Löydetty 275 Tulokset: Child

  • She gave birth to a second child, Abel, the brother of Cain. Now Abel became a shepherd and kept flocks, while Cain tilled the soil. (Genesis 4, 2)

  • Sarai was barren, having no child. (Genesis 11, 30)

  • Abram's wife Sarai had borne him no child, but she had an Egyptian slave-girl called Hagar. (Genesis 16, 1)

  • Abraham bowed to the ground, and he laughed, thinking to himself, 'Is a child to be born to a man one hundred years old, and will Sarah have a child at the age of ninety?' (Genesis 17, 17)

  • But Yahweh asked Abraham, 'Why did Sarah laugh and say, "Am I really going to have a child now that I am old?" (Genesis 18, 13)

  • The child grew and was weaned, and Abraham gave a great banquet on the day Isaac was weaned. (Genesis 21, 8)

  • This greatly distressed Abraham, because the slave-girl's child too was his son, (Genesis 21, 11)

  • But the slave-girl's son I shall also make into a great nation, for he too is your child.' (Genesis 21, 13)

  • Early next morning, Abraham took some bread and a skin of water and, giving them to Hagar, put the child on her shoulder and sent her away. She wandered off into the desert of Beersheba. (Genesis 21, 14)

  • When the skin of water was finished she abandoned the child under a bush. (Genesis 21, 15)

  • Then she went and sat down at a distance, about a bowshot away, thinking, 'I cannot bear to see the child die.' Sitting at a distance, she began to sob. (Genesis 21, 16)

  • She conceived and gave birth to a son and, seeing what a fine child he was, she kept him hidden for three months. (Exodus 2, 2)

“O temor e a confiança devem dar as mãos e proceder como irmãos. Se nos damos conta de que temos muito temor devemos recorrer à confiança. Se confiamos excessivamente devemos ter um pouco de temor”. São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina