Löydetty 1319 Tulokset: sons

  • Their sons have strayed far from her way. (Baruch 3, 21)

  • the sons of Hagar, who seek for understanding on the earth, the merchants of Merran and Teman, the story-tellers and the seekers for understanding, have not learned the way to wisdom, nor given thought to her paths. (Baruch 3, 23)

  • for I have seen the captivity of my sons and daughters, which the Everlasting brought upon them. (Baruch 4, 10)

  • Let the neighbors of Zion come; remember the capture of my sons and daughters, which the Everlasting brought upon them. (Baruch 4, 14)

  • They led away the widow's beloved sons, and bereaved the lonely woman of her daughters. (Baruch 4, 16)

  • My tender sons have traveled rough roads; they were taken away like a flock carried off by the enemy. (Baruch 4, 26)

  • Wretched will be the cities which your children served as slaves; wretched will be the city which received your sons. (Baruch 4, 32)

  • Behold, your sons are coming, whom you sent away; they are coming, gathered from east and west, at the word of the Holy One, rejoicing in the glory of God. (Baruch 4, 37)

  • Therefore fathers shall eat their sons in the midst of you, and sons shall eat their fathers; and I will execute judgments on you, and any of you who survive I will scatter to all the winds. (Ezekiel 5, 10)

  • even if these three men were in it, as I live, says the Lord GOD, they would deliver neither sons nor daughters; they alone would be delivered, but the land would be desolate. (Ezekiel 14, 16)

  • though these three men were in it, as I live, says the Lord GOD, they would deliver neither sons nor daughters, but they alone would be delivered. (Ezekiel 14, 18)

  • Yet, if there should be left in it any survivors to lead out sons and daughters, when they come forth to you, and you see their ways and their doings, you will be consoled for the evil that I have brought upon Jerusalem, for all that I have brought upon it. (Ezekiel 14, 22)


“O amor e o temor devem sempre andar juntos. O temor sem amor torna-se covardia. São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina