33 Their wyne is the poyson of Dragons, & the furious gall of Adders.
Bible verses about "dragon" | Coverdale
13 But God is my kynge of olde, the helpe that is done vpon earth he doth it himself.
13 Thou shalt go vpo the Lyon and Adder, the yonge Lyon and the Dragon shalt thou treade vnder thy fete.
19 Oure hert is not turned backe, nether oure steppes gone out of thy waye.
1 Darrest thou drawe out Leuiathan with an angle, or bynde his tonge with a snare? 2 Canst thou put a rynge in the nose of him, or bore his chaftes thorow with a naule? 3 Wyll he make many fayre wordes with the (thynkest thou) or flatre the: 4 Wyll he make a couenaunt with the? Or, art thou able for to compell him to do the contynuall seruyce? 5 Wilt thou take thy pastyne wt him as with a byrde, or geue him vnto thy maydens, 6 that thy companyons maye hew him in peces, to be parted amonge the marchaunt men? 7 Canst thou fyll the nett wt his skynne, or ye fysh panyer with his heade? 8 Darrest thou laye honde vpon him? It is better for the to considre what harme might happe the there thorow and not to touch him. 9 For when thou thynkest to haue holde vpon him, he shall begyle the: Euery man also that seyth him, shall go backe. And why? 10 There darre none be so bolde, as to rayse him vp. Who is able to stonde before me? 11 Or, who hath geuen me eny thynge afore hande, that I am bounde to rewarde him agayne? All thinges vnder heauen are myne. 12 I feare him not, whether he threaten or speake fayre. 13 Who lifteth him vp and stripeth him out of his clothes, or who taketh him by the bytt of his brydle? 14 Who openeth the dore of his face? for he hath horrible tethe rounde aboute. 15 His body is couered with scales as it were with shyldes, lockte in, kepte, and well copacte together. 16 One is so ioyned to another, that no ayre can come in: 17 Yee one hangeth so vpon another, and sticke so together, that they can not be sundered. 18 His nesinge is like a glisteringe fyre, and his eyes like the mornynge shyne. 19 Out of his mouth go torches and fyre brandes, 20 out off his nostrels there goeth a smoke, like as out off an hote seetinge pott. 21 His breth maketh the coales burne, the flame goeth out of his mouth. 22 In his necke remayneth strength, and before his face sorowe is turned to gladnesse. 23 The membres of his body are ioyned so strayte one to another, and cleue so fast together, that he can not be moued. 24 His hert is as harde as a stone, ad as fast as the styth ye that the hammer man smyteth vpon. 25 When he goeth: the mightiest off all are afrayed, and the wawes heuy. 26 Yff he drawe out the swearde, there maye nether speare ner brest plate abyde him. 27 He setteth as moch by a strawe as by yro, and as moch by a rotten stocke as by metall. 28 He starteth not awaye for him that bendeth the bowe, & as for slynge stones, he careth as moch for stubble as for them 29 He counteth the hammer no better then a strawe, he laugheth him to scorne that shaketh the speare. 30 He treadeth the golde in the myre like ye sharpe potsherdes. 31 He maketh the depe to seeth and boyle like a pott, and stereth the see together like an oyntment. 32 The waye is light after him, the depe is his walkynge place. 33 Vpon earth is there no power like vnto his, for he is so made, that he feareth not. 34 Yff a man will cosidre all hye thinges, this same is a kynge ouer all the children off pryde.
7 Prayse the LORDE vpon earth, ye whalfishes and all depes.
13 Thornes shal growe in their palaces, nettels & thistles in their stronge holdes, yt the dragons maye haue their pleasure therin, & that they maye be a courte for Estriches.
22 The litle Oules shall crie in the palaces, one after another, & Dragos shalbe in the pleasaut perlours. And as for Babilons tyme, it is at honde, & hir dayes maye not be longe absent.
9 Wake vp, wake vp, & be stronge: O thou arme of the LORDE: wake vp, lyke as in tymes past, euer and sence the worlde beganne.
20 The wilde beastes shal worshippe me: the dragon, and the Estrich. For I shall geue water in ye wildernesse, and streames in the deserte: that I maye geue drike to my people, whom I chose.
6 The wilde Asses shall stonde in the Mosse, and drawe in their wynde like the Dragos, their eyes shal fayle for wat of grasse.
11 I will make Ierusalem also an heape of stones, and a denne of venymous wormes. And I wil make the cities of Iuda so waist, that no man shal dwell therin.
7 The drie grounde shal turne to ryuers, and the thurstie to springes of water. Where as dragons dwelt afore, there shal growe swete floures and grene russhes.
34 Nabuchodonosor the kinge of Babilon hath deuoured and distroyed me, he hath made me an emptie vessell. He swalowed me vp like a Dragon, and fylled his bely with my delicates: he hath cast me out,
3 Speake, and tell him, thus saieth the LORDE God: beholde, o Pharao thou kinge of Egipte, I wil vpo the, thou greate whall fysh, yt lyest in yi waters: Thou yt sayest: the water is myne, I haue made it myself.
3 and hated Esau: Yee I haue made his hilles waist, and his heretage a wyldernesse for dragos.
8 Wherfore I wil mourne & make lamentacion, bare & naked will I go: I must mourne like ye dragos, & take sorow as ye Estriches:
9 And the greate dragon that olde serpent (called the deuell and Sathanas) was cast out. Which disceaued all the worlde. And he was cast in to the earth, and his angelles were cast out with him also.
3 And there appeared another token in heauen, and beholde a greate reed dragon, hauinge seuen heades, and ten hornes and seue crownes vpo his heades:
2 And he toke the dragon that olde serpent (which is the deuell and Satanas) and he bounde him a thousand yeares:
1 And there appeared a greate token in heauen. A woman clothed with the Sonne, and the mone vnder her fete, and vpon her heed a crowne of twolue starres. 2 And she was with childe, and cryed trauaillinge in byrth, and payned redy to be delyuered. 3 And there appeared another token in heauen, and beholde a greate reed dragon, hauinge seuen heades, and ten hornes and seue crownes vpo his heades: 4 and his tayle drue the thyrde parte of the starres, and cast them to the earth. And the dragon stode before the woma, which was ready to be delyuered: for to devoure her childe as sone as it were borne. 5 And she brought forth a man childe, which shulde rule all nacions with a rod of yron. And her sonne was taken vp vnto God, and to his seate. 6 And the woman fled in to wyldernes, where she had a place prepared off God, that they shulde fede her there a M.ij.C. and lx. dayes. 7 And there was a greate batayll in heaue Michael and his angels foughte with the dragon, and the dragon fought and his angels, 8 and preuayled not, nether was their place founde eny more in heauen. 9 And the greate dragon that olde serpent (called the deuell and Sathanas) was cast out. Which disceaued all the worlde. And he was cast in to the earth, and his angelles were cast out with him also. 10 And I harde a lowde voyce, which sayde in heauen: Now is saluacion, and strength and the kyngdome become oure Gods, and ye power his Christes: For he is cast downe, which accused them before God daye and night. 11 And they ouercame him by the bloude of the lambe, and by the worde of their testimony, and they loued not their lyues vnto the deeth. 12 Therfore reioyce ye heauens, and ye that dwell in them. Wo to the inhabiters of the earth, and of the see: for the deuell is come downe vnto you, which hath greate wrath, because he knoweth, that he hath but a short tyme. 13 And when the dragon sawe, that he was cast vnto the earth, he persecuted the woman, which brought forth the man childe. 14 And to the woman were geue two wynges of a greate egle that she might flye in to the wyldernes, in to her place, where she is norysshed for a tyme, two tymes, and halffe a tyme, from the presence of the serpet. 15 And the dragon cast out of his mouth water after the woma, as it had bene a ryuer, that he might cause her to be caught of ye floud. 16 And the earth holpe the woman, and the earth opened her mouth, and swalowed vp the ryuer which the dragon cast out of his mouth. 17 And the dragon was wroth with the woma: and went and made warre with the remnaunt of hyr sede, which kepe the comaundementes of God, and haue the testimony of Iesus Christ. And I stode on the see sonde.
1 Then the LORDE with his heuye, great and loge swearde shal vyset Leuiatha, that invincible serpet: eue Leuiatha yt croked serpent, and shal slaye the Wallfish in ye see.