Unit 7: Prepositions 2
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You will need to see some prepositions in groups of words.
We call them Sentences:
The rulers are against the king of his selection.
in great numbers they come against me
I will have no fear, though ten thousand are against me.
Be my guide, O Lord, because of those who are against me .
They have gone against your authority.
all those who are against me
who was against me without cause
Come up, Lord, against my haters.
God made a division between the light and the dark.
a division between the waters
for a division between the day and the night
There will be war between you and the woman.
between your seed and her seed
be turned by my sharp words
you were not controlled by my guiding
to go by dark roads
by wisdom and by reason
By his knowledge the deep was parted.
when you have it by you at the time
the wrong hearted man is hated by the Lord
together in one place, fruit trees giving fruit, in which is their seed
God put them in the arch of heaven.
Let birds be in flight over the earth.
Let us make man in our image.
God made man in his image, in the image of God.
all things in them were complete
whose mind is on his law
on the holy hill of Zion
causing destruction to come on you they are increased who make attacks on me!
how long will you go on ?
I will take my rest on my bed in peace.
on those whose words are false
falling back off his seat
His head and his hands were broken off on the doorstep.
One man took off his shoe and gave it to the other.
He took off his shoe his name may not be cut off.
your family will not be cut off by my hand
anyone who has not been cut off
solid arch stretching over the waters
The waters which were under the arch and those which were over it.
To have rule over the day and the night.
Let birds be in flight over the earth.
Let him have rule over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the air and over the cattle and over all the earth and over every living thing .
under whose wings you have come
down to the underworld
the waters which were under the arch
over the earth under the arch of heaven
from under the heaven
all the mountains under heaven were covered .
The Boy with the Barley Cakes and Fish
Lifting up his eyes, Jesus saw a great number of people coming to, where he was, and he said to Philip, Where may we get bread for all these people?
This he said, testing him: for he had no doubt what he himself would do.
Philip made answer, Bread to the value of two hundred pence would not be enough even to give everyone a little.
One of his disciples, Andrew, the brother of Simon Peter, said to Jesus, There is a boy here with five barley cakes and two fishes;
but what is that among such a number?
Jesus said, Let the people be seated.
Now there was much grass in that place.
And those seated on the grass were about five thousand.
Then Jesus took the cakes and having given praise to God, he gave them to the people who were seated, and the fishes in the same way, as much as they had need of.
And when they had had enough, Jesus said to his disciples, Take up the broken bits which are over, so that nothing may be wasted.
So they took them up: twelve baskets full of broken bits of the five cakes which were over after the people had had enough.
When the people saw the sign which he had done, they said, Truly, this is the prophet which is to come into the world.
This is the only one of Jesus' signs that is spoken of by all those who wrote about him in the gospels.
So, this had a great effect on them all.
We would give it the name, miracle, in English.
It lets us see a lovely thing.
The disciples had come back from their journey through the villages.
Jesus wanted to be alone with them so he took them to a quiet place far away in the direction of the North.
A great number of men and women came to where he was.
But he was not too busy.
He took time to give special attention to them, to see their need of food and to say things that were a help to them.
The real sense of this sign is that the needs of all could be covered by God, even when there was a great number of persons there.
Before Jesus gave the food to the disciples he gave it his blessing.
He would not take food without giving thanks to the Giver of all good gifts.
This was a usual thing for all Jews, and they had a special form of words for it.
The help which Jesus gave to this great number of people was more than enough for they took up twelve baskets full of food after all had been fed.