55+ Bible Verses about Deborah

Deborah is considered to be a powerful and influential Biblical woman. She had the power to listen to the Lord and then share the commandments with her followers. Her quotes are inspirational, and the quotes mentioned below will also motivate you.

Bible Verses about Deborah

Genesis 24:59- They also dispatched Rebekah, their sibling, as well as her nurse, Abraham’s subordinates, plus his soldiers.

Judges 4:4- Deborah, a pagan deity and the spouse of Lapidoth, was the judge of Israel during the time.

Judges 4:5- And she lived beneath Deborah’s palm tree near Ramah and Helen on Mount Ephraim, and the people of Israel came for her after adjudication.

Judges 5:7- The residents of the villages died, and they died in Israel until I Deborah emerged, and I became a woman in Israel.

Judges 4:6- So she sent and summoned Barak the descendant of Abinoam from Kedesh-Naphtali, and said to him, Has not the Holy Divine instructed, saying, Go and come near to Mount Tabor, as well as fetch thee with ten thousand army personnel of the descendants of Naphtali and Zebulun?

Judges 4:7- And I will bring to thee the leader of Jabin’s troop, with his horses and throng, to the stream Kishon Sisera, and give him into mine arms.

Judges 4:8- And Barak said, “Thou must go with me. However, if thou shalt not go after me, I would not go.”

Judges 4:9- And she responded, “I will certainly go with thee,” although the voyage thou will not be for thy honor, since the LORD will deliver Sisera into the clutches of a woman. And Deborah awoke and headed to Kedesh by Barak.

Judges 4:10- And Barak summoned Zebulun as well as Naphtali to Kedesh, and he marched up with thousand warriors at his disposal, accompanied by Deborah.

Judges 4:11- Meanwhile, Heber, a descendant of Hobab, Moses’ father-in-law, had separated from the Kenites and erected his tent in the valley of Zaanaim, near Kedesh. 

Judges 4:12- They informed Sisera that Barak, son of Abinoam, had risen to Mount Tabor.

Judges 4:13- Sisera assembled all his chariots, nine hundred iron chariots, and all the troops who had been with him, through Harosheth of the Greeks to the river Kishon.

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Judges 4:14- And Deborah said to Barak, “Up, for that was the day that the God hath thrown Sisera into thine arm: has not the God gone out first before thee?” So Barak descended Mount Tabor, followed by ten thousand warriors.

Judges 4:15- And the Yahweh unnerved Sisera and then all his carriages as well as all his company well with the blade of the spear next to Barak, just so Sisera tumbled down from his carriage and escaped on his foot.

Judges 4:16- But Barak followed the carriages and the multitude to Harosheth of something like the Gentiles, and all Sisera’s army fell on the blade of the spear, so there wasn’t a man left.

Genesis 35:8- Deborah, Rebekah’s caregiver, had died peacefully outside Bethel under a tree. As a result, it was given the name Allon Bakuth.

Judges 5:31- “May all your foes die, God!” And may many of those who adore you be as strong as the sunlight once it peaks.” The nation was thereafter in harmony for half a century.

Exodus 15:20- So Miriam the visionary, Aaron’s sister, grabbed a timbrel with her palm, and then all the women accompanied her, timbrels in hand and dancing.

Judges 4:21- Jael, Heber’s wife, however, stealthily gathered up the tent pin as well as a mallet and walked to him as he remained deep sleeping and fatigued. He died after she pushed the nail into his skull and then into the ground.

Jude 1:4- For certain people whose denunciation was recorded about a long while ago have surreptitiously snuck in among them. They are immoral individuals who turn the Divine into freedom for sin and repudiate Jesus Christ, our one Master and Savior.

Exodus 15:1- Therefore, Moses and the children of Israel played this hymn to the Almighty, saying, “I shall chant to the Divine because He is exceedingly glorified; He has thrown the animal as well as its owner further into the ocean.”

Judges 4:20- Furthermore, he said this to her, “Wait at the tabernacle door, and it must be, whenever a male draws near to demand of thee, as well as ask, Is there even any gentleman here?” No, wilt thou respond.

Judges 4:22- And when Barak followed Sisera, Jael appeared in front of him and said, “Behold, and I will reveal for thou the person who then thou seekest.” Whenever he approached her pavilion, he found Sisera lifeless, with a spike on his forehead.

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Joel 2:28- And afterward, I shall empty my presence on all humanity, and your kids and grandkids will preach, your elderly men will experience dreams, and your young men will get to see images.

Nehemiah 6:14- My Father, consider Tobiah and Sanballat as per their acts, as well as the primarily focused Noadiah as well as the remaining of the scribes, who might have tormented me.

Isaiah 16:1- Send the sheep to the Lord of the country through Sela to the desert, to the summit of Zion’s daughter.

Proverbs 31:1-3- The utterances of King Lemuel, this same prophesy revealed to him by his mother. What’s the matter, my son? And who is he, the offspring of my embryo? And what about you, my promises’ son? Deliver not thy dominion to women, or thy paths to something which destroyed empires.

Proverbs 31:4-6- That’s not for monarchs to enjoy a drink, O Lemuel, nor for rulers to drink a glass of whiskey: lest they sip and lose the rule, and corrupt the discernment of all the oppressed. Give greater liquor to someone who is about to expire and wine to those who are downcast.

Proverbs 31:7-9- Let him consume alcohol, dismiss his misery, and ignore his agony. Open the tongue for the deaf for the sake of others who are condemned to suffer. Open the tongue, deliver just judgment, and advocate the issue of both the indigent and helpless.

Proverbs 31:10-12- Who can locate a good woman? Her value is significantly more than that of precious stones. Her husband’s heart is secure in her, and he will not need to be spoiled. She would do him nice rather than bad for the longest time possible.

Proverbs 31:13-14- She seeks wool and flax and works diligently with her fingers. She is like a cargo vessel, bringing her supplies from afar.

Proverbs 31:15-17- She likewise riseth when it is already dark and serves dinner to her household, as well as a part to her maidens. She evaluates a field and acquires it; she grows a vineyard only with the benefits of her effort. She tightens her arms and girds her sinews with fortitude.

Proverbs 31:18-19- Her lamp does not go out at midnight, so she knows her stuff is genuine. She fastens the wheel and the fairy godmother at her fingertips.

Proverbs 31:20-21- She extends forth her arm to the destitute; she extends her arms to the helpless. She is not terrified of the cold because her complete community is dressed in crimson.

Proverbs 31:22-24- She makes tapestry drapes for herself, and her apparel is satin and lavender. Her spouse is well-known in the portals, where he sits among the village’s seniors. She makes exquisite linen and sells it, as well as straps for the dealer.

Proverbs 31:25-26- Power and dignity are her garments, and she will exult in the future. She raises her voice with knowledge, and the commandment of compassion is on her lips.

Proverbs 31:27-29- She keeps a close eye on her household’s activities and refuses to consume the food of sloth. Her children publicly call her blessed, as does her spouse, who adores her. Many girls have done admirably, but you transcend them altogether.

Proverbs 31:30-31- Kindness and attractiveness are deceiving, but a woman who acknowledges God will be honored. Give them the fruits of her effort, and then let her natural deeds laud her throughout the borders.

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