16 Go! gather ye together all the Jews who are to be found in Shusan, and fast ye for me—and neither eat nor drink—three days, night nor day, and, I and my maidens, will fast so,—and, in this manner, will I go in unto the king, though it is not according to the law, and, when I have perished, I have perished!
Esther 4:16 Cross References - Rotherham
19 For I have become his intimate friend, To the end that he may command his sons and his house after him, so shall they keep the way of Yahweh, by doing righteousness and justice. To the end that Yahweh may bring in for Abraham, what he hath spoken concerning him.
14 And, God Almighty, give you compassion before the man, so shall he send with you, your other brother, and Benjamin. But, as for me, when I am bereaved, I am bereaved!
15 But, if it be, a vexation, in your eyes, to serve Yahweh, choose ye for yourselves, to-day, whom ye will serve, whether the gods which your fathers served, that were beyond the River, or the gods of the Amorites, in whose land ye are dwelling,—but, I and my house, will serve Yahweh.
5 And, when he put his life in his hand, and smote the Philistine, and Yahweh wrought a great victory for all Israel, thou sawest, and didst rejoice. Wherefore, then, shouldst thou sin against innocent blood by putting David to death, without cause?
12 Be strong, and let us put forth our strength, for the sake of our people, and for the sake of the cities of our God,—and, Yahweh, do what is good in his own eyes.
3 And Jehoshaphat was afraid, and set his face to seek unto Yahweh,—and proclaimed a fast for all Judah.
1 And it came to pass, on the third day, that Esther put on her royal apparel, and stood in the inner court of the house of the king, over against the house of the king,—and, the king, was sitting upon his royal seat, in the royal house, over against the opening of the house.
12 And, when My Lord Yahweh of hosts called in that day,—for weeping, and for lamentation, and for shaving bare and for girding with sackcloth,
12 Even now, therefore, urgeth Yahweh, Turn ye unto me, with all your heart,—and with fasting and with weeping, and with lamentation; 13 And rend your heart, and not your garments, turn therefore, unto Yahweh your God,—for, gracious and full of compassion, is he, slow to anger, and abundant in loving- kindness, and will grieve over calamity. 14 Who knoweth, he may turn and grieve,—and leave behind him, a blessing, a meal-offering and a drink-offering, to Yahweh your God? 15 Blow ye a horn, in Zion,—hallow a fast, call a solemn assembly: 16 Gather the people, hallow a convocation, collect the elders, gather the children, and the sucklings of the breasts,—let the bridegroom, come forth, from his chamber, and the bride from her bower: 17 Between the porch and the altar, let the priests, weep, the attendants of Yahweh,—and let them say—Look with pity, O Yahweh, upon thy people, and do not deliver thine inheritance to reproach, that the nations, should mock them, Why should they say among the peoples, Where is their God?
4 So Jonah began to enter into the city, one day’s journey,—and he cried out and said—Yet forty days, and, Nineveh, is to be overthrown! 5 And the people of Nineveh believed in God,—and proclaimed a fast, and clothed themselves in sackcloth, from the greatest of them, even unto the least of them. 6 And the word reached unto the king of Nineveh, so he arose from his throne, and laid aside his robe from off him,—and covered him with sackcloth, and sat on ashes. 7 And he caused an outcry to be made—and said—throughout Nineveh, By decree of the king and of his great men, Be it known:—Man and beast, herd and flock, Let them taste, nothing, let them not feed, and, water, let them not drink: 8 Let both man and beast, cover themselves with sackcloth, and let them cry unto God, mightily,—Yea let them turn, every man from his wicked way, and from the violence which is in their hands: 9 Who knoweth whether God himself—may turn and grieve,—and turn away from the glow of his anger, that we perish not?
40 For, just as was Jonah in the belly of the sea-monster three days and three nights, so, will be the Son of Man, in the heart of the earth, three days and three nights.
24 For, whosoever intendeth, his life, to save, shall lose it; but, whosoever shall lose his life for my sake, the same, shall save it?
9 And he was three days without seeing, and did neither eat nor drink.
7 And, when the messenger who had been speaking with him had departed, calling two of the domestics, and a devout soldier of them that constantly attended him,
24 But, for no cause whatever, am I making my life dear to myself, so that I may finish my course and the ministry which I have received from the Lord Jesus, to bear full witness as to the good news of the favour of God.
13 Then, answered Paul—What are ye doing, weeping and breaking my heart? For, I, not only to be bound, but to die in Jerusalem, am ready, in behalf of the name of the Lord Jesus.
33 And, until day was about to dawn, Paul continued to beseech one and all to take some food, saying—This day is, the fourteenth day, that, suspense, fasting, ye are completing,—having helped yourselves, to nothing.
4 Who, indeed, for my life, their own neck laid down,—unto whom—not, I only, give thanks, but also all the assemblies of the nations;
30 Because, for the sake of the work of the Lord, unto death, he drew nigh, running hazard with his life, that he might fill up your lack of the public service, towards me.