am going, you are not able to go.”John 8:21

John 9:15Therefore, again the Pharisees questioned him as to how he had seen. And he said to them, “He placed clay over my eyes, and I washed, and I see.”John 9:15

John 9:17Therefore, they spoke again to the blind man, “What do you say about him who opened your eyes?” Then he said, “He is a Prophet.”John 9:17

John 9:24Therefore, they again called the man who had been blind, and they said to him: “Give glory to God. We know that this man is a sinner.”John 9:24

John 10:7Therefore, Jesus spoke to them again: “Amen, amen, I say to you, that I am the door of the sheep.John 10:7

John 10:17For this reason, the Father loves me: because I lay down my life, so that I may take it up again.John 10:17

John 10:18No one takes it away from me. Instead, I lay it down of my own accord. And I have the power to lay it down. And I have the power to take it up again. This is the commandment that I have received from my Father.”John 10:18

John 10:19A dissension occurred again among the Jews because of these words.John 10:19

John 10:40And he went again across the Jordan, to that place where John first was baptizing. And he lodged there.John 10:40

John 11:7Then, after these things, he said to his disciples, “Let us go into Judea again.”John 11:7

John 11:23Jesus said to her, “Your brother shall rise again.”John 11:23

John 11:24Martha said to him, “I know that he shall rise again, at the resurrection on the last day.”John 11:24

John 11:38Therefore, Jesus, again groaning from within himself, went to the tomb. Now it was a cave, and a stone had been placed over it.John 11:38

John 12:7But Jesus said: “Permit her, so that she may keep it against the day of my burial.John 12:7

John 12:28Father, glorify your name!” And then a voice came from heaven, “I have glorified it, and I will glorify it again.”John 12:28

John 12:39Because of this, they were not able to believe, for Isaiah said again:John 12:39

John 13:12And so, after he washed their feet and received his vestments, when he had sat down at table again, he said to them: “Do you know what I have done for you?John 13:12

John 13:18I am not speaking about all of you. I know those whom I have chosen. But this is so that the Scripture may be fulfilled, ‘He who eats bread with me shall lift up his heel against me.’John 13:18

John 13:23And leaning against the bosom of Jesus was one of his disciples, the one whom Jesus loved.John 13:23

John 13:25And so, leaning against the chest of Jesus, he said to him, “Lord, who is it?”John 13:25

John 14:3And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will return again, and then I will take you to myself, so that where I am, you also may be.John 14:3

John 16:8And when he has arrived, he will argue against the world, about sin and about justice and about judgment:John 16:8

John 16:16A little while, and then you will not see me. And again a little while, and you will see me. For I am going to the Father.”John 16:16

John 16:19But Jesus realized that they wanted to question him, and so he said to them: “Are you inquiring among yourselves about this, that I said: ‘A little while, and you will not see me, and again a little while, and you will see me?’John 16:19

John 16:22Therefore, you also, indeed, have sorrow now. But I will see you again, and your heart shall rejoice. And no one will take away your joy from you.John 16:22

John 18:7Then again he questioned them: “Who are you seeking?” And they said, “Jesus the Nazarene.”John 18:7

John 18:27Therefore, again, Peter denied it. And immediately the rooster crowed.John 18:27

John 18:29Therefore, Pilate went outside to them, and he said, “What accusation are you bringing against this man?”John 18:29

John 18:33Then Pilate entered the praetorium again, and he called Jesus and said to him, “You are the king of the Jews?”John 18:33

John 18:38Pilate said to him, “What is truth?” And when he had said this, he went out again to the Jews, and he said to them, “I find no case against him.John 18:38

John 19:4Then Pilate went outside again, and he said to them: “Behold, I am bringing him out to you, so that you may realize that I find no case against him.”John 19:4

John 19:6Therefore, when the high priests and the attendants had seen him, they cried out, saying: “Crucify him! Crucify him!” Pilate said to them: “Take him yourselves and crucify him. For I find no case against him.”John 19:6

John 19:9And he entered into the praetorium again. And he said to Jesus. “Where are you from?” But Jesus gave him no response.John 19:9

John 19:37And again, another Scripture says: “They shall look upon him, whom they have pierced.”John 19:37

John 20:9For as yet they did not understand the Scripture, that it was necessary for him to rise again from the dead.John 20:9

John 20:10Then the disciples went away again, each by himself.John 20:10

John 20:21Therefore, he said to them again: “Peace to you. As the Father has sent me, so I send you.”John 20:21

John 20:26And after eight days, again his disciples were within, and Thomas was with them. Jesus arrived, though the doors had been closed, and he stood in their midst and said, “Peace to you.”John 20:26

John 21:1After this, Jesus manifested himself again to the disciples at the Sea of Tiberias. And he manifested himself in this way.John 21:1

John 21:16He said to him again: “Simon, son of John, do you love me?” He said to him, “Yes, Lord, you know that I love you.” He said to him, “Feed my lambs.”John 21:16

Number of the word / term Again in John: 47

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Acts

Acts 2:32This Jesus, God raised up again, and of this we are all witnesses.Acts 2:32

Acts 4:26The kings of the earth have stood up, and the leaders have joined together as one, against the Lord and against his Christ.’Acts 4:26

Acts 4:27For truly Herod and Pontius Pilate, with the Gentiles and the people of Israel, joined together in this city against your holy servant Jesus, whom you anointedActs 4:27

Acts 5:39Yet truly, if it is of God, you will not be able to break it, and perhaps you might be found to have fought against God.” And they agreed with him.Acts 5:39

Acts 6:1In those days, as the number of disciples was increasing, there occurred a murmuring of the Greeks against the Hebrews, because their widows were treated with disdain in the daily ministration.Acts 6:1

Acts 6:11Then they suborned men who were to claim that they had heard him speaking words of blasphemy against Moses and against God.Acts 6:11

Acts 6:13And they set up false witnesses, who said: “This man does not cease to speak words against the holy place and the law.Acts 6:13

Acts 7:60Then, having been brought to his knees, he cried out with a loud voice, saying, “Lord, do not hold this sin against them.” And when he had said this, he fell asleep in the Lord. And Saul was consenting to his murder.Acts 7:60

Acts 8:1Now in those days, there occurred a great persecution against the Church at Jerusalem. And they were all dispersed throughout the regions of Judea and Samaria, except the Apostles.Acts 8:1

Acts 9:1Now Saul, still breathing threats and beatings against the disciples of the Lord, went to the high priest,Acts 9:1

Acts 9:5And he said, “Who are you, Lord?” And he: “I am Jesus, whom you are persecuting. It is hard for you to kick against the goad.”Acts 9:5

Acts 9:21And all who heard him were astonished, and they said, “Is this not the one who, in Jerusalem, was fighting against those invoking this name, and who came here for this: so that he might lead them away to the leaders of the priests?”Acts 9:21

Acts 9:40And when they had all been sent outside, Peter, kneeling down, prayed. And turning to the body, he said: “Tabitha, arise.” And she opened her eyes and, upon seeing Peter, sat up again.Acts 9:40

Acts 10:15And the voice, again a second time to him: “What God has purified, you shall not call common.”Acts 10:15

Acts 10:41not to all the people, but to the witnesses preordained by God, to those of us who ate and drank with him after he rose again from the dead.Acts 10:41

Acts 11:2Then, when Peter had gone up to Jerusalem, those who were of the circumcision argued against him,Acts 11:2

Acts 11:10Now this was done three times. And then everything was taken up again into heaven.Acts 11:10

Acts 13:8But Elymas the magician (for so his name is translated) stood against them, seeking to turn the proconsul away from the Faith.Acts 13:8

Acts 13:28And although they found no case for death against him, they petitioned Pilate, so that they might put him to death.Acts 13:28

Acts 13:50But the Jews incited some devout and honest women, and the leaders of the city. And they stirred up a persecution against Paul and Barnabas. And they drove them away from their parts.Acts 13:50

Acts 13:51But they, shaking the dust from their feet against them, went on to Iconium.Acts 13:51

Acts 14:2Yet truly, the Jews who were unbelieving had incited and enflamed the souls of the Gentiles against the brothers.Acts 14:2

Acts 14:21And when they had evangelized that city, and had taught many, they returned again to Lystra and to Iconium and to Antioch,Acts 14:21

Acts 15:2Therefore, when Paul and Barnabas made no small uprising against them, they decided that Paul and Barnabas, and some from the opposing side, should go up to the Apostles and priests in Jerusalem concerning this question.Acts 15:2

Acts 16:22And the people rushed together against them. And the magistrates, tearing their tunics, ordered them to be beaten with staffs.Acts 16:22

Acts 17:3interpreting and concluding that it was necessary for the Christ to suffer and to rise again from the dead, and that “this is the Jesus Christ, whom I am announcing to you.”Acts 17:3

Acts 17:32And when they had heard about the Resurrection of the dead, indeed, some were derisive, while others said, “We will listen to you about this again.”Acts 17:32

Acts 18:12But when Gallio was proconsul of Achaia, the Jews rose up with one accord against Paul. And they brought him to the tribunal,Acts 18:12

Acts 18:21Instead, saying goodbye and telling them, “I will return to you again, God willing,” he set out from Ephesus.Acts 18:21

Acts 19:16And the man, in whom there was a wicked spirit, leaping at them and getting the better of them both, prevailed against them, so that they fled from that house, naked and wounded.Acts 19:16

Acts 19:37For you have brought forward these men, who are neither sacrilegious nor blasphemers against your goddess.Acts 19:37

Acts 19:38But if Demetrius and the craftsmen who are with him have a case against anyone, they can convene in the courts, and there are proconsuls. Let them accuse one another.Acts 19:38

Acts 20:3After he had spent three months there, treacheries were planned against him by the Jews, just as he was about to sail into Syria. And having been advised of this, he return through Macedonia.Acts 20:3

Acts 20:38being grieved most of all over the word which he had said, that they would never see his face again. And they brought him to the ship.Acts 20:38

Acts 21:28“Men of Israel, help! This is the man who is teaching, everyone, everywhere, against the people and the law and this place. Furthermore, he has even brought Gentiles into the temple, and he has violated this holy place.”Acts 21:28

Acts 22:24the tribune ordered him to be brought into the fortress, and to be scourged and tortured, in order to discover the reason that they were crying out in this way against him.Acts 22:24

Acts 23:30And when I had been given news of ambushes, which they had prepared against him, I sent him to you, notifying his accusers also, so that they may plead their accusations before you. Farewell.”Acts 23:30

Acts 24:1Then, after five days, the high priest Ananias came down with some of the elders and a certain Tertullus, a speaker. And they went to the governor against Paul.Acts 24:1

Acts 24:19But certain Jews out of Asia are the ones who should have appeared before you to accuse me, if they have anything against me.Acts 24:19

Acts 25:2And the leaders of the priests, and those first among the Jews, went to him against Paul. And they were petitioning him,Acts 25:2

Acts 25:3asking for favor against him, so that he would order him to be led to Jerusalem, where they were maintaining an ambush in order to kill him along the way.Acts 25:3

Acts 25:8Paul offered this defense: “Neither against the law of the Jews, nor against the temple, nor against Caesar, have I offended in any matter.”Acts 25:8

Acts 25:15When I was at Jerusalem, the leaders of the priests and the elders of the Jews came to me about him, asking for condemnation against him.Acts 25:15

Acts 25:19Instead, they brought against him certain disputes about their own superstition and about a certain Jesus, who had died, but whom Paul asserted to be alive.Acts 25:19

Acts 25:25Truly, I have discovered nothing brought forth against him that is worthy of death. But since he himself has appealed to Augustus, it was my judgment to send him.Acts 25:25

Acts 25:27For it seems to me unreasonable to send a prisoner and not to indicate the accusations set against him.”Acts 25:27

Acts 26:11And in every synagogue, frequently while punishing them, I compelled them to blaspheme. And being all the more maddened against them, I persecuted them, even to foreign cities.Acts 26:11

Acts 26:14And when we had all fallen down to the ground, I heard a voice speaking to me in the Hebrew language: ‘Saul, Saul, why are you persecuting me? It is hard for you to kick against the goad.’Acts 26:14

Acts 27:14But not long afterward, a violent wind came against them, which is called the Northeast Wind.Acts 27:14

Acts 27:15And once the ship had been caught in it and was not able to strive against the wind, giving over the ship to the winds, we were driven along.Acts 27:15

Acts 28:17And after the third day, he called together the leaders of the Jews. And when they had convened, he said to them: “Noble brothers, I have done nothing against the people, nor against the customs of the fathers, yet I was delivered as a prisoner from Jerusalem into the hands of the Romans.Acts 28:17

Acts 28:18And after they held a hearing about me, they would have released me, because there was no case for death against me.Acts 28:18

Acts 28:19But with the Jews speaking against me, I was constrained to appeal to Caesar, though it was not as if I had any kind of accusation against my own nation.Acts 28:19

Acts 28:21But they said to him: “We have not received letters about you from Judea, nor have any of the other new arrivals among the brothers reported or spoken anything evil against you.Acts 28:21

Acts 28:22But we are asking to hear your opinions from you, for concerning this sect, we know that it is being spoken against everywhere.”Acts 28:22

Number of the word / term Again in Acts: 55

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Romans

Romans 1:26Because of this, God handed them over to shameful passions. For example, their females have exchanged the natural use of the body for a use which is against nature.Romans 1:26

Romans 2:2For we know that the judgment of God is in accord with truth against those who do such things.Romans 2:2

Romans 2:22You speak against adultery, but you commit adultery. You abominate idols, but you commit sacrilege.Romans 2:22

Romans 4:25who was handed over because of our offenses, and who rose again for our justification.Romans 4:25

Romans 7:23But I perceive another law within my body, fighting against the law of my mind, and captivating me with the law of sin which is in my body.Romans 7:23

Romans 8:15And you have not received, again, a spirit of servitude in fear, but you have received the Spirit of the adoption of sons, in whom we cry out: “Abba, Father!”Romans 8:15

Romans 8:31So, what should we say about these things? If God is for us, who is against us?Romans 8:31

Romans 8:33Who will make an accusation against the elect of God? God is the One who justifies;Romans 8:33

Romans 8:34who is the one who condemns? Christ Jesus who has died, and who has indeed also risen again, is at the right hand of God, and even now he intercedes for us.Romans 8:34

Romans 11:2God has not driven away his people, whom he foreknew. And do you not know what Scripture says in Elijah, how he calls upon God against Israel?Romans 11:2

Romans 11:5Therefore, in the same way, again in this time, there is a remnant that has been saved in accord with the choice of grace.Romans 11:5

Romans 11:23Moreover, if they do not remain in unbelief, they will be grafted on. For God is able to graft them on again.Romans 11:23

Romans 14:9For Christ died and rose again for this purpose: that he might be the ruler of both the dead and the living.Romans 14:9

Romans 15:10And again, he says: “Rejoice, O Gentiles, along with his people.”Romans 15:10

Romans 15:11And again: “All Gentiles, praise the Lord; and all peoples, magnify him.”Romans 15:11

Romans 15:12And again, Isaiah says: “There shall be a root of Jesse, and he shall rise up to rule the Gentiles, and in him the Gentiles shall hope.”Romans 15:12

Romans 15:15But I have written to you, brothers, more boldly than to the others, as if calling you to mind again, because of the grace which has been given to me from God,Romans 15:15

Number of the word / term Again in Romans: 17

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book 1 Corinthians

1 Corinthians 3:20And again: “The Lord knows the thoughts of the wise, that they are vain.”1 Corinthians 3:20

1 Corinthians 4:6And so, brothers, I have presented these things in myself and in Apollo, for your sakes, so that you may learn, through us, that no one should be inflated against one person and for another, not beyond what has been written.1 Corinthians 4:6

1 Corinthians 6:1How is it that anyone of you, having a dispute against another, would dare to be judged before the iniquitous, and not before the saints?1 Corinthians 6:1

1 Corinthians 6:6Instead, brother contends against brother in court, and this before the unfaithful!1 Corinthians 6:6

1 Corinthians 6:7Now there is certainly an offense among you, beyond everything else, when you have court cases against one another. Should you not accept injury instead? Should you not endure being cheated instead?1 Corinthians 6:7

1 Corinthians 6:18Flee from fornication. Every sin whatsoever that a man commits is outside of the body, but whoever fornicates, sins against his own body.1 Corinthians 6:18

1 Corinthians 7:5So, do not fail in your obligations to one another, except perhaps by consent, for a limited time, so that you may empty yourselves for prayer. And then, return together again, lest Satan tempt you by means of your abstinence.1 Corinthians 7:5

1 Corinthians 8:12So when you sin in this way against the brothers, and you harm their weakened conscience, then you sin against Christ.1 Corinthians 8:12

1 Corinthians 11:29For whoever eats and drinks unworthily, eats and drinks a sentence against himself, not discerning it to be the body of the Lord.1 Corinthians 11:29

1 Corinthians 12:3Because of this, I would have you know that no one speaking in the Spirit of God utters a curse against Jesus. And no one is able to say that Jesus is Lord, except in the Holy Spirit.1 Corinthians 12:3

1 Corinthians 12:21And the eye cannot say to the hand, “I have no need for your works.” And again, the head cannot say to the feet, “You are of no use to me.”1 Corinthians 12:21

1 Corinthians 15:4and that he was buried; and that he rose again on the third day, according to the Scriptures;1 Corinthians 15:4

1 Corinthians 15:12Now if Christ is preached, that he rose again from the dead, how is it that some among you say that there is no resurrection of the dead?1 Corinthians 15:12

1 Corinthians 15:15Then, too, we would be found to be false witnesses of God, because we would have given testimony against God, saying that he had raised up Christ, when he had not raised him up, if, indeed, the dead do not rise again.1 Corinthians 15:15

1 Corinthians 15:16For if the dead do not rise again, then neither has Christ risen again.1 Corinthians 15:16

1 Corinthians 15:20But now Christ has risen again from the dead, as the first-fruits of those who sleep.1 Corinthians 15:20

1 Corinthians 15:29Otherwise, what will those who are being baptized for the dead do, if the dead do not rise again at all? Why then are they being baptized for them?1 Corinthians 15:29

1 Corinthians 15:51Behold, I tell you a mystery. Certainly, we shall all rise again, but we shall not all be transformed:1 Corinthians 15:51

Number of the word / term Again in 1 Corinthians: 18

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book 2 Corinthians

2 Corinthians 1:16and through you to pass into Macedonia, and to return to you again from Macedonia, and so be led by you on my way to Judea.2 Corinthians 1:16

2 Corinthians 2:1But I determined this within myself, not to return again to you in sorrow.2 Corinthians 2:1

2 Corinthians 3:1Must we begin again to commend ourselves? Or are we in need (as some are) of epistles of commendation for you, or from you?2 Corinthians 3:1

2 Corinthians 5:12We are not commending ourselves again to you, but rather we are presenting you with an opportunity to glory because of us, when you deal with those who glory in face, and not in heart.2 Corinthians 5:12

2 Corinthians 5:15And Christ died for all, so that even those who live might not now live for themselves, but for him who died for them and who rose again.2 Corinthians 5:15

2 Corinthians 11:16I say again. And let no one consider me to be foolish. Or, at least, accept me as if I were foolish, so that I also may glory a small amount.2 Corinthians 11:16

2 Corinthians 12:21If so, then, when I have arrived, God may again humble me among you. And so, I mourn for the many who sinned beforehand, and did not repent, over the lust and fornication and hom*osexuality, which they have committed.2 Corinthians 12:21

2 Corinthians 13:2I have preached when present, and I will preach now while absent, to those who sinned before, and to all the others, because, when I arrive again, I will not be lenient with you.2 Corinthians 13:2

2 Corinthians 13:8For we cannot do anything against the truth, but only for the truth.2 Corinthians 13:8

Number of the word / term Again in 2 Corinthians: 9

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Galatians

Galatians 1:9Just as we have said before, so now I say again: If anyone has preached a gospel to you, other than that which you have received, let him be anathema.Galatians 1:9

Galatians 1:13For you have heard of my former behavior within Judaism: that, beyond measure, I persecuted the Church of God and fought against Her.Galatians 1:13

Galatians 2:1Next, after fourteen years, I went up again to Jerusalem, taking with me Barnabas and Titus.Galatians 2:1

Galatians 2:11But when Cephas had arrived at Antioch, I stood against him to his face, because he was blameworthy.Galatians 2:11

Galatians 4:9But now, since you have known God, or rather, since you have been known by God: how can you turn away again, to weak and destitute influences, which you desire to serve anew?Galatians 4:9

Galatians 4:19My little sons, I am giving birth to you again, until Christ is formed in you.Galatians 4:19

Galatians 5:1Stand firm, and do not be willing to be again held by the yoke of servitude.Galatians 5:1

Galatians 5:3For I again testify, about every man circumcising himself, that he is obligated to act according to the entire law.Galatians 5:3

Galatians 5:17For the flesh desires against the spirit, and the spirit against the flesh. And since these are against one another, you may not do whatever you want.Galatians 5:17

Galatians 5:23meekness, faith, modesty, abstinence, chastity. There is no law against such things.Galatians 5:23

Number of the word / term Again in Galatians: 10

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Ephesians

Ephesians 6:11Be clothed in the armor of God, so that you may be able to stand against the treachery of the devil.Ephesians 6:11

Ephesians 6:12For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against principalities and powers, against the directors of this world of darkness, against the spirits of wickedness in high places.Ephesians 6:12

Number of the word / term Again in Ephesians: 2

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Philippians

Philippians 1:26so that your rejoicing may abound in Christ Jesus for me, through my return to you again.Philippians 1:26

Philippians 2:28Therefore, I sent him more readily, in order that, by seeing him again, you may rejoice, and I may be without sorrow.Philippians 2:28

Philippians 4:4Rejoice in the Lord always. Again, I say, rejoice.Philippians 4:4

Philippians 4:10Now I rejoice in the Lord exceedingly, because finally, after some time, your feelings for me have flourished again, just as you formerly felt. For you had been preoccupied.Philippians 4:10

Number of the word / term Again in Philippians: 4

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Colossians

Colossians 2:12You have been buried with him in baptism. In him also, you have risen again through faith, by the work of God, who raised him up from the dead.Colossians 2:12

Colossians 2:14and wiping away the handwriting of the decree which was against us, which was contrary to us. And he has taken this away from your midst, affixing it to the Cross.Colossians 2:14

Colossians 3:13Support one another, and, if anyone has a complaint against another, forgive one another. For just as the Lord has forgiven you, so also must you do.Colossians 3:13

Number of the word / term Again in Colossians: 3

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book 1 Thessalonians

1 Thessalonians 2:18For we wanted to come to you, (indeed, I, Paul, attempted to do so once, and then again,) but Satan impeded us.1 Thessalonians 2:18

1 Thessalonians 4:14For if we believe that Jesus has died and risen again, so also will God bring back with Jesus those who sleep in him.1 Thessalonians 4:14

Number of the word / term Again in 1 Thessalonians: 2

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book 2 Thessalonians

2 Thessalonians 1:8granting vindication, by a flame of fire, against those who do not know God and who are not obedient to the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ.2 Thessalonians 1:8

Number of the word / term Again in 2 Thessalonians: 1

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book 1 Timothy

1 Timothy 1:3Now I asked you to remain at Ephesus, while I went into Macedonia, so that you would speak strongly against certain ones who have been teaching a different way,1 Timothy 1:3

1 Timothy 1:19holding to faith and good conscience, against those who, by rejecting these things, have made a shipwreck of the faith.1 Timothy 1:19

1 Timothy 5:19Do not be willing to accept an accusation against a priest, except under two or three witnesses.1 Timothy 5:19

Number of the word / term Again in 1 Timothy: 3

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book 2 Timothy

2 Timothy 2:8Be mindful that the Lord Jesus Christ, who is the offspring of David, has risen again from the dead, according to my Gospel.2 Timothy 2:8

2 Timothy 4:16At my first defense, no one stood by me, but everyone abandoned me. May it not be counted against them!2 Timothy 4:16

Number of the word / term Again in 2 Timothy: 2

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Titus

Titus 1:9embracing faithful speech which is in agreement with doctrine, so that he may be able to exhort in sound doctrine and to argue against those who contradict.Titus 1:9

Titus 3:9But avoid foolish questions, and genealogies, and contentions, as well as arguments against the law. For these are useless and empty.Titus 3:9

Number of the word / term Again in Titus: 2

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Philemon

Philemon 1:15So perhaps, then, he departed from you for a time, so that you might receive him again for eternity,Philemon 1:15

Number of the word / term Again in Philemon: 1

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Hebrews

Hebrews 1:5For to which of the Angels has he ever said: “You are my Son; today have I begotten you?” Or again: “I will be a Father to him, and he shall be a Son to me?”Hebrews 1:5

Hebrews 1:6And again, when he brings the only-begotten Son into the world, he says: “And let all the Angels of God adore him.”Hebrews 1:6

Hebrews 2:13And again: “I will be faithful in him.” And again: “Behold, I and my children, whom God has given to me.”Hebrews 2:13

Hebrews 3:10For this reason, I was enraged against this generation, and I said: They always wander astray in heart. For they have not known my ways.Hebrews 3:10

Hebrews 3:17So against whom was he angry for forty years? Was it not those who had sinned, whose dead bodies lay prostrate in the desert?Hebrews 3:17

Hebrews 4:5And in this place again: “They shall not enter into my rest!”Hebrews 4:5

Hebrews 6:1Therefore, interrupting an explanation of the basics of Christ, let us consider what is more advanced, not presenting again the fundamentals of repentance from dead works, and of faith toward God,Hebrews 6:1

Hebrews 6:6to be renewed again to penance, since they are crucifying again in themselves the Son of God and are still maintaining pretenses.Hebrews 6:6

Hebrews 10:28If someone dies for acting against the law of Moses, and is shown no compassion because of two or three witnesses,Hebrews 10:28

Hebrews 10:30For we know that he has said: “Vengeance is mine, and I will repay,” and again, “The Lord will judge his people.”Hebrews 10:30

Hebrews 12:3So then, meditate upon him who endured such adversity from sinners against himself, so that you may not become weary, failing in your souls.Hebrews 12:3

Hebrews 12:4For you have not yet resisted unto blood, while striving against sin.Hebrews 12:4

Number of the word / term Again in Hebrews: 12

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book James

James 2:9But if you show favoritism to persons, then you commit a sin, having been convicted again by the law as transgressors.James 2:9

James 3:14But if you hold a bitter zeal, and if there is contention in your hearts, then do not boast and do not be liars against the truth.James 3:14

James 5:3Your gold and silver have rusted, and their rust will be a testimony against you, and it will eat away at your flesh like fire. You have stored up wrath for yourselves unto the last days.James 5:3

James 5:9Brothers, do not complain against one another, so that you may not be judged. Behold, the judge stands before the door.James 5:9

James 5:18And he prayed again. And the heavens gave rain, and the earth brought forth her fruit.James 5:18

Number of the word / term Again in James: 5

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book 1 Peter

1 Peter 1:23For you have been born again, not from corruptible seed, but from what is incorruptible, from the Word of God, living and remaining for all eternity.1 Peter 1:23

1 Peter 2:11Most beloved, I beg you, as new arrivals and sojourners, to abstain from carnal desires, which battle against the soul.1 Peter 2:11

1 Peter 2:23And when evil was spoken against him, he did not speak evil. When he suffered, he did not threaten. Then he handed himself over to him who judged him unjustly.1 Peter 2:23

Number of the word / term Again in 1 Peter: 3

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book 2 Peter

2 Peter 2:11whereas the Angels, who are greater in strength and virtue, did not bring against themselves such a deplorable judgment.2 Peter 2:11

2 Peter 2:20For if, after taking refuge from the defilements of the world in the understanding of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, they again become entangled and overcome by these things, then the latter state becomes worse than the former.2 Peter 2:20

Number of the word / term Again in 2 Peter: 2

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book 3 John

3 John 1:10Because of this, when I come, I will admonish his works which he does, babbling against us with malicious words. And as if this were not sufficient for him, he himself does not receive the brothers. And those who do receive them, he hinders, and he ejects them from the church.3 John 1:10

Number of the word / term Again in 3 John: 1

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Jude

Jude 1:8Similarly also, these ones certainly defile the flesh, and they despise proper authority, and they blaspheme against majesty.Jude 1:8

Jude 1:9When Michael the Archangel, disputing with the devil, contended about the body of Moses, he did not dare to bring against him a judgment of blasphemy, so instead he said: “The Lord commands you.”Jude 1:9

Jude 1:10But these men certainly blaspheme against whatever they do not understand. And yet, whatever they, like mute animals, know from nature, in these things they are corrupted.Jude 1:10

Jude 1:15to execute judgment against everyone, and to reprove all the impious concerning all the works of their impiety, by which they have acted impiously, and concerning all the harsh things that impious sinners have spoken against God.”Jude 1:15

Number of the word / term Again in Jude: 4

Bible passages with ‘Again’ in the book Revelation

Revelation 2:4But I have this against you: that you have relinquished your first charity.Revelation 2:4

Revelation 2:14But I have a few things against you. For you have, in that place, those who hold to the doctrine of Balaam, who instructed Balak to cast a stumbling block before the sons of Israel, to eat and to commit fornication.Revelation 2:14

Revelation 2:16So do penance to the same extent. If you do less, I will come to you quickly and I will fight against these ones with the sword of my mouth.Revelation 2:16

Revelation 2:20But I have a few things against you. For you permit the woman Jezabel, who calls herself a prophetess, to teach and to seduce my servants, to commit fornication and to eat the food of idolatry.Revelation 2:20

Revelation 6:10And they were crying out with a loud voice, saying: “How long, O Holy and True Lord, will you not judge and not vindicate our blood against those who dwell upon the earth?”Revelation 6:10

Revelation 10:8And again, I heard a voice from heaven speaking with me and saying: “Go and receive the open book from the hand of the Angel who stands upon the sea and upon the land.”Revelation 10:8

Revelation 10:11And he said to me, “It is necessary for you to prophesy again about many nations and peoples and languages and kings.”Revelation 10:11

Revelation 11:7And when they will have finished their testimony, the beast that ascended from the abyss will make war against them, and will overcome them, and will kill them.Revelation 11:7

Revelation 13:6And he opened his mouth in blasphemies against God, to blaspheme his name and his tabernacle and those who dwell in heaven.Revelation 13:6

Revelation 17:14These shall fight against the Lamb, and the Lamb shall conquer them. For he is the Lord of lords and the King of kings. And those who are with him are called, and chosen, and faithful.”Revelation 17:14

Revelation 18:14And the fruits of the desires of your soul have gone away from you. And all things fat and splendid have perished from you. And they shall never find these things again.Revelation 18:14

Revelation 18:21And a certain strong Angel took up a stone, similar to a great millstone, and he cast it into the sea, saying: “With this force shall Babylon, that great city, be cast down. And she shall never be found again.Revelation 18:21

Revelation 18:22And the sound of singers, and musicians, and flute and trumpet players shall not be heard in you again. And every artisan of every art shall not be found in you again. And the sound of the mill shall not be heard in you again.Revelation 18:22

Revelation 18:23And the light of the lamp shall not shine in you again. And the voice of the groom and of the bride shall not be heard in you anymore. For your merchants were the leaders of the earth. For all the nations were led astray by your drugs.Revelation 18:23

Revelation 19:3And again, they said: “Alleluia! For her smoke ascends forever and ever.”Revelation 19:3

Revelation 19:19And I saw the beast and the kings of the earth and their armies, having been gathered together to do battle against him who was sitting upon the horse, and against his army.Revelation 19:19

Number of the word / term ‘Again’ in Revelation: 16

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