Löydetty 702 Tulokset: called

  • And Jacob came to Socoth: where having built a house, and pitched tents, he called the name of the place Socoth, that is, Tents. (Genesis 33, 17)

  • And Jacob having called together all his household, said: Cast away the strange gods that are among you, and be cleansed and change your garments. (Genesis 35, 2)

  • And he built there an altar, and called the name of that place, The house of God: for there God appeared to him when he fled from his brother. (Genesis 35, 7)

  • At the same time Debora the nurse of Rebecca died, and was buried at the foot of Bethel under an oak: and the name of that place was called, The oak of weeping. (Genesis 35, 8)

  • Saying: Thou shalt not be called any more Jacob, but Israel shall be thy name. And he called him Israel. (Genesis 35, 10)

  • And when her soul was departing for pain, and death was now at hand, she called the name of her son Benoni, that is, The son of my pain: but his father called him Benjamin, that is, The son of the right hand. (Genesis 35, 18)

  • This man also being dead, Adar reigned in his place, and the name of his city was Phau: and his wife was called Meetabel, the daughter of Matred, daughter of Mezaab. (Genesis 36, 39)

  • And he saw there the daughter of a man of Chanaan, called Sue: and taking her to wife, he went in unto her. (Genesis 38, 2)

  • And she conceived, and bore a son, and called his name Her. (Genesis 38, 3)

  • And conceiving again, she bore a son, and called him Onan. (Genesis 38, 4)

  • She bore also a third: whom she called Sela. after whose birth, she ceased to bear any more. (Genesis 38, 5)

  • But he drawing back his hand, the other came forth: and the woman said: Why is the partition divided for thee? and therefore called his name Phares. (Genesis 38, 29)


“Você deve ter sempre prudência e amor. A prudência tem olhos; o amor tem pernas. O amor, como tem pernas, gostaria de correr a Deus. Mas seu impulso de deslanchar na direção dEle é cego e, algumas vezes, pode tropeçar se não for guiado pela prudência, que tem olhos.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina