The Jewish leaders 1 picked up rocks again to stone him to death.
So they picked Jonah up and threw him into the sea, and the sea stopped raging.
and they picked up the broken pieces and fish that were left over, twelve baskets full.
They all ate and were satisfied, and they picked up the broken pieces left over, twelve baskets full.
Jesus said to him, “Stand up! Pick up your mat 1 and walk.”
Then they picked up 1 stones to throw at him, 2 but Jesus hid himself and went out from the temple area. 3
“I tell you, stand up, take your stretcher, and go home.” 1
Everyone 1 ate and was satisfied, and they picked up the broken pieces left over, seven baskets full.
They asked him, “Who is the man who said to you, ‘Pick up your mat 1 and walk’?” 2
they will pick up snakes with their hands, and whatever poison they drink will not harm them; 1 they will place their hands on the sick and they will be well.”
for each tree is known 1 by its own fruit. For figs are not gathered 2 from thorns, nor are grapes picked 3 from brambles. 4
He removed the city’s residents and made them do hard labor with saws, iron picks, and axes. 1 This was his policy 2 with all the Ammonite cities. Then David and all the army returned to Jerusalem.
He picked up Elijah’s cloak, which had fallen off him, and went back and stood on the shore of the Jordan.
The eye 1 that mocks at a father and despises obeying 2 a mother – the ravens of the valley will peck it out and the young vultures will eat it. 3
When I broke the five loaves for the five thousand, how many baskets full of pieces did you pick up?” They replied, “Twelve.”
Immediately 1 he stood up before them, picked 2 up the stretcher 3 he had been lying on, and went home, glorifying 4 God.
They all ate and were satisfied, and what was left over 1 was picked up – twelve baskets of broken pieces.
Immediately the man was healed, 1 and he picked up his mat 2 and started walking. (Now that day was a Sabbath.) 3
But he answered them, “The man who made me well said to me, ‘Pick up your mat 1 and walk.’”
and anyone who carries their carcass must wash his clothes and will be unclean until the evening.