10 the Emim, formerly dwelt therein,—a people great and many and tall, like the Anakim.
Bible verses about "giants" | Rotherham
20 A land of giants, used, that also, to be accounted,—giants, dwelt therein aforetime, but the Ammonites, called them Zamzummim:
6 I will not be afraid of myriads of people, who, round about, have set themselves against me.
21 a people great and many and tall, like the Anakim,—but Yahweh destroyed them from before them, and they took their possessions, and dwelt in their stead:
11 Giants, used, they also, to be accounted like the Anakim,—but the Moabites, called them Emim.
18 And it came to pass, after this, that there was yet again a battle in Gob, with the Philistines,—then, Sibbekai the Hushathite smote Saph, who was of the descendants of the giant.
21 And Joshua came in, at that time, and cut off the Anakim from the hill country—from Hebron, from Debir, from Anab, and from all the hill country of Judah, and from all the hill country of Israel,—with their cities, did Joshua devote them to destruction.
11 For, only Og, king of Bashan was left remaining of the remnant of the giants, lo! his bedstead, was a bedstead of iron, is not, the same, in Rabbath of the sons of Ammon? nine cubits, the length thereof and four cubits, the breadth thereof, by the fore-arm of a man.
1 And it came to pass when men had begun to multiply on the face of the ground and daughters had been born to them, 2 that the sons of God saw the daughters of men! that they were, fair,—so they took to themselves wives of whomsoever they chose, 3 And Yahweh said—My spirit shall not rule in man to times age—abiding, for that, he also, is flesh,—Yet his days shall be a hundred and twenty years. 4 The giants, were in the each in these days, and also, after that, when the sons of God began to go in unto the daughters of men, and sons were born to them, the same, were the heroes that were from age-past times the men of renown.
1 And the Philistines gathered together their hosts, unto battle, and they were gathered together unto Socoh, which belongeth unto Judah,—and they encamped between Socoh and Azekah in Ephes-dammim; 2 and, Saul and the men of Israel, gathered themselves together, and encamped in the vale of Elah, and set the army in array against the Philistines. 3 And, the Philistines, were standing near the hill on one side, and, the Israelites, were standing near the hill on the other side,—while, the valley, was between them. 4 And there came forth a champion out of the camp of the Philistines, Goliath, his name, from Gath,—his height, six cubits and a span; 5 with a helmet of bronze on his head, and, with a scaly coat of mail, was he clad,—the weight of the coat, being five thousand shekels of bronze; 6 and, greaves of bronze, on his feet,—and, a javelin of bronze, between his shoulders; 7 and, the shaft of his spear, was like a weaver’s beam, and, the flashing head of his spear, was six hundred shekels of iron,—and, his shield-bearer, was coming on before him. 8 And he took his stand, and cried unto the ranks of Israel, and said unto them, Wherefore should ye come out, to set in array for battle? Am not, I, a Philistine, while, ye, are servants unto Saul? Choose you a man, and let him come down unto me: 9 If he prevail in fighting with me, and smite me, then will we become your servants,—but, if, I, prevail over him, and smite him, then shall ye become our servants, and serve, us. 10 And the Philistine said—I, reproach the ranks of Israel, this day,—give me a man, that we may fight together. 11 When Saul and all Israel heard these words of the Philistine, they were dismayed, and feared exceedingly. 12 Now, David, was the son of that Ephrathite of Bethlehem-judah, whose, name, was Jesse, and, who, had eight sons,—and, the man, in the days of Saul was old, advanced in years. 13 And the three eldest sons of Jesse had followed Saul to the battle,—and, the names of his three sons who went into the battle, were Eliab the firstborn, and, the next to him, Abinadab, and, the third, Shammah. 14 But, as for David, he, was the youngest,—and, the three eldest, followed Saul; 15 whereas, David, kept going and returning from Saul,—to tend his father’s sheep at Bethlehem. 16 And the Philistine drew near morning and evening,—and presented himself forty days. 17 And Jesse said unto David his son, Take, I pray thee, unto thy brethren—this ephah of parched corn, and these ten loaves,—and run to the camp unto thy brethren; 18 also these ten slices of soft cheese, shalt thou take to the captain of their thousand,—and, as for thy brethren, give good heed to their welfare, their pledge, also shalt thou receive. 19 Now, Saul, and they, and all the men of Israel, were in the vale of Elah, ready to fight with the Philistines. 20 So then David rose up early in the morning, and entrusted the sheep to a keeper, and took up [the provisions] and went his way, as Jesse had commanded him,—and came into the circular rampart, as, the force, was going forth into the ranks, and shouted for the fight. 21 So Israel and the Philistines set in array for battle, army against army. 22 Then David entrusted the provisions that were upon him to the care of the keeper of the stores, and ran unto the ranks,—and came and asked for the welfare of his brethren. 23 Now, as he was speaking with them, lo! the champion coming up, Goliath the Philistine, by name, of Gath, [coming up] out of the ranks of the Philistines, and he spake according to these words,—and David heard [them] . 24 Now, all the men of Israel, when they saw the man, fled from before him, and feared exceedingly. 25 And the men of Israel said—Have ye seen this man that is coming up? For, to reproach Israel, is he coming. So then it shall be, that, the man that shall smite him, the same, will the king enrich with great riches, and, his own daughter, will give him, and, his father’s house, will he make free in Israel. 26 Then spake David unto the men that were standing by him, saying, What shall be done to the man that shall smite yonder Philistine, and so shall take away reproach from off Israel? For who is this uncircumcised Philistine that he hath reproached the ranks of a Living God? 27 And the people answered him, according to this word saying,—So, shall it be done to the man that shall smite him. 28 Now Eliab his eldest brother heard when he spake unto the men,—then was kindled the anger of Eliab against David, and he said—Wherefore is it that thou hast come down? and to whom hast thou entrusted those few sheep in the wilderness? I, know thy pride, and the foolishness of thy heart, for, to see the battle, hast thou come down. 29 And David said, What have I done, now? Was there not, a cause? 30 Then turned he from him unto another, and said—according to this word,—and the people returned him an answer, like the first. 31 And the words which David spake were overheard,—and, when they told them before Saul, he summoned him. 32 And David said unto Saul, Let not the heart of my lord fail, because of him,—thy servant, will go, and fight with this Philistine. 33 And Saul said unto David—Thou art not able to go against this Philistine, to fight with him,—for, a youth, art, thou, but, he, a man of war, from his youth. 34 Then said David unto Saul, Thy servant used to tend his father’s sheep,—and there would come a lion, or a bear, and carry off a lamb out of the flock; 35 and I would go out after him, and smite him, and rescue it out of his mouth,—and, if he rose against me, I would catch him by his beard, and smite him, and slay him. 36 Thy servant could slay, either a lion or a bear,—and, this uncircumcised Philistine, shall become, as one of them, for he hath reproached the ranks of a Living God. 37 And David said, Yahweh, who hath rescued me out of the power of the lion, and out of the power of the bear, he, will rescue us out of the hand of this Philistine. Then said Saul unto David—Go! and, Yahweh, will be with thee. 38 And Saul clad David with his own military coat, and set a helmet of bronze upon his head,—and clad him with a coat of mail. 39 And David girded his sword above his military coat, but was reluctant to go, for he had not proved them,—so David said unto Saul—I cannot go in these, for I have not proved them. And David put them off him. 40 Then took he his stick in his hand, and chose him five smooth stones out of the torrent-bed, and put them in the shepherd’s-pouch which he had—even in the wallet, and had his sling in his hand,—and so drew near unto the Philistine. 41 And the Philistine came on and on, and drew near unto David,—and the man carrying the shield was before him. 42 And, when the Philistine looked about, and saw David, he disdained him,—for he was a youth, and ruddy, a stripling of fair countenance. 43 Then said the Philistine unto David, A dog, am, I, that thou art coming unto me, with sticks? And the Philistine cursed David, by his god. 44 And the Philistine said unto David,—Come, unto me, that I may give thy flesh to the birds of heaven, and to the beasts of the field. 45 Then said David unto the Philistine—Thou, art coming unto me with sword, and with spear, and with javelin,—but, I, am coming unto thee in the name of Yahweh of hosts, God of the ranks of Israel which thou hast reproached. 46 This day, will Yahweh deliver thee into my hand, and I will smite thee, and take thy head from off thee, and will give thy dead body and the dead bodies of the host of Philistines, this day, unto the birds of heaven, and unto the wild beasts of the earth,—that all the earth may know that Israel hath a God; 47 and that all this gathered host may know that, not with sword and with spear, doth Yahweh save,—for, unto Yahweh, belongeth the battle, and he will deliver you into our hand. 48 And it came to pass, when the Philistine arose, and came and drew near to meet David, that David hasted, and ran toward the ranks to meet the Philistine. 49 And David thrust his hand into his pouch, and took from thence a stone, and slang it, and smote the Philistine, in his forehead,—that the stone sank into his forehead, and he fell upon his face, to the earth. 50 Thus David prevailed over the Philistine, with the sling and with the stone, and smote the Philistine, and slew him,—but, sword, was there none in the hand of David. 51 So David ran, and stood by the Philistine, and took his sword and drew it out of the sheath thereof, and slew him, and cut off, therewith, his head,—and, when the Philistines saw that their hero was slain, they fled. 52 Then arose the men of Israel and Judah, and shouted, and pursued the Philistines, as far as the entrance into Gath, and as far as the gates of Ekron,—and the slain of the Philistines fell in the way to the two gates, even as far as Gath and as far as Ekron. 53 And the sons of Israel returned from hotly pursuing the Philistines,—and plundered their camps. 54 And David took the head of the Philistine, and brought it into Jerusalem,—but, his armour, put he into his tent. 55 And, when Saul saw David going forth to meet the Philistine, he said unto Abner, prince of the host, Whose son is the young man, Abner? And Abner said, By the life of thy soul, O king! I know not. 56 Then said the king,—Ask, thou, whose son the stripling is? 57 And, when David returned from smiting the Philistine, Abner took him, and brought him before Saul,—with the head of the Philistine in his hand. 58 And Saul said unto him, Whose son art, thou, O young man? And David said, Son of thy servant Jesse, the Bethlehemite.
6 Messengers also, even them who had not kept their own principality, but had forsaken their proper dwelling, unto the judgment of the great day in perpetual bonds under thick gloom, hath he reserved.
28 Whither, are, we, to go up? Our own brethren, have made our heart melt saying—A people greater and taller than we, cities large and walled-up into the heavens,—yea, moreover sons of Anakim, have we seen there.
33 And, there, saw we the giants, sons of Anak [descended] of the giants,—And we were in our own eyes, as grass-hoppers, And, so, were we in their eyes.
1 And it came to pass when men had begun to multiply on the face of the ground and daughters had been born to them, 2 that the sons of God saw the daughters of men! that they were, fair,—so they took to themselves wives of whomsoever they chose, 3 And Yahweh said—My spirit shall not rule in man to times age—abiding, for that, he also, is flesh,—Yet his days shall be a hundred and twenty years. 4 The giants, were in the each in these days, and also, after that, when the sons of God began to go in unto the daughters of men, and sons were born to them, the same, were the heroes that were from age-past times the men of renown. 5 Then Yahweh saw that great, was the wickedness of man in the earth, and that, every purpose of the devices of his heart, was only wicked all the day; 6 and it grieved Yahweh, that he had made man in the earth,—and he took sorrow unto his heart. 7 And Yahweh said—I must wipe off man whom I created from off the face of the ground, from man unto beast unto creeping thing, and unto the bird of the heavens,—for I am grieved that I made them. 8 But, Noah, had found favour in the eyes, of Yahweh. 9 These, are the generations of Noah, Noah, was, a righteous man blameless, in his generations,—with God, did Noah walk. 10 And Noah begat three sons,—Shem, Ham and Japheth. 11 And the earth corrupted itself before God,—and the earth was filled with violence, 12 And God beheld the earth, and lo! it had corrupted itself,—surely all flesh had corrupted its way, on the earth. 13 So God said unto Noah: the end of all flesh, hath come in before me, for, filled, is the earth with violence, because of them,—behold me, then, destroying them with the earth. 14 Make for thee an ark of timbers of gopher, Grooms, shalt thou make with the ark,—and-thou shalt cover it within and without with pitch. 15 And, this, is how thou shalt make it,—three hundred cubits, the length of the ark, fifty cubits, the breadth thereof, and thirty cubits the height thereof. 16 A place for light, shalt thou make to the ark and to a cubit, shalt thou finish it upwards, and the opening of the ark—in the side thereof, shalt thou put,—with lower, second and third stories, shalt thou make it. 17 And, I, behold me! bringing in the flood—even waters upon the earth, to destroy all flesh wherein is the spirit of life, from under the heavens,—everything that is in the earth, shall cease to breathe: 18 therefore will I establish my covenant with thee,—and thou shalt enter into the ark, thou, and thy sons, and thy wife, and thy sons wives, with thee. 19 Moreover of all the living creatures of all flesh—two of each, shalt thou bring into the ark to keep alive with thee,—male and female, shall they be. 20 Of the bird after its kind and of the beast after its kind, [and] of every creeping thing of the ground after its kind, two of each, shall come in unto thee. for keeping alive. 21 But thou, take to thee of all food that is eaten, and gather it unto thee,—and it shall be for thee and for them for food. 22 And Noah did [so],—according to all that God commanded him, so did he.
4 The giants, were in the each in these days, and also, after that, when the sons of God began to go in unto the daughters of men, and sons were born to them, the same, were the heroes that were from age-past times the men of renown.