Which book are you reading?
The Lad is a popular and widely read Bible verse-reading app.
However, we’re going to show you some examples of Bible verses in a book.
We have some interesting Bible verses to show off, including some verses that were published in Hebrew, and some verses from other languages.
In this article we’ll talk about the book “The Lad.”
Matthew 5:22,24-27 The second chapter of Matthew 5 is known as the first chapter of the Bible. “
Be it known to you, that I have put away my life from the world: for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.”
Matthew 5:22,24-27 The second chapter of Matthew 5 is known as the first chapter of the Bible.
The verse above reads, “I have put off my life for the Kingdom of heaven.”
This verse was published in the Hebrew bible, but was translated into Greek, which is what we’re talking about here.
Matthew 4:17-18 The last chapter of our book is the first verse of the book. “
This is my will, that ye should do this: that you should keep my commandments.”
Matthew 4:17-18 The last chapter of our book is the first verse of the book.
“I will send a curse upon them, which shall not be forgiven them. “
“But when they repent and humble themselves, and pray, I also will forgive them their sins: and again I will heal them.” “
Matthew 6:15-17 The verse below reads, “(And) I will go out to the wilderness, and behold, a cloud shall be seen over the land, and all flesh shall be afraid. “
But when they repent and humble themselves, and pray, I also will forgive them their sins: and again I will heal them.”
Matthew 10:12-14 The verse reads: “The beast and the false prophet shall be destroyed; and I will make him to be as stubble, and he shall be as grass: and his chariots shall be like sheep’s, and his oxen like the grass of the field. “
So the clouds will gather, and be gathered together in one place, and will come down upon the earth; and they will set the earth on fire, that it shall burn with fire and brimstone: and the inhabitants thereof shall be devoured.”
“Nevertheless I will call upon the name of the Lord, and I shall send my servants from hence, that are in the land of Egypt, and those who dwell in the East, that shall go forth to prepare a way for them, to gather them out of the land that the Lord thy God giveth thee. “
“These shall come out to meet thee, and ye shall be called the children of Israel. “
And they shall take possession of the nations that the LORD thy God chooseth, and to possess them that the son of man goeth before thee, that thou mayest destroy them. “
These shall come out to meet thee, and ye shall be called the children of Israel.
And they shall take possession of the nations that the LORD thy God chooseth, and to possess them that the son of man goeth before thee, that thou mayest destroy them.
And the nations which the Lord thunders against shall flee before thee.”
Exodus 20:13-14 (Translated from Hebrew by James D. Buell) The last verse of Exodus 20 reads, “…and I am going to bring upon the Egyptians the cursing of their fathers, and their sons, and thy servants, and thine enemies; and their lands shall be desolate, saiyya, and a people shall be scattered throughout all the land.”
Exodus 21:19-21 The last sentence of Exodus 21 reads, “‘I will make you the gods of Egypt as the gods that were gods before the flood, and as the Gods of Canaan, and shalt take away their cities and the houses of their priests, and every stone, and precious stone, which I have given you, and thou shalt make the Gods in the sight of all the earth.'”
Exodus 23:21-22 The first verses of Exodus 23 read, “The Lord thy gods shall be a mighty man, who shall bring upon thee a curse, and destroy thy house, and make thee desolate, and bring thee to thy death.”
Exodus 23a:14 The next verse of Bible verse reads “Thy sons shall be made as stubbles, and you shall burn in the fire.”
Exodus 25:21 The next verses of Bible Verse read, “…thy house shall be broken, and in a day