27 Or, at thy bidding, that the Eagle mounteth, and that he setteth on high his nest? 28 The crag, he inhabiteth, and so lodgeth himself, on the tooth of the crag, and high fort; 29 From thence, he searcheth out food, far away, his eyes do pierce; 30 And, his young brood, suck up blood, and, where the slain are, there, is he.
Bible verses about "eagles wings" | Rotherham
2 So shall the sun of righteousness, arise to you who revere my Name, with healing in his wings,—and ye shall come forth and leap for joy like calves let loose from the stall;
1 Comfort ye—comfort ye my people,—Saith your God. 2 Speak ye unto the heart of Jerusalem, And cry unto her,—That accomplished is her warfare, That accepted is her punishment,—That she hath received, at the hand of Yahweh, According to the full measure of all her sins. 3 A voice of one crying!—In the desert, prepare ye the way of Yahweh,—Make smooth in the waste plain a highway for our God: 4 Let, every valley, be exalted, And every mountain and hill, be made low,—And, the steep ground become, level, And, the chain of hills—a plain: 5 Then shall be revealed the glory of Yahweh,—And all flesh shall see it together, For, the mouth of Yahweh, hath spoken! 6 A voice saying Cry! And one said—What should I cry? All flesh, is grass, And, all the grace thereof, like the flower of the field: 7 The grass hath withered The flower hath faded, Because, the breath of Yahweh, hath blown upon it! Surely the people is grass! 8 The grass, hath withered, The flower, hath faded,—But the word of our God, shall stand unto times age-abiding! 9 To a high mountain, get ye up, O herald—band of Zion, Lift high with strength your voice, O herald—band of Jerusalem,—Lift it high, do not fear, Say to the cities of Judah—Lo! your God! 10 Lo! My Lord, Yahweh, as a mighty one, doth come, And, his own arm, is about to rule for him,—Lo! his reward, is with him, And, his recompense, before him; 11 Like a shepherd, his flock, will he tend, In his own arm, will he take up the lambs, And in his own bosom, will he carry [them],—Them which are with young, will he lead to a place of rest. 12 Who hath measured, with the hollow of his hand, the waters. Or the heavens with a span, hath meted out, Or hath comprehended, in a measure, the dust of the earth, Or weighed, in scales, the mountains, Or the hills, in a balance? 13 Who hath proved the spirit of Yahweh? Or being his counsellor hath been giving him knowledge? 14 With whom hath he taken counsel—And he hath given him intelligence, And instructed him in the path of justice,—And taught him knowledge, And in the way of intelligence, hath been giving him understanding? 15 Lo! nations, Are us a drop on a bucket, And as fine dust on a balance, are accounted,—Lo! islands, like an atom, can he hoist; 16 And, Lebanon, is not sufficient to burn,—Nor, the beasts thereof sufficient for an ascending-sacrifice! 17 All nations, are as nothing before him,—A thing of nought or a waste, are they accounted unto him? 18 Unto whom then can ye liken GOD? Or, what likeness, can ye compare unto him? 19 The image, hath been cast by an artificer, And a goldsmith, with gold, overlayeth it,—And, chains of silver, he worketh. 20 The needy offerer, of a tree that will not rot, maketh choice,—A skilled artificer, seeketh he out for himself to construct an image that shall not totter, 21 Have ye never taken note? Have ye never heard? Hath it not from the beginning, been told you? Have ye not been led to discern, from the foundations of the earth? 22 It is he who sitteth upon the circle of the earth, While the inhabitants thereof are, as grass-hoppers,—Who stretcheth forth, as a curtain, the heavens, And spreadeth them out as a tent to dwell in; 23 Who delivereth dignitaries to nothingness,—Judges of earth, like a desolation, hath he made: 24 Scarcely have they been planted, Scarcely have they been sown, Scarcely hath their stock, begun to take root in the earth, When he hath just blown upon them and they have withered, And, a whirlwind, as though they haft been chaff, carrieth them away. 25 Unto whom then, can ye liken me, or can I be equal? Saith the Holy One. 26 Lift on high your eyes—and see who hath created these, That bringeth forth, by number, their host,—To all of them by name, doth call, Because of the abundance of vigour and alertness of strength, not one, is missing! 27 Wherefore, shouldest thou say, O Jacob, or speak, O Israel,—Hidden is my path from Yahweh, And from my God, my vindication, will pass? 28 Hast thou not known, Hast thou not heard, That The God of age-past time—Yahweh The Creator of the ends of the earth Fainteth not neither groweth weary—There is no searching of his understanding: 29 Giving to him that fainteth, strength, And to him that hath no vigour, he causeth, power to abound? 30 Youths both faint and grow weary, And, young warriors—they fall, they fall; 31 But, they who wait for Yahweh, shall renew their strength, They shall mount on strong pinion like eagles,—They shall run and not grew weary, They shall walk and not faint.
1 In the first year of Belshazzar, king of Babylon, Daniel, beheld, a dream, and visions of his head upon his bed,—then, the dream, he wrote, the sum of the matters, he told. 2 Daniel spake and said, I was looking, in my vision [which came] with the night,—when, lo! the four winds of the heavens, bursting forth upon the great sea; 3 and four large wild beasts, coming up out of the sea,—diverse, one from another:— 4 The foremost, like a lion, having, the wings of an eagle,—I looked until the wings thereof, were torn out, and it was lifted up from the earth, and, upon its feet, like a man, was it caused to stand, and, the heart of a man, was given to it. 5 And, lo! another wild beast, a second, resembling a bear, and, on one side, was it raised up, with three ribs in its mouth, between its teeth,—and, thus, were they saying to it, Rise! devour much flesh. 6 After that, I was looking, and lo! another like a leopard, and it, had four wings of a bird upon its back,—and four heads, had the wild beast, and dominion, was given to it, 7 After that, I was looking in the visions of the night, when lo! a fourth wild beast, terrible and well-hipped and exceeding strong, and it had, large teeth of iron, it devoured and brake in pieces, and, the residue—with its feet, it trampled down,—and, it, was diverse from all the wild beasts that were before it, and it had, ten horns. 8 I was considering the horns, when lo! another horn, a little one, came up among them, and, three of the former horns, were uprooted from before it,—and lo! eyes, like the eyes of a man, in this horn, and, a mouth, speaking great things. 9 I continued looking, until that, thrones, were placed, and, the Ancient of days, took his seat,—whose, garment, like snow, was white, and, the hair of his head, like pure wool, his throne, was flames of fire, his wheels, a burning fire. 10 A stream of fire, was flowing on and issuing forth from before him, a thousand thousand, waited upon him and, ten thousand times ten thousand, before him, stood up,—Judgment, took its seat, and, books, were opened. 11 I continued looking, then because of the sound of the great words which the horn was speaking, I continued looking, until that the wild beast, was slain, and his body destroyed, and given to the burning of the fire. 12 As concerning the rest of the beasts, their dominion, was taken away,—but, a lengthening of life, was given to them, until time and season. 13 I continued looking in the visions of the night, when lo! with the clouds of the heavens, one like a son of man, was coming,—and, unto the Ancient of days, he approached, and, before him, they brought him near; 14 and, unto him, were given dominion and dignity and kingship, that all peoples, races and tongues, unto him, should do service,—his dominion, was an age-abiding dominion, which should not pass away, and, his kingdom, that which should not be destroyed. 15 The spirit of, me, Daniel, was grieved in the midst of the sheath,—and, the visions of my head, terrified me. 16 I drew near unto one of them who stood by, and made exact enquiry of him, concerning all this,—so he told me, and, the interpretation of the things, made he known unto me. 17 These great wild beasts, which are four,—are four kings who shall arise out of the earth; 18 but the holy ones of the Highest, shall receive the kingdom,—and shall possess the kingdom for the age, yea for the age of ages. 19 Then desired I to be sure, concerning the fourth wild beast, which was diverse from all of them,—exceeding terrible, whose, teeth, were iron, and, his claws, of bronze, he devoured, brake in pieces, and, the residue—with his feet, he trampled down; 20 also concerning the ten horns, which were in his head, and the other, which came up, and there fell—from among them that were before it—three,—and this horn which had, eyes, and, a mouth, speaking great things, and, his look, was more proud than his fellows: 21 I continued looking, when, this horn, made war with the holy ones,—and prevailed against them: 22 until that the Ancient of Days, came, and, justice, was granted to the holy ones of the Highest,—and, the time, arrived, that the holy ones should possess, the kingdom. 23 Thus, he said, The fourth wild beast, is a fourth kingdom which shall be in the earth, which shall be diverse from all the kingdoms,—and shall devour all the earth, and shall trample it down, and break it in pieces. 24 And, the ten horns of that kingdom, are ten kings who will arise,—and, another, will arise after them, and, he, will be diverse from the former ones, and, three kings, will he cast down; 25 and, words against the Most High, will he speak, and, the holy ones of the Highest, will he afflict,—and will hope to change times and law, and they will be given into his hand, for a season and seasons and the dividing of a season, 26 but, Judgment, will take its seat,—and, his dominion, will they take away, to destroy and make disappear unto an end. 27 And, the kingdom, and the dominion, and the greatness of the kingdoms under all the heavens, shall be given to the people of the holy ones of the Highest,—his kingdom, is an age-abiding kingdom, and, all the dominions, unto him, will render service, and show themselves obedient. 28 Hitherto is the end of the matter. As for me, Daniel, greatly did my thoughts terrify me, and, my bright looks, were changed upon me, but, the matter—in mine own heart, I kept.
11 As, an eagle, stirreth up his nest, Over his young ones, fluttereth, Spreadeth abroad his wings, taketh one, Beareth it up on his pinions,
4 Ye, have seen what I did unto the Egyptians,—And how I bare you upon wings of eagles, And brought you in unto myself:—
31 But, they who wait for Yahweh, shall renew their strength, They shall mount on strong pinion like eagles,—They shall run and not grew weary, They shall walk and not faint.