Löydetty 564 Tulokset: heard

  • For what creature of flesh could possibly live after hearing, as we have heard, the voice of the living God speaking from the heart of the fire? (Deuteronomy 5, 26)

  • 'Yahweh heard what you were saying to me, and he then said to me, "I have heard what these people are saying. Everything they have said is well said. (Deuteronomy 5, 28)

  • A people great and tall, these Anakim, as you know; you have heard the saying: Who can stand up to the sons of Anak? (Deuteronomy 9, 2)

  • For I was afraid of this anger, of the fury which so roused Yahweh against you that he was ready to destroy you. And, once again, Yahweh heard my prayer. (Deuteronomy 9, 19)

  • 'And, as before, I stayed on the mountain for forty days and forty nights. And again Yahweh heard my prayer and agreed not to destroy you. (Deuteronomy 10, 10)

  • But we called on Yahweh, God of our ancestors. Yahweh heard our voice and saw our misery, our toil and our oppression; (Deuteronomy 26, 7)

  • for we have heard how Yahweh dried up the Sea of Reeds before you when you came out of Egypt and what you did to the two Amorite kings across the Jordan, Sihon and Og, whom you put under the curse of destruction. (Joshua 2, 10)

  • When we heard this, our hearts failed us, and now no one has any courage left to resist you, since Yahweh your God is God both in heaven above and on earth beneath. (Joshua 2, 11)

  • When all the kings of the Amorites living to westward across the Jordan, and all the kings of the Canaanites living on the seaboard, heard that Yahweh had dried up the waters of the Jordan before the Israelites until they had crossed, their hearts failed and they lost all courage to resist the Israelites. (Joshua 5, 1)

  • Joshua had given the people the following orders, 'Do not raise a war cry, do not let your voice be heard (not a word must pass your lips), until the day when I say, "Raise the war cry." That is when you must raise the war cry.' (Joshua 6, 10)

  • The people raised the war cry, the trumpets sounded. When the people heard the sound of the trumpet, they raised a mighty war cry and the wall collapsed then and there. At once the people stormed the city, each man going straight forward; and they captured the city. (Joshua 6, 20)

  • They said, 'Your servants have come from a country very far away, because of the fame of Yahweh your God; for we have heard of him and of all that he did in Egypt, (Joshua 9, 9)


“Tenhamos sempre horror ao pecado mortal e nunca deixemos de caminhar na estrada da santa eternidade.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina