Löydetty 35 Tulokset: Nineveh

  • From that land he went forth to Asshur, where he built Nineveh, Rehoboth-Ir, and Calah, (Genesis 10, 11)

  • as well as Resen, between Nineveh and Calah, the latter being the principal city. (Genesis 10, 12)

  • So Sennacherib, the king of Assyria, broke camp, and went back home to Nineveh. (2 Kings 19, 36)

  • I, Tobit, have walked all the days of my life on the paths of truth and righteousness. I performed many charitable works for my kinsmen and my people who had been deported with me to Nineveh, in Assyria. (Tobit 1, 3)

  • Now, after I had been deported to Nineveh, all my brothers and relatives ate the food of heathens, (Tobit 1, 10)

  • I would give my bread to the hungry and my clothing to the naked. If I saw one of my people who had died and been thrown outside the walls of Nineveh, I would bury him. (Tobit 1, 17)

  • But a certain citizen of Nineveh informed the king that it was I who buried the dead. When I found out that the king knew all about me and wanted to put me to death, I went into hiding; then in my fear I took to flight. (Tobit 1, 19)

  • Then Ahiqar interceded on my behalf, and I was able to return to Nineveh. For under Sennacherib, king of Assyria, Ahiqar had been chief cupbearer, keeper of the seal, administrator, and treasurer; and Esarhaddon reappointed him. He was a close relative-in fact, my nephew. (Tobit 1, 22)

  • The table was set for me, and when many different dishes were placed before me, I said to my son Tobiah: "My son, go out and try to find a poor man from among our kinsmen exiled here in Nineveh. If he is a sincere worshiper of God, bring him back with you, so that he can share this meal with me. Indeed, son, I shall wait for you to come back." (Tobit 2, 2)

  • So Edna asked them, "Who are you, brothers?" They answered, "We are of the exiles from Naphtali at Nineveh." (Tobit 7, 3)

  • Then they left and began their return journey. When they were near Kaserin, just before Nineveh, (Tobit 11, 1)

  • Because it was he who scourged me, and it is he who has had mercy on me. Behold, I now see my son Tobiah!" Then Tobit went back in, rejoicing and praising God with full voice. Tobiah told his father that his journey had been a success; that he had brought back the money; and that he had married Raguel's daughter Sarah, who would arrive shortly, for she was approaching the gate of Nineveh. ' (Tobit 11, 15)

“Desapegue-se daquilo que não é de Deus e não leva a Deus”. São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina