Löydetty 394 Tulokset: Water

  • The man from whom the seed of copulation goeth out, shall wash all his body with water: and he shall be unclean until the evening. (Leviticus 15, 16)

  • The garment or skin that he weareth, he shall wash with water, and it shall be unclean until the evening. (Leviticus 15, 17)

  • The woman, with whom he copulateth, shall be washed with water, and shall be unclean until the evening. (Leviticus 15, 18)

  • He that toucheth her bed shall wash his clothes: and being himself washed with water, shall be unclean until the evening. (Leviticus 15, 22)

  • Whosoever shall touch any vessel on which she sitteth, shall wash his clothes: and himself being washed with water, shall be defiled until the evening. (Leviticus 15, 23)

  • Whosoever toucheth them shall wash his clothes: and himself being washed with water, shall be unclean until the evening. (Leviticus 15, 27)

  • But he that hath let go the emissary goat, shall wash his clothes, and his body with water, and so shall enter into the camp. (Leviticus 16, 26)

  • And whosoever burneth them shall wash his clothes, and flesh with water, and so shall enter into the camp. (Leviticus 16, 28)

  • The soul that eateth that which died of itself, or has been caught by a beast, whether he be one of your own country or a stranger, shall wash his clothes and himself with water, and shall be defiled until the evening: and in this manner he shall be made clean. (Leviticus 17, 15)

  • Shall be unclean until the evening, and shall not eat those things that are sanctified: but when he hath washed his flesh with water, (Leviticus 22, 6)

  • And he shall take holy water in an earthen vessel, and he shall cast a little earth of the pavement of the tabernacle into it. (Numbers 5, 17)

  • According to this rite: Let them be sprinkled with the water of purification, and let them shave all the hairs of their flesh. And when they shall have washed their garments, and are cleansed, (Numbers 8, 7)


“Não se desencoraje, pois, se na alma existe o contínuo esforço de melhorar, no final o Senhor a premia fazendo nela florir, de repente, todas as virtudes como num jardim florido.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina