37 But Iacob toke staues of grene wyllies, hasell and of chestnottrees, and pylled whyte strekes in them, 38 and layed the staues that he had pylled, in the drynkinge troughes before the flocke, which came there to drynke, that they shulde conceaue, whan they came to drynke. 39 So the flockes conceaued ouer ye staues, and brought forth speckelde, spotted and partye coloured. 40 Then Iacob parted ye lambes, and put them to the flocke vnto the spotted: and all that was blacke in Labans flocke, that put he vnto the spotted. And he made him a flocke of his owne, which he put not vnto Labans flocke. 41 Neuertheles in the first buckynge tyme of the flockes, he layed the staues in the drynkinge troughes before the eyes of the flockes, that they shulde conceaue ouer the staues. 42 But in the latter buckynge tyme he layed them not in. So the later were Labans, but the firstlinges were Iacobs. 43 Thus the man became exceadinge riche, so that he had many shepe, maydens & seruauntes, Camels and Asses.
Bible verses about "almonds" | Coverdale
31 Morouer thou shalt make a candelsticke of fyne beaten golde, where vpon shall be the shaft with braunches, cuppes, knoppes, and floures. 32 Sixe braunches shall proceade out of the sydes of the candelsticke, out of euery syde thre braunches. 33 Euery braunch shal haue thre cuppes, (like allmondes) thre knoppes, and thre floures. These shalbe the sixe braunches of the candilsticke. 34 But the shaft of the candilsticke it self shal haue foure cuppes, knoppes and floures, 35 and allwaie a knoppe vnder two braunches, of the sixe that proceade out of the candilsticke. 36 For both the knoppes and braunches shall proceade out of the shaft, all one pece of fyne beaten golde. 37 And thou shalt make seuen lampes aboue there on, that they maye geue light one ouer agaynst another, 38 and snoffers and out quenchers of pure golde. 39 Out of an hundreth pounde weight of pure golde shalt thou make it, with all this apparell. 40 And se that thou make it after the patrone that thou hast sene in the mount.
8 On the morow wha Moses wete in to ye Tabernacle of witnesse, he foude yt Aaros rodde of the house of Leui florished, and brought forth blossoms, & bare allmondes.
1 Remembre thy maker in thy youth, or euer the dayes of aduersite come, and or the yeares drawe nye, when thou shalt saye: I haue no pleasure in them: 2 before the Sonne, ye light, ye Moone and the starres be darckened, and or the cloudes turne agayne after the rayne: 3 when the kepers of the house shall tremble, and when the stronge men shal bowe them selues: when the Myllers stonde still because they be so fewe, and when the sight of the wyndowes shal waxe dymme: 4 whan the dores in the stretes shal be shutt, and whan ye voyce of the Myller shall be layed downe: whan men shall ryse vp at the voyce of the byrde, and whan all ye doughters of musyck shalbe brought lowe: 5 whan men shal feare in hye places, and be afrayed in the stretes: whan the Almonde tre shalbe despysed, the greshopper borne out, and whan greate pouerte shall breake in: when man goeth to his longe home, and the mourners go aboute the stretes. 6 Or euer the syluer lace be taken awaye, and or the golden bende be broken: Or the pott be broken at the well, & the whele vpon the Cisterne: 7 Or dust be turned againe vnto earth from whence it came, and or the sprete returne vnto God, which gaue it. 8 All is but vanite (sayeth the preacher) all is but playne vanite. 9 The same preacher was not wyse alone, but taught the people knowlege also: he gaue good hede, sought out the groude and set forth many parables. 10 His diligence was to fynde out acceptable wordes, right scripture, and the wordes of trueth. 11 For the wordes of ye wyse are like prickes and nales that go thorow, wherwith men are kepte together: for they are geuen of one shepherde onely. 12 Therfore bewarre (my sonne) that aboue these thou make the not many & innumerable bokes, nor take dyuerse doctrynes in hande, to weery thy body withall. 13 Lat vs heare the conclucion of all thinges: Feare God, and kepe his comaundementes, for that toucheth all men: 14 For God shall iudge all workes and secrete thinges, whether they be good or euell.