Löydetty 702 Tulokset: called

  • And they called her, and when she was come, they asked: Wilt thou go with this man? She said: I will go. (Genesis 24, 58)

  • At the same time Isaac was walking along the way to the well which is called Of the living and the seeing: for he dwelt in the south country. (Genesis 24, 62)

  • He that came forth first was red, and hairy like a skin: and his name was called Esau. Immediately the other coming forth, held his brother's foot in his hand, and therefore he was called Jacob. (Genesis 25, 25)

  • Said: Give me of this red pottage, for I am exceeding faint. For which reason his name was called Edom. (Genesis 25, 30)

  • And he digged again other wells, which the servants of his father Abraham had digged, and which, after his death, the Palestines had of old stopped up: and he called them by the same names by which his father before had called them. (Genesis 26, 18)

  • But there also the herdsmen of Gerara strove against the herdsmen of Isaac, saying: It is our water. Wherefore he called the name of the well, on occasion of that which had happened, Calumny. (Genesis 26, 20)

  • And they digged also another; and for that they quarreled likewise, and he called the name of it, Enmity. (Genesis 26, 21)

  • Going forward from thence, he digged another well, for which they contended not: therefore he called the name thereof, Latitude, saying: Now hath the Lord given us room, and made us to increase upon the earth. (Genesis 26, 22)

  • And he built there an altar: and called upon the name of the Lord, and pitched his tent: and commanded his servants to dig a well. (Genesis 26, 25)

  • Whereupon he called it Abundance: and the name of the city was called Bersabee, even to this day. (Genesis 26, 33)

  • Now Isaac was old, and his eyes were dim, and he could not see: and he called Esau, his elder son, and said to him: My son? And he answered: Here I am. (Genesis 27, 1)

  • But he said again: Rightly is his name called Jacob; for he hath supplanted me lo this second time: my first birthright he took away before, and now this second time he hath stolen away my blessing. And again he said to his father: Hast thou not reserved me also a blessing? (Genesis 27, 36)


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