Gefunden 62 Ergebnisse für: respect

  • If he fails her in respect of these three rights she is to go free without any payment of money. (Exodus 21, 11)

  • Do not have intercourse with your father's wife: Respect your father. (Leviticus 18, 8)

  • Cursed be he who does not respect the rights of the foreigner, the orphan and the widow! All the people shall respond: Amen! (Deuteronomy 27, 19)

  • Then all the nations of the earth shall see that you are under the protection of Yahweh and they will respect you. (Deuteronomy 28, 10)

  • a nation whose language you do not understand, a cruel nation that does not show respect to the old or compassion to the young. (Deuteronomy 28, 50)

  • and respect the life of my father, mother, brothers and sisters, and all that belong to them." (Joshua 2, 13)

  • The king stood by the pillar; he made a covenant in the presence of Yahweh, promising to follow him, to keep his commandments and laws, and to respect his ordinances. He promised to keep this covenant according to what was written in the book with all his heart and with all his soul. And all the people promised with him. (2 Kings 23, 3)

  • Let us make a covenant with our God, and send these women away with their children according to the statement of my lord and all of us who respect the commandment of our God. (Ezra 10, 3)

  • that I have not defiled my name, nor my father's name in the country of my captivity. I am my father's only daughter. He has no other son or daughter who can inherit from him, neither has he a close relative who can be given to me as a husband. So, after my seven husbands are dead, I have no one to live for. If it does not seem good to you, O Lord, that I should die, command that people will respect me and have pity on me and that I may hear no more insults." (Tobit 3, 15)

  • enjoining them to observe these days of Purim at the designated time, as Mordecai the Jew and Queen Esther had decreed and just as the Jews had prescribed for themselves and their descendants, with respect to their duty of fasting and lamentation. (Esther 9, 31)

  • But he preferred to make a noble decision worthy of his age, of his noble years, of his shining white hair, and of the irreproachable life he had led from childhood. Above all, showing respect for the holy laws established by God, he answered that he would rather be sent to the place of the dead. And he added, (2 Maccabees 6, 23)

  • When he was almost at the point of death, he said groaning, "The Holy Lord, who sees all, knows that though I could have saved myself from death, I now endure terrible sufferings in my body. But in my soul, I suffer gladly because of the respect I have for him." (2 Maccabees 6, 30)


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