Gen 6:15 This is how you should make it: The ark is to be 450 feet long, 75 feet wide, and 45 feet high.
Gen 7:20 The waters rose more than twenty feet above the mountains.
Gen 8:9 The dove could not find a resting place for its feet because water still covered the surface of the entire earth, and so it returned to Noah in the ark. He stretched out his hand, took the dove, and brought it back into the ark.
Gen 18:4 Let a little water be brought so that you may all wash your feet and rest under the tree.
Gen 19:2 He said, “Here, my lords, please turn aside to your servant’s house. Stay the night and wash your feet. Then you can be on your way early in the morning.” “No,” they replied, “we’ll spend the night in the town square.”
Gen 24:32 So Abraham’s servant went to the house and unloaded the camels. Straw and feed were given to the camels, and water was provided so that he and the men who were with him could wash their feet.
Gen 43:24 The servant in charge brought the men into Joseph’s house. He gave them water, and they washed their feet. Then he gave food to their donkeys.
Gen 49:10 The scepter will not depart from Judah, nor the ruler’s staff from between his feet, until he comes to whom it belongs; the nations will obey him.
Gen 49:33 When Jacob finished giving these instructions to his sons, he pulled his feet up onto the bed, breathed his last breath, and went to his people.
Exo 3:5 God said, “Do not approach any closer! Take your sandals off your feet, for the place where you are standing is holy ground.”
Exo 4:25 But Zipporah took a flint knife, cut off the foreskin of her son and touched it to Moses’ feet, and said, “Surely you are a bridegroom of blood to me.”
Exo 12:11 This is how you are to eat it – dressed to travel, your sandals on your feet, and your staff in your hand. You are to eat it in haste. It is the Lord’s Passover.
Exo 24:10 and they saw the God of Israel. Under his feet there was something like a pavement made of sapphire, clear like the sky itself.
Exo 25:10 “They are to make an ark of acacia wood – its length is to be three feet nine inches, its width two feet three inches, and its height two feet three inches.
Exo 25:12 You are to cast four gold rings for it and put them on its four feet, with two rings on one side and two rings on the other side.
Exo 25:17 “You are to make an atonement lid of pure gold; its length is to be three feet nine inches, and its width is to be two feet three inches.
Exo 25:23 “You are to make a table of acacia wood; its length is to be three feet, its width one foot six inches, and its height two feet three inches.
Exo 26:2 The length of each curtain is to be forty-two feet, and the width of each curtain is to be six feet – the same size for each of the curtains.
Exo 26:8 The length of each curtain is to be forty-five feet, and the width of each curtain is to be six feet
– the same size for the eleven curtains.
Exo 26:16 Each frame is to be fifteen feet long, and each frame is to be two feet three inches wide,
Exo 27:1 “You are to make the altar of acacia wood, seven feet six inches long, and seven feet six inches wide; the altar is to be square, and its height is to be four feet six inches.
Exo 27:9 “You are to make the courtyard of the tabernacle. For the south side there are to be hangings for the courtyard of fine twisted linen, one hundred fifty feet long for one side,
Exo 27:11 Likewise for its length on the north side, there are to be hangings for one hundred fifty feet, with twenty posts and their twenty bronze bases, with silver hooks and bands on the posts.
Exo 27:12 The width of the court on the west side is to be seventy-five feet with hangings, with their ten posts and their ten bases.
Exo 27:13 The width of the court on the east side, toward the sunrise, is to be seventy-five feet.
Exo 27:14 The hangings on one side of the gate are to be twenty-two and a half feet long, with their three posts and their three bases.
Exo 27:15 On the second side there are to be hangings twenty-two and a half feet long, with their three posts and their three bases.
Exo 27:16 For the gate of the courtyard there is to be a curtain of thirty feet, of blue, purple, and scarlet yarn and fine twined linen, the work of an embroiderer, with four posts and their four bases.
Exo 27:18 The length of the courtyard is to be one hundred fifty feet and the width seventy-five feet, and the height of the fine twisted linen hangings is to be seven and a half feet, with their bronze bases.
Exo 29:20 and you are to kill the ram and take some of its blood and put it on the tip of the right ear of Aaron, on the tip of the right ear of his sons, on the thumb of their right hand, and on the big toe of their right foot, and then splash the blood all around on the altar.
Exo 30:2 Its length is to be a foot and a half and its width a foot and a half; it will be square. Its height is to be three feet, with its horns of one piece with it.
Exo 30:19 and Aaron and his sons must wash their hands and their feet from it.
Exo 30:21 they must wash their hands and their feet so that they do not die. And this will be a perpetual ordinance for them and for their descendants throughout their generations.”
Exo 36:9 The length of one curtain was forty-two feet, and the width of one curtain was six feet – the same size for each of the curtains.
Exo 36:15 The length of one curtain was forty-five feet, and the width of one curtain was six feet – one size for all eleven curtains.
Exo 36:21 The length of each frame was fifteen feet, the width of each frame was two and a quarter feet,
Exo 37:1 Bezalel made the ark of acacia wood; its length was three feet nine inches, its width two feet three inches, and its height two feet three inches.
Exo 37:3 He cast four gold rings for it that he put on its four feet, with two rings on one side and two rings on the other side.
Exo 37:6 He made an atonement lid of pure gold; its length was three feet nine inches, and its width was two feet three inches.
Exo 37:10 He made the table of acacia wood; its length was three feet, its width one foot six inches, and its height two feet three inches.
Exo 37:25 He made the incense altar of acacia wood. Its length was a foot and a half and its width a foot and a half – a square – and its height was three feet. Its horns were of one piece with it.
Exo 38:1 He made the altar for the burnt offering of acacia wood seven feet six inches long and seven feet six inches wide – it was square – and its height was four feet six inches.
Exo 38:9 He made the courtyard. For the south side the hangings of the courtyard were of fine twisted linen, one hundred fifty feet long,
Exo 38:11 For the north side the hangings were one hundred fifty feet, with their twenty posts and their twenty bronze bases, with the hooks of the posts and their bands of silver.
Exo 38:12 For the west side there were hangings seventy-five feet long, with their ten posts and their ten bases, with the hooks of the posts and their bands of silver.
Exo 38:13 For the east side, toward the sunrise, it was seventy-five feet wide,
Exo 38:14 with hangings on one side of the gate that were twenty-two and a half feet long, with their three posts and their three bases,
Exo 38:15 and for the second side of the gate of the courtyard, just like the other, the hangings were twenty-two and a half feet long, with their three posts and their three bases.
Exo 38:18 The curtain for the gate of the courtyard was of blue, purple, and scarlet yarn and fine twisted linen, the work of an embroiderer. It was thirty feet long, and like the hangings in the courtyard, it was seven and a half feet high,
Exo 40:31 Moses and Aaron and his sons would wash their hands and their feet from it.
Lev 8:24 Next he brought Aaron’s sons forward, and Moses put some of the blood on their right earlobes, on their right thumbs, and on the big toes of their right feet, and Moses splashed the rest of the blood against the altar’s sides.
Lev 13:12 If, however, the disease breaks out on the skin so that the disease covers all the skin of the person with the infection from his head to his feet, as far as the priest can see,
Num 11:31 Now a wind went out from the Lord and brought quail from the sea, and let them fall near the camp, about a day’s journey on this side, and about a day’s journey on the other side, all around the camp, and about three feet high on the surface of the ground.
Num 20:19 Then the Israelites said to him, “We will go along the highway, and if we or our cattle drink any of your water, we will pay for it. We will only pass through on our feet, without doing anything else.”
Deu 2:28 Sell me food for cash so that I can eat and sell me water to drink. Just allow me to go through on foot,
Deu 3:11 Only King Og of Bashan was left of the remaining Rephaites. (It is noteworthy that his sarcophagus was made of iron. Does it not, indeed, still remain in Rabbath of the Ammonites? It is thirteen and a half feet long and six feet wide according to standard measure.)
Deu 8:4 Your clothing did not wear out nor did your feet swell all these forty years.
Deu 11:24 Every place you set your foot will be yours; your border will extend from the desert to Lebanon and from the River (that is, the Euphrates) as far as the Mediterranean Sea.
Deu 22:4 When you see your neighbor’s donkey or ox fallen along the road, do not ignore it; instead, you must be sure to help him get the animal on its feet again.
Deu 28:35 The Lord will afflict you in your knees and on your legs with painful, incurable boils – from the soles of your feet to the top of your head.
Deu 28:56 Likewise, the most tender and delicate of your women, who would never think of putting even the sole of her foot on the ground because of her daintiness, will turn against her beloved husband, her sons and daughters,
Deu 28:65 Among those nations you will have no rest nor will there be a place of peaceful rest for the soles of your feet, for there the Lord will give you an anxious heart, failing eyesight, and a spirit of despair.
Deu 32:35 I will get revenge and pay them back at the time their foot slips; for the day of their disaster is near, and the impending judgment is rushing upon them!”
Deu 33:3 Surely he loves the people; all your holy ones are in your power. And they sit at your feet, each receiving your words.
Deu 33:24 Of Asher he said: Asher is blessed with children, may he be favored by his brothers and may he dip his foot in olive oil.
Jos 3:4 But stay about three thousand feet behind it. Keep your distance so you can see which way you should go, for you have not traveled this way before.”
Jos 3:13 When the feet of the priests carrying the ark of the Lord, the Ruler of the whole earth, touch the water of the Jordan, the water coming downstream toward you will stop flowing and pile up.”
Jos 3:15 When the ones carrying the ark reached the Jordan and the feet of the priests carrying the ark touched the surface of the water – (the Jordan is at flood stage all during harvest time) –
Jos 4:18 The priests carrying the ark of the covenant of the Lord came up from the middle of the Jordan, and as soon as they set foot on dry land, the water of the Jordan flowed again and returned to flood stage.
Jos 5:15 The commander of the Lord’s army answered Joshua, “Remove your sandals from your feet, because the place where you stand is holy.” Joshua did so.
Jos 9:5 They had worn-out, patched sandals on their feet and dressed in worn-out clothes. All their bread was dry and hard.
Jos 10:24 When they brought the kings out to Joshua, he summoned all the men of Israel and said to the commanders of the troops who accompanied him, “Come here and put your feet on the necks of these kings.” So they came up and put their feet on their necks.
Jdg 4:15 The Lord routed Sisera, all his chariotry, and all his army with the edge of the sword. Sisera jumped out of his chariot and ran away on foot.
Jdg 4:17 Now Sisera ran away on foot to the tent of Jael, wife of Heber the Kenite, for King Jabin of Hazor and the family of Heber the Kenite had made a peace treaty.
Jdg 5:27 Between her feet he collapsed, he fell limp and was lifeless; between her feet he collapsed and fell limp, in the spot where he collapsed, there he fell limp – violently murdered!
Jdg 19:21 So he brought him to his house and fed the donkeys. They washed their feet and had a meal.
1Sa 14:13 Jonathan crawled up on his hands and feet, with his armor bearer following behind him. Jonathan struck down the Philistines, while his armor bearer came along behind him and killed them.
1Sa 17:4 Then a champion came out from the camp of the Philistines. His name was Goliath; he was from Gath. He was close to seven feet tall.
1Sa 25:24 Falling at his feet, she said, “My lord, I accept all the guilt! But please let your female servant speak with my lord! Please listen to the words of your servant!
1Sa 25:41 She arose, bowed her face toward the ground, and said, “Your female servant, like a lowly servant, will wash the feet of the servants of my lord.”
2Sa 2:18 The three sons of Zeruiah were there – Joab, Abishai, and Asahel. (Now Asahel was as quick on his feet as one of the gazelles in the field.)
2Sa 3:34 Your hands were not bound, and your feet were not put into irons. You fell the way one falls before criminals.” All the people wept over him again.
2Sa 4:4 Now Saul’s son Jonathan had a son who was crippled in both feet. He was five years old when the news about Saul and Jonathan arrived from Jezreel. His nurse picked him up and fled, but in her haste to get away, he fell and was injured. Mephibosheth was his name.
2Sa 4:12 So David issued orders to the soldiers and they put them to death. Then they cut off their hands and feet and hung them near the pool in Hebron. But they took the head of Ish-bosheth and buried it in the tomb of Abner in Hebron.
2Sa 9:3 The king asked, “Is there not someone left from Saul’s family, that I may extend God’s kindness to him?” Ziba said to the king, “One of Jonathan’s sons is left; both of his feet are crippled.”
2Sa 9:13 Mephibosheth was living in Jerusalem, for he was a regular guest at the king’s table. But both his feet were crippled.
2Sa 14:25 Now in all Israel everyone acknowledged that there was no man as handsome as Absalom. From the sole of his feet to the top of his head he was perfect in appearance.
2Sa 15:16 So the king and all the members of his royal court set out on foot, though the king left behind ten concubines to attend to the palace.
2Sa 15:30 As David was going up the Mount of Olives, he was weeping as he went; his head was covered and his feet were bare. All the people who were with him also had their heads covered and were weeping as they went up.
2Sa 19:24 Now Mephibosheth, Saul’s grandson, came down to meet the king. From the day the king had left until the day he safely returned, Mephibosheth had not cared for his feet nor trimmed his mustache nor washed his clothes.
2Sa 21:20 Yet another battle occurred in Gath. On that occasion there was a large man who had six fingers on each hand and six toes on each foot, twenty-four in all! He too was a descendant of Rapha.
2Sa 22:10 He made the sky sink as he descended; a thick cloud was under his feet.
2Sa 22:37 You widen my path; my feet do not slip.
2Sa 22:39 I wipe them out and beat them to death; they cannot get up; they fall at my feet.
1Ki 2:5 “You know what Joab son of Zeruiah did to me – how he murdered two commanders of the Israelite armies, Abner son of Ner and Amasa son of Jether. During peacetime he struck them down like he would in battle; when he shed their blood as if in battle, he stained his own belt and the sandals on his feet.
1Ki 6:2 The temple King Solomon built for the Lord was 90 feet long, 30 feet wide, and 45 feet high.
1Ki 6:3 The porch in front of the main hall of the temple was 30 feet long, corresponding to the width of the temple. It was 15 feet wide, extending out from the front of the temple.
1Ki 6:6 The bottom floor of the extension was seven and a half feet wide, the middle floor nine feet wide, and the third floor ten and a half feet wide. He made ledges on the temple’s outer walls so the beams would not have to be inserted into the walls.
1Ki 6:10 He built an extension all around the temple; it was seven and a half feet high and it was attached to the temple by cedar beams.
1Ki 6:16 He built a wall 30 feet in from the rear of the temple as a partition for an inner sanctuary that would be the most holy place. He paneled the wall with cedar planks from the floor to the rafters.
1Ki 6:17 The main hall in front of the inner sanctuary was 60 feet long.
1Ki 6:20 The inner sanctuary was 30 feet long, 30 feet wide, and 30 feet high. He plated it with gold, as well as the cedar altar.
1Ki 6:23 In the inner sanctuary he made two cherubs of olive wood; each stood 15 feet high.
1Ki 6:24 Each of the first cherub’s wings was seven and a half feet long; its entire wingspan was 15 feet.
1Ki 6:25 The second cherub also had a wingspan of 15 feet; it was identical to the first in measurements and shape.
1Ki 6:26 Each cherub stood 15 feet high.
1Ki 7:2 He named it “The Palace of the Lebanon Forest”; it was 150 feet long, 75 feet wide, and 45 feet high. It had four rows of cedar pillars and cedar beams above the pillars.
1Ki 7:6 He made a colonnade 75 feet long and 45 feet wide. There was a porch in front of this and pillars and a roof in front of the porch.
1Ki 7:10 The foundation was made of large valuable stones, measuring either 15 feet or 12 feet.
1Ki 7:15 He fashioned two bronze pillars; each pillar was 27 feet high and 18 feet in circumference.
1Ki 7:16 He made two bronze tops for the pillars; each was seven-and-a-half feet high.
1Ki 7:19 The tops of the two pillars in the porch were shaped like lilies and were six feet high.
1Ki 7:23 He also made the large bronze basin called “The Sea.” It measured 15 feet from rim to rim, was circular in shape, and stood seven-and-a-half feet high. Its circumference was 45 feet.
1Ki 7:24 Under the rim all the way around it were round ornaments arranged in settings 15 feet long. The ornaments were in two rows and had been cast with “The Sea.”
1Ki 7:27 He also made ten bronze movable stands. Each stand was six feet long, six feet wide, and four-and-a-half feet high.
1Ki 7:31 Inside the stand was a round opening that was a foot-and-a-half deep; it had a support that was two and one-quarter feet long. On the edge of the opening were carvings in square frames.
1Ki 7:32 The four wheels were under the frames and the crossbars of the axles were connected to the stand. Each wheel was two and one-quarter feet high.
1Ki 7:38 He also made ten bronze basins, each of which could hold about 240 gallons. Each basin was six feet in diameter; there was one basin for each stand.
1Ki 14:12 “As for you, get up and go home. When you set foot in the city, the boy will die.
1Ki 15:23 The rest of the events of Asa’s reign, including all his successes and accomplishments, as well as a record of the cities he built, are recorded in the scroll called the Annals of the Kings of Judah. Yet when he was very old he developed a foot disease.
2Ki 4:27 But when she reached the prophet on the mountain, she grabbed hold of his feet. Gehazi came near to push her away, but the prophet said, “Leave her alone, for she is very upset. The Lord has kept the matter hidden from me; he didn’t tell me about it.”
2Ki 4:37 She came in, fell at his feet, and bowed down. Then she picked up her son and left.
2Ki 9:13 Each of them quickly took off his cloak and they spread them out at Jehu’s feet on the steps. The trumpet was blown and they shouted, “Jehu is king!”
2Ki 9:35 But when they went to bury her, they found nothing left but the skull, feet, and palms of the hands.
2Ki 13:7 Jehoahaz had no army left except for fifty horsemen, ten chariots, and 10,000 foot soldiers. The king of Syria had destroyed his troops and trampled on them like dust.
2Ki 13:21 One day some men were burying a man when they spotted a raiding party. So they threw the dead man into Elisha’s tomb. When the body touched Elisha’s bones, the dead man came to life and stood on his feet.
2Ki 14:13 King Jehoash of Israel captured King Amaziah of Judah, son of Jehoash son of Ahaziah, in Beth Shemesh. He attacked Jerusalem and broke down the wall of Jerusalem from the Gate of Ephraim to the Corner Gate – a distance of about six hundred feet.
2Ki 19:24 I dug wells and drank water in foreign lands. With the soles of my feet I dried up all the rivers of Egypt.’
2Ki 25:17 Each of the pillars was about twenty-seven feet high. The bronze top of one pillar was about four and a half feet high and had bronze latticework and pomegranate shaped ornaments all around it. The second pillar with its latticework was like it.
1Ch 11:23 He even killed an Egyptian who was seven and a half feet tall. The Egyptian had a spear as big as the crossbeam of a weaver’s loom; Benaiah attacked him with a club. He grabbed the spear out of the Egyptian’s hand and killed him with his own spear.
1Ch 28:2 King David rose to his feet and said: “Listen to me, my brothers and my people. I wanted to build a temple where the ark of the Lord’s covenant could be placed as a footstool for our God. I have made the preparations for building it.
2Ch 3:3 Solomon laid the foundation for God’s temple; its length (determined according to the old standard of measure) was 90 feet, and its width 30 feet.
2Ch 3:4 The porch in front of the main hall was 30 feet long, corresponding to the width of the temple, and its height was 30 feet. He plated the inside with pure gold.
2Ch 3:8 He made the most holy place; its length was 30 feet, corresponding to the width of the temple, and its width 30 feet. He plated it with 600 talents of fine gold.
2Ch 3:11 The combined wing span of the cherubs was 30 feet. One of the first cherub’s wings was seven and one-half feet long and touched one wall of the temple; its other wing was also seven and one-half feet long and touched one of the second cherub’s wings.
2Ch 3:12 Likewise one of the second cherub’s wings was seven and one-half feet long and touched the other wall of the temple; its other wing was also seven and one-half feet long and touched one of the first cherub’s wings.
2Ch 3:13 The combined wingspan of these cherubim was 30 feet. They stood upright, facing inward.
2Ch 3:15 In front of the temple he made two pillars which had a combined length of 52½ feet, with each having a plated capital seven and one-half feet high.
2Ch 4:1 He made a bronze altar, 30 feet long, 30 feet wide, and 15 feet high.
2Ch 4:2 He also made the big bronze basin called “The Sea.” It measured 15 feet from rim to rim, was circular in shape, and stood seven and one-half feet high. Its circumference was 45 feet.
2Ch 6:13 Solomon had made a bronze platform and had placed it in the middle of the enclosure. It was seven and one-half feet long, seven and one-half feet wide, and four and one-half feet high. He stood on it and then got down on his knees in front of the entire assembly of Israel. He spread out his hands toward the sky,
2Ch 16:12 In the thirty-ninth year of his reign, Asa developed a foot disease. Though his disease was severe, he did not seek the Lord, but only the doctors.
2Ch 25:23 King Joash of Israel captured King Amaziah of Judah, son of Joash son of Jehoahaz, in Beth Shemesh and brought him to Jerusalem. He broke down the wall of Jerusalem from the Gate of Ephraim to the Corner Gate – a distance of about six hundred feet.
Ezr 6:3 In the first year of his reign, King Cyrus gave orders concerning the temple of God in Jerusalem: ‘Let the temple be rebuilt as a place where sacrifices are offered. Let its foundations be set in place. Its height is to be ninety feet and its width ninety feet,
Neh 3:13 Hanun and the residents of Zanoah worked on the Valley Gate. They rebuilt it and positioned its doors, its bolts, and its bars, in addition to working on fifteen hundred feet of the wall as far as the Dung Gate.
Neh 9:21 For forty years you sustained them. Even in the desert they never lacked anything. Their clothes did not wear out and their feet did not swell.
Est 5:14 Haman’s wife Zeresh and all his friends said to him, “Have a gallows seventy-five feet high built, and in the morning tell the king that Mordecai should be hanged on it. Then go with the king to the banquet contented.” It seemed like a good idea to Haman, so he had the gallows
Est 7:9 Harbona, one of the king’s eunuchs, said, “Indeed, there is the gallows that Haman made for Mordecai, who spoke out in the king’s behalf. It stands near Haman’s home and is seventy-five feet high.” The king said, “Hang him on it!”
Est 8:3 Then Esther again spoke with the king, falling at his feet. She wept and begged him for mercy, that he might nullify the evil of Haman the Agagite which he had intended against the Jews.
Job 2:7 So Satan went out from the presence of the Lord, and he afflicted Job with a malignant ulcer from the sole of his feet to the top of his head.
Job 9:13 God does not restrain his anger; under him the helpers of Rahab lie crushed.
Job 12:5 For calamity, there is derision (according to the ideas of the fortunate) – a fate for those whose feet slip!
Job 13:27 And you put my feet in the stocks and you watch all my movements; you put marks on the soles of my feet.
Job 18:8 For he has been thrown into a net by his feet and he wanders into a mesh.
Job 23:11 My feet have followed his steps closely; I have kept to his way and have not turned aside.
Job 29:15 I was eyes for the blind and feet for the lame;
Job 33:11 He puts my feet in shackles; he watches closely all my paths.’
Psa 9:15 The nations fell into the pit they had made; their feet were caught in the net they had hidden.
Psa 18:9 He made the sky sink as he descended; a thick cloud was under his feet.
Psa 18:36 You widen my path; my feet do not slip.
Psa 18:38 I beat them to death; they fall at my feet.
Psa 22:16 Yes, wild dogs surround me – a gang of evil men crowd around me; like a lion they pin my hands and feet.
Psa 25:15 I continually look to the Lord for help, for he will free my feet from the enemy’s net.
Psa 37:31 The law of their God controls their thinking; their feet do not slip.
Psa 40:2 He lifted me out of the watery pit, out of the slimy mud. He placed my feet on a rock and gave me secure footing.
Psa 45:5 Your arrows are sharp and penetrate the hearts of the king’s enemies. Nations fall at your feet.
Psa 47:3 He subdued nations beneath us and countries under our feet.
Psa 56:13 when you deliver my life from death. You keep my feet from stumbling, so that I might serve God as I enjoy life.
Psa 58:10 The godly will rejoice when they see vengeance carried out; they will bathe their feet in the blood of the wicked.
Psa 66:9 He preserves our lives and does not allow our feet to slip.
Psa 68:23 so that your feet may stomp in their blood, and your dogs may eat their portion of the enemies’ corpses.”
Psa 73:2 But as for me, my feet almost slipped; my feet almost slid out from under me.
Psa 105:18 The shackles hurt his feet; his neck was placed in an iron collar,
Psa 115:7 hands, but cannot touch, feet, but cannot walk. They cannot even clear their throats.
Psa 116:8 Yes, Lord, you rescued my life from death, and kept my feet from stumbling.
Psa 122:2 Our feet are standing inside your gates, O Jerusalem.
Pro 4:26 Make the path for your feet level, so that all your ways may be established.
Pro 5:5 Her feet go down to death; her steps lead straight to the grave.
Pro 6:13 he winks with his eyes, signals with his feet, and points with his fingers;
Pro 6:18 a heart that devises wicked plans, feet that are swift to run to evil,
Pro 6:28 Can a man walk on hot coals without scorching his feet?
Pro 26:6 Like cutting off the feet or drinking violence, so is sending a message by the hand of a fool.
Sos 5:3 The Beloved to Her Lover: “I have already taken off my robe – must I put it on again? I have already washed my feet – must I soil them again?”
Sos 7:1 The Lover to His Beloved: How beautiful are your sandaled feet, O nobleman’s daughter! The curves of your thighs are like jewels, the work of the hands of a master craftsman.
Isa 1:6 From the soles of your feet to your head, there is no spot that is unharmed. There are only bruises, cuts, and open wounds. They have not been cleansed or bandaged, nor have they been treated with olive oil.
Isa 6:2 Seraphs stood over him; each one had six wings. With two wings they covered their faces, with two they covered their feet, and they used the remaining two to fly.
Isa 20:2 At that time the Lord announced through Isaiah son of Amoz: “Go, remove the sackcloth from your waist and take your sandals off your feet.” He did as instructed and walked around in undergarments and barefoot.
Isa 23:7 Is this really your boisterous city whose origins are in the distant past, and whose feet led her to a distant land to reside?
Isa 26:6 It is trampled underfoot by the feet of the oppressed, by the soles of the poor.”
Isa 37:25 I dug wells and drank water. With the soles of my feet I dried up all the rivers of Egypt.’
Isa 49:23 Kings will be your children’s guardians; their princesses will nurse your children. With their faces to the ground they will bow down to you and they will lick the dirt on your feet. Then you will recognize that I am the
Isa 52:7 How delightful it is to see approaching over the mountains the feet of a messenger who announces peace, a messenger who brings good news, who announces deliverance, who says to Zion, “Your God reigns!”
Isa 60:14 The children of your oppressors will come bowing to you; all who treated you with disrespect will bow down at your feet. They will call you, ‘The City of the Lord, Zion of the Holy One of Israel.’
Jer 38:22 All the women who are left in the royal palace of Judah will be led out to the officers of the king of Babylon. They will taunt you saying, ‘Your trusted friends misled you; they have gotten the best of you. Now that your feet are stuck in the mud, they have turned
Jer 52:21 Each of the pillars was about 27 feet high, about 18 feet in circumference, three inches thick, and hollow.
Jer 52:22 The bronze top of one pillar was about seven and one-half feet high and had bronze latticework and pomegranate-shaped ornaments all around it. The second pillar with its pomegranate-shaped ornaments was like it.
Lam 1:13 מ (Mem) He sent down fire into my bones, and it overcame them. He spread out a trapper’s net for my feet; he made me turn back. He has made me desolate; I am faint all day
Eze 1:7 Their legs were straight, but the soles of their feet were like calves’ feet. They gleamed like polished bronze.
Eze 2:1 He said to me, “Son of man, stand on your feet and I will speak with you.”
Eze 2:2 As he spoke to me, a wind came into me and stood me on my feet, and I heard the one speaking to me.
Eze 3:24 Then a wind came into me and stood me on my feet. The Lord spoke to me and said, “Go shut yourself in your house.
Eze 6:11 “‘This is what the sovereign Lord says: Clap your hands, stamp your feet, and say, “Ah!” because of all the evil, abominable practices of the house of Israel, for they will fall by the sword, famine, and pestilence.
Eze 16:10 I dressed you in embroidered clothing and put fine leather sandals on your feet. I wrapped you with fine linen and covered you with silk.
Eze 24:17 Groan in silence for the dead, but do not perform mourning rites. Bind on your turban and put your sandals on your feet. Do not cover your lip and do not eat food brought by others.”
Eze 24:23 Your turbans will be on your heads and your sandals on your feet; you will not mourn or weep, but you will rot for your iniquities and groan among yourselves.
Eze 25:6 For this is what the sovereign Lord says: Because you clapped your hands, stamped your feet, and rejoiced with intense scorn over the land of Israel,
Eze 32:2 “Son of man, sing a lament for Pharaoh king of Egypt, and say to him: “‘You were like a lion among the nations, but you are a monster in the seas; you thrash about in your streams, stir up the water with your feet, and muddy your
Eze 32:13 I will destroy all its cattle beside the plentiful waters; and no human foot will disturb the waters again, nor will the hooves of cattle disturb them.
Eze 34:18 Is it not enough for you to feed on the good pasture, that you must trample the rest of your pastures with your feet? When you drink clean water, must you muddy the rest of the water by trampling it with your feet?
Eze 34:19 As for my sheep, they must eat what you trampled with your feet, and drink what you have muddied with your feet!
Eze 37:10 So I prophesied as I was commanded, and the breath came into them; they lived and stood on their feet, an extremely great army.
Eze 40:5 I saw a wall all around the outside of the temple. In the man’s hand was a measuring stick 10½ feet long. He measured the thickness of the wall as 10½ feet, and its height as 10½ feet.
Eze 40:6 Then he went to the gate facing east. He climbed its steps and measured the threshold of the gate as 10½ feet deep.
Eze 40:7 The alcoves were 10½ feet long and 10½ feet wide; between the alcoves were 8¾ feet. The threshold of the gate by the porch of the gate facing inward was 10½ feet.
Eze 40:8 Then he measured the porch of the gate facing inward as 10½ feet.
Eze 40:9 He measured the porch of the gate as 14 feet, and its jambs as 3½ feet; the porch of the gate faced inward.
Eze 40:11 He measured the width of the entrance of the gateway as 17½ feet, and the length of the gateway as 22¾ feet.
Eze 40:12 There was a barrier in front of the alcoves, 1¾ feet on either side; the alcoves were 10½ feet on either side.
Eze 40:13 He measured the gateway from the roof of one alcove to the roof of the other, a width of 43¾ feet from one entrance to the opposite one.
Eze 40:14 He measured the porch at 105 feet high; the gateway went all around to the jamb of the courtyard.
Eze 40:15 From the front of the entrance gate to the porch of the inner gate was 87½ feet.
Eze 40:19 Then he measured the width from before the lower gate to the front of the exterior of the inner court as 175 feet on the east and on the north.
Eze 40:21 Its alcoves, three on each side, and its jambs and porches had the same measurement as the first gate; 87½ feet long and 43¾ feet wide.
Eze 40:23 Opposite the gate on the north and the east was a gate of the inner court; he measured the distance from gate to gate at 175 feet.
Eze 40:25 There were windows all around it and its porches, like the windows of the others; 87½ feet long and 43¾ feet wide.
Eze 40:27 The inner court had a gate toward the south; he measured it from gate to gate toward the south as 175 feet.
Eze 40:29 Its alcoves, its jambs, and its porches had the same dimensions as the others, and there were windows all around it and its porches; its length was 87½ feet and its width 43¾ feet.
Eze 40:30 There were porches all around, 43¾ feet long and 8¾ feet wide.
Eze 40:33 Its alcoves, its jambs, and its porches had the same dimensions as the others, and there were windows all around it and its porches; its length was 87½ feet and its width 43¾ feet.
Eze 40:36 its alcoves, its jambs, and its porches. It had windows all around it; its length was 87½ feet and its width 43¾ feet.
Eze 40:47 He measured the court as a square 175 feet long and 175 feet wide; the altar was in front of the temple.
Eze 40:48 Then he brought me to the porch of the temple and measured the jambs of the porch as 8¾ feet on either side, and the width of the gate was 24½ feet and the sides were 5¼ feet on each side.
Eze 40:49 The length of the porch was 35 feet and the width 19¼ feet; steps led up to it, and there were pillars beside the jambs on either side.
Eze 41:1 Then he brought me to the outer sanctuary, and measured the jambs; the jambs were 10½ feet wide on each side.
Eze 41:2 The width of the entrance was 17½ feet, and the sides of the entrance were 8¾ feet on each side. He measured the length of the outer sanctuary as 70 feet, and its width as 35 feet.
Eze 41:3 Then he went into the inner sanctuary and measured the jambs of the entrance as 3½ feet, the entrance as 10½ feet, and the width of the entrance as 12¼ feet
Eze 41:4 Then he measured its length as 35 feet, and its width as 35 feet, before the outer sanctuary. He said to me, “This is the most holy place.”
Eze 41:5 Then he measured the wall of the temple as 10½ feet, and the width of the side chambers as 7 feet, all around the temple.
Eze 41:8 I saw that the temple had a raised platform all around; the foundations of the side chambers were a full measuring stick of 10½ feet high.
Eze 41:9 The width of the outer wall of the side chambers was 8¾ feet, and the open area between the side chambers of the temple
Eze 41:10 and the chambers of the court was 35 feet in width all around the temple on every side.
Eze 41:11 There were entrances from the side chambers toward the open area, one entrance toward the north, and another entrance toward the south; the width of the open area was 8¾ feet all around.
Eze 41:12 The building that was facing the temple courtyard at the west side was 122½ feet wide; the wall of the building was 8¾ feet all around, and its length 157½ feet.
Eze 41:13 Then he measured the temple as 175 feet long, the courtyard of the temple and the building and its walls as 175 feet long,
Eze 41:14 and also the width of the front of the temple and the courtyard on the east as 175 feet.
Eze 41:15 Then he measured the length of the building facing the courtyard at the rear of the temple, with its galleries on either side as 175 feet. The interior of the outer sanctuary and the porch of the court,
Eze 41:22 The altar was of wood, 5¼ feet high, with its length 3½ feet; its corners, its length, and its walls were of wood. He said to me, “This is the table that is before the Lord.”
Eze 42:2 Its length was 175 feet on the north side, and its width 87½ feet.
Eze 42:3 Opposite the 35 feet that belonged to the inner court, and opposite the pavement which belonged to the outer court, gallery faced gallery in the three stories.
Eze 42:4 In front of the chambers was a walkway on the inner side, 17½ feet wide at a distance of 1¾ feet, and their entrances were on the north.
Eze 42:7 As for the outer wall by the side of the chambers, toward the outer court facing the chambers, it was 87½ feet long.
Eze 42:8 For the chambers on the outer court were 87½ feet long, while those facing the temple were 175 feet long.
Eze 42:16 He measured the east side with the measuring stick as 875 feet by the measuring stick.
Eze 42:17 He measured the north side as 875 feet by the measuring stick.
Eze 42:18 He measured the south side as 875 feet by the measuring stick.
Eze 42:19 He turned to the west side and measured 875 feet by the measuring stick.
Eze 42:20 He measured it on all four sides. It had a wall around it, 875 feet long and 875 feet wide, to separate the holy and common places.
Eze 43:7 He said to me: “Son of man, this is the place of my throne and the place for the soles of my feet, where I will live among the people of Israel forever. The house of Israel will no longer profane my holy name, neither they nor their kings, by their spiritual prostitution or by the pillars of their kings set up when they die.
Eze 43:13 “And these are the measurements of the altar: Its base is 1¾ feet high, and 1¾ feet wide, and its border nine inches on its edge. This is to be the height of the altar.
Eze 43:14 From the base of the ground to the lower edge is 3½ feet, and the width 1¾ feet; and from the smaller ledge to the larger edge, 7 feet, and the width 1¾ feet;
Eze 43:15 and the altar hearth, 7 feet, and from the altar hearth four horns projecting upward.
Eze 43:16 Now the altar hearth is a perfect square, 21 feet long and 21 feet wide.
Eze 43:17 The ledge is 24½ feet long and 24½ feet wide on four sides; the border around it is 10½ inches, and its surrounding base 1¾ feet. Its steps face east.”
Eze 45:2 Of this area a square 875 feet by 875 feet will be designated for the sanctuary, with 87½ feet set aside for its open space round about.
Eze 46:22 In the four corners of the court were small courts, 70 feet in length and 52½ feet in width; the four were all the same size.
Eze 47:3 When the man went out toward the east with a measuring line in his hand, he measured 1,750 feet, and then he led me through water, which was ankle deep.
Eze 47:4 Again he measured 1,750 feet and led me through the water, which was now knee deep. Once more he measured 1,750 feet and led me through the water, which was waist deep.
Eze 47:5 Again he measured 1,750 feet and it was a river I could not cross, for the water had risen; it was deep enough to swim in, a river that could not be crossed.
Eze 48:17 The city will have open spaces: On the north there will be 437½ feet, on the south 437½ feet, on the east 437½ feet, and on the west 437½ feet.
Dan 2:33 Its legs were of iron; its feet were partly of iron and partly of clay.
Dan 2:34 You were watching as a stone was cut out, but not by human hands. It struck the statue on its iron and clay feet, breaking them in pieces.
Dan 2:41 In that you were seeing feet and toes partly of wet clay and partly of iron, so this will be a divided kingdom. Some of the strength of iron will be in it, for you saw iron mixed with wet clay.
Dan 2:42 In that the toes of the feet were partly of iron and partly of clay, the latter stages of this kingdom will be partly strong and partly fragile.
Dan 3:1 King Nebuchadnezzar had a golden statue made. It was ninety feet tall and nine feet wide. He erected it on the plain of Dura in the province of Babylon.
Dan 7:4 “The first one was like a lion with eagles’ wings. As I watched, its wings were pulled off and it was lifted up from the ground. It was made to stand on two feet like a human being, and a human mind was given to it.
Dan 7:7 “After these things, as I was watching in the night visions a fourth beast appeared – one dreadful, terrible, and very strong. It had two large rows of iron teeth. It devoured and crushed, and anything that was left it trampled with its feet. It was different from all the beasts that came before it, and it had
Dan 7:19 “Then I wanted to know the meaning of the fourth beast, which was different from all the others. It was very dreadful, with two rows of iron teeth and bronze claws, and it devoured, crushed, and trampled anything that was left with its feet.
Dan 10:6 His body resembled yellow jasper, and his face had an appearance like lightning. His eyes were like blazing torches; his arms and feet had the gleam of polished bronze. His voice thundered forth like the sound of a large crowd.
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Zec 5:2 Someone asked me, “What do you see?” I replied, “I see a flying scroll thirty feet long and fifteen feet wide.”
Zec 14:4 On that day his feet will stand on the Mount of Olives which lies to the east of Jerusalem, and the Mount of Olives will be split in half from east to west, leaving a great valley. Half the mountain will move northward and the other half southward.
Zec 14:12 But this will be the nature of the plague with which the Lord will strike all the nations that have fought against Jerusalem: Their flesh will decay while they stand on their feet, their eyes will rot away in their sockets, and their tongues will dissolve in their mouths.
Mal 4:3 You will trample on the wicked, for they will be like ashes under the soles of your feet on the day which I am preparing,” says the Lord who rules over all.
Mat 7:6 Do not give what is holy to dogs or throw your pearls before pigs; otherwise they will trample them under their feet and turn around and tear you to pieces.
Mat 10:14 And if anyone will not welcome you or listen to your message, shake the dust off your feet as you leave that house or that town.
Mat 15:30 Then large crowds came to him bringing with them the lame, blind, crippled, mute, and many others. They laid them at his feet, and he healed them.
Mat 18:8 If your hand or your foot causes you to sin, cut it off and throw it away. It is better for you to enter life crippled or lame than to have two hands or two feet and be thrown into eternal fire.
Mat 22:13 Then the king said to his attendants, ‘Tie him up hand and foot and throw him into the outer darkness, where there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth!’
Mat 22:44 ‘The Lord said to my lord, “Sit at my right hand, until I put your enemies under your feet”’?
Mat 28:9 But Jesus met them, saying, “Greetings!” They came to him, held on to his feet and worshiped him.
Mar 5:4 For his hands and feet had often been bound with chains and shackles, but he had torn the chains apart and broken the shackles in pieces. No one was strong enough to subdue him.
Mar 5:22 Then one of the synagogue rulers, named Jairus, came up, and when he saw Jesus, he fell at his feet.
Mar 6:11 If a place will not welcome you or listen to you, as you go out from there, shake the dust off your feet as a testimony against them.”
Mar 7:25 Instead, a woman whose young daughter had an unclean spirit immediately heard about him and came and fell at his feet.
Mar 9:27 But Jesus gently took his hand and raised him to his feet, and he stood up.
Mar 9:45 If your foot causes you to sin, cut it off! It is better to enter life lame than to have two feet and be thrown into hell.
Mar 12:36 David himself, by the Holy Spirit, said, ‘The Lord said to my lord, “Sit at my right hand, until I put your enemies under your feet.”’
Luk 1:79 to give light to those who sit in darkness and in the shadow of death, to guide our feet into the way of peace.”
Luk 7:38 As she stood behind him at his feet, weeping, she began to wet his feet with her tears. She wiped them with her hair, kissed them, and anointed them with the perfumed oil.
Luk 7:44 Then, turning toward the woman, he said to Simon, “Do you see this woman? I entered your house. You gave me no water for my feet, but she has wet my feet with her tears and wiped them with her hair.
Luk 7:45 You gave me no kiss of greeting, but from the time I entered she has not stopped kissing my feet.
Luk 7:46 You did not anoint my head with oil, but she has anointed my feet with perfumed oil.
Luk 8:35 So the people went out to see what had happened, and they came to Jesus. They found the man from whom the demons had gone out, sitting at Jesus’ feet, clothed and in his right mind, and they were afraid.
Luk 8:41 Then a man named Jairus, who was a ruler of the synagogue, came up. Falling at Jesus’ feet, he pleaded with him to come to his house,
Luk 9:5 Wherever they do not receive you, as you leave that town, shake the dust off your feet as a testimony against them.”
Luk 10:11 ‘Even the dust of your town that clings to our feet we wipe off against you. Nevertheless know this: The kingdom of God has come.’
Luk 10:39 She had a sister named Mary, who sat at the Lord’s feet and listened to what he said.
Luk 15:22 But the father said to his slaves, ‘Hurry! Bring the best robe, and put it on him! Put a ring on his finger and sandals on his feet!
Luk 17:16 He fell with his face to the ground at Jesus’ feet and thanked him. (Now he was a Samaritan.)
Luk 20:43 until I make your enemies a footstool for your feet.”’
Luk 24:39 Look at my hands and my feet; it’s me! Touch me and see; a ghost does not have flesh and bones like you see I have.”
Luk 24:40 When he had said this, he showed them his hands and his feet.
Joh 11:2 (Now it was Mary who anointed the Lord with perfumed oil and wiped his feet dry with her hair, whose brother Lazarus was sick.)
Joh 11:32 Now when Mary came to the place where Jesus was and saw him, she fell at his feet and said to him, “Lord, if you had been here, my brother would not have died.”
Joh 11:44 The one who had died came out, his feet and hands tied up with strips of cloth, and a cloth wrapped around his face. Jesus said to them, “Unwrap him and let him go.”
Joh 12:3 Then Mary took three quarters of a pound of expensive aromatic oil from pure nard and anointed the feet of Jesus. She then wiped his feet dry with her hair. (Now the house was filled with the fragrance of the perfumed oil.)
Joh 13:5 He poured water into the washbasin and began to wash the disciples’ feet and to dry them with the towel he had wrapped around himself.
Joh 13:6 Then he came to Simon Peter. Peter said to him, “Lord, are you going to wash my feet?”
Joh 13:8 Peter said to him, “You will never wash my feet!” Jesus replied, “If I do not wash you, you have no share with me.”
Joh 13:9 Simon Peter said to him, “Lord, wash not only my feet, but also my hands and my head!”
Joh 13:10 Jesus replied, “The one who has bathed needs only to wash his feet, but is completely clean. And you disciples are clean, but not every one of you.”
Joh 13:12 So when Jesus had washed their feet and put his outer clothing back on, he took his place at the table again and said to them, “Do you understand what I have done for you?
Joh 13:14 If I then, your Lord and Teacher, have washed your feet, you too ought to wash one another’s feet.
Joh 20:12 And she saw two angels in white sitting where Jesus’ body had been lying, one at the head and one at the feet.
Act 2:35 until I make your enemies a footstool for your feet.”’
Act 3:7 Then Peter took hold of him by the right hand and raised him up, and at once the man’s feet and ankles were made strong.
Act 4:35 and placing them at the apostles’ feet. The proceeds were distributed to each, as anyone had need.
Act 4:37 sold a field that belonged to him and brought the money and placed it at the apostles’ feet.
Act 5:2 He kept back for himself part of the proceeds with his wife’s knowledge; he brought only part of it and placed it at the apostles’ feet.
Act 5:9 Peter then told her, “Why have you agreed together to test the Spirit of the Lord? Look! The feet of those who have buried your husband are at the door, and they will carry you out!”
Act 5:10 At once she collapsed at his feet and died. So when the young men came in, they found her dead, and they carried her out and buried her beside her husband.
Act 7:33 But the Lord said to him, ‘Take the sandals off your feet, for the place where you are standing is holy ground.
Act 7:49 ‘Heaven is my throne, and earth is the footstool for my feet. What kind of house will you build for me, says the Lord, or what is my resting place?
Act 7:58 When they had driven him out of the city, they began to stone him, and the witnesses laid their cloaks at the feet of a young man named Saul.
Act 10:25 So when Peter came in, Cornelius met him, fell at his feet, and worshiped him.
Act 13:25 But while John was completing his mission, he said repeatedly, ‘What do you think I am? I am not he. But look, one is coming after me. I am not worthy to untie the sandals on his feet!’
Act 13:51 So after they shook the dust off their feet in protest against them, they went to Iconium.
Act 14:8 In Lystra sat a man who could not use his feet, lame from birth, who had never walked.
Act 14:10 he said with a loud voice, “Stand upright on your feet.” And the man leaped up and began walking.
Act 16:24 Receiving such orders, he threw them in the inner cell and fastened their feet in the stocks.
Act 16:29 Calling for lights, the jailer rushed in and fell down trembling at the feet of Paul and Silas.
Act 21:11 He came to us, took Paul’s belt, tied his own hands and feet with it, and said, “The Holy Spirit says this: ‘This is the way the Jews in Jerusalem will tie up the man whose belt this is, and will hand him over to the Gentiles.’”
Act 26:16 But get up and stand on your feet, for I have appeared to you for this reason, to designate you in advance as a servant and witness to the things you have seen and to the things in which I will appear to you.
Rom 3:15 “Their feet are swift to shed blood,
Rom 16:20 The God of peace will quickly crush Satan under your feet. The grace of our Lord Jesus be with you.
1Co 12:21 The eye cannot say to the hand, “I do not need you,” nor in turn can the head say to the foot, “I do not need you.”
1Co 15:25 For he must reign until he has put all his enemies under his feet.
1Co 15:27 For he has put everything in subjection under his feet. But when it says “everything” has been put in subjection, it is clear that this does not include the one who put everything in subjection to him.
Eph 1:22 And God put all things under Christ’s feet, and he gave him to the church as head over all things.
Eph 6:15 by fitting your feet with the preparation that comes from the good news of peace,
1Ti 5:10 and has a reputation for good works: as one who has raised children, practiced hospitality, washed the feet of the saints, helped those in distress – as one who has exhibited all kinds of good works.
Heb 1:13 But to which of the angels has he ever said, “Sit at my right hand until I make your enemies a footstool for your feet”?
Heb 10:13 where he is now waiting until his enemies are made a footstool for his feet.
Heb 12:13 and make straight paths for your feet, so that what is lame may not be put out of joint but be healed.
Rev 1:13 and in the midst of the lampstands was one like a son of man. He was dressed in a robe extending down to his feet and he wore a wide golden belt around his chest.
Rev 1:15 His feet were like polished bronze refined in a furnace, and his voice was like the roar of many waters.
Rev 1:17 When I saw him I fell down at his feet as though I were dead, but he placed his right hand on me and said: “Do not be afraid! I am the first and the last,
Rev 2:18 “To the angel of the church in Thyatira write the following: “This is the solemn pronouncement of the Son of God, the one who has eyes like a fiery flame and whose feet are like polished bronze:
Rev 3:9 Listen! I am going to make those people from the synagogue of Satan – who say they are Jews yet are not, but are lying – Look, I will make them come and bow down at your feet and acknowledge that I have loved you.
Rev 11:11 But after three and a half days a breath of life from God entered them, and they stood on their feet, and tremendous fear seized those who were watching them.
Rev 12:1 Then a great sign appeared in heaven: a woman clothed with the sun, and with the moon under her feet, and on her head was a crown of twelve stars.
Rev 13:2 Now the beast that I saw was like a leopard, but its feet were like a bear’s, and its mouth was like a lion’s mouth. The dragon gave the beast his power, his throne, and great authority to rule.
Rev 19:10 So I threw myself down at his feet to worship him, but he said, “Do not do this! I am only a fellow servant with you and your brothers who hold to the testimony about Jesus. Worship God, for the testimony about Jesus is the spirit of prophecy.”
Rev 22:8 I, John, am the one who heard and saw these things, and when I heard and saw them, I threw myself down to worship at the feet of the angel who was showing them to me.